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  • Edmund Ng
    Dual suspension motorcycles have two shockers which absorb bump better and make the ride less bouncy. These absorbers are cost-effective and easy to manufacture and maintain. As both the shockers need synchronised coordination, handling of the bike in uneven terrain becomes less stable.5 Oct 2020
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