Join Date: Aug 2006
Location: Ann Arbor, MI
Bikes: Trek 7200 FX ('05), Trek 6000 ('07)
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I was looking at the Specialized FutureShock and the AFR rear shock on their mini flash site showcasing their technology.
The AFR looks pretty normal aside from the self-adjusting dampening (adjusts while you ride). However looking at the FutureShock is confusing. Is it actually two
shocks in one? I mean the top portion is shown as a pneumatic (air) shock to absorb small bumps while the bottom is a coil/spring shock to handle big ones? I'm confused... Am I looking at this totally wrong or is that it?
Woah... Awesome R&D... Specialized should be congratulated
Well then again Trek came out with the ABP and Full Floater which look pretty intense as well