Adjust the angle on a seatpost (one-bolt)
The nose of a saddle, when mounted too high or low can cause rider discomfort. Mounted too high, a rider will feel extra pressure on the sit bones. Too low and the rider may slide forward toward the handlebar. Both may cause a loss of energy due to a need for constant re-positioning.
To avoid this loss, ensure that your saddle is properly angled through the method outlined here.
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