• Introduction to the suspension frame structure

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    Main structure: Single pivot point system is currently the most common type of front and rear shock absorbers. The lever of this system only uses one bearing to connect to the frame, and the position of its upper bearing determines the riding performance of the car. Like Cross Country, the bearings are mostly at the height of the middle chainring; the bearing position of the freeride model is relatively higher and slightly forward.
    Advantages: lightweight, cheap, and easy to maintain.
    Disadvantages: easy to shake and easy to be interfered with by the transmission system.
    Technology: Most of the Single pivot point system adopts a compromise approach, so it is recommended to use the rear shock absorber of the stepping platform.

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