I'd like to introduce a new web site with a lot of fine suspension setup information. A local user slow-jess out of Victoria has spent a bunch of time surfing the net and distilling what he could find on the topic into a detailed but approachable set of articles. In reading through them they present the sort of information that a street rider or new track rider can use to set up the suspension to be much more effective than stock.
Slow-jess, take it away.....
The site--- www.bikesetup.com LINKI wanted to learn how to make a website, and instead of making a site about my cat,I thought it would be better to make something that may be interesting or informative to motorcyclists. One thing I have noticed is a general fuzziness when it comes to suspension and bike setup, so I thought I might start there. I also add pages as I come across topics I want to talk about. My goal (other than teaching myself something) was to share what I've learned so that others wouldn't have to learn it all the hard way.
A backyard mechanic without a service manual is just like a hooker without a lamp pole.... they are both in the dark.