• The difference between Rigid Fork and Suspension Fork of mountain bike

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    The travel of a bicycle front fork is how deep the front fork can be pressed, that is, the distance that the front fork travels from fully relaxed to the lowest point of the front fork. Generally speaking, it is the shock absorption effect. Basically, the longer the stroke, the more force it can withstand. Larger, the better the shock absorption effect. It can be said that the up and down amplitude of the front fork after being impacted. Therefore, bicycle forks are divided into Rigid Forks and Suspension Forks.

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