Dropper posts are rigid by design. The advantage of a 27.2 carbon post is that it has flex built in to provide compliance. By adding a rigid dropper post, you remove that compliance. With ActiveRide, we can keep a rigid post at full top-out but give the rider compliance in any of the settings below full top-out, providing the best of both worlds.
Articles in this section
- Why have you deliberately introduced ‘squish’ into the Reverb AXS XPLR?
- Why doesn't RockShox Reverb AXS XPLR have Vent Valve?
- Is the Reverb AXS XPLR seatpost compatible with seatbags?
- What saddle rails are compatible with the Reverb AXS XPLR?
- What sizes are available for RockShox Reverb AXS?
- How do I know if my RockShox Reverb AXS battery is low?
- Why should I connect my RockShox Reverb AXS to the AXS app?
- Is the RockShox Reverb AXS waterproof?
- How does Vent Valve work?