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How do I adjust the seat angle to be lower on my Terry Fly Tri Gel saddle

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Seat post will have an allen head screw that will loosen the fore and aft adjustment.

Posted on Sep 25, 2009

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How do you adjust the seat on a Trek Jet 20?


Should be much the same as with any bike. Loosen the bolt (probably metric allen wrench head) that is on the clamp at the top of the seat post, raise or lower the seat, and then retighten. If you want to move the saddle forward or back or tilt it differently you loosen the nut or nuts on either side of the saddle, move as desired, and then retighten.

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The most common cause of saddle discomfort is an improperly adjusted seat. Start with the seat level with the ground and only tip it from 2 to 3 degrees up or down if you think it will help ease discomfort. Don't make the mistake of angling it steeply downhill. This makes you slide forward putting too much weight on your knees and hands.

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Can't find a seat that doesn't cause soft tissue tears or bony areas hurt


The body position on a tri bike is cruicial not only for aerodynamics, but for comfort as well. The saddle is the usual "sore" spot for most riders who try to find a more aero tuck. Unfortunately, there is no magic saddle that takes care of everyone's problems. Human physiology differs from person to person and saddles need to fit a wide range of riders. My advice would to try to find a bicycle shop with a saddle rental program, this will allow you to test ride a saddle before purchasing one. Also, do some research on the various saddles out there. I had to try six different saddles before settling on one that is perfect. Here are some links to saddle manufacturers:
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Does anyone know how to lower the seat on a Raleigh SC30 Bicycle?


usually, the saddle is mounted onto a male shaft that fits into the rear female of the frame - this can be loosened by undoing a nut located under the saddle. it will loosen and you can then twist it up or down - it still remains quite tight. don't forget to re-tighten.if this is the obvious solution that you have attempted, then I apologise, but this is how all saddles are adjusted - I thought - here in UK at least

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Feet do not touch flat on the ground. Need to lower ride height by a couple or few inches


The ride height is determined by a couple of things, the suspension and the seat. If you can, try to find a different seat because lowering the bike effects the handling characteristics so much. Anytime you lower a bike, you reduce the "lean angle" which hampers you when you make turns. If you can't find a lower saddle, you can lower the bike. It depends on what year and model bike it you have. You didn't say. There are companies that make lowering kits for most bikes. Progressive is one of the more popular companies.

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Steve

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Hi.need to know how to adjust the angle of my partners seat on her cube axial wls comp.she is suffering seat pain.


There is an allen screw at the base of the clamping device which holds the rails of the saddle. Loosen this screw and adjust away. Make sure you tighten it well, but not too tight or you run the risk of stripping the threads very easily.

Hope this helps,
matt

Oct 18, 2009 | Cycling

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Quad fatigue on my road bike what could cause this? I have a new bike and I feel like saddle position is off as far (forward and Back) not the height


Quad fatigue could indicate one of several things:
  • Saddle is too far forward: frequently this strategy is used by triathletes to put the burden of the bike ride on the quads to avoid fatiguing the hamstrings before the running component. This is why Tri bikes have such steep seat tube angles and forward saddle positions
  • Saddle is too low: This causes over-extension of the quads (overbending of the knee) so your initial muscular contraction is higher in tension but lower in value.
Try moving the saddle to a more aft position. This will place more work on your hamstrings and less on the quads, and may create a more balanced workload for the two groups.

Also, if you do not already have them, clipless pedals (I ride Speedplays) will reduce the amount of work done by the quads since you will be able to use more muscle groups during the entire pedalstroke instead of simply mashing the quads on the downstroke.

You might consider seeing a professional bike fitter if you have a new bike and it is giving you problems. You should be able to get a very good bike fitter for about $100. Anyone charging more than that is just trying to use a high price to make their fitting look "better."

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you can loosen the bolt under the saddle, and adjust it...

for me, the best saddle position for long distance is when it's facing downwards a little bit, so that you can move your legs freely.

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