NJB Shocks, Classic Expert, 330 mm, set up with medium standard chrome spring
$279.95 for a pair
NJB Shocks are used by competition and leisure riders around the world.
These 330 mm shocks are set up with the standard medium spring, 75 pounds per inch, and are ready for purchase.
TRIALS AND SCRAMBLES (can be used for racing)
These Expert shocks resemble the Gas Shocks of the 1980s, with modern technology applied and they are fitted with the springs at the bottom.
Of robust Gas shock construction these are built for Trials, Scrambles and Racing and each specification provides the acceptable travel for each discipline and suitable springing and damping.
"We have been very fortunate in getting experienced, in fact Champion, riders involved in our development programmes.
The launching of production shocks at the Pre 65 2 Day Trial in Scotland was great success with class awards and top ten places, and the first batch of shocks sold out in short order.
These Trials shocks are a real step forward and give a ‘monoshock’ feel resulting from low preload, extra soft damping and the unique two stage bump stops.
The Scrambles shocks also had a winning launch, if not at such a high level."
ABOUT NJB SHOCKS
NJB SHOCKS has now been in business for more than 25 years.
In 1990 Norman Blakemore took early retirement after 24 years in a number of technical capacities with Girling, at one time the premier motor cycle shock absorber manufacturer.
He took a specification developed by Girling with the leading works riders of the time, and never supplied to the paying customer, and after further development this formed the basis for NJB SHOCKS.
Again working with expert riders updated shocks for Motocross/Scrambles, road and circuit racing were developed, and finally a range of shocks for road bikes was introduced.
The aim has always been to provide a range of shocks developed specially for each discipline, of high quality, with reliability, at a sensible price.
Direct sales are made throughout the world and we have agents and distributors in several countries.
Over the years many changes have been made to specifications, reflecting changes in technology, riding styles, and customer expectations.
Most shocks are built to order and can be changed to meet any special requirements, and delivery times are usually short.