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Suspension affects nearly every aspect of riding a dirt bike: jumping, braking, turning and even just sitting! The suspension is particularly important on a dirt bike. What makes dirt bikes so unique compared to other motorcycles? Obstacles are part of an enjoyable ride! A well-designed motocross track encompasses many obstacles: jumps, berms, whoops and more. Even trails are chosen based on their technical nature. The suspension deals with all of these. That’s why you simply can’t skimp on a dirt bike’s suspension maintenance.
Rocky Mountain ATV/MC carries an extensive selection of dirt bike suspension parts for practically every application. If you need to replace a part and there’s an aftermarket solution, chances are you’ll find it here – and at a lower price than anywhere else! (If you need to find an OEM suspension part, we have an impressive OEM section that deals which practically every little piece on a dirt bike. Just click the OEM button at the top of the page to check it out!)
You can find what you need at Rocky Mountain ATV/MC. For the front suspension, we have everything from fork oil to fork guards to fork seals. For the rear suspension, you’ll find bearings for swingarms, shock linkages and more. We also stock a variety of suspension tools to ensure that when it is maintenance time, the process is quick and painless instead of frustrating and time-consuming.
We carry many brands which are known for their prestige, including Pivot Works, All Balls, Hammerhead, Race Tech, SKF, Tusk and many more. Whether you stick to the local motocross track or travel every trail you can find, think of Rocky Mountain ATV/MC when dirt bike suspension is on your mind!
Dennis in ID
When I tightened the first 12mm bolt to the instruction manual spec of 100ftlbs, the inner bolt on the radius rod snapped in half. Luckily I had a spare bolt, but could have been a PITA. Looks good though, and installs easy enough.Read All Reviews
Radoslaw in SK
Just installed it two weeks ago on my Klr 650 and a gin I've sat on it and test drive it a little and like the way it feels might have to play with the rebound a bit bit I'll do that when I ride it more! Using 10 weight oil and 150 psi nitrogen..Read All Reviews