Precision Cycling Components All Mountain Post review

Lightweight adjustable seatpost

Our rating 
3.5 out of 5 star rating 3.5
GBP £150.00 RRP | USD $249.99
Precision Cycling Components All Mountain Post

Our review

The lightest adjustable post out there and one that proves reliable. Not for the fashion conscious though
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The neoprene gaiter that helps keep the All Mountain Post working in the grime gives it a Heath Robinson look, but that’s because it’s machined in-house in Precision Cycling’s own small HQ; this is no big corporation farming its production out to Taiwan.


Activation is via the remote cable which pulls on a collar located on the post, in turn releasing pressure on a small captive ball-bearing that locks into one of three holes in the post’s upper stanchion. With the ball-bearing released, the post is free to move up under sprung pressure or down under rider weight. The post is available in 3, 4 and 5in versions.

The AMP’s mechanical simplicity keeps it working on and on through the rough, and its initial stiction becomes smoother over time. During a full year of testing, the only regular maintenance needed was a spray of light lube on the mechanics under the neoprene boot.


Side-to-side slop is apparent but not noticeable when riding. The 1in drop position is a great compromise, but is tricky to locate on the fly. Lever action is good, though after several months our friction-only lever became loose and popped right off its mount. The hardware is imperial-sized, meaning metric Allen keys won’t fit.

Product Specifications


Name All Mountain Seatpost (10)
Brand Precision Cycling Components

Description Diameter:27.2 (shim to fit 30.0, 30.9, 31.6) , Drop: 4-in/100mm (3, and 5-in available) , Layback: 0mm, Operation: un-damped mechanical spring ,Warranty 6 months
Weight (g) 464
Diameters Available 27.2mm 30.9mm 31.6mm