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TranzX Diversifies OEM Product Range

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BAD NAUHEIM, Germany – JD Components, manufacturer of TranzX branded bicycle components and electronic e-bike drive systems, expands its product range with a dropper post and antishock stem to the OEM market.

TranzX Diversifies OEM Product Range
TranzX diversifies product range with a dropper post and antishock stem. - Photo TranzX

The TranzX Dropper Post retracts by wireless command to optimize technical riding on the downhill bringing technical finesse and precision comfort to an already indispensable accessory for MTB sport.

Attractive price

According to TranzX it provides a one fluid motion, while riders enjoy uninterrupted momentum and flow without distraction and without dismounting, achieving maximum performance both in traction and movement. A state-of-the-art bike technology at an attractive price.

The dropper post comes in three versions at various comfort levels. The two hydraulic models, JD-YSP02 Basic, with exterior cabling, and JD-YSP03 ICR, with interior cable routing, offer infinite hydraulic seat adjustment via handlebar lever control. The top-of-the-line, 2.4 GHz wireless version JD-YSP06 operates via micro motor – smooth and cable-free with convenient handlebar control. The elegant seat post head designs of all three models facilitate secure and easy saddle mounting.

Antishock stem technology

Based on the newly patented, ergonomic construction of the traditional handlebar stem, the new antishock technology relies on the inclusion of an additional interior joint to achieve noticeably heightened riding comfort. A vertical absorption rate of plus one to minus two degrees diverts most vibration and shocks before they reach the cyclist.

Weighing merely 200 gram at a length of 100 mm, the invisibly integrated TranzX antishock technology maintains the clear integrity of the original bike design without compromise. The antishock handlebar stem will be available beginning April 2014 through the OEM clients Winora and Hartje.

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