D.1 Ri – Dropper Seatpost

D.1 Ri – Dropper Seatpost

MRSP from 429,95€

· Internal cable routing

· Incl. cable casing, cable and operating lever for mounting on handlebars

· Adjustment range T100 approx. 100mm; T160 approx. 160mm

NOTE AVAILABILITY D.SERIES:

Until further notice, the by,schulz dropper seatposts are not yet available on the market. Due to the interruption of parts of the supply chain, as well as bottlenecks in production, it is currently not possible for us to manufacture the by,schulz D.1 and D.2 dropper seatposts.

Delivery time on request.

This product is currently out of stock and unavailable.

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Description

You like to master difficult descents and enjoy top control? With the dropper seat post D.1 Ri, which is also approved for e-bikes and e-mountainbikes, the rider can vary the saddle height depending on the riding situation, like the steepness of the descent. This makes riding downhill much safer! Conveniently mechanically controlled by a lever on the handlebar, this dropper post can be lowered steplessly. Inside this post, a gas pressure spring and a linear guidance work reliably against bumps and shocks. Lowering the seat post lowers the driver’s center of gravity at the same time. This benefits both city / trekking riders and mountain bikers, on the road or riding off-road. Made of robust aluminium, the D.1 Ri provides 100 mm travel on the T100 model or 160 mm on the T160 model – an advantage for demanding MTB routes where the saddle is lowered as far as possible for best control. The dropper post comes with a low-maintenance cable routing inside the frame.

Tech. Data

  • Material : Aluminium AL-6061-T6
  • Colour : Black anodized
  • Tube : ø 30.9 / 31.6 / 33.9 / 34.9mm
  • Adjustment range : T100 and T160
  • Weight : From approx. 670 g
  • Scope of delivery : D.1 Ri Dropper Seatpost incl. cable guide, cable, control lever for mounting on handlebar and operating instructions

Assembly Instructions