I know I will take some heat for this but it was the only way to get the trike out of Minnesota in Jan. with 3 ft of snow on the ground and icy roads. I put the trike in an enclosed trailer tied it down and set out on a 5500 mile trip to the south and west. Now that I am home and started riding it the suspension seems alot softer than it used to be both front and back. I am wondering if having the springs compressed for all those miles and with the bouncing in the trailer it took some of the tension out of them making the ride softer now? It doesn't bottom out or anything like that, it just has a softer ride now. Has anybody experinced anything like this ??