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How to perfectly dial in your rebound on your rear shock

How to perfectly dial in your rebound on your rear shock

An easy and accurate method to find your critical rebound for enhanced traction and improve small bump sensitivity.

Not even your rear shock manual tells you how to get it right and we bet most of your riding buddies have no idea as well - Rebound cranked all the way in, or all the way out.It's usually a terrible setup. 

Most rear shocks have 8 to 16 clicks of adjustment, there is usually one setting that is the right balance for your weight and shock pressure. A little fine tuning of 1-2 clicks either way is all you need to fine tune it for changing terrain.

Here is the best guide we can find, you will get your rebound close to perfect and use 1-2 clicks in or out to fine tune it - but no more!

What you need

  1.  A bike with a rear shock, that has rebound adjustment
  2.  A curb and a spare 10 minutes