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It may take some time to get the right saddle height, but finding the right spot is critical for comfort, performance, and injury prevention. Finding the saddle height is almost fundamental to a bike's installation -- the distance between the bottom bracket and the top of the seat plays an important role in comfort, power output and overall performance.
Please try to put your feet on the floor. You should be able to touch the ground with the tips of your toes and still keep the bike straight.
Of course, front and rear saddle height is also important, if you make a change to front/rear, saddle height will be affected, so please repeat the saddle height measurement.
"If it feels too low, move the saddle up 1mm, and if it still feels low, up another 1mm, and vice versa. If it's too high, you may feel as if you're rocking in the saddle or feeling tense behind your knees. If it's too low, you'll feel pressure in front of your knee."
One common sign of incorrect saddle height is knee pain. If you have this problem, it means your saddle height may be wrong. While there may be other causes and individual responses can vary, it is common for a saddle that is too low to cause pain in the front of the knee, and a saddle that is too high to cause pain in the back of the knee or in the hamstrings.