BikeYoke Divine SL Dropper Post
Calling all XC and marathon racers, the BikeYoke Divine SL Dropper Post is here and it is an incredible dropper post for those XC rigs. The internally routed dropper is currently the lightest production dropper post on the market and has a length of 400mm and 80mm infinite drop.
It has a brilliant "Tech-Climb" feature that when not in the top or bottom position, the post can slightly spring in the middle positions. This is awesome for filtering the impacts of roots and rocks. Once fully extended or fully dropped, the post is rigid again.
The Divine SL also allows you to cut the total length of the post down to 283mm if your frame and setup required.
There are two styles of remote options available:
Triggy X: Left side under bar remote with leverage adjust
2-by Remote: Left or right side "push-down"-style remote for 2-by or 3-by drivetrains
In The Box:
- 1x DIVINE SL Seatpost
- 1x Trigger-style remote with a selected option
- 1x Cable housing 1500mm
- 1x Inner wire 1700mm
- 2x Endcap
- Titanium saddle bolts
- Carbon and oval rail compatible forged clamping plates
- Tapered tubes
- Weight - 385g (30.9/400mm), 404g (31.6/400mm)
Ratings & Reviews
Game changing for XC
This piece of kit has been the biggest game changer of my mountain biking life! It has turned my XC dually race bike into a bike that now rails tight corners and steep decents much faster than ever imagined. In my opinion its the perfect compromise for a racer who wants to be able to tackle the ever increasing technicality of XC whilst maintaining a light, agile bike for the climbs. Obviously it is not a 150mm dropper suitable for all mountain or enduro bikes but 80mm drop is plenty enough to get the seat out of the way for terrain that you would expect to tackle on a 100mm travel bike (and maybe a bit more) and the weight penalty is so small when the post is trimmed. So far have spent four solid days riding in wet conditions in Derby TAS and the pist performed flawlessly. This product has impressed me so much I felt like I needed to write my first ever review!