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Old 2018-08-17, 04:47 PM   #12
UniGeezer - Not "2" Tired
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Originally Posted by Vogelfrei80 View Post
Sorry, my mobile run out of battery... so these are instructions

I would suggest not having the Saddle's nose up so extremely high, since your sensitive bits will be pressed against the curved-up section of the saddle, causing more discomfort and very likely numbness. I would suggest trying it with the saddle near the level position, since when you're riding on level ground, the frame is already naturally angled back to some degree which makes the saddle lower in the back and higher in the front.
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