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Old 2017-09-06, 08:44 PM   #5
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Your center of gravity is always going to end up in the same place, over the wheel - otherwise you wouldn't be balanced anymore.

So when you slide the seat forward, and ride, you'll end up rotating the whole frame back until your butt is back in the same position relative to the wheel. All that really changes is what part of the seat you are sitting on, and what angle the seat is at.

A lot of folks like the saddle slid forward as far as possible because you end up sitting on the relatively wide back part, which is now more level. The flat seats work well for this because you can sit on the back part without the front part curving up into your private parts...
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