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Why We Like The Transfer SL Performance Elite Dropper Seatpost
Steep gravel roads and big descents on the cross-country bike don't have to be so slow and scary anymore with the Transfer SL Performance Elite Dropper Seatpost. This XC and gravel-specific dropper breaks the mold by being both lightweight and light-bike-specific. Different from its non-SL cousin, the SL dropper only has two positions, up and down, in order to shed grams for our biggest races. Weight isn't sacrificed by buying the non-Kashima coat, so we can be confident it's not dragging us down on the climbs.
- Lightweight dropper for lightweight performance bikes
- Lightweight aluminum construction for fast riding
- Performance Elite series gets top-end treatment without Kashima price tag
- Variety of sizing and clamp diameter options for XC and gravel bikes
- 2-position dropper can only be used in 'up' and 'down' mode
- Does not come with lever
- Item #FRSC07P
- 30.9mm, 31.6mm
- [ 30.9x100mm], 380mm, [30.9x75mm] 355mm, [31.6x100mm] 380mm, [31.6x100mm XL] 430mm, [31.6x75mm] 355mm
- 100mm, 75mm
- Lever not included
- Manufacturer Warranty
- limited 1 year
- mountain bike, gravel, cross-country
What do you think about this product?
August 11, 2021
Impressively light. Be cautious.
- I've used it several times
- True to size
- 5` 9"
- 150 lbs
This thing is so light. I'm really impressed by what Fox has done with the Transfer SL and how well they've gotten the weight down on droppers. I replaced the tank of the normal dropper with this one on my dedicated cross-country rig and couldn't be happier. Installation of the cable is much easier than on a traditional Transfer as well. Actuation on this thing is harsh, so much so that it's kind of scary. The dropper can be lowered with a feather-light touch and raised with just a push of the button instead of a press. When the dropper returns, be sure to be aware of where your nether regions are.. Regardless of how tight your seat clamp is the dropper always returns with a loud 'bang' due to how aggressive and fast it goes back up. Also be sure not to sit down on the dropper too quickly, as it'll actually hurt with how little resistance the dropper gives on the way down. Overall, I really like it. It does take a few rides to get used to but it does the job and does it well.