You've probably noticed when you're descending on a steep technical trail, it's difficult to turn or maneuver your bike properly with the seat rammed up your back side and your center of gravity all high and forward - can you say over the bars. More than likely you've also noticed it's impossible to pedal efficiently during a climb with your seat dropped. At the same time, you don't want to stop and adjust your seatpost height every time the trail switches from up to down and vise versa. Enter the Reverb. Its simple hydraulically-actuated control lets you raise and lower your seat instantly at the push of a button. And for the control freak in you — the Reverb allows you to set the height anywhere in the 125mm range, not just to a few presets like other dropper posts out there.
The Reverb is a great dropper post. Did you know it's uses hydraulic fluid with hoses similar to brake line rather than cable actuation? If you plan on bleeding it yourself you'll be needing some hydraulic fluid. Click here to go to Rock Shox Reverb Hydraulic Fluid in a 1 liter bottle.