High Performance Shocks For Triumph Models

triumphshockThrough the most recent model releases of the Bonny, the Thruxton and Scrambler the young generation is discovering the very special character of Triumph motorcycles. A very unique design and performance pedigree. Older generation is already convinced of Triumph’s great riding experience. A riding experience that can be improved by those that demand more of their bikes than weekend coffee runs.

From Progressive, America’s premier manufacturer of motorcycle suspension, The 970 Series shocks are inspired by racers, offering a combination of high pressure gas monotube design with deflective disc damping routed through two unique circuits and adjustable for compression damping via an easily accessible knob. Under $1000. (Apps also available for Harley Dyna, Harley XR1200, Harley Sportster) Progressive Suspension 970 Series Shocks (picture shocks on RSD Triumph Thruxton)

4 Responses to “High Performance Shocks For Triumph Models”

  1. 1 nicker Aug 7th, 2013 at 8:46 pm

    Wow… double-take….!!!

    Performance after-market parts for Triumphs are back.
    Never thought that would ever happen again.
    How cool is-zat.


  2. 2 cooldaddy51 Aug 8th, 2013 at 11:18 am

    The popularity of Triumphs is Increasing tremendously.See a lot more of them and they have a serious following and brand loyalty. Not to mention best bang for the buck! Bonny for seven grand!

  3. 3 cbarter Aug 8th, 2013 at 2:17 pm

    FYI. The amount of after market performance and style parts for the new Bonneville, Thruxton etc. is actually quite staggering.
    That said, “less than $1000” for the Progressive shocks is ridiculous. What are they made out of, solid gold? Lots of quality after market shocks are available for the Bonnie, Thrux.
    Icon and Hagon and others come to mind.

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