Comparing Vibration On Bicycle Suspension

This video was sent to us by one of our customers. It shows how a Prosig P8000 was used to measure the vibration transmitted through different configurations of bicycle suspension. Two are traditional setups (a rigid bike and a dual suspension one) and the third is a new interconnected suspension (likened to a railway bogie). This new setup can be used effectively to significantly reduce the shock loads transmitted to a rider and to improve the tyre’s (especially the front tyre) contact with the ground to greatly improve steering control.

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Chris Mason

General Manager at Prosig
Chris' passion for software, technology and innovation began in his teens with a diet of Sinclair ZX80's, Commodore Pets and early Apple products. Chris graduated from Portsmouth Polytechnic in 1983 and went on to have a career in software product development, software team management, web development, marketing and, now, general management. His other passions include bicycles, IoT, coffee, running, walking, cooking and supercharged Jags.

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