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Hagon shock absorbers
Today the range of Hagon Shocks contains more than 500 monoshocks and this wide assortment gets extended with every new technological innovation Hagon makes. However, the Hagon range doesn’t stop at monoshocks, it also consists of pairs of rear shocks and springs for the front fork of your motorcycle. When placing your Hagon monoshock order at Cafe Racer Webshop, you can provide us with the details of your motorcycle. This way we can adjust it to fit your motorcycle perfectly.
Hagon suspension monoshock
A Hagon monoshock is a shock absorber that’s mostly mounted centrally in the motorcycle. The standard monoshocks can be lengthened or shortened and come as stainless steel shock absorbers with black springs. Monoshocks can be stiffened for sidecar use and adjusted to your liking. The piston in a monoshock is much wider than those in twin shocks and offers more precise shock absorption. This in turn results in the motorcycle being more stable and easier to handle.
Hagon twin shocks
Besides monoshock absorbers you can also choose Hagon twin shock absorbers. These are rear shocks that are mounted at both sides of your cafe racer. With two rear shocks the weight of the load, such as the rider, on the motorcycle gets divided over the two shocks better than a monoshock. Add to that that twin shocks are easier to manufacture and with that also easier to maintain.
Hagon Shocks springs
The rear of your motorcycle isn’t the only side that needs shock absorption. The front also needs the right springs to absorb the shocks that your motorcycle has to endure. In our range you can find plenty of front fork Hagon springs for different motorbike brands and the different bike models, like Triumph springs and BMW springs. This way you’ll always find the perfect springs for your motorcycle.
The motorcycle shocks by Hagon Shocks UK are so called progressive suspension shocks. This means that the shock springs are softer and easily compressed with smaller bumps and get ‘progressively’ firmer with more pressure. Like this the springs never bottom out and you get the best shock absorption!
Buy Hagon Shocks UK at Cafe Racer Webshop
In our range you will find plenty of motorcycle rear shocks and motorcycle springs from the innovative motorbike suspension brand Hagon Shocks. Here you can provide us with the details of your motorcycle and we will provide you with the best motorcycle suspension for your bike. So, if you require a particular shock absorber that’s not listed in our webshop, don’t hesitate to contact us. We would love to help you find the perfect suspension products!
Answers via our FAQ
Can’t figure out what Hagon shock absorbers fit your motorbike best? Or do you still have questions after reading the text above? For this you can take a look at the FAQ below, to see if your question is listed. If your question is not there, don’t hesitate to contact us for personalised advice on what Hagon Shock fits your motorcycle best. A fellow motorcycle enthusiast will be happy to help you with your cafe racer project.
Why choose Hagon shocks?
Hagon shocks have a very classic look and are really good quality as well. If you are rebuilding a bike in a classic style, these shocks are the ones to go for!
Which Hagon shock absorbers do I need for my motorcycle?
It depends on the motorcycle which shocks you'll need. But, whichever ones you end up choosing, the shocks will always be made to your liking and to the exact specifications of your motorcycle.
Are Hagon shocks customisable?
This depends on the motorcycle you use the shocks for. No matter what though, the shocks will at least always be made to your liking and to fit the exact specifications of your bike.
How to mount Hagon shocks?
You mount the Hagon shocks in the same way as the original shocks come off the bike.
How to adjust Hagon shock absorbers?
Most shocks come with a special half open wrench. You can use this wrench to adjust the pre-load of your shocks.
How to test Hagon shocks?
You can sit on your motorcycle first and put some pressure on the shocks. If this holds, you can go for a short ride and try out some speed bumps along the way to test them further.
When to change Hagon shocks?
You change the shocks when you want an upgrade for your motorbike or when you just have to replace the old ones.
Where are Hagon shocks made?
Hagon shocks originate in England, but will be put together for you by a small team of professionals in the Netherlands.