Motorcycle Suspension

Product review: K-Tech Razor R rear shock

Product review: K-Tech Razor R rear shock

I've been using this K-Tech Razor R rear shock for two months on my Kawasaki Z900RS Café long-term test bike. The standard rear shock on the RS is on the soft side, there’s no compression...

Review: Bullit shock

Review: Bullit shock

What’s good? Built by British firm K-Tech under their Bullit brand, this shock has made a major difference to my Ducati Scrambler. The Scrambler’s stock item is quite soft and also lacks finesse when...

Product Review: Shock Factory M-Shock for BMW K1 (£350)

Product Review: Shock Factory M-Shock for BMW K1 (£350)

What’s good about the Shock Factory M-Shock? The aftermarket shock on my BMW K1 was completely shot and on an oddball bike such as mine, choices for upgrades are limited. The price of a rebuild on the...

Product review: Wemmi wipes

Product review: Wemmi wipes

Wemmi wipes, £1.99 for a tube of eight Time used: One year What’s good: These small tablets (about double the thickness of an extra strong mint) expand to become a half-way house between a tissue and...

Product review: Hagon shock service

Product review: Hagon shock service

Hagon shock service, £99.50 Miles covered/time: N/a What’s good: Faced with a £300 bill to replace a weary Hagon shock on the extensively neglected 1989 BMW R100GS I bought last year, I was pleased to...

Shock rebuild by Brook Suspension

Shock rebuild by Brook Suspension

Shock rebuild by Brook Suspension, £185 Miles covered/time: 1000/three months What's good: It’s saved over £100 compared to getting a replacement shock for my Kawasaki KR1S. If it hadn't needed a new...

What is fork pitting and how does it affect your suspension?

What is fork pitting and how does it affect your suspension?

Fork pitting happens as a result of objects such as small stones striking the working surface of the forks. Compare and buy motorcycle suspension parts The damage accelerates the wear on the fork...