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    Has anyone ever head of this suspension company? I've seen alot of riders in District 7 races with there suspension and was wondering how they were. I just never remembered to ask when i was at the track...






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    Bumpsticks is a company in Maryland. That is why you see so much of them at D7 races.

    I found their number if you want it:
    (410) 535-0625.

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    First rate service, went out of his way to make sure that I didn't miss a race when I blew my shock.

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    Are they expensive ? Most people want around 175 for the rear shock to revalve it and 200 for the front forks to revalve that....I wonder if Jeremy Wilkey can beat those prices ?

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