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Damon Madsen's Rear Suspension

Smooth action and great pedaling

9 Comments

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 Look at that lack of rear brake movement as well. Fantastic.
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 and it looks like a very low p kickback as well
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 Looks different. Thats good.
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 iNteresting
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 So, that lower link is just there to add stiffness, right?
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 i think it's a DW link reversed, i think the point is to tighten up the rear triangle/chainstay. i could be wrong.
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 No, an additional link is less stiff. That lower link is required for the suspension to work.
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 @theminsta: In theory you could add a secondary link that follows an identical path to the first one, which would not alter the way the system moves but simply provide a secondary point of constraint to resist torsional movement. In most cases it would be unnecessary, sure, but "an additional link is less stiff" is not correct I'm afraid.
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 @bobj: You are correct as I should have used "that" instead of "an". The only bike that uses additional links for added stiffness that I can recall right now is the 2017ish GT Fury; an exception to the rule.

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