+Some cut the seat down, others get shorter rear shocks but you can't take much off there, other drop the front forks by letting the tubes come up through the tree a bit..but that effects handling the most.
Thanks for the reply. I will probably take some padding out of the seat to start with. So far, after reading through the manual, I found the front forks to be over inflated. the book calls for 14-21 psi and it read 32.5. I thought that the front suspension felt a little hard. Got to get a hand pump and put some air back in it , by the time I checked it a couple of times, I had let out to much air and it is now at 4.5 psi (really dropped the front end). I still have the rear to check, but believe the valve is under the seat.
Jim - UK, I would like to make a trike out of it, but haven't found an afordable kit yet. My wife wants a trike, she is really short. If I can't get the bike lower with air pressure and seat padding removal, I may have to move the rear shock mount back. Thanks