Revalve

WHY REVALVE YOUR SUSPENSION?

The chances of your stock suspension being set-up for your unique height, weight, skill level and the type of riding you do is slight. Whether you ride motocross, adventure touring, street, enduro, mountain bike, supercross, arenacross, supermoto, desert or single track, you are not getting the most performance out of your suspension unless it is set-up for your size and the type of riding you do.

The wrong set-up results in either too harsh a ride or constant bottoming partnered with unpredictability, less traction and cornering ability, lack of control and most importantly confidence in your ride.

Today’s motorcycles are more powerful than ever, right off the showroom floor. There is no lack of horsepower. For the price of an exhaust system or engine modifications, you can ensure that your power is getting to the ground and staying there by customizing your stock suspension. Custom suspension is not limited to motocross tracks and big jumps, which is a common misconception.

This service includes all the work involved in a standard rebuild. Additionally, we modify the internal dampening features to give you a customized set-up for your individual weight, ability, riding style and type of terrain encountered. Your settings are individualized, so our support does not end at the time of delivery. We will work with you to make your revalve optimum for you with unlimited phone support and rework as needed. We are here so you can ride and race with confidence.

FRONT FORK REVALVE

The front fork is completely disassembled, cleaned and inspected. Worn parts are replaced, then modifications to the damping system are done based on your weight, ability, riding style and type of riding you do. The front fork is reassembled using SKF and OEM products and seals with the best oils and lubricants available.

REAR SHOCK REVALVE

The rear shock is completely disassembled, cleaned, and inspected. Worn parts are replaced, then modifications to the dampening system are done based on your weight, ability, riding style and type of riding you do. The rear shock is reassembled using SKF and OEM products and seals with the best oils and lubricants available.