Ever-changing trail conditions require a lot of attention directed to the dirt, rocks, roots, and berms, leaving precious little for managing cockpit concerns lest you risk veering into a foolish line while fiddling with a bar-mounted doodad. Those are also the times when the Turbine Dropper Seatpost is most useful. Race Face now sells it without a remote, so you can choose whichever switch you're most comfortable with and eliminate one more cockpit distraction. Less time fumbling at an unfamiliar widget means more time paying attention to whatever rowdiness lies ahead. Taking inspiration from hydraulic droppers with the Turbine's mechanical design, Race Face equipped it with a solid two-bolt clamp and stealth internal routing to keep the lines of your frame looking clean. If you can't resist riding in cold early season temps, the Turbine won't be slowed down by a surprise snow shower or a chilly alpine breeze. The Turbine's solid aluminum construction equips it to handle plenty of on-trail shenanigans, so you can play with abandon on your local singletrack circuit without having to babysit delicate carbon widgets.
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