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Mountain bike geometry and suspension kinematics might seem like a bit of a dark art but if one man knows his stuff, it’s Chris Porter. The man behind Mojo Rising and the now legendary Geometron mountain bike brand has spent decades riding, testing, designing and hypothesising about how mountain bike geometry and suspension all works – and how it should, probably, work better. Pre-lockdown, we sent our own suspension guru, Seb Stott, to the depths of the Forest of Dean to discuss the intricacies of suspension and frame design, and plenty more to boot. Chris has a bit of a reputation as a talker, and there’s plenty to discuss, so we’ve split the interview in to two parts – the second will go live tomorrow (Tuesday 26 May). More on mountain bike geometry and suspension The ultimate guide to mountain bike geometry and handling Mountain bike rear suspension systems: everything you need to know Mountain bike suspension setup: how to get the most from your bike Best mountain bike suspension forks Click the buttons below to subscribe to the BikeRadar Podcast via Apple or Spotify, or just search for us on your preferred podcast provider to make sure you don’t miss a show. Alternatively, keep an eye on the BikeRadar Podcast page for the latest episode. Thanks for listening!
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