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May 26, 2017 at 19:20
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Apr 20, 2017 at 7:03
Apr 20, 2017
hmcleay RichardCunningham's article
Apr 16, 2017 at 5:59
Apr 16, 2017
Polygon Square One EX9 and its R3ACT Suspension - Where it Came From and How it Works
@WaterBear: There are no text books (that I'm aware of) specifically relating to bicycle suspension, however my website has a stack of info in the theory section: http://www.i-tracksuspension.com/suspensiontheory.html Some other useful references are as follows: For a bigger picture of vehicle dynamics, read Carroll Smith's 'Tune to Win' Motorbike suspension: Tony Foale's 'Motorcycle Handling and Chassis Design', make sure you get the second edition though (first edition has an error with regards to swingarm mounted idlers). Also, Dave Weagle's patents are pretty informative, and my patent (US9168977) also has a ton of info in it. Happy reading!
hmcleay RichardCunningham's article
Apr 16, 2017 at 5:51
Apr 16, 2017
Polygon Square One EX9 and its R3ACT Suspension - Where it Came From and How it Works
@VorsprungSuspension: Not all suspension designs have higher AS in lower gears. It depends whether the Axle-IC line crosses the chainline behind vs in front of where the chain makes contact with the front chainring.
hmcleay RichardCunningham's article
Sep 21, 2015 at 21:40
Sep 21, 2015
Bike Show Walkabout With RC - Interbike 2015
This isn't the same as the Kona Magic Link. With Kona Magic Link, the axle path has two degrees of freedom (2dof), and therefore the axle can move within a 'window' of travel. It needs (and has) two independent springs/dampers to control this. Tantrum Meltdown is a 6-bar linkage. The axle path has one degree of freedom (1dof), and can only move along a single pre-determined axle path. It only needs (and only has) one spring/damper. Claims of it working like a 2dof system are false.
Mar 23, 2014 at 22:08
Mar 23, 2014
hmcleay RichardCunningham's article
Mar 23, 2014 at 16:05
Mar 23, 2014
Pinkbike Poll: If Cost Were No Object...
@PedroVieira Just for clarification, I-Track Suspension is an Australian company (not German). :)
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