The LEV family is the latest in drop seatpost innovation. The only hydraulically locked and air sprung post to feature zero cable movement and up to six inches of silky smooth travel. Couple that with Kind Shock's patented and unmatched one way roller bearing to ensure miles of play-free movement. Thrown in a micro adjustable head, ergonomic alloy remote and LEV is the ultimate dropper to let you keep rhythm on your ride.
Please Note: The LEV-DX Integra uses a cable that is routed internally (through your frame) to actuate the post. It will only work with bike frames that are compatible with internally routed dropper posts.
What good is a dropper post if you don't have the right saddle. We have close to 150 different saddles to choose from. Take a look. I'm sure you'll find something you like.
My expensive KS LEV failed to lock in position within a few months, and I am only a weekend rider. So I sent it back and it was fixed under warranty. Now if failed again, but it's out of warranty. The bike shop quoted $175 to fix it. Really?? Considering it's a $400 seatpost, it qualifies for the worst investment I've made for my bike.
I've had this seat post for a year and a few days, and once it's dialed in, it's been perfect. Just recently I've developed a pretty obnoxious creak when pedaling. swapping seat posts with my factory gets rid of the noise. Once I get rid of the creak, the seat post will go back to being virtually flawless.
I bought this post over a year ago after looking at many brands and reading many reviews. It has worked flawlessly for me since I installed it. I ride several times per week and probably actuate this post close to a hundred times per ride so, it gets used a lot. Install is a snap and and I really like the lock on grip remote. If you have basic mechanical abilities (and some tools) you can easily tear it down and rebuild it if you need to.