Originally Posted by Ras Thurlo
Pls explain comment
is it because the softer initial springing allows a bike to find its own balance more readily?
btw- I had assumed that progressive springs are not good for off road use, because you quickly get to the firmer end of the compression, leaving you with stiff suspension with little travel. Is this right?
I just asked because I noticed the progressive spring that is mounted on his YSS shock.