Changing the volume reducers in your fork or shock is an internal adjustment that allows you to change the amount of mid stroke support and bottom out resistance on your suspension.
Stick the landing with 170mm of 29er buttery travel.
This fork went straight to the front end of my Yeti SB-165 Dream Bike when I first built it up, and has been a very fitting match.
There's now a coil-sprung version of the Z1, along with an aftermarket conversion kit for the air-sprung Z1 or Fox 36 Rhythm.
A coil-sprung version of the heavy-hitting, affordably-priced Marzocchi Z1 fork has arrived. We've already been riding it for three months and it's time to spill the details.
Some horses are bred for racing, while others have been trained to carry heavy loads and plow fields.
Think leaf springs are only for big trucks and farm equipment? Spot builds theirs out of carbon fiber, and here's how it works.
The future of electronic suspension is here, but is it worth it?
A noticeable upgrade with lots of adjustment options.
Initially, I was skeptical about the performance enhancement of a coil shock over an air shock, coming from having used only air shocks.
The MegNeg provides enhanced small-bump sensitivity while increasing mid-stroke support and bottoming resistance for all of $90.00 USD.
Got a thing for graphs? Take a look at the suspension design analysis for the Santa Cruz Megatower.
The fork truly is night and day better and I no longer cry myself to sleep at the thought of the hurt that I put on my pockets.
Manitout Mezzer fork review takes a look at maintenance, performance and ride characteristics. This fork surprised us quite a bit is a solid competitor in the mountain bike suspension game.