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Oct
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comment Optimal full-suspension design for mountain bikes?
i cant downvote since i have less than 125rep but if I could i would. My qestion clearly wasnt good but although most of your statements are generally true, your answer is too uncostructive, too general and too far away. To sum up it doesnt have much in common with suspension geometry and desgns. P.S Sorry if my English is bad.
Oct
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comment Optimal full-suspension design for mountain bikes?
OK..:) thank you cmannett85, mattnz. +1 These all were good points..could be answers too
Oct
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comment Optimal full-suspension design for mountain bikes?
I have been riding hardtrail bike with rigid fork for many years.And I know perfectly well how to get over obstacles and absorb hits using my legs and arms. Maybe my question isnt defined well and I apologise for that but I am thinking of full susp bike and I dont know what frame should i choose. I wanted just simple answer like : dw-link is stiff and efficient design but it is not as strong as single pivot (dont know if its true or not but just for example); four bar can be heavier than others but it is more efficient; single pivot can be stornger and more durable but less effective...vpp
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Oct
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comment Optimal full-suspension design for mountain bikes?
hah :) Thank you... it makes sense :) but what I meant was a good compromise between all of these characteristics for AM suspension (eg 130-150 mils of travel)
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