PNW Components Coast Suspension Dropper Seatpost

PNW Components Coast Suspension Dropper Seatpost
PNW Components Coast Suspension Dropper Seatpost
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Coast Suspension Dropper Seatpost by PNW Components
PNW brings us a dropper post fit for any bike with the Coast Suspension Dropper. It is the perfect match for your gravel bike, touring rig, or even commuter with 100 or 120mm of travel and 40mm of suspension. The suspension absorbs the small bumps we encounter on both gravel roads and pavement, allowing us to stay seated to pedal through the chop more efficiently. 100 - 120mm of travel allows us to get behind our saddle to lower our center of gravity for descending, as well as more comfortably wait for that light to turn green when riding in town.

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SKU: PNW0012
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