Snowrider WENDIGO 120
This snowbike kit is built especially for fans of extreme mountain freeride. Excellent for riding in complicated topography with deep snow surface.
Among kit features:
- New platform 2022 with the milled frame made of aluminum alloy
- Belt drive system in gearbox, toothed belt with carbon fiber cord
- Powerful gearbox housing, which is shock resistant
- Four-piston brake caliper, fully isolated from snow
- Titanium transmission shafts
- Ski SNOWRIDER Freeride, width 310 mm
- Track Dominator 2.56
- Suspension based on I-shape rails with shock absorbers YSS G-Racing series having HI-LOW Speed Technology
- Fully enclosed tunnel, snow guard in front
- Comfortable and stylish polymer-made handlebar in tail part of tunnel
Motorcycle adapter set is not included.
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Advice for tuning a Snowrider set
Configuring the snowbike suspension correctly will make riding as comfortable as it should be, so spend some time on this before you dart off into a snowy expanse. Settings, however, can change – and be changed – with riding style, weather and conditions around. We are going to mention only essentials and basic, average configurations of adapters.
The front fork of the motorcycle should be made more rigid. With a ski instead of a wheel the snowbike encounters greater resistance – however smooth the snow, it creates drag. Thus, you should tighten up the springs somewhat, screw in the compression-decompression bolts to increase the resistance of oil in the fork. For maximum effect you could even replace the springs for a more rigid kind or pump up air forks. Using a more viscous oil (10-20W) would also make a difference. A harder fork will let the fork “float” higher over the snow and move the center of gravity a little to the back. This will, in turn, elevate the front somewhat – helpful when maneuvering.
The Snowrider track set lets you adjust shock absorbers springs' preload and the speed of their decompression. Since the shock absorbers are located one behind the other, you can experiment with various settings for the front one, the rear one, both and so on. On the whole, tighter springs and slower decompression (with a screwed-in bolt) are more appropriate for aggressive riding with sharp turns and leaps and hard surfaces. Gentler settings will improve the snowbike’s cross-country ability as the suspension will be able to compensate for uneven, loose snow and adapt to it. It is better not to tighten up the shock absorbers overmuch if you plan on rolling over snowdrifts.
It is possible to make one shock absorber more rigid than the other. This will change the profile of the Snowrider set and redistribute the weight. The absorber closer to the bike affects its “floating” on slow, the one more distant is more involved in leaps, strong compression and hard-surface rides.