Discussion Starter · #21 ·
Nothing against ESA, and in fact I've never ridden an ESA equipped bike. I just enjoy tuning my suspension manually to get it exactly how I like it. Being confined to suspension modes, all of which may be a comprimise doesn't sound ideal to me, but perhaps this is not entirely the case? Anyways, I like the simplicity of manual adjusters. I would rather not pay extra for ESA and then put that money towards aftermarket non-ESA suspension which would likely perform better. That said I would absolutely pick up an ESA bike if the price was right. Seems like it's hard to find one without ESA, although I did locate one not too far from me.I’m not aware of any aftermarket forks for the LC Roadster (may possibly be cartridge inserts to fit the silver forks).
What do you have against ESA?