Just adjust your pre-tention on the rear shock. That should do the trick. If you want something that doesnn´t sag, you need a road bike or a cruiser. I´m 6 ft 1 and weigh 240 pds. I have done a few rough trails with jumps on mine and had no problems whatsoever. A good buy
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