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Cascade Dropper Seatpost
Building on the momentum of the Rainier, PNW Components developed the new Cascade Dropper Seatpost to be lighter, shorter, with more travel, and have a fixed cable entry at the mid cap rather than the post head to keep things neat and tidy out on the trail. Then, with a light actuation, sealed alloy cartridge, and low-profile remote lever, the Cascade delivers tool-free saddle adjustment mid-pedal stroke to quickly adapt with changes in terrain, from cruising smooth singletrack to blasting through rock-strewn gravel and then taking on white-knuckle descents. Meanwhile, Spin-Stop technology uses a keyed slider system that allows the seatpost to freely move vertically without any side-to-side saddle wobble, and its ambidextrous lever integrates without a hitch on either side for easy access to dropper action when you need it most.
- Dropper post for moving from climbs to flats to descents
- Sealed alloy cartridge delivers smooth, light actuation
- Lever cleanly integrates on either side of the bars
- Spin-Stop eliminates side-to-side saddle motion
- Spring preload provides consistent dropper function
- Item #PNW000N
- Q & A
So far, so good
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
Purchased the externally routed Cascade dropper, 170 mm for 2 reasons. First reason, my bike does not have internal routing for a dropper (Spot Rocker). Second reason, I could slam the post and get the perfect height; measured multiple times to make sure it'd be right. Would have considered the OneUp dropper if I had internally routed so it could be the perfect height.
Regarding the under-bar thumb lever/remote, it's fine. Not the most refined, but works. I won't replace it unless I break it. Have a friend who has used the lever and thinks it sucks. I reckon it's how you position them. For $200, I seriously couldn't be happier at this point. Very smooth operation to date. So far, so good.
Can you show a photo of the remote?