Progressive Fork Springs For Triumph 2001-2016
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Progressive Suspension Fork Springs For Triumph

Progressive springs offer a softer initial spring rate for a plush ride. Progressively wound design provides increased resistance to bottoming out as spring compresses. Improves handling while retaining OEM geometry.

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  • Made in the USA
  • Sold in pairs
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Fit & Finish
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Durability
4.8 / 5
This Product Fits:
Triumph
Bonneville 20012015
Bonneville T100 20022016
Scrambler 20062016
Thruxton 20042015
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Progressive Fork Springs For Triumph 2001-2016 903061 11-1126 In Stock: Ships next business day

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A must on your modern classic
This is a must on any triumph boneville, thruxton or scrambler. It's cheap for the improvement it makes. My scrambler does not nose dive as before and I feel more confident taking turns hard. Overall it makes the bike feel more solid. Also the installation is fairly simple as long as you can follow directions and have the right set of tools.
March 22, 2016
Ride:
2009 Ducati Monster 696
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Bonneville SE setup: Night and Day!
It's smooth, stopped Faster and no Dive! The Turns felt much more secure, I was able to lean into turns without feeling like the bike didn't want to do it at all. Free shipping, and it comes with a spacer. Great Value! Easy project.
April 27, 2016
Ride:
2014 Triumph Bonneville
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Wow! My Bonneville actually handles well! Who knew?
This is a "must-do" upgrade for the Triumph modern classics. You realize how pathetic the stock set up is when you pull the factory springs and spacers out of the fork tubes and place them on your work bench next to the Progressive springs. The stock set up is half spacer/half spring. The Progressive set up is 10% spacer/90% spring. They are easy to install as well--less than an hour.
May 6, 2016
Ride:
1976 BMW R60/6
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Cheapest, best upgrade yet
I have only been riding a few months so I'm not expert, but I've experienced a really sloppy riding feeling on the stock bonneville. Things like basic stops with front brake would cause the bike to dip forward even when just tapped. These new springs are night and day. I took the bike for a spin after installing and aggressively used the front brake, hit a ton of speed bumps, and took some aggressive turns and the bike handles completely differently now. Work the $90 and half hour of my time. Best upgrade yet.
October 21, 2015
Purchased
1 year ago
Ride:
2015 Triumph Bonneville T100
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Best mod for the Dollar
This inexpensive and easy mod improves riding and handling significantly. Install is simple and takes about an hour.
July 19, 2017
Purchased
1 month ago
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Want a better ride for your Triumph Scrambler
Gives way better feel for the road. The front forks actually move over depressions in the road and gives a better ride. A really inexpensive fix for you Scrambler. The Progressive springs are larger then stock springs and are pretty easy to install. The hardest part is to cut the new spacer pipe which took a total of 5 minutes with a pipe cutter and emery paper to smooth off the cut edge.
April 20, 2017
Purchased
3 months ago
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Progressive Fork Springs for Bonneville
Great order delivery again from Revzilla. Fork springs seem to be a good fit and easy install. Good instructions included. Took me several hours today because I also added the Triumph fork gaiters. Won't know if these springs help the ride until the weather here gives me a chance to ride again. I used the included PVC tube to make the spacers, added approximately 1/4" of additional preload over stock setup spring/spacer length.
January 14, 2017
Purchased
6 months ago
Bang For The Buck
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Easy Fix for unstable front end
Noticeable difference in the front: no wobbling over bumps, no diving while braking. I added 1/4" more preload to match the new rear shocks. The PVC pipe cuts easily but feels tough enough. With the weight off the front tire, the caps went on with minimal effort even with the added preload. Together with the new shocks, the bike rides taller, smoother, and sticks to the road better over bumps and on curves.
November 24, 2016
Purchased
8 months ago
Bang For The Buck
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Ease Of Install
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Pleased with performance
This is one of those bang for buck mods. It noticeably reduced front end dive on hard braking which is exactly what I was looking to reduce. Glad I finally got around to installing them. I like how they supply the pipe to cut per application. This was installed on a Triumph Bonneville.
December 1, 2015
Purchased
1 year ago
Ride:
2015 Triumph Street Triple R
Makes a world of difference over rough roads
Installed the progressive fork springs and changed fork oil to 7wt. On
My triumph bonneville mag wheel. Very pleased with the ride.
April 5, 2016
Ride:
2015 Triumph Bonneville
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I've been putting this upgrade off for too long.
Frank G on May 25, 2017
I like the front wheel to move over bumps and not sink on stops. Did this to my 2008 and now updating my 2016 Scrambler to improve the suspension/ride
C A on Mar 29, 2017
I've been putting this upgrade off for too long.
Frank G on May 25, 2017
improve front-end
William F on May 11, 2017
I like the front wheel to move over bumps and not sink on stops. Did this to my 2008 and now updating my 2016 Scrambler to improve the suspension/ride
C A on Mar 29, 2017
Anticipated performance improvement, price.
Gary A on Jan 2, 2017
HUGE improvement for off road riding your Scrambler.
Mike D on Jul 20, 2016
The start of the improvement of the ride of my 2014 Triumph Bonneville mag wheel.
Ken B on Feb 8, 2016
Progressive is a name brand and you have the best price for no shipping.
Stan K on Mar 2, 2015
improve front-end
William F on May 11, 2017
Anticipated performance improvement, price.
Gary A on Jan 2, 2017
What is the spring rate and/or rider weight range these springs are intended for?

Nobody, from Sturgis to MotoGP, should ever ride with springs that aren't matched to their weight, front or rear. I only say this because the stock fork springs on my bike are *not* suitable for my weight and the forks are not preload adjustable - the only other option is to get the springs exactly right.
A shopper on Nov 19, 2014
BEST ANSWER: whatever stated by themanufacturer only
Will these springs fit a 2012 Bonneville SE Mag 17" wheel? I've heard the springs are shorter for the SE compared to the T100, Thruxton, and Scrambler.
A shopper on Apr 12, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I installed these springs on my Bonnevile SE. I don't know if the SE springs are shorter than the springs in other bikes, but I know my bike handles substantially better now.
Anyone know if these come with a spacer or if i have to figure out how to cut my existing spacer?
johnnymal on Oct 17, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The springs come with a length of PVC about 8 inches, that you can cut. It also includes a guide for how long to cut the PVC based on what bike you have. I found it to be a little off though. it said I should cut 3 inch spacers for my bonneville but the ride was very harsh. I ended up going to a shop and having them cut my stock spacers to about 2.5" rides great now.
I have a triumph bonneville will I have to cut the Pcv to a specific size or does it just go in w a washer?
Konrad B on Jun 1, 2016
BEST ANSWER: You have to cut the new spacer. I simply laid out one of the old springs and its spacer and marked the total length on my workbench with a pencil. Then I laid one of the new springs and the supplied spacer on my workbench, marked the spacer using the mark on my workbench, and cut the new spacer (hacksaw or PVC shears). I then cut another spacer to match and installed everything.
I'm 230lbs- do I need stiffer springs?
A shopper on Jul 6, 2017
BEST ANSWER: i'm 260 and they work fine in my scrambler
Who makes these springs?
A C on Mar 28, 2017
BEST ANSWER: PRogressive
I followed the guide and cut the spacers to exactly 4.8" for the triumph scrambler which during install added about .8" of preload from the top of the fork tube, seemed like a lot of preload and was not expecting to have to preload the suspension that much. Anyone put these on a scrambler and run that much preload?
Steven D on Jan 19, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I have a Bonneville but still the difference shouldn't be that much, I cut mine to 2.75 and that seemed a little harsh, going to take it down another .25 to 2.5.
What tools do I need to install this?
A shopper on Sep 12, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The simplest project ever. You need two (2) tools, a 22mm combination wrench for the fork tube end caps and a 6mm hex key so that you can loosen the handle bars to move them out of the way. Having a hook (bent cloths hanger) so that you can lift out the washer and spring is also helpful, and is also useful for lowering the new spring and washer back into place.