Looking for a longer post, one that’s lighter or faster, or just one that’s more reliable? Take your pick!
While all of these dropper posts do a good job dropping, unfortunately their prices have been moving in the opposite direction lately. There may have been a few price increases on these products since we reviewed them in the last year or so, though many still offer a great value.
SDG Tellis Dropper Seatpost
$269.99 | $249.99 sale
We would recommend the Tellis to any good friend, regardless of their bike budget. It continually works like new, the lever-action is fantastic, its return speed is spot on, and it’s easily rebuildable. Read more.
PNW Loam Dropper
PNW’s top-of-the-line post with adjustable travel is still $199. Read more.
Buy from PNW Components
TranzX Skyline Dropper Seatpost
Despite the $20 price increase from last year, the 125mm Skyline is still an affordable option for smaller riders or those not too concerned with tucking their saddle completely. Read more.
CrankBrothers Highline 7 Dropper Post
The lever action is smooth without being too sensitive and the return action is as smooth and fast as most others. Read more.
OneUp Components V2 Dropper
Smooth, fast, and reliable. The travel length for the OneUp V2 Dropper can be tuned to maximize the amount of drop that a rider’s frame design and leg length allow. Read more.
Buy from Competitive Cyclist
Fox Transfer Dropper
This drops smoothly and snaps back with a crisp “clack” to let you know when it’s ready to climb again. Read more.
Pro Koryak Dropper Post
The Pro Koryak mountain bike dropper post has proven to be easy to install and offers solid and reliable performance on the trail. Read more.
TranzX Kitsuma Air Dropper Seatpost
The Kitsuma Air offers a range of post lengths to fit bikes and riders of all sizes. Similarly, the weight and insertion length of the post is close to that of established brands in the industry. Read more.
e*thirteen Vario Infinite Dropper Post
A solid, dependable post with adjustable travel. Read more.
Buy from REI