MCN test IKON on Indian Scout

MCN’s Ped Baker fitted IKON fork springs and rear shock absorbers to his Indian Scout long-term test bike. “I could feel an improvement before I reached the end of my street” he reports. “The rear damping felt slightly plusher, and the front didn’t dive so much on the brakes. Overall it felt like any slop

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IKON turn Scrambler into a handler

  Gas pressurised, fully adjustable and with a progressive spring rate, IKON’s 3610 Series Shock Absorber helps refine the road manners of Ducati’s Scrambler. Although it benefits from a steel trellis frame and low centre of gravity, the Scrambler has a basic suspension set-up with minimal adjustment – just pre-load on the rear shock. As

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IKON Shocks for Indian Scout

Suspension specialists IKON have developed upgraded rear shock absorbers for Indian’s new Scout.Like many cruisers, the Scout gives a somewhat unforgiving ride, due in part to the relatively low amount of suspension travel afforded by the low-slung rear end, and also because the standard shock absorbers are set to cope with two riders plus luggage.

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Back to Basix with IKON

IKON’s new range of Basix shock absorbers are designed for the budget conscious rider who does not want to compromise on build quality. Featuring chrome plated bodies, fixed rate damping, 3 position adjustable pre-load and a black powder coated narrow series progressive rate spring, IKON Basix provide a consistently comfortable ride on a variety of

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