Adjust the height of the saddle so that when cycling along, your leg will be slightly bent with the pedal at its lowest point. If the first time you use this riding position you feel that the muscles in the back of your leg are too stretched, lower the saddle a few millimetres at a time until you feel comfortable.
Check that with the saddle in this position you can place the ball of your foot comfortably on the ground while sitting on the bicycle.

To prevent the Seat A coming loose and possible loss of control, the “MIN-IN” (minimum insertion) mark B on the Seat Post must be below the top of the Seat Tube C.


  1. If needed, loosen Nuts on Seat Clamp D and rotate Seat into rid- ing position.

  2. Ensure the Seat Post E is fully through the TOP Seat Clamp D.

  3. Tighten the Seat Clamp so the Seat does not move on the seat post.

  4. If the Seat Clamp has a Nut on each side, tighten both nuts equally.

  5. Point the Seat forward and put the

Seat Post E into the Seat Tube C and proceed to next step.


CAUTION: Operate the Quick Release Lever F

by hand only. Do not use a hammer or any other tool to tighten the quick release lever.


1. Move the Quick Release Lever F to the “open” posi- tion so the word “open” is pointing away from the Seat Post Clamp G.

You must use strong force to move the quick release lever to the “close” position. If you can easily move the lever to the “close” position, the clamping force is too light. If the clamping force of the Quick Release Lever is too light, the seat post can loosen while riding. This can cause injury to the rider or to others.

  1. Open and close the Quick Release Lever with one hand while you turn the Adjusting Nut H with the other hand.

  2. Tighten or loosen the adjusting nut by hand, so that you first feel resistance to the quick release lever when it perpendicular to the bicycle frame.

  3. Push the Quick Release Lever to the “close” position.

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