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Originally Posted by IdleUp View Post
Thanks daxr,

However it's not my hamstring that hurts. I'm not sure what the medical term for it, but it's the part just above the calf, and just before where the knee bends. I think you maybe right on flexibility. Maybe I should try more stretches just before going out to ride.
Your hamstring could be causing the pain behind your knee. Definitely try lowering your saddle and leaving it for a few weeks, then raise it little by little as you gain strength. Stretch. Stretch. Stretch. That's what has helped me with my exact same issue. I'm also going to get a BG Fit done, as well.
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