RockShox Reverb AXS XPLR Dropper Seatpost (Black) (A1) (Wireless) (27.2mm) (350mm) (50mm)

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RockShox Reverb AXS XPLR Dropper Seatpost (Black) (A1) (Wireless) (27.2mm) (350mm) (50mm)
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Price: $633.00

Diameter | Length | Travel:

  • 27.2mm | 350mm | 50mm
  • 27.2mm | 400mm | 50mm
  • 27.2mm | 400mm | 75mm

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RockShox Reverb AXS XPLR Dropper Post Description:

The RockShox Reverb AXS XPLR dropper post delivers more control, confidence, and fun on gravel roads everywhere. Getting the saddle out of the way means more room to move, saving you from awkward maneuvering and sketchy descents. Its design is complete with lightweight air-only internals featuring built-in compliance called ActiveRide™. It’s like travel for your saddle. Enabled by SRAM AXS technology, Reverb AXS XPLR is part of the ultimate personalized cockpit.

Features:

  • 27.2mm Reverb AXS XPLR delivers more control, confidence, and fun for gravel & adventure riding
  • ActiveRide- Air only internals provides a fully rigid top-out position
  • AXS Technology allows rider customization via the AXS Mobile App
  • Shared battery with all other SRAM AXS enabled components
  • System is completely waterproof and dustproof to IP69K - take it anywhere
  • SRAM AXS battery and charger included

 

Specification Table

Routing: Wireless
Lever (Remote): -
Cable Length: -
Travel Adjustment: Infinite
Color: Black
Weight: 588g (27.2mm | 50mm Travel)
593g (27.2mm | 75mm Travel)

This product was added to our catalog on April 22, 2022

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Thursday, Jun 9 2022 (4 months ago)
RockShox Reverb AXS XPLR Dropper Seatpost (Black) (A1) (Wireless) (27.2mm) (400mm) (75mm)
I purchased the RockShox Reverb mtb dropper roughly 9 months ago to replace a Bontrager cable actuated dropper. It’s awesome. I’ve found that engaging the AXS post is so effortless that I use the dropper more frequently. When I purchased my new gravel bike and decided that I wanted a dropper, the choice was obvious: the AXS XPLR. It took longer to verify all measurements than it took to physically install the post and sync to the AXS XPLR group set. Both posts work great and I would buy again if building out a new mountain/gravel bike.