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For illustration, elevating the rear of the bike by as little as 10 millimeters will cut back the wheelbase and the rake, permitting the motorcycle to expose faster with less effort required from the rider. But elevating front fork by a matching amount will do exactly the opposite, expanding rake and wheelbase. This results in extra balance, particularly at higher speeds, at the cost of higher effort to initiate and hold a turn. The reasoning behind a rider's option to raise his motorbike's height will depend totally on the diversity of riding he uses most. A cruiser type motorbike, usually lower to the ground, can easily bottom out over larger bumps and dips, allowing the motorcycle's frame and engine to make contact with the street below. Increasing the height of this specific motorcycle would augment ground clearance, combating road irregularities from becoming a problem.

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