Featured In the Roadracing World 2020 Trackday Directory Special Issue:
“The single easiest way to make a motorcycle work better is to make sure the suspension moves enough to deal with bumps and ripples and keeps the tires in contact with the track surface. And the quickest and easiest way to make sure a motorcycle can do that is to check the sag—how far the suspension settles from full extension with the rider on the bike.
“Many riders show up for track days on bikes running stock suspension, exactly as it was when the bike came off the assembly line. Streetbikes are usually delivered with suspension stiff enough to deal with a heavy rider and a too-heavy passenger, and aren’t close to being what would produce the best handling for a solo, average-sized rider. Which is why track riders are often amazed, reporting dramatically improved handling, stability, and lap times after having front and rear sag checked and adjusted for the first time.
“It is the easiest, least expensive performance improvement you can make to your motorcycle, and also points the way to improving the suspension even more by fitting the correct springs …”
—Setting Up Suspension, Step-By-Step
Taking a sportbike off the showroom floor and making it your own, making it the best bike for you, starts with setting the sag in the suspension. Learn how to use modern technology to simplify this process – it’s all in the Roadracing World 2020 Trackday Directory! It’s the perfect way to hone your track day game, or the perfect gift to help a friend join you and have fun riding on the racetrack! Order your copy today, or pick one up at leading retailers, including Cycle Gear stores nationwide!
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