Monoshocks For Motorcycles






Generally monoshocks are not cheap! There are a few popular older bikes covered in the cheaper Betor range, but mainly if you don't want to spend too much, you'll still need to bite the bullet and fork out the best part of £300 for a Hagon or a YSS shock. Most monoshocks are built with a single damping adjuster as well as preload adjustment, so you're getting a better shock than the original. The more expensive models have separate rebound and compression damping adjusters, and in some cases separate high- and low-speed compression damping adjusters. These shocks will allow you (at a price, and with some time and effort to set them up!) to maximise handling and roadholding. We suggest that you only go for these shocks if you're ready to invest considerable time in getting the set-up right for you: badly adjusted shocks can give a worse ride than cheaper shocks with less adjustment possibilities....

Either way, we can supply a wide range and we'll find the best value option for you: Click on a brand below to get details.

We aim to have the most competitive prices around for all our shocks, so if you can find a better deal elsewhere please give us a call. The price shown is the price you pay, including vat and delivery to most areas of mainland UK.

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  • Betor                                     a limited range of good value shocks

  • Betor shock for Yamaha XJ600 /S Diversion 1992-on £189

  • YSS                                                 NEW GENERATION SHOCKS BECOMING VERY POPULAR,   QUALITY UNITS OFFERING EXCELLENT VALUE,  MADE IN THAILAND

  • YSS shock for Yamaha FJ1200 3cv model   £279

  • HAGON                                  UK MADE SHOCKS,  VERY WIDE RANGE OF APPLICATIONS,  EXTREMELY POPULAR





  • Hagon shock for 2016 Triumph Bonneville Bobber   £277

  • Since Alf Hagon’s motorcycle spares business took over Girling Suspension in the 1970s HAGONs have manufactured shocks for a very wide list of applications. Over the years the shocks have been improved enormously and new ranges introduced, and they sell in their 1,000s all over the world. All their shocks are made in the UK, all come with the correct bushes to fit straight on to your bike, and all have a 2-year unlimited mileage warranty.
  • EMC                                              DESIGNED & MANUFACTURED IN FRANCE, TRIPLE-TUBE SHOCKS FOR COMFORT AND CONTROL



    EMC have been designing and building bike suspension in France since 1997. They're a smallish company, with a production of around 5,000 shocks per year, but they are real quality units. All shocks (except the entry level MT46) use triple tube technology, which results in a very well planted and comfortable ride. And while other manufacturers' shocks are separately adjustable for rebound and/or compression damping, EMC engineer their shocks so that the adjusters maintain a desirable ratio between the two, and impact more on fine tuning high speed and low speed damping.

    They have a wide range of applications covered by a range of 5 different performance level monoshocks, all built to order with the correct springs for rider weight and riding style.

    The MT46 range as the entry level shock has a double-acting gas monotube damper with gas volume compensator to maintain shock performance under varying conditions. It is steel bodied with alloy fittings, SKF ball joint mountings and stepless preload adjustment. Designed as a real improvement over the original shocks on road and trail bikes, the shock is perhaps a little expensive compared to other brands as it has no damping adjustment, but it is one of the cheapest built to order shocks around.

    Sportshock 1 is the biggest selling range. It has a tri-tube, low pressure gas volume compensator damper mainly designed to optimize comfort with high movement speed damping adjustment. The rebound and compression ratio is already optimized and make adjustment easy. With 26 clicks, it has a wide range of adjustment to suit all tastes. Unlike an emulsion damper, the SportShock1 maintains a gas-in-oil suspension of consistent quality,giving a well-planted feel despite a poor road state or a rise in temperature.

    Sportshock 2 is a higher spec version of Sportshock 1, and still targetted at sporty riding on public roads rather than track use. The SportShock 2 is an easy to adjust low pressure gas volume compensator tri-tube damper. The rebound and compression ratio is already optimized, and damping controls for high and low speed movement are now separated. One 26-click knob controls the high speed movement like the SportShock1 (comfort) and the 26-click second knob takes care of of low speed movements (traction and stability).

    Sportshock 3 is designed for bikes which are regularly used on track days. The steel outer case of the Sportshock 1 & 2 is replaced by a lightweight anodised aluminium body, with a tri-tube low pressure gas volume compensator damper. The three adjusters allow separate high and low speed rebound damping, and high speed compression damping. The adjustment is easier and each setting has 26 clicks. Another advantage of the tri-tube system at low gas pressure is to maintain stability as the shock temperature rises. Moreover, the oil EMC use in their shocks has a viscosity SAE 0W (4.4 mm2/s at 100°F), which allows the dampers to have equal and constant operation independently of the temperature.

    Sportshock 4 improves on the Sportshock 3 with 4-way damping adjustment, and is a shock recommended for high level competition use. It is a tri-tube low pressure gas volume compensator damper, even easier to adjust than the SportShock3. The rebound settings (high and low speed) do not influence the compression settings (high and low speed), so there is less trade-off in the setting up. The four 26-click adjusters allow the bike's handling and roadholding to be set up to accurately match track conditions and rider preferences.

    All EMC shocks are built to order with springs to suit rider weight and riding habits, with SKF ball joint mountings and stepless preload adjustment. All aluminium parts are machined from strong, lightweight 7075 billet aluminium by EMC. Most shocks can be fitted with a hydraulic preload adjuster, although as ever this is an expensive option at £150. We can arrange for EMC to build specials ie shorter or longer than standard to alter ride height, or length adjusters can be built in for an extra £50. Uprated shocks can also be specified for bikes with sidecars for a small extra charge. And if you prefer a black spring it's available for £20 extra.    Made in France, delivery is normally 3 weeks.


      • MT46

      • £299
      • Sportshock 1

      • £415
      • Sportshock 2

      • £489
      • Sportshock 3

      • £580
      • Sportshock 4

      • £699
    EMC Monoshock MT46 @ £299
    EMC Sportshock 1 @ £415
    EMC Sportshock 2 @ £489
    EMC Sportshock 3 @ £580
    EMC Sportshock 4 @ £699

  • BITUBO                                   ITALIAN FIRM BITUBO PRODUCE A RANGE OF STYLISH, WELL-ENGINEERED SHOCKS FOR ROAD BIKES THROUGH TO BSB RACE WINNERS























    Bitubo WZE Monoshock from @ £329
    Bitubo WZM Monoshock for TL1000S @ £498
    Bitubo XZE Monoshock @ £429
    Bitubo XZE11 Monoshock @ £459
    Bitubo XZE31 Monoshock @ £645
    Bitubo XXF11 Monoshock from £785
    Bitubo XXF31 Monoshock from £968

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    Where an exact price cannot be quoted due to different prices for different bike models, there is no commitment in placing an order. We will advise price and availability before you decide whether or not to confirm the order.

  • Wilbers                                One of the largest shock makers worldwide, wilbers make thoroughly well designed & built shocks - they're german!

    Wilbers Configurations

    530- and 540-series shocks form the Ecoline ranges. They are road bike shocks with preload adjustment only: 530s have 36mm diameter pistons, while the 540s are wider shocks with 46mm pistons.  Ecoline shocks are available with black springs only.

  • 630- and 640-series shocks are part of the Adjustline ranges. They are road bike shocks with 22-click rebound damping adjustment in addition to preload: 630s have 36mm diameter pistons, while the 640s are wider shocks with 46mm pistons.  Springs are either blue or black, or all-black 'nightline' shocks are available for £ extra. The pictures show a 'blueline' 630 and a 'nightline' 640.  630s and 640s are the same price, with 630s being the shock of choice where mounting space is limited.

  • 641, 642 and 643-series shocks have more damping adjust options and are aimed at track day and race bike owners. They all have the larger 46mm diameter pistons, with separate high- and low-speed compression damping adjustment (22 clicks of each) in addition to the rebound damping control. 631s have remote reservoirs connected by steel hydraulic hose, giving the option of mounting the reservoir away from the shock when space is tight, and also to locate it where the airflow can best cool it. 642s have the reservoir mounted 'tradtionally' in line with the main shock body, while 643s have the reservoir mounted either at right-angles to the top of the shock, or on a swivel mount to optimise mounting position. Springs are either blue or black, or all-black 'nightline' shocks are available for £ extra. The pictures show a 'nightline' 641 and a 'blackline' 642.  There are various bike-specific configurations in the 643 series, and prices vary depending on the application.

  • Wilbers 530-Series Monoshock from £331
    Wilbers 540-Series Monoshock from £347
    Wilbers 630-Series Monoshock from £428
    Wilbers 640-Series Monoshock from £428
    Wilbers 641-Series Monoshock from £589
    Wilbers 642-Series Monoshock from £670

    Where an exact price cannot be quoted due to different prices for different bike models, there is no commitment in placing an order. We will advise price and availability before you decide whether or not to confirm the order.

  • M-SHOCK                             SHOCKS BUILT TO ORDER TO SUIT YOUR WEIGHT & RIDE HEIGHT.      PERFORMANCE BALANCED WITH COMFORT

  • Showing the differences between M-Shock and M-Shock2 damping adjusters.

    M-Shock2    £439

  • Typical M-Shock    £339

  • M-Shock Monoshock @ £339
    M-Shock2 Monoshock @ £439

  • HYPERPRO                           WIDE RANGE OF APPLICATIONS, SHOCKS HAVE VERY PROGRESSIVE SPRINGS



    Hyperpro 460-Series Monoshock £399
    Hyperpro 460-Series Streetbox Kit from £471.50
    Hyperpro 461-Series Monoshock £594
    Hyperpro 467-Series Monoshock £645

    Where an exact price cannot be quoted due to different prices for different bike models, there is no commitment in placing an order. We will advise price and availability before you decide whether or not to confirm the order.

  • NITRON                                  UK MADE RACE-WINNING SHOCKS,  NOW AVAILABLE FOR A GOOD RANGE OF ROAD BIKES

    All Nitron shocks are custom built, valved and sprung to suit your weight, any passengers or luggage carried, and riding style. They come with a 2-year warranty and are fully rebuildable and re-valveable.
    If you're not a fan of the factory style turquoise, black springs are a no-cost option.

    PRICES: Most R1's are £429,     R2's start from £605,     R3's are from £689    and Race PRO's cost from £885.
    Prices for the ADV Adventure range are £499, £675, & £749. 
    Delivery is around 2 weeks.

    Nitron design their shocks to suit individual bikes, and recommend the best reservoir configuration for each bike. As a result, prices vary - ask for a quote for your bike.

  • K-TECH                                   TOP CLASS UK-MADE SHOCKS FOR A LIMITED RANGE OF FAST ROAD & RACE BIKES

    UK Company K-Tech have been building very successful race bike shocks for more than 25 years. They are supremely well engineered, top performance shocks. At the 2017 TT over half of top ten finishers in all TT races were riding K-Tech Suspension. And 60% of podium winners were on K-Tech. Brilliant, and they're made in the UK!!

    For monoshock bike owners, K-Tech's top of the range DDS Pro shock goes from strength to strength; and they are now steadily expanding their range of applications to include sportier road bikes as well as racers. Middle weight bikes are served by the Razor-R / RR range, while there's a Lite version of the DDS Pro if you're not into full-on racing.

    All K-Tech shocks are custom built, valved and sprung to suit your bike, weight and riding habits. They come with a 2-year warranty and are fully rebuildable and re-valveable.



    Razor R monoshocks are made for a limited range of middleweights, principally from 2013 on:

    Honda
    GROM, MSX125

    Kawasaki
    EX300R Ninja, Z800

    KTM
    RC390

    Yamaha
    FZ-07, FZ-09, MT-07, MT-09,
    YZF-R3, YZF-R320



    The K-Tech Razor-R shock absorber offers middle weight road bikes refined handling and enhanced performance over the standard equipment. Increased performance and control result from separate compression and rebound damping adjustment, together with the cooling effect of a discrete hydraulic reservoir. Stepless preload and damper length adjustments cover all the options.

    A Razor-R Lite version, an in-line shock without separate compression damping adjustment, is available for some bikes (including MT07, MT09 & YZF-R3) at £415.

    K-Tech Razor-R   from £467



    The K-Tech Razor-RR shock absorber is an enhanced model designed for track day/race use.  Featuring all the same benefits as the Razor-R, the RR model has optimised internal settings to enhance performance for track orientated use.

    K-Tech Razor-RR   from £663



    The K-Tech DDS Lite rear shock has been designed for the customer that demands a high level of performance at a competitive price. Sharing all the same high quality components as the DDS "Pro" version the DDS "Lite" performs to the same high level without the hydraulic spring preload adjustment or the "unique" Bypass Valve adjustment that is found on the "Pro" version. This shock can be upgraded to the "Pro" specification at a later date.

    With 32 clicks each of rebound and compression damping adjustment, stepless preload and damper length adjustment, and K-Tech's unique DDS damping technology, these shocks are special.

    K-Tech DDS Lite    £885



    The K-Tech DDS Pro rear shock has been designed for use at the highest level of racing and developed has continued during successes in major championships around the world. Like all other K-Tech products it has been designed and manufactured in the UK using the latest design software and highest grades of materials. It has full 5-way adjustability including K-Tech's unique 16-click ByPass Valve adjuster which controls both compression and rebound damping adjustment to assist with chassis control at low velocity shock movement to enhance tyre feel and grip. The DDS (Direct Damping System) uses a smaller piston rod which keeps the system more stable over a wider temperature range due to its small displacement. Damping is controlled by a 32mm piston which allows the use of larger shims for improved feel.

    K-Tech DDS Pro    from £1178

    K-Tech Razor-R Monoshock from £467
    K-Tech Razor-RR Monoshock from £663
    K-Tech DDS Lite Monoshock from £885
    K-Tech DDS Pro Monoshock from £1178
    K-Tech Bullit Monoshock for Ducati Scrambler £379

    Where an exact price cannot be quoted due to different prices for different bike models, there is no commitment in placing an order. We will advise price and availability before you decide whether or not to confirm the order.

  • PROGRESSIVE                 US MADE SHOCKS,    BEAUTIFULLY FINISHED,    NOT CHEAP BUT THEY WORK WELL








  • Progressive 465 shock shown with remote hydraulic preload adjuster (RAP) fitted   £693



  • Progressive 465-Series Monoshock £479
    Progressive 465-Series with Hydraulic Preload £693

  • MATRIS                                    TOP QUALITY ITALIAN BRAND WITH RACE-WINNING PEDIGREE






    • KD from £535

    • K from £687

    • R from £1070

    The Matris monoshock range is available in 3 models: KD, K and R. All are built to the same exacting standards, very lightweight, CNC machined and hand built not welded. The KD single damping adjustment is for Road use, the K or two way damping adjustment is for Road and Track use and the R or three way damping adjustment is for Road, Track and Race use. The design is based around a 46mm diameter piston with a 16mm diameter piston rod. All have continuously variable preload adjustment with a hydraulic adjuster option. The differences between the models are:

    The KD single adjustment shock is intended principally as a road shock. It uses a single damping adjuster to make it very easy for a road rider to get the right set up for their own personal use. It also has spring preload adjustment and in most cases ride height adjustment. Many are also available with the addition of the Hydraulic Preload Adjuster.

    The K two way adjustable shock is a more sophisticated unit intended for road and track use. It uses two damping control adjustments to independently control rebound and compression or bump damping. Ideal for fast road or track day use.

    The R three way adjustable shock is intended primarily for race and track use with specifications the same as the two way adjustable shock, except with the addition of independently adjustable hi and low speed compression damping. It is ride height adjustable and is fitted with a Hydraulic preload adjuster as standard. All shocks are fully rebuildable and re-valveable.

    With a Matris shock absorber, you can feel a difference with every click of damping adjustment you make and you can see it on a Shock Dyno! This is achieved by the absolute precise engineering of internal components. These shocks are built to order in the italian factory, so delivery can be a little slow. Normally 4 weeks, although they usually shut down for august!

  • Fournales                      high pressure air shocks give supreme ride quality - controlled & comfortable - plus easily adjustable for varying loads








  • Fournales monoshock shown mounted on Kawasaki ER6f         £575