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The Future of Suspension?
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I am sure most of you will have already seen this, but for those that haven't, check this out...

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If it works as well as it sounds like it might, WOW.

We were discussing suspension rebound rates and how to set them up for the differing types af terrain one encounters during a singe ride, and the hassle of adjusting on the fly.

This it would appear will make all of those issue redundant, offering one simple system that auto adjusts for anything, so fast that it can make adjustments actually during the stroke of the fork, and I assume soon to be followed by, shock as well!

Makes Specialized's brain look positively old fashion!
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