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Fat Bike Suspension Forks figure 1

Figure 1 – rigid fork trail response: most forward energy from a large bump travels upwards carrying the wheel (as well as the rest of the bike and rider) off the ground with it (green arrow = forward motion; blue arrow = upward motion). This can be measured by loss of speed.
Figure 1 – rigid fork trail response: most forward energy from a large bump travels upwards carrying the wheel (as well as the rest of the bike and rider) off the ground with it (green arrow = forward motion; blue arrow = upward motion). This can be measured by loss of speed.
Fat Bike Suspension Forks figure 2