I have been with Marshall’s for 5 years and have won many races and championships
with Marshall’s suspension and engine rebuilds. We have tested my suspension against
many others and I feel I have the best bike on the track at all times.
Thanks Marshall for all your hard work and dedication, it has really helped.
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125 SX Series
Thanks for hooking me up with the best suspension I've ever had. It has given me
the confidence to accomplish my dream of qualifying for a supercross main event.
Without Marshall's Suspension I coudn't have done it, I would still be hoping for
a miracle. Marshall's suspension helped make my dreams come true. Thanks for the
support! Jason Hussey #677
Wow you turned my 2006 CRF250R into a bad to the bone woods weapon! Not only am I
faster but getting thru the ugliest on the trail there is no fear! Absolutely stellar
You wanted me to tell you about the rear shock you did something different on it
well, I say what ever you did is way awesome sand,rocks,roots,and hard pack ruts
no problem,oh and thru Appalachia bay whoop section I finally got to float over the
tops with no worry!Cool!
Great job Marshall! Will be bringing my 2005 crf450x suspension in soon!
P.S. Best money I have ever spent on my bike!
Thanks for giving me the best handling motorcycle in my class. I used to hate going
to enduros that are rocky and have lots of roots until you started doing my suspension.
Now I look forward to those events. Your valving and setup give me a big advantage
when the course gets rough.
Just wanted to say thanks for the great job you did with my 04 Honda XR250R suspension.
The bike is now a joy to ride and kept me out of trouble more than once today at
the Stillwater cycle park. It's been more that 35 years since I'd done any trail
ridding so I know it wasn’t me doing much of a job on the trails. Great shop, great
work and a nice guy to boot.
Hey just raced the suspension for the first time this weekend. I got second
in my class, third overall in "B" class, dropped 67 points over at the hardwood enduro
in Mansfield Missouri (the kid that beat me dropped 64 points). There were 12 DNF's
in my class and 44 DNF's out of all the classes. I only felt the suspension bottom
out twice, and Hardwood is by far the rockiest race of the season. The first thing
I told my buddies when we got done was I felt like the bike was just eating the rocks,
they were complaining about getting thrown around all day, but I rarely felt that the
"bike was riding me." Log crossings were where the suspension shined I have always
had problems with large off-camber log crossings, but yesterday the bike just went
right over no problems. The two times that I bottomed it out was a very steep downhill
with not much transition before going strait back up hill, it bottomed out right
when the front tire hit the uphill (no wreck!). The second time, I just hit a rock
face wrong didn't get the front tire off the ground at all (again no wreck!). I
will probably leave the suspension the way it is, unless you think that I should stiffen
it up on the front (the rear shock was to perfect to mess with). It was a good day
for me, and we race again in two weeks at the national enduro at park hills Missouri.