High Performance suspension for modern Adventure Touring motorcycles

Posted by on Oct 11, 2012 in New Products | 3 comments

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Riding a KLR650, V-Strom, BMW F650 or other Adventure biased machine? Notice how sloppy the rear end is when you load it up? Is it loaded enough to compress the suspension and force it to sit straight up on the kick stand? Maybe fallen over a few times? Feeling that bottoming out “clunk” of the sharp stuff? We thought so. Here’s the deal; the factory has no idea how much you weigh, how much gear you plan to carry or how big that drop off is that leads into your favorite riding spot and they will always err on the soft side. We hate that and have a number of solutions to help transform your bike into the adventure machine you dream of.

Highly adjustable rear suspension: http://www.progressivesuspension.com/465RAP/index.html

Progressive Rate Fork Springs: http://www.progressivesuspension.com/forkspringsmetric/index.html

Fork Cartridge Kits: http://www.progressivesuspension.com/metric/klrmonotube/index.html

All designed to help you see the true potential of your motorcycle!

3 Comments

  1. Hi guys im riding a 97 KLR and i would like to improve my original shock maybe just by replacing the spring ! What you think ? I weigh 190 pounds and sometimes i ride whit my girlfriend 125 pounds. I want to know how much it will cost me for a spring + shipping. I live in quebec Canada J0S 1G0. Thanks a lot !

  2. I ride a 2012 Ultra Classic Limited, i am looking for shocks to help lower the bike since i am a short rider, also we are both big people, what do suggest?

    • We would suggest the 944-4020UT they are a 12 inch shock so it should lower your bike 1 inch. They have a heavy duty spring and the best valving we offer. They are not an air shock so you will get a much better ride. Best part is that even though they are a 12 inch shock they have the same travel as a 13 inch shock.

      Hope this helps, feel free to give us a call (714-523-8700) or reply here.

      Thanks!