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SWITCHGRADE™ A game-changing new bike component that lets you change your saddle angle on the fly so you can climb easier, get rowdy on descents, and cover distances in comfort.

Level saddle for climbing lets you sit upright with a straight back and proper lumbar alignment.


Reduce pressure on perineum to stop numbing and pain in nether regions.


Keep the front wheel weighted on climbs, combat suspension sag, and drive power to rear wheel.


Climb efficiently and reduce fatigue on arms, legs, and core muscles. Ride down with increased energy and vigor.


GMBN Tech Reviews the SwitchGrade

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Designed on the North Shore, precision machined in Whistler BC. Hand assembled. Tested on the rowdiest dirt on the planet.

Made in Canada, eh

Yes the one you've got now

Compatible with YOUR Dropper Post

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Yoann Barelli shares his thoughts on the SwitchGrade

The Experts weigh in...


“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, Proprietor, Into The Gnar Progression Team

“Tried it last night for first time! Amazing in climbing, flat, and descending mode!! So good!! Easy to Switch, solid, and good angles! I will need to use one of these forever now! Ha ha Well done sir!! Everyone should have these!!” - Brett Tippie, Professional Freerider, MTB Legend

"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, Osteopractic, MTBer, Owner, Somercycle Bike Shop

"When riding up a steep slope, a traditionally neutral saddle tilt will cause the pelvis to tilt posteriorly. This has a number of implications, both above and below the level of the hip. In addition to over-lengthening and stressing muscles of the lumbar spine, an aggressive posterior pelvic tilt alters the position of the hip joint relative to other structures in the body. This changes the leverage capabilities of the hip and surrounding muscles, particularly in regards to hip extension. Excessive posterior pelvic tilt also has a negative impact upon quadriceps muscle recruitment, and has the potential to affect the degree of terminal knee extension during pedal stroke. What this boils down to is both an uncomfortable and inefficient riding position. A negative saddle tilt, such as that provided by the SwitchGrade, helps mitigate this change in pelvic tilt during steep, seated climbing." - Dr. Adam Phaneuf, Professional Bike Fitter, Owner, Apex Chiropractic and Rehab

"As a coach who is always looking for ways to help riders feel more comfortable on the bike, I saw immediately how this could keep pressure off their sensitive under-bits for those long steep climbs. After riding on the Switchgrade I was surprised by how much I missed it when riding on my bikes without one. It made my normal saddle position I've been riding for 20yrs feel like it was pointing straight up when climbing. I plan to introduce a lot of new people to the Switchgrade and to make sure all my bikes have one on it."- Harlan Price, Level II PMBIA Instructor, Owner/Head Coach, Take Aim Cycling

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