Bad, in the general scheme of things. Weight shifts off the rear of the bike when pointed downhill and/or braking. This unloads the rear shock, which is already topped out at static, thus increasing the bump force required to activate the suspension.carolinaviking said:Is that a good thing or a bad thing?
The NRS is unique -- it is the only suspension design I know of that is set up at zero sag. Most bikes call for anywhere from 25% to 33% suspension sag.carolinaviking said:What sort of rear suspension design does not do this?