After some advice please (btw, did a search on this forum, found a couple of usefull bits of info, but after more)
As i am becomming more proficient at taking Becky (04 Slayer 50) to her limmits i am wondering whether a coil in the rear would serve me better.
I don't want to pressure the buggery out of the Float RL to stop her bottoming (i still want small bump compliance). As i am hitting up bigger stuff she does occaisonally bottom out (twice last night) - i expect this issue will get worse as the jumps/drops get bigger.
I consider myself to be a reasonably smooth rider, who makes use of the legs to minimise impact.
Any advice on how to overcome this issue?
Will a coil in the rear help the issue - remembering i still want small bump compliance (and a pedal platform if possible). If YES - what would be the reccomendation for a coil rear shock? I am not into constant mid ride 'tweaking' of dials and knobs (never even used the lock out on the Float RL or Vanilla 125) - set and forget is for me! Simple is good.
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