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So I'll put my nose down on my hard tail if I'm going to be riding a really long, really steep climb or doing steep climbs a lot in the near future. It puts my hips in a better position for sustained efforts. However, most of what I've been riding has been more variable and flatter so the nose has stayed flat.
That's interesting about the bar/saddle height - with riser bars the heights are about equal unsagged, but that changes as soon as I get on the bike. Maybe for tall seat posts going up hill a nose down saddle keeps that bar/saddle height on the same plane?
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