PSA – Reverb @ CRC £130
100mm and 125mm drops.
using code SAVE15Posted 5 years ago
Indeed mate, even in the Alps, just move off the back of seat, it was fine. On the spearfish at trailcentre, didn’t feel the need… but maybe i’m missing something….
I know it’s going slightly off topic kinda lol. But i’m torn between fitting a dropper for that benefit, or a carbon seatpost for the weight loss (just bought carbon bars.)Posted 5 years agoDT78Member
When you get one you’ll find you use it loads. Sections of trail like Afan’s skyline descent, has lots of up / along bits in it where you want to pedal with saddle at the right height, then some techy bits like the rock steps where you really don’t want your saddle at full height and in the way. I find I use it a lot.
And if you are worried about weight – buy 2 posts and swap between them depending on the riding you are doing. That’s what I did for my anthem.
Trail centre = reverb, race = ibeamPosted 5 years ago
Bleed kits are £15 from Ebay (Epic Bleed Solutions). Thats a Reverb and 2 boxes of Gu Gels for me for £163 using Quidco and the Save 40 code. Awesome. This one will go on the Fritzz, and the KS950 off that will go on the classifieds on here.
In case anyone is in doubt, the Reverbs are bloody great IMHO – i already have one on my Fuel Ex and thinks its fantastic.Posted 5 years ago
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