Shipping Items To Us
Looking to ship us your suspension to have it serviced, tuned or upgraded?
Our shipping address is at the bottom of this page. Please read the following shipping instructions first!
Please let us know your items are coming by emailing us first.
Package your items securely. We can’t take responsibility for damage that occurs in shipping from you to us. *Tip – Gun cases & zip ties work awesome!
Remove any push-style fork bleeders (Micro bleeders), and install stock bleeder screws. If left in, your fork oil will drain into your package and could cause delays in shipping.
Please get a tracking number and pass it on to us once the item is shipped.
Most couriers are acceptable, as is the postal service (Canada Post, FedEx, etc.).
Please make sure your name, contact details and return shipping address are clearly marked on the box or on an included note. We don’t need the full details of the work you’d like done if you’ve already emailed us (or submitted a Riders Profile), we will refer to any email exchange we’ve had with you and contact you if we have any questions.
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR ITEMS COMING FROM OUTSIDE CANADA:
Please make sure the package is clearly marked with “TEMPORARY IMPORT FOR WARRANTY/REPAIR/RETURN”, not as “merchandise” or “sale of goods”. Depending on the carrier, there may be a tick box on the shipping label, or you may have to write it somewhere in a “Reason for Import” box. If in doubt as to where to specify this, ask your shipping carrier.
Do not use FedEx for international shipments. They are not capable of working out what a temporary import is, and they are also not capable of telling us whether there will be import duties at the time of delivery, which may slow things down by weeks.
Please ensure commercial value is listed at zero (or $1 if your carrier will not accept a zero value).
Insurance is optional, but please double check with your carrier that the insured value is not interpreted as the commercial value. As a general rule we don’t recommend insuring the items for this reason, but it is your choice – once again, we cannot take responsibility for anything damaged in transit to us. It is also worth noting that most shipping companies’ version of “insurance” covers virtually nothing.
If these instructions are not followed, we will get hit with import duties which we will have to pass on to you.