Tested: Ride Engineering Triple Clamps for 2019 RM-Z250 - "Before digging into the suspension, we give Ride Engineering Triple Clamps a try on our stock 2019 Suzuki RM-Z250." [...]
Set-up secrets of Precision Concepts' Kawasaki KX450 - "A Ride Engineering link arm helps quite a bit with the rear-end, namely improved bump absorption and helping keep the rear flatter under braking." [...]
'18 Suzuki RM-Z450 22mm Offset Clamps - "this is one bolt-on it that offers instant performance gains in the chassis department for the 2018 RM-Z450." [...]
'18 Suzuki RM-Z450 Performance Link - "this is one bolt-on it that offers instant performance gains in the chassis department for the 2018 RM-Z450." [...]
Ride Engineering has over 15 years experience in the motorcycle industry, designing, developing parts and accessories that improve the rider's performance. We've often been called the "underdog" due to our size and tenacity, but our history has proven that our success isn't due to some economic up turn, it's a result of our experience.
From the 1990's we've been diligent with training and education in our craft. We've actively educated ourselves on the latest technologies and advancements of motorcycles. This can be seen in the quality and craftsmanship of the products we create. With each year, there are new opportunities for us create amazing products and contribute to our industry.
Ride Engineering started out of the passion we have for motorcycles and the love we have of riding them. Anyone working in the motorcycle industry knows that it's a tough industry, you have to love what you do and work hard at it. Ride Engineering isn't simply a job for us, it's a dream.
Throughout the years we've gotten to pick the brains of some of the fastest guys on the planet. The relationships we have with the riders (pro and other) provide value to our products that you can feel when your on the bike. Ride Engineering's attitude is summed up best from a statement Ryan Clark made back in 2003, "There are very few that possess James Stewart or Ricky Carmichael talent. The rest of us can eventually reach the same goals, we just have to worker harder at it than they do. You have to believe you can succeed, no matter how often you fail and you will be successful."