Cube Hybrid Kathmandu Pro 625: I'd like to lower my saddle

Hi, I lowered the saddle to the maximum, but I'd like to lower it by an additional 2 cm. Is it possible?
I removed the saddle from its seat but I do not see this possibility.
Thank you
 

reed scott

Well-Known Member
why if you don't get your legs so they straighten out on each strone it is going to cause issues. if you want to put your feet down while at as stop then thats a problem you cant eliminate with that bike.
https://www.bikeradar.com/advice/fitness-and-training/how-to-get-your-bike-saddle-height-right/ https://www.bicycling.com/skills-tips/a20036352/bike-fit-0/

Actually you do not want your leg to fully straighten out. Should have a slight bend at bottom of stroke. If your legs are fully straightened out you will be rocking your pelvis and that is not good.