Hagon’s policy is to produce quality products that work well, but won’t break the bank. “We don’t make top-end, money-no-object shocks,” Tony Hutchison explains. “Our aim is to produce good quality shocks that work well and deliver great performance, at a sensible price.”
That means that a basic pair of twinshock units start at £139.50 with black springs, or £146.50 with chrome springs. With a stainless steel body, the price goes up to £206.50 and a pair of top-of-the-range Nitro shocks with damping adjustment and stainless steel body and springs will set you back £379.50.
Monoshock units start at £299.50, with special builds between £375 and £500. Hagon also do a range of progressive fork springs from £84. If your wheels need rebuilding, it’ll cost between £258.10 and £313.09.