Don't make the mistake of thinking the Rock Shox Reverb Stealth (B1) Dropper Seatpost has been sitting comfortably for all of these years, content to rely on its name and impressive legacy rather than change with the times. While you've been barreling through rock gardens and earning a few new scars on your old Reverb, RockShox has been quietly overhauling the Reverb Stealth's design. This year, it unleashes some serious changes like travel-specific post lengths and a wider range of squish options to bring it up to speed with the discipline-bending enduro monsters multiplying by the day on the trails. The expanded post lengths and travel options are good news for taller riders who find the range offered by traditional lengths to be slightly lacking on either end of the spectrum. RockShox didn't just adjust sizing for taller riders, though. Gleaming new internals stand at the ready inside the seatpost, complete with SKF internal seals keeping the grit out as well as rearranged bushings. The repositioned bushings mean that slacker seatposts won't interrupt travel anymore, and you'll experience a smooth glide, rather than a jump, every time you engage the remote. RockShox couldn't find room to improve the already impressive cable routing on the Reverb, and the clean design remains reassuringly unchanged for this model. Free of excess cables and complicated fitting, the Stealth's cable runs subtly through the internal seatpost routing space most modern frames are now built with, but a mechanic can adapt an older frame by carefully drilling a hole. Mount the hydraulic actuator on either side of the bars, and in exchange for a few regular bleedings, you'll enjoy supple actuation ride after ride.
- Material: [shaft] 3D forged 7050 aluminum, [head] forged 7050 aluminum
- Diameter: 30.9 mm, 31.6 mm, 34.9 mm
- Length: 340 mm, 390 mm, 440 mm, 480 mm
- Offset: 0 mm
- Travel: 100 mm, 125 mm, 150 mm, 170 mm