Our Mountain Bike Suspension is Like No Other
- Beginning of stroke: regression to absorb small bumps and provide climbing traction
- Middle of stroke: progression to avoid wallowing on big hits or in hard & fast corners
- End of stroke: more slight regression to enable full use of rear wheel travel
- Gear up so you start with an accurate rider weight.
- With someone holding the bike, stand on the pedals and get in your normal riding position on the bike.
- Bounce up and down on the bike, compressing the rear end of the bike and the shock; when you are steady again, have someone push the travel ring up the shock against the wiper seal.
- Dismount the bike gently (so you don’t move the travel ring).
- The amount of stanchion shown between the wiper and travel ring is your sag. 30% sag would show 21mm of exposed stanchion between the wiper and travel ring.
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