PNW Components

  • The Good:

    Goes up quick but not catastrophically quick // Works consistently, even in the cold // External routing on a 150mm post // Price

    The Bad:

    Finish could be better // Remote feels a little cheap

    Overall Review: I got this post recently to replace a 100mm KS Lev on my trail bike. Such a difference! The KS was pretty slow, even on perfect days, but the PNW has been very consistent regardless of temperature. Speedwise, it's probably just a touch slower than a well bled Reverb, but that works for me being ...

    Posted by cmmahnke on 12/24/2018 7:47 AM

  • The Good:

    Price, weight, design, ease of maintenance

    The Bad:

    Trigger shifter is a bit loose

    Overall Review: PNW Component Bachelor 150 Features · Material: 7075Heat Treated Alloy · Infinite Travel Adjust · Travel: 150mm or 170mm · Diameter: 30.9 or 31.6mm  · Weight: 565g (w/o trigger and lines: mfg) · Post length: 458mm · 2-bolt micro adjust head w/ zero offset · Trigger styl...

    Posted by Carraig042 on 2/27/2018 5:38 AM

  • Over the past years we have improved nearly every part of our bikes, yet the dropper post seems to be the one component that still never works quite right. There is often a lot of play in the nose of the saddle or it starts to sag after a few rides, or maybe you would just rather ride your bike ...

    Posted by AceHouston on 9/14/2017 1:35 AM