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 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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