Measuring and adjusting suspension sag (see How To Set Rider Sag here) are the first steps in setting up any bike's suspension. An easy way to think of sag is as a measure of how much suspension travel is available to extend down into dips like potholes. Having the proper amount of sag is important for many reasons, including ride quality and handling. Do you know how to check suspension sag? In this video from the MC Garage, we'll walk you through the process and provide tips for determining if the spring rates in your bike are right for your weight.