ENGLISH Kreidler Vering/Federung/Suspension Customizer
Choice 1: Choose the type of Hagon Road Shock.
Photo 1 Hagon Standard Road Shock
Photo 2 Hagon Custom Road Shock. Is the same as the Standard Road Shock but in stainless steel.
Photo 3 Hagon Classic Road Shock. Equal to the Stadard Road Shock but expanded with stainless steel covers.
The most popular Hagons set is the Standard Road Shock (photo 1)
Choice 2: Length of the Hagon Shocks.
The length of the original Kreidler shock absorber is 36.5 cm from eye to eye. Hagon does not have that option. What to choose now 36 or 37 cm?
Tour riders can choose the best for 36 cm. The reason lies in the fact that Hagon has soft, medium and hard damping. Up to 36 cm you can opt for the more comfortable MIDDLE cushioning.
Sporty riders can choose the best for a length of 37 cm. First for the harder damping and second for the geometry of the Kreidler. Usually when someone falls with a Kreidler, the reason is that the front wheel folds out under the Kreidler. This is because the Kreidler has no optimum weight ratio in other words: there is not enough weight on the front axle. By placing a somewhat longer shock absorber, more weight is placed on the front axle, so that the front wheel is less likely to fold under the Kreidler.
Choice 3. The color of the feathers.
You have the option of taking the feathers either in Chrome or in the color black.
Choice 4. Progressive fork suspension.
Option 1. The Black Mamba Parts Suspension. Qualitatively similar to the Hagon fork suspension and with 500 ml of fork oil. Photo 4. 50 euros cheaper than the Hagon progressive suspension.
Option 2. Hagon Progressive suspension. 50 euros more expensive but with 1000 ml of fork oil. Photo 5.50 euros more expensive than the Black Mamba Parts front fork suspension.
Choice 5. Driving style.
Here you can indicate whether you are a touring rider or a sporty rider.
Choice 6. Weight.
Enter your weight with helmet and motorcycle clothing here.
Choice 7. Fork shortened.
Here you can indicate whether and, if so, how many cm your front fork has been shortened. This is important to determine the correct length of the rear shock absorbers. If the front fork has been shortened a lot and you choose a length of 37 cm for the rear shock absorbers, this will be at the expense of your sitting position.