Rock Shox Reverb and Reverb Stealth Updates – Form Follows Function

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Updates Increase Versatility of RockShox Reverb Adjustable Height Seatpost: New 34.9MM – Diameter Reverb and 150mm-travel Reverb Stealth

The industry leading RockShox Reverb has set the bar for adjustable height seat posts, becoming the poster child for all dropper posts on the market.

REVERB: NEW 34.9MM-DIAMETER MODEL
With its best in class hydraulically actuated remote lever, Reverb is now offered in a 34.9mm clamp option to accommodate more frame sizes.

REVERB STEALTH: NEW 150MM-TRAVEL MODEL
The clever and clean Reverb Stealth, which routes the hose internally through the frame by featuring a hose exit point from the bottom of the post, will offer an all-new 150mm travel version – in addition to a 34.9mm option. Please note: standard model Reverb available in 100 and 125mm travel models only.

MATCHMAKER X: ABILITY TO INTEGRATE REMOTE LEVER
The Reverb remote can be mounted on the handlebar as a stand-alone piece using the MatchMaker X (MMX) spacer or in line with SRAM shifters and Avid brakes by removing the spacer.

ENDURO COLLAR: ULTIMATE ADJUSTMENT
To fine-tune your ride, the Enduro Collar is a simple bolt-on accessory that provides an adjustable bottom-out point, allowing users to tune in as much, or as little, travel as they want – compatible with all Reverb models.

PRICING
Reverb: $370 (USD)
Reverb Stealth: $415 (USD)
Enduro Collar: $20 (USD)

AVAILABILITY
May 2012: Reverb Stealth – 125mm (travel); 30.9, 31.6mm (diameter); 355, 380, 420mm (length)
September 2012: Reverb Stealth – 150mm (travel); 30.9, 31.6mm (diameter); 430mm (length)
September 2012: Reverb – 100, 125mm (travel); 34.9mm (diameter)
February 2013: Reverb Stealth – 150mm (travel); 34.9mm (diameter); 430mm (length)

source: Tyler Morland, SRAM

About the author: Gregg Kato

Gregg Kato studied journalism and broadcasting in college while working many different jobs including deejaying, driving a forklift and building web sites (not all at the same time). Kato has been the Site Manager of Mtbr.com for over 14 years and enjoys riding local Santa Cruz trails. Besides being an avid mountain biker, he is also a motorcycle fanatic. Two wheels, one Passion.


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