Shorter riders afraid of the F700’s standard, 32.3-inch-tall seat can opt for a 1.2-in. lower one at no cost; if that’s not enough, a $250 low suspension option will bring the seat height to a more manageable 30.1 in. In all, there are four seat options: stock shapes in high and low, a “rallye” seat (presumably for you serious dirt types), and a touring-oriented “comfort” seat, which was on our testbike. It’s nice and soft, but the butt bolster is a bit too far forward and restrictive, forcing the rider into a limited range of positions. Otherwise, the F700’s riding position is very neutral and comfortable, though you do feel like you’re sitting on rather than in the bike.