Want to raise the rear of you Bonneville T100-T120?


An easy solution to make your Triumph more sporty!

Since 1959, Triumph Bonneville tells a story of timeless charm with an unmistakable aesthetic, it tells of travels and sportiness, but most of all it tells/speaks about fun!

A characteristic that has always distinguished Triumph motorcycles was the pleasure of driving.

With its two parallel cylinders engine and the excellent cycling, Bonneville does not disappoint the expectations, but it is also true that the excellent cycling in the case of Bonneville can be customized to meet the needs of its owners. Since 2006, The Bonnevilles are very stable motorcycles during curve travel, but they are also a bit lazy and slow in the change of direction as well as in narrow streets or city traffic.

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Problems with Triumph suspensions?


An upgrade to make your suspensions similar to a race bike with less money.


We all know, our bike is not really ours until we customize it. When we decide to have more performances we usually buy some expensive products, like sports exhausts, additional control unit, more powerful braking systems or something like that, but we often do not consider a fundamental component: the suspensions. If you pay attention, when constructors create a track model, they always change suspensions.

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Have you ever felt some problems with your forks? Maybe the solution is easier and cheaper than you think.

Fork Spring Pre-load Adjustment kit for Triumph Fork Tube

Here some maintenance tips to keep front end in the best possible conditions!

Have you ever note some wobbling or other abnormal behavior? Have you ever been in the situation that you have to change your forks, but you did not do it because it’s too expensive? Maybe your problem can be solved in a cheaper way.

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