Vehicle for the rides carrying various gear, food and first aid supplies
Sag is the degree to which a shock absorber compresses with the rider sitting motionless on the bike in a normal riding position. Usually, this should be between 15% and 25% of available travel for cross country riding and slightly more for downhill riding. Sag allows the suspension system to extend when it comes to a dip in the trail. If it had no sag and did not extend, the wheel would not follow the dip, which results in decreased traction, especially on bends. Sag is controlled by the amount of preload set.
Refers to how much the rear suspension compresses when a rider in full gear sits on the bike. Sag is measured in millimeters. For big bikes, 100mm is generally the standard sag setting. For mini bikes, 85 mm is generally the standard sag setting. Check owner's manual for the manufacture's recommended setting.
The amount a shock compresses with only rider weight acting on it.
(Support And Gear) - A vehicle that patrols a ride route, offering food, mechanical assistance, etc.
A slight drop in the power supply of a guitar amp when a powerful note or chord is played. - Category: Manufacture of Gear
The height of a curve measured from the chord.