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Cogent Dynamics Bike List

As a custom innovator, we can design, manufacture and install Custom Suspension Solutions for any motorcycle. From custom race bikes to vintage gems, we have the ability and experience to help you build your best motorcycle.

Most of what we do is custom work. The list below contains our most popular bikes to date, but does not encompass all we work on. Please contact us – (828) 628 9025 or raceparts@motocd.com – to learn more about upgrading your motorcycle suspension.

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We offer custom suspension solutions for many motorcycle brands and models. Please call us at (828) 628 9025 or email raceparts@motocd.com to discover what products we manufacture for your bike.

Kawasaki

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Kawasaki KLR 650

The rugged and tough Kawasaki KLR 650 motorcycle is built for adventure. Riders on pavement or off-road will benefit from the KLR 650 motorcycle’s phenomenal fuel range and dual-purpose capabilities. > Read More

Kawasaki KLR 250

The Kawasaki KLR250 was a motorcycle produced from 1984 to 2005, with only minor changes during the model run. This lightweight dualsport motorcycle was used for several years by the US military for a variety of tasks, including messenger duty and reconnaissance.

Kawasaki Versys 650

The Kawasaki Versys 650 (codenamed KLE650) is a middleweight motorcycle. It borrows design elements from dual-sport bikes, standards, adventure tourers and sport bikes; sharing characteristics of all.

Kawasaki KLX 250S

The KLX 250s is a great dual sport bike for those seeking a reliable and well-mannered lightweight bike from this class. > Read More


Yamaha
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Yamaha XT225

The Yamaha XT225, or known in some markets as the Yamaha Serow, was a dual-sport motorcycle produced by Yamaha from 1986 to 2007.

Yamaha WR250R

The Yamaha WR250R is a fantastic multiuse 250cc motorcycle which was designed from the ground up as a Dual-Sport bike. > Read More

Yamaha XT250

Released in 1980, this dual-sport motorcycle has been a staple of back roads and farms. One was ridden by Rambo in the 1982 movie “First Blood”.

Yamaha Super Tenere

The Yamaha XT1200Z Super Ténéré is a motorcycle produced by Yamaha Motor Corporation, that was launched in 2010. The XT1200Z is the latest in a series of dual-sport Yamaha motorcycles named after the Ténéré, a desert region in the south central Sahara.

Yamaha FZ09

The Yamaha FZo9 is a Yamaha naked or standard motorcycle with an 847 cc inline three crossplane engine, a lightweight cast alloy frame, and an upside-down fork.

Yamaha Fj09

This new FJ-09, which offers greater comfort and versatility, has been in the works since long before the FZ-09 made its public debut in 2013.


BMW
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BMW Airheads /5/6/7

BMW’s motorcycle history began in 1921 when the company commenced manufacturing engines for other companies. Motorcycle manufacturing now operates under the BMW Motorrad brand. BMW (Bayerische Motoren Werke AG) introduced the first motorcycle under its name, the R32, in 1923 to 1925.BMW R100 R80 GS.

BMW R100 R80 GS

BMW R 100, with variant models designated by T, S, CS, RS, RS Classic, RT, RT Classic, R and GS is a BMW motorcycle series, using a two-cylinder four-stroke boxer engine of 980 cc capacity.

Suzuki

Suzuki DR 650

Suzuki DR 650

The Suzuki DR650 is a long-standing model in Suzuki’s lineup, introduced in 1990 as a replacement for the DR600 model.[1] The DR is a dual-sport motorcycle with a counterbalanced, single cylinder, air/oil-cooled engine. > Read More

Suzuki DL 650 V-Strom

The V-Strom 650, internally designated DL650, is a mid-weight, sport touring motorcycle launched in 2004[1] with a standard riding posture, fuel injection and an aluminum chassis.

Suzuki DR 350

The Suzuki DR350 is a 350cc single cylinder, dual-sport motorcycle introduced in 1990. The DR350 S and DR350 R were kick start motorcycles until 1994 when the DR350SE was introduced adding an electric start.


Honda

Honda TransAlp

The Honda Transalp is the name given to the XL400V, XL600V, XL650V, and XL700V series of dual-sport motorcycles manufactured in Japan by Honda since 1987.[1] The Transalp bikes all feature a liquid-cooled, four-stroke 52° V-twin engine.

Honda CB500x

Honda CB500 were a family of medium-sized standard motorcycles produced by Honda from 1993 until 2003. Because of their low cost, reliability, and good handling they were popular with commuters, and couriers.

Honda CBR 250/300

The Honda CBR models are a series of Honda sport bikes. With the exception of the single-cylinder CBR125R, CBR150R, CBR250R, and CBR300R, all CBR motorbikes have inline engines.

Honda NC 700

The Honda NC700 series is a family of motorcycles produced by Honda since 2012. NC700 series was a ‘new concept bike designed for commuters, new or veteran riders.

Honda CRF1000 Africa Twin

The CRF1000L is a 998 cc (60.9 cu in) 270° crank, parallel-twin dual-sport that revived the Africa Twin name for the 2016 model year. It became available in the UK in late 2015 and early 2016 in the US.  >Read More

Ducati

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Ducati 900ss

The Ducati SuperSport and SS are a series of air-cooled four stroke desmodromic 2-valve 90° V-twin motorcycles manufactured from 1988 onwards.

Ducati Monster

The Ducati Monster (called Il Mostro in Italian[4]) is a muscle bike[5] designed by Miguel Angel Galluzzi and produced by Ducati in Bologna, Italy since 1993.

Ducati Multistrada

First introduced in 2003, the Ducati Multistrada is series of V-twin “street trailie” motorcycles. Essentially a hybrid of a supermoto and a sport-tourer, the Multistrada competes in the market with other dual-sport motorcycles.

Ducati Hypermotard

The Ducati Hypermotard is a supermotard Ducati motorcycle designed by Pierre Terblanche and was first seen at the November 2005 EICMA trade show in Milan. The Hypermotard was awarded “Best of Show” at EICMA and has since won other show awards.


KTM

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KTM RC390

The KTM 390 Duke and RC390 are 373.2 cc (22.77 cu in) displacement single-cylinder engine motorcycles assembled by Bajaj Auto, for the Austrian manufacturer KTM. The 390 Duke standard debuted at the 2012 EICMA show in Milan, Italy, and went on sale in India and the Philippines in 2013 and in the US in 2015.


Triumph

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Triumph Bonneville

The Triumph Bonneville is a standard motorcycle featuring a parallel-twin four-stroke engine and manufactured in three generations over three separate production runs.

Triumph Thruxton

The Triumph Thruxton is a series of British parallel-twin motorcycles. The name was first used by Triumph Engineering as Thruxton Bonneville and much later manufactured by Triumph Motorcycles.

Triumph Scrambler

The Triumph Scrambler is a British motorcycle made by Triumph Motorcycles. Launched in 2006, it was the last Triumph styled by designer John Mockett, who had begun working with the small factory team at Triumph in 1989.

Triumph Street Triple

The Triumph Street Triple is a naked or streetfighter motorcycle made by Triumph Motorcycles, first released towards the end of 2007. The bike is closely modelled on the Speed Triple 1050 but uses a re-tuned inline three cylinder 675 cc engine.

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