Are you sure it is the air pressure?simen said:My 2-step Lyrik seems quite affected by low temperatures. Reba on my 29er not. It has to be 29er: 26er thing.
I will respectfully disagree with most here. Sure it depends on how cold you ride. Given the small chamber size of a fork or shock it will be highly dependant on tempurature fluctuations. On the flip side the oil gets thicker and seals will shrink making it harder to move a suspension part so it partially evens out. Just check your sag when the bike has sat outside for your proper sag measurement.BadPirate said:Do you all adjust air pressure +/- as the temp drops?
No need to assume. The ideal gas law is so simple most anyone can use it.onlycrimson said:I would assume the air in our forks still adheres to the rules of air and temperature.