Track Side Tuning

Sitting behind a computer telling people they are going to get a "Tuned" shock is one thing! Going out and proving yourself is another.  The only way that I know to tune suspension on over 10,000 motorcycles over 15 years, is to go out and work until you fall down. Get back up and do it again. Quite Literally!  

Ken has spent years tuning trackside. Years spent training, testing and tuning some of the best shocks made. Working on all types of shocks, Ohlins 46mm, OhlinsTTX, JRi motorcycle shocks and Penske Motorcycle shocks to name a few.  Using this knowledge can help you obtain the best ride. So if your racing, riding, touring or just cruising. Ken can give your bike the ride that you need.

Ohlins Shocks Racing Service Center
Ohlins Shocks Racing Service Center

Ohlins USA racing technician Ken Hall pictured with Steve Rapp. Team Hayes brakes S1000RR

Ohlins Shocks Racing Service Center
Ohlins Shocks Racing Service Center

Ohlins Racing Suspension tuner Ken Hall working on suspension set up at a track event.

Ohlins Shocks Racing Service Center
Ohlins Shocks Racing Service Center

Ohlins racing technician Ken Hall at COTA on the grid. With Steve Rapp and Shelina Moreda.

Ohlins Shocks Racing Service Center
Ohlins Shocks Racing Service Center

Ohlins USA racing technician Ken Hall

Ohlins Shocks Racing Service Center
Ohlins Shocks Racing Service Center

Ohlins USA racing technician Ken Hall Hayes Brakes S1000RR

Ohlins Shocks Racing Service Center
Ohlins Shocks Racing Service Center

Ohlins race tuner Ken Hall working with Team coach Ken Hill.

Ohlins Shocks Racing Service Center
Ohlins Shocks Racing Service Center

Ohlins racing suspension tuner working with Gauge Reese in 600 Super Stock MotoAmerica

Ohlins Shocks Racing Service Center
Ohlins Shocks Racing Service Center

Ohlins racing suspension tuner Ken Hall on the grid in MotoAmerica. Tuning for Steve Rapp on the Hayes BMW S1000RR race team.

Ohlins Shocks Racing Service Center
Ohlins Shocks Racing Service Center

Ohlins USA racing technician Ken Hall