12% Reduction in Shock and Vibration
- Smooth ride
- More control
- Less rider fatigue
Motion Instruments, a data acquisition testing specialist, mounted accelerometers (“G-force” sensors) to two test bikes and ran a course with CushCore and without CushCore. The accelerometer is mounted to the head tube, which can accurately measure bump forces as they are experienced by the rider.
The table shows cumulative G-forces (“shock & vibration”) — all the bumps added together during 4 hours of testing. Riders with CushCore experienced 11-12% reduction in shock and vibration.
|RIDER 1||RIDER 2|
|Shock/Vibration without CushCore||8,258||6,079|
|Shock/Vibration with CushCore||7,263||5,435|
Read the complete test report from Motion Instruments HERE.