The Nireeka has a X-Fusion rear and front fork suspension - both are oil type and both are manual.
Would like to know if a remote lock-out switch can be installed on the front left handle bar? The purpose of the switch is to quickly enable or disable the suspension system when riding on flat terrain and having the most efficient power delivered from the pedals to the wheels. When going up/down hills, the suspension system can be engaged and is useful for maintaining control / stability of the bike.
Currently to lock-out the rear suspension, one would have to stop the Nireeka, park it, go around back and twist the X-Fusion switch. I would assume the same for the front forks. To disable the lock-out, the same procedure is needed.
A much better way is to have a remote lock-out switch on the front left handle bar that allows one to engage or dis-engage the full suspension system whilst riding and in the saddle. It would be a nice feature to have, maybe include this as perk for reaching $800k?
Edit: If the cost for implementing the remote lock out switch on the left handle bar is too high or there's not enough interest from backers, I'd be willing to pay for this feature as an optional item on my Nireeka.