Closeup: New FSA ITC Seatposts Offer Flip Flop, Independent Angle and Offset Adjustment

2015 FSA ITC seatpost design weights and specs

Introduced at Eurobike, FSA’s new ITC (Independent Top Clamp) seatposts are wrapping up production and first batches should be hitting FSA’s warehouses soon.

The design uses a rounded base for the top clamp section to adhere to, allowing it to rotate through a wide range of angles completely independent of your saddle rail position. Even better, the top clamps are available in two versions, giving you a total of four offsets: 0, 10, 15 and 20mm, and in any direction you want. If your seat angle’s not too steep, that’s effectively seven different positions from a single post!

They’ll be available in alloy and carbon versions with 27.2 and 31.6 diameters. Click through for full specs and weights…

2015 FSA ITC seatpost design weights and specs

The posts should allow for quick swaps between standard and TT road positions for weekend triathletes.

2015 FSA ITC seatpost design weights and specs

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andrew
andrew
7 years ago

please dont encourage the clip on aero bar riders

Nick H.
Nick H.
7 years ago

Very cool. Please adapt this saddle clamp to a dropper post.

NASH
NASH
7 years ago

This would be perfect if it was made by Campagnolo

Francisco
Francisco
7 years ago

Nice idea. Flipping the clamp instead of the whole seatpost should save some wear of the seat tube/seatpost interface, and the forward position also seems to increase the height of the seat clamp by a small amount, as required in switching from road to TT. Plus the convenience of intermediate setbacks…

boroboonie
boroboonie
7 years ago

Finally! Bike fitters rejoice!!

Blair
Blair
7 years ago

andrew-

Some of us have bikes that we prefer, in the various manufactured sizes, (for example a 54 and 56), that don’t fit us exactly. Having a bike that fits properly is crucial. This is perfect for those of us who want to be able to find the correct setback for those bikes.

Also, not everyone is blessed with unlimited income to be able to afford a TT/Tri bike in addition to their road bikes. Or for that matter, they can’t justify spending that amount of money on a second bike that they only would use a few times a year.

Your comment is just flat out rude. Don’t be that guy.

Ash
Ash
5 years ago

I realize this is an old article but just to set the record straight the 20mm/-10mm seat post does not allow 10mm forward offset, only 20mm or 10mm rear offset. I purchased this seat post and found this out much to my annoyance.