Featured Motorcycle Models

We always keep on top of the latest industry developments so that we can source the latest and very best suspension components for all makes and models.

Want to know how we can tweak your Honda Africa Twin to make it easier to ride off road faster? Interested in finding out how we can make your KTM handle offroad and some motocross work? Looking for a team of mechanics that can make your Adventure bike glide over bumps, debris and potholes?
Read about some of our Featured Bikes below to learn more about motorbike suspension and our capabilities.

[edit] Great choice for an Adventure bike that gobbles up highway KM too. The suspension is a bit of a let down though, but we can sort that out for you. Read more
BMW G650X (All)
[edit] The G650 range includes the X Challenge, X Country and X Moto. They all share the same platform but vary slightly. They have become something of a cult bike, more popular since production ceased. Read more
Ducati Desert X
[edit] Is it the Ultimate Adventure Bike? Ducati certainly seems to think so. Endless power, amazing tech and rugged construction meet a pretty lazy suspension spec. Read more
Ducati Diavel
[edit] Like the riding position but want the suspension to keep up with the engine? Read more
Honda CRF1000/1100L and ATAS Africa Twin
[edit] We upgrade more Africa Twins than any other bike, and Aussies buy more than 400 a year. It's a popular bike that responds really well to a little tweaking. Read more
Honda CRF450X
[edit] Super reliable, unchanged for almost a decade. Well, almost unchanged. Is it really that good? Read more
Honda XR650R
[edit] We know this bike better than anyone, having recieved the first one into Australia in 2000 with Ballards and building engines and suspension for GHR Honda from 2001-2004. Read more
Husqvarna 701
[edit] It's not just a white 690. Bigger tank, longer legs, it's like an up-spec 690! Read more
Kawasaki KLR650
[edit] Tough and reliable, the killer KLR is built like the pyramids. But that is also part of its problem, because those good old, reliable damper rod forks are very last century. They can be made to feel a whole lot more stable and gentle on the arms. Read more
Kawasaki KX250F
[edit] Teknik Motorsport actually raced these in the Pro Lite National MX Series throughout 2006. It's been a while since then, but we keep up to date on them. Read more
KTM 1090 / 1190R Adventure
[edit] KTM had some issues with the 1190 Adventure's rear. The dyno shows lumps and bumps where there shouldn't be. Not to worry though, we finished it off for them. Comparable to suspension 'kits" that cost over $5000AUD. Read more
KTM 690R and Enduro
[edit] The 690 can do such a wide range of motorcycling tasks it's hard to pin it down to one. Read more
[edit] WP Suspension's PDS shock needs the right spring to work well. We did heaps of development for them, and now we have almost double the number of progressive rates and more linear rates available than anyone else. Read more
KTM LC4 620/640 & 625 SXC
[edit] These bikes have given KTM endless enduro wins worldwide. They also make a fantastic adventure bike. Read more
Suzuki DL1000 VStrom 2014+
[edit] The old DL1000 got a big overhaul in 2014, and it's better than the old one. But it is terrifyingly under-damped and wiggles around when pushed. We've tweaked it into something seriously confidence inspiring. Read more
Suzuki DR650SE 1996 on
[edit] A Teknik favorite. We work on more DR's than you can imagine, and we know exactly how to make them do what you want. Read more
Suzuki DRZ400
[edit] The Suzuki DRZ 400 has been a reliable workhorse since 2000 when it was introduced. It's a very reliable motorcycle for a commuter, trail bike or as an adventure bike! We offer a special suspension package. Read more
[edit] A special Italian oddball built out of bits from several other euro bikes, but it can be made to work harmoniously and cope with Aussie conditions. Read more
Triumph Tiger 1050
[edit] Your big soft Tiger could use more bite. With some tuning they can stop feeling bouncy, furry and floaty and turn into something more balanced & solid. Read more
Triumph Tiger 800
[edit] One of the most versatile bikes on the market, it should cope with Australian roads well, given the extra suspension travel, but it's settings are under developed. Read more
Yamaha MT09 / Tracer TRGT / XSR900
[edit] The MT-09 and its two other variants, the Tracer and XSR900. Great engine! Great price! How did Yamaha make a bike so good so cheap? They left the suspension out of the "great" and went budget. Read more
Yamaha T7 Tenere 700 (XTZ690)
[edit] The Yamaha T7 The best of both worlds? Single cylinder feel with twin cylinder power? The new adventure bike standard? Read more
Yamaha WR 250F and 450F
[edit] "The Forks were great when they were new. And then after a short while they turned to crap!" Yep, we've heard this one before. We've fixed it too. Read more
Yamaha WR250R
[edit] It's a great little bike that can do more than you think. Is it the best sub 450cc adventure bike in the world? Read more
Yamaha XT660Z Tenere
[edit] Our suspension guru Nick loves it so much he owns one! Great bike, and very capable. The suspension isn't great from the factory though. Read more