The Highline is now available in 100, 125, and 160mm lengths. 160mm Crankbrothers Highline Last year, Crankbrothers launched a new dropper post. Based on previous history we were a bit apprehensive, but after a full season of abuse the post has been nothing but reliable. Our only complaint? It was only available as a 125mm.
Photo courtesy of Art’s Cyclery Editor’s Note: This article is courtesy of the team at Art’s Cyclery. The original post can be found here. Put a dropper post on your holiday wish list and the non-mountain bikers in your life are going to be thoroughly confused. In this case, you’ll need to take matters into
Gone are the days of one or two dropper posts monopolizing the entire market. While ebikes may have been the main trend on display at Eurobike 2016, after spending some time digging below the electrified surface I spotted five brand-new dropper posts on display—and three of them from brands that didn’t previous offer a dropper post. e*thirteen
Zzzzzitt, zzzzzitt (not thunk, thunk) is the sound of the new KS LEV Circuit electric and wireless dropper post. Depending on who you ask it may or may not represent the future of getting your saddle out of the way on rowdy descents. The reason for the qualifier is simply this: The trend in droppers