Dropper Posts

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KS Eten Remote Seatpost
$116.10
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MSRP $129.00
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KS Eten-I Integra Seatpost
$135.00
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MSRP $150.00
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KS Eten Lever Seatpost
$98.10
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Wolf Tooth Dropper Post Remote
From $56.95
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KS Southpaw Hinged Underbar Remote
$31.50
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KS Lev Integra Seatpost
From $296.10
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MSRP $339.00
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SDG Tellis Dropper Seatpost
$249.99
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MSRP $270.00
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KS Lev Si Seatpost
From $242.10
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MSRP $269.00
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KS Cable and Housing
From $7.99
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KS Dropzone Seatpost
$206.10
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MSRP $275.00
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KS Exaform Suspension/Dropper Seatpost
$89.99
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MSRP $115.00
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Crankbrothers Highline Dropper Post
$315.00
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MSRP $350.00
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KS Lev 27.2mm Seatpost
$359.10
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MSRP $399.00
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Dropper Seatpost Remotes

Whether replacing a busted lever or looking for a smoother-operating upgrade, JensonUSA carries a wide variety of dropper seatpost remotes from companies like RockShox, Wolf Tooth, Race Face, Fox, Bike Yoke, and many others.

All dropper seatpost remotes are designed to perform the same basic task. Depress the remote’s lever and you activate your dropper post to either raise or lower your saddle on the fly. But not all dropper seatpost remotes are created equal. Some have excessive play, are made from cheap or bulky material, have uncomfortable ergonomics, require excessive force to engage, or just don’t function particularly well.

That’s why a new dropper seatpost remote can be such a great (and affordable) upgrade for your mountain bike. The best ones are easy to set-up, have a smooth actuation action, include position adjustment functionality, and have a lever that is easy to reach and depress without having to un-grip your handlebars.

Important considerations when searching dropper seatpost remotes include making sure it’s compatible with your current dropper post. This is typically indicated by the name, but make sure to double check, paying particular attention to whether you are running a hydraulic or cable-actuated system.

Mounting type is another key factor when it comes to dropper seatpost remotes. This typically includes SRAM MatchMaker (which interfaces cleanly with SRAM shifter and brake levers), Shimano I-Spec and I-Spec-II, and standard bar clamp, which attaches directly to your handlebars. You may also have the choice between standard and light action, which comes down to personal preference.

Finally there’s the question of which side of your bars the dropper seatpost remote will mount. Due to the ever increasing popularity of 1x drivetrains (where you only have a shift lever on the right side of your bars), most dropper seatpost remotes mount on the underside of the left side of your handlebars. But if for instance you’re running a 2x drivetrain with shift levers on either side of your bars, you’ll likely need a remote that mounts on the upper right side. If you have any questions about dropper seatpost remotes, give one of our Gear Advisors a call at 888-880-3811.

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