My bike dropper post with šŸ§SUSPENSION

  • USD $199.00 Dropper Post (including shipping from California)
  • CAD $128.00 Wolf Tooth handlebar lever
  • CAD $102.90 Installation including cables

The only thing that worried me about my new Trek Checkpoint ALR 4 backpacking rig is lack of suspension. It’s supposed to have some suspension in the carbon forkĀ ā€” but I still find it a lot stiffer than my old hard tail Ghost.

One way to add suspension is with a special saddle. Makes sense.

When I first heard about this unique product ā€” the PNW Coast Suspension Ext Dropper Post ā€” I started research in earnest.

Dropper posts allow riders to quickly lift and lower their saddle without the need to dismount and loosen the quick-release seat clamp.

The PNW Coast Suspension External Dropper Post is the first suspension dropper post, combining ride smoothing suspension and the benefits of a dropper into one seatpost.

The post comes with 100mm or 120mm of drop travel. It is perfect for XC mountain biking, gravel riding, bikepacking, commuting, and much more.

So far I’m LOVING the ability to quickly and easily raise and lower the saddle, even while riding. I now have 3 different handbag placements and multiple seat positions.

But I still don’t have as much suspension as I’d like.

Click PLAY or see how it works on YouTube.

Click PLAY or see a review on YouTube.

Here’s a review from someone who rides in my own style. Gravel. Bikepacking.

Click PLAY or watch it on YouTube.

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