Question about Cycling
The seat is attatched to the seatpost...the seatpost goes into the frame...just behind where it goes into the frame, there is a bolt, loosen it and the seat should move (you might have to play with it) raise it to where you need to and retighten the bolt. But make sure you don't go higher than the maximum height, it's marked on the post or you could damage the frame.
Posted on Jul 11, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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