Ohlins is issuing a recall notice for select aftermarket steering dampers for the BMW S1000RR and R1200R. The company believes the bracket holding the damper in place to be improperly machined, and a probable material defect in the aluminum alloy could cause stress fractures. Ohlins states that although “there is no risk for losing control […]
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Traxxion Dynamics’ Staff Receives Guidance From Öhlins USA
Traxxion Dynamics staff members comprised the first class to attend service and sales training at Öhlins USA’s new Technical Training Center in Hendersonville, North Carolina. The new state-of-the-art facility is a key component in Öhlins ongoing commitment to providing their customers with highly trained Authorized Service Centers to support their complete line of products. The ultimate goal is for any industry related company to be able to use the facility for all types of training across all market segments.
Traxxion Dynamics has been servicing Öhlins components since its inception in 1998, but never in any official capacity. Traxxion’s President, Max McAllister thought it was finally time to change that.
McAllister noted that, although Traxxion represents several different product lines, including the company’s own self-labeled products, there’s no denying Ohlins has a broader product line than any of the competition. From this point of view, becoming an official Ohlins Authorized Service Center was the smart business decision.
Update: Read the review now on motorcycle.com Perhaps only Ducati’s street-legal MotoGP carbon-copy Desmosedici has received as much anticipation as Aprilia’s all-new RSV4 Factory. A four cylinder Vee from Aprilia is significant largely because the Italian bike maker has dealt almost exclusively with V-Twins. The big deal here is that Aprilia was able to squish […]