In Australia, WP Suspension is sold through KTM and has been available only for KTM models.
However, a recent release from the company about its street suspension says WP Suspension plans to “expand its portfolio with suitable products for a large number of other manufacturers”.
It’s good news for riders as the suspension units are among the best in the world.
The first non-KTM motorcycle to get aftermarket WP Suspension is BMW’s S 1000 RR.
WP Suspension has launched a new series of premium APEX PRO suspension components for the BMW S 1000 RR.
This sports package consists of APEX PRO 7746 Shock, APEX PRO 7500 Cartridge and APEX PRO 7117 Steering Damper.
WP Suspension history
The Dutch company launched as White Power Suspension in 1977 and has been heavily involved in motorsport, winning more than 300 FIM World Championship titles.
Its unfortunate name was based on its iconic white coil springs.
The company went broke in 1991 and relaunched the same year as WP Suspension.
KTM gradually took over the company from 1997 and re-established the factory right next to theirs in Mattighofen.
Their combined engineering has helped the company develop their off-road and now road racing motorcycles.
Meanwhile, their street-oriented APEX PRO COMPONENTS feature a growing selection of cartridges, forks, shocks and steering dampers for KTM motorcycles.