Save energy climbing, let freeride reign.
Introducing SwitchGrade, patent-pending independent saddle angle adjuster for on-the-fly seat position control. Tilt your saddle down to climb with more power, efficiency, and comfort. Then tilt back to get rowdy on descents!
Change effective seat tube angle
Adjust fore/aft position on demand
>40mm additional vertical movement
3 locked positions
Compatible with a wide range of market-leading seatposts
LEVEL THE CLIMBS
Tilt the saddle nose down to create a level platform to counter steep grades and offset ever-slackening seat tube angles caused by suspension sag.
Instantly improve traction, keep the front wheel weighted, and spin up in comfort.
Pivot the saddle nose up like pro downhillers and enduro racers for added control and more room to maneuver your bike underneath you.
Steer with added precision through berms, in the air, and down gnarly lines.
ROLL WITH IT
Keep the saddle level for rolling terrain and be ready for anything. Say goodbye to numbness and pain.
Change saddle tilt on-the-fly: up for the steeps, down for the climbs, level for good times.
"After spending a few long days in the saddle with SwitchGrade installed, I can definitely say that the benefits are noticeable. From a biomechanics perspective, the forward tilted position definitely creates a more anteriorly rotated pelvis in the seated position. That's anatomy speak for better lower back posture, and better power transfer during seated, steep climbs. From a shredding perspective, the rearward tilt gives you a noticeably increased standover height over your dropped saddle for full send, downhill procedures. I can't wait to get more time on the bike with SwitchGrade aboard."
- Dr. Josh Harris DPT, Dip Osteopractic, MTBer
“I’ve been riding the SwitchGrade for couple weeks now, and I simply love it. Having the ability to get a proper seat positions for climbing and descending is a game changer, it’s a product I’ll use all the time on all my bikes 🤘”
- Yoann Barelli, Professional Freerider, Barelli Concepts and Into the Gnar Progression Team