How long do you guys go before you refresh forks/shock on your track bikes?
I'll have to ask Thermosman. I woudl think that the street would be much harder on suspension, as the tracks are so smooth in comparison, and with miniman stop/starts.I look at it like a cheap umbrella policy, I have a good policy with my tires but why not add the umbrella in case I need that 1/1000th percent to keep my bike pretty
additionally, I think there needs to be afactor you multiply a track mile by. 1 track mile and 1 street mile are not equivalent, if I had to creat one I would start around 2.5 street = 1 track mile?
Total opposite. Yes it is probably smoother, but the amount of hard braking and acceleration works the suspension. Additionally street never asks the same level of grip as track. So again, track is more critical.I'll have to ask Thermosman. I woudl think that the street would be much harder on suspension, as the tracks are so smooth in comparison, and with miniman stop/starts.
Back when we had Factory teams....probably a refresh daily, with component changes done throughout the day looking for their ideal setup.There are people the upper end of the expert grid that will refresh suspension almost every weekend. I presume the same could be said for most MA teams.