We tested the Crankbrothers Highline 7 this winter. It’s proven to be a reliable dropper and comes with a 4-year warranty.
The X-Fusion Manic isn’t necessarily a mountain bike dropper post that stands out from the crowd, and in its case, that’s mostly a good thing.
If you want a dropper post for that “lightest” bike build, the 9Point8 Fall Line R is likely the one for the job.
Over tightening a seat post clamp can compress dropper post internals, causing permanent damage. Here are other ways to clamp the post in place without turning the screws too far.
PNW Components is now covering all of their current and future products with a lifetime warranty against manufacturing defects.
Suspension designers at X Fusion have been churning our MTB dampers since 1999, and we’re excited to have some of their newest hydraulic goods to test.
It’s not every day that a brand improves an already excellent product, and drops the price at the same time. But that’s exactly what PNW Components has done with the new Loam dropper post.
Crankbrothers has extended their Highline dropper offerings to better suit racey XC and gravel bikes, with a new internally routed 27.2mm diameter offering.
TranzX offers mountain bike dropper posts to fit almost every budget and rider, starting with the $99 Skyline we tested alongside the company’s Kitsuma Air post.
A shorter overall length means more travel for more riders. Plus, the remote lever is 34% lighter than the previous version.
We tried out two different adjustable travel dropper posts and compare the differences on the e*thirteen Vario Infinite and the third generation PNW Rainier.