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Gears Racing Product Application List Update!

Posted October 16th, 2017

We've made a very large update to our application list on the Products Page, now covering options for Harley Davidson, Triumph, MV Agusta, Ducati, and more additions to widen our previous offerings. Visit our Product page to see what's new!


Test Fitting for the BMW G310R

Posted July 11th, 2017

Gears Racing is happy to announce that we've started test fitting our shocks for the BMW G310R, starting with an upcoming custom build utilizing our EV2. While we were there, though, we thought we might as well get the H2 Plus shock tube test fitted to see if there were any modifications we needed to make to release a performance-oriented rear shock for those looking to push their G310R to the limit! See more photos here


MV Agusta Reparto Corse Track Day Taiwan

Posted June 9th, 2017

Gears Racing was happy to be invited to be a part of the MV Agusta Brand Event and Track Day Event in Taiwan early this month, where owners were given an opportunity to learn how to ride their bikes like a true racer and see a glimpse into the future for the MV Agusta Brand. See more photos here


Project Cobalt Storm of JSK Moto

Posted May 11, 2017

JSK Moto recently unveiled their latest custom build, named Project Cobalt Storm, featuring a Gears Racing H2 Plus suspension. Project Cobalt Storm continues the JSK ideology of bringing back the classic designs with modern tools and techniques, which resulted in a brilliant café racer and flat tracker synergy, allowing for adaptability for tearing up the streets, or hitting the dirt. See the full design article here on the JSK Moto website


H2 Tests by MotoAmerica Racer

Posted April 17, 2017

Kris Lillegard of KK47 Racing in the MotoAmerica Supersport Series tested our suspension on his MV Agusta F3 675 race bike, and on the Yamaha R3 and R6. Kris reported a more stable ride that allowed him to push his bike harder in the corners - great news for those looking to get more from their suspension! Read his personal testimonial and praise here!