To complement the recently launched high end TTX GP shock, Öhlins Racing now unveils a RT (Road & Track) shock for the hypersport segment. The new TTX RT unit comes in a high specification but with a more affordable pricetag. … Continued

New issue of Performance out

We invite you to view the latest edition of PERFORMANCE, the Öhlins E-magazine. In this edition we cover some of those unsung custom builders, the tale of two of the World’s last great “real” road races – the Isle of … Continued

Among the product news for the 2014 season are a new hypersport damper as well as updates over the whole product segment. At EICMA earlier this year Öhlins launched the news for 2014. The entire product range has been designed … Continued

Öhlins equipped teams stood out in the Nürburgring 24-hour race with some stunning performance in a heavy rain endurance race. The grueling and famous 24-hour classic race at Nürburgring Nordschleife was held in challenging conditions this weekend and teams running … Continued

Öhlins have announced a brand new Suspension Control Unit, or SCU, upgrade for the Ducati Multistrada S to give the machine semi-active suspension. Available for models equipped with OEM EC Suspension, the already highly acclaimed Adventure bike will gain even … Continued

Öhlins introduces the 2.1 SD version of its popular off-road steering damper with a revised design including a new mounting system- so it can be transferred from one machine to another. This high quality piece of off-road kit gives fantastic … Continued

Öhlins Racing reflect on a busy EICMA Show with the launches of a new electronic suspension system for the Ducati Multistrada, fork kits for the BMW F800 GS and Triumph Tiger, MX competition equipment and a full Smart EC system … Continued

Success in MotoGP and Moto2

Jorge Lorenzo and Marc Marquez took their respective MotoGP and Moto2 titles one round early in Philip Island to cap a golden era for Spanish riders and also Öhlins supplied teams The 2012 MotoGP season has been one of the … Continued

Japanese success

There were an intense title battle in Japan’s premier single seater category, Formula Nippon. Former F1-driver Kazuki Nakajima won Japan’s premier single seater category just three points ahead of Koudai Tsukakoshi. The Petronas Team Tom using Öhlins TTR shock absorbers … Continued

WSB – The closest ever …

After the enthralling final round at Le Mans, veteran racer Max Biaggi proved that despite competing in his 23rd season of racing he’s just as fast as the ‘young guns’ by securing his second World Superbike crown by just half … Continued