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  1. Hi guys, So I've been using my Wahoo Kickr (direct drive) with my dual suspension MTB (1 x 12) for about 2 or so years now without any issues. Currently doing training plans on Zwift with ERG mode and to date have been able to produce the required power for the plan I'm doing. The Mrs won't allow another bike in the house so this is out of the question. Front and rear are both locked out but still seeing about 20% travel on rear suspension. Not really concerned about travel on front fork. I'm not planning on riding on the road so my focus remains trail riding. Question time: Am I do myself a disservice with my current setup in terms of training/gaining power due to the squish factor?Is my current setup simulating MTB riding which has some squish and should be left as is?Should I add air to my rear suspension to completely stiffen it up (based on Fox's guidelines)?I have noticed that in Zwift races, it's really hard to put the power down and does feel like i'm losing out here. Any other feedback would be great, thanks
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