Setting the fork’s sag was never easier: Saggle’s sag tool


With a company and product name that leaves little room for interpretation, beginner mountain bikers will rejoice upon hearing the latest news. We all know that setting the correct sag makes the difference between a great and a lousy ride, and we all know that reaching the correct level gets kind of tricky sometimes. So, the Brits from Saggle introduce the very simple, yet effective MTB Suspension Sag Tool.


Actually, it’s such a simple piece of engineering that it’s quite odd it hasn’t been thought of until now. You simply place it aside the fork’s stanchion, and determine the current sag according to the positioning of the rubber indicator (O-ring). If it needs further adjustment, go for it, if not… well, have a great ride! But there are other good parts about Saggle’s prodigy. It’s compatible with a wide range of forks, that have a travel of 100, 120, 130, 140, 150 or 160mm, and it costs a mere 7.99 pounds, or 13.99 if you want a pair. More info can be found on the official website.