RockShox Reverb Seatpost

Servicing & Information

Seatpost Servicing Packages

We offer a comprehensive service which is all carried out in house by our technicians. If you’re local, feel free to drop off your bike, We can carry out the post service and reinstall and bleed the remote system. If you’re further afield, we offer a postal service. This will require you to bleed the remote system after we send you back the serviced post.

Depending on the condition/age of your Reverb Dropper seat post, we offer a few different service options.

Reverb Remote Lever

Bleed

  • Bleeding the remote hose system with fresh reverb oil

*Only available in store

£15

Reverb Full Post

Service

  • Strip down, inspection & Clean.
  • Replacement of O-rings, bushings, Brass Keys, Oil, Circlip, IFP, seals, dust wipers as required.
  • Seat post tested for correct functionality
  • Condition Inspection report including photos, product information e.g. serial numbers, dimensions, other service information and comments for peace of mind.

  • Posted back out to you 1st class insured & tracked.

  • (24 / 48 hour postal courier service also available at checkout)

£75

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Seatpost Service Packages

Identifying Reverb Seatpost Model

FAQs

SRAM Service Manuals

SRAM Reverb YouTube Tutorials

RockShox Reverb FAQs

My Reverb seat post doesn't drop when I press the lever?
  • This is most likely due to the hydraulic hose system needing to be bled. There is not enough pressure in the system to activate the valve in the main seat post. We can only offer this service in store. This can be done at home if you have the correct tools. (click here for SRAM’s bleed & hose replacement guide which contains the tools required a how to guide)
  • Another reason my be due to insufficient air pressure in the post. (250psi is required for all Reverb models)
  • Finally check that the seat post clamp isn’t torqued to tight, this can cause added friction to the system.
I've adjusted the speed controller on the remote, but the post is still returning slow?
  • Again this likely means the hydraulic hose system needing to be bled, as there is not enough pressure in the system to fully activate the valve in the post.  We can only offer this service in store. This can be done at home if you have the correct tools. (click here for SRAM’s  bleed & hose replacement guide which contains the tools required a how to guide)
  • Another reason my be due to insufficient air pressure in the post. (250psi is required for all Reverb models)
  • Finally check that the seat post clamp isn’t torqued to tight, this can cause added friction to the system.
I've bled the remote lever system but the seat post is still spongey, which service package will i need?
  • This will require a full service and the replacement of certain seals. A spongey feel to the seat post means air has entered the hydraulic part of the post system. Rockshox Reverb dropper seat posts contain 2 separate hydraulic systems. One which is contained in the seat post, and one in the remote & hose, which activates the post.
My post has lateral (front to back and side to side play). Which service will I require?
  • This will require a new top cap assembly as part of the service. (Generally if this part has worn, then the rest of the seat post is due a full service) Click here to book and select ‘full service option B’

Identifying

Reverb Model

Rockshox Reverb Non-Stealth Model

The Non-Stealth Reverb Dropper Seatpost can be differentiated from the Stealth model from the location of its hose, attaching just under the saddle mount. The specific model of the Non-Stealth Reverb can be identified by the colour of the speed adjuster on the handlebar remote and the appearance of ‘RockShox’ (or lack of) on the upper post.

Model Identifiers

Rockshox Reverb Stealth Model

The Stealth Reverb Dropper Seatpost can be differentiated from the Non-Stealth model from the location of its hose, attaching at the very bottom of the post. The specific model of the Stealth Reverb can be identified by the colour of the speed adjuster on the handlebar remote, the remotes design/shape, appearance of ‘RockShox’ (or lack of) on the upper post and the appearance of red anodized parts (or lack of).

Model Identifiers

Reverb Seatpost

Service Manuals

2013-2018

Rockshox Reverb Non-Stealth A2/B1

Service Manual

2013-2018

Rockshox Reverb Stealth A2/B1

Service Manual

2013-2018

Rockshox Reverb Non-Stealth/Stealth

Hose Replacement/Remote Bleed Manual

Reverb Stealth/Non-Stealth Hose Replacement and Bleed

2013-2018

Rockshox Reverb Stealth C1

Service Manual

2013-2018

Rockshox Reverb AXS

Service Manual