The magic buttons

A dropper post isn't much without a lever. We stock everything from the premium Loam Lever, to simple options like the Puget 2x that accommodates riders with a front derailleur shifter or left handed e-bike controls.


PUGET MTB LEVER

The Puget comes in 1x and 2x options designed to work seamlessly with all of our droppers and whatever cockpit configuration you're rocking.


LOAM LEVER

It's been called the yoga mat for your thumb, but it goes beyond just comfort by delivering silky smooth dropper post actuation in an extremely grime and weatherproof package.


DROP BAR LEVER

Trying to get weird on skinny tires? We got your back with our drop bar lever. Designed to clamp in the drops of your bars this lever helps make descents and dismounts on your gravel and city adventures a breeze.

How Does Travel Adjust work?

Our travel adjust system allows for a total of 30mm travel reduction in 5mm increments. If you were riding that line between travel sizes you can now fine-tune the perfect fit by following the easy directions below:

  1. Begin by lowering your dropper at or below the desired travel length (just make sure it’s not fully extended!)
  2. Unthread the midcap with your hand and slide it up to reveal the white DU Bushing.
  3. You’ll see negative numbers with corresponding notches machined into the post (each # represents decreasing travel.
  4. Slide the DU bushing up and rotate it to align the black arrow with the amount of travel you would like to reduce, then seat the arrow into the machined groove. (Make sure it’s fit securely into these notches!)
  5. After pushing the DU Bushing back down, lower the midcap and hand tighten (no need to go overboard!) and ride off into the sunset with the perfect travel for you.

How Does Travel Adjust work?

Our travel adjust system allows for a total of 30mm travel reduction in 5mm increments. If you were riding that line between travel sizes you can now fine-tune the perfect fit by following the easy directions below:

  1. Begin by lowering your dropper at or below the desired travel length (just make sure it’s not fully extended!)
  2. Unthread the midcap with your hand and slide it up to reveal the white DU Bushing.
  3. You’ll see negative numbers with corresponding notches machined into the post (each # represents decreasing travel.
  4. Slide the DU bushing up and rotate it to align the black arrow with the amount of travel you would like to reduce, then seat the arrow into the machined groove. (Make sure it’s fit securely into these notches!)
  5. After pushing the DU Bushing back down, lower the midcap and hand tighten (no need to go overboard!) and ride off into the sunset with the perfect travel for you.