Tinea Pedis wrote:Add me to list of those behind Steve Hogg's method.
Definite improvements for me.
Yep, me too. Night and day for me.
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I don't know that there is necessarily a predictable relationship between the two as individual response to a change in either
varies significantly. If you move your cleats back 10mm, then *generally* seat height would drop somewhat because you are reducing ankle movement somewhat as well as extending the leg more. I underlined 'generally' because I've seen exceptions where a more rearward cleat position caused a change to the rider's pedalling technique to the extent that seat height could be left unchanged or on rare occasions raised.
Link: http://www.stevehoggbikefitting.com/blog/2011/04/power-to-the-pedal-cleat-position/If you moved your cleats back 16mm, you will almost certainly have needed to drop your seat height. Possibly up to 10mm.
Link: http://www.stevehoggbikefitting.com/blog/2011/09/all-about-smps/With most seats, moving the seat forward decreases measurable seat height and moving the seat backward increases measurable seat height. Typically, if you move a seat forward 3mm you have reduced seat height by 1mm and if you move a seat backward by 3mm you have increased seat height by 1mm.