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Published on Mar 8, 2012
Current front forks on motocross bikes offer a ton of various adjustments, compression, rebound, sometimes spring preload, or even separate high and low speed damping adjustments on some high end components. The suspension on an average bike these days is trickier than factory stuff from only a few years ago. Yet with all these advancements, front forks still don't include an easy way to bleed built up air pressure. The new Motion Pro Micro Bleeders solve this problem and provide a substantial improvement over the old aftermarket fork bleeders.
The air pressure inside your forks can vary depending on many conditions including temperature, fork position, altitude, etc. This air is sealed into your forks, essentially acting like an additional spring to the actual steel springs in your fork. If the pressure is too high in your fork, it can feel harsh, be resistant to full travel, lack sensitivity, and damage the fork seals.