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Adjusting Sag for Different Conditions

Adjusting Sag for Different Conditions

I see so many riders that think setting sag is a set it and forget it proposition, that you just set it when you get a new bike and never...

Off-Road Bikes- Does it Matter Where You Measure Sag?

Off-Road Bikes- Does it Matter Where You Measure Sag?

I hear so many people that say that it doesn't matter where you measure sag on off-road bikes and that you just need to "know your number". This is absolutely...

Why Mechanical Sag Scales Don't Add Up.

Why Mechanical Sag Scales Don't Add Up.

"Solo" Sag Scales (single person required)- I have seen a few mechanical scales on the market that claim to allow the rider to set their sag with no assistance but...

Bike Safety

Bike Safety

Most riders do at least the bare minimum to assure their bike is safe. Things like checking the fluids, tire pressure, chain tension etc. The most overlooked aspect of safety on a...

Balance is Key

Balance is Key

Whether you ride street or off-road, proper bike balance is key to keeping your bike fast, fun and safe. A balanced bike will stay settled in the turns and provide...

Springs vs Damping

Springs vs Damping

There always seems to be a lot of confusion as to when to adjust the springs vs the damping. The best way to look at it is that springs are...

ADV Bike Setup

ADV Bike Setup

ADV bikes have become incredibly popular in recent years and for good reason- they are very fun and extremely versatile. One of the most overlooked things I have seen among...

Some Insight on Air Forks

Some Insight on Air Forks

Air forks are not a new thing. The first air forks were seen in the 60s and 70s but never really took hold. They are back now and seen on...

Rear Axle Placement

Rear Axle Placement

I hear a lot of talk about riders moving their rear axle forward to shorten the wheelbase of the bike so it will turn better. This is actually completely backwards...

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