At Art of War Suspension Technologies, we have extensive experience in working on motorcycle revalves—in fact, we have spent many years working on the bikes of professional motocross competitors. Today, we offer our services to both professional and non-professional riders, and one of those services is suspension revalves. In this article, we’ll go over more information to help you determine whether your bike needs a suspension revalve.
• What is a suspension revalve? To put it simply, the term suspension revalve refers to a process of adjusting the components of your motorcycle that control the flow of oil and other fluids. The valves of your bike control its suspension, which affects how smooth or rough your ride is and how easy the bike is to control. Our team can adjust your valves to calibrate your suspension to your exact height and weight, improving the quality of your ride.
• What are some signs that my bike needs a suspension revalve? There are several indictors that your bike could benefit from a suspension revalve. For example, if you notice that your bike bounces a lot when going over rough terrain, clunking when landing after a jump, or jutting up sharply when the front wheel hits an obstacle, then there’s probably a problem with your suspension. In addition, you probably also need a revalve if your bike doesn’t control well when going around turns—if the bike dives when you brake or turn, or the front tucks or pushes during those maneuvers, then we encourage you to give us a call.