“Your rear shock helps keep your rear wheel glued to the ground
giving you the traction you need to rip trails at high rates of speed”
Make sure that your rear shock is allowing your suspension to work as it was intended by sticking to service intervals. Keeping seals and shock fluid clean will reduce friction in your shock. Regular service will keep your shock functioning properly and avoid premature wear. If you are at 50 riding hours ask one of our service technicians if you need a shock service. We encourage our customers to re-evaluate sag, compression and rebound settings after a rear shock service. Let us help you revisit the basics or not so basics and help you tune your rear shock.