one week and four days

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Hi, Thanks to the inspiration provided by this group, I purchased my first uni a
week ago last saturday. I had looked for quite a while and stumbled onto one in
a bike shop. Anyway, I don’t know any orgs around here to seek out for help. I
am wondering about adjusting the seat height. I seem to remember something about
knee almost straight for a bike. That’s what I used for the uni. Any
suggestions? I’ve been on it for at least a few minutes each day and figure
Christmas might be a good goal for a real ride. By the way, I figure this is an
indication of entering my second childhood, I’m 42.

Robert Megee