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Old 03-13-19, 07:31 PM
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Wrong way. To fix sliding forward, move the saddle back. I never have the nose of my saddle up. Always level. Some folks have to move the saddle back quite a ways, even on a set-back post. It depends on personal body geometry. Ignore KOPS. It obviously matters not at all or else recumbent cyclists would all be injured.
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