WP goes air for enduro forks

WP has launched of the new WP XPLOR PRO 7448 Cone Valve Air Fork for enduro bikes costing £2,756.66.. The split system, equipped with a combination of WP AER air system, Cone Valve Damping and Closed Cartridge construction, is th tip of the range and lightest forks for serious enduro

New WP XPLOR enduro shock

WP Suspension is pleased to announce the launch of the new WP XPLOR PRO 8946 Shock. This product of the latest innovation in motorsports and its handcrafted perfection takes the performance of Enduro machines to the limits of what is physically possible. XPLOR PRO helps enduro riders to get through

Britain’s ultimate suspension centre

To go quick you need to get your suspension dialled in and regularly maintained. Top suspension tech Mike Forster at the WP service centre at Fatcat Motopark in the UK talks about the impressive facility and gives tips on how to get everything dialled in right. https://youtu.be/m1jORDuJC_g

Test new 2020-spec WP suspension

WP is offering free demo days will take place at various motocross venues around the UK for riders to try the new range of XACT PRO forks and shock absorbers. See what we thought of the new kit on KTM and Husky 2020 bikes here... https://youtu.be/I1EAKK9aj2E And on a 2020 Kawasaki KX250. https://youtu.be/gvonJzmpJd8

2020 WP XACT Pro suspension tested

WP has reinvented its top-line aftermarket suspension with the new 2020 XACT Pro range, including the new Supertrax shock and new spring fork fitted with cone valve technology. But how good is the new kit and does having a shock with adjustable high and low speed rebound damping as well as

Dixon Kawasaki swaps to WP

The Bike It Dixon Kawasaki Racing team will race in 2019 with official support from WP Suspension. The Kawasaki Europe-supported MX2 team’s Kawasaki KX250 will be fitted with WP 48mm Cone Valve forks and Trax Shock from the Pro Component range for the FIM Motocross World Championship. Darian Sanayei will

Revo makes Trax to WP!

Revo Husqvarna UK will be official supported by WP Suspension this year. The MX2 team, running Husqvarna FC 250 machinery, will fit WP’s renowned Pro Components in the form of WP Cone Valve forks and Trax Shocks. Team riders Mel Pocock and Martin Barr will take advantage of the WP

All change for WP suspension in the UK

WP Suspension is to distributed in the UK through a new network next year. The Austrian parent company, is entrusting the establishment of a new network of Authorised Centres to KTM UK, thus transferring the responsibility of the brand’s products to the Silverstone-based company. Gareth Edmunds has been appointed as WP