I measured the ground clearance as it sits. 10" to the bottom of the skid plate. It has 10" travel up front and I think 10" in the rear. I don't remember exactly but when I had Rick (Cogent Dynamics) build the shock for it I think I asked for 10" travel to match the front. I have 2.75" rider sag on the rear with me sitting on the bike. It is funny that I never thought about ground clearance when planning the conversion. Duh! I don't plan to ride it fast or hard, no big jumps for me. I break too easily now and it takes far too long to heal. It's just a little trailbike to putt around on. Put on the hitch carrier and take it camping. Although I did swing by the local mx track this weekend to ride some but the gate was locked. Maybe next weekend.