Saturday, February 18, 2006

Worst Date Ever

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2 comments:

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Some form of suspension system to protect them and the rider from feelingcarbon bike wheelsetevery bump on the road or trail.
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increases traction by keeping the wheels on the ground, and also makes the rider more comfortable.
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that absorb bumps and jumps and work like a car's shock absorbers.
Other bikes have shocks built into the rear triangle of the frame, either on the seat stay or seat tube.
Less often, bikes can be found with springs or other suspension systems built into the saddle or handlebars,
though these create unwanted variables in bike fit.