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Hi! We just bought a Giant Boulder mountain bike on Craigslist, so it didn't come with any instructions. We were able to raise the seat to a comfortable riding position, but how do we raise the handlebars? Thanks!

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There are two styles of stems on modern bikes. Quill and threadless.

This site explains both:

http://www.sheldonbrown.com/handsup.html

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