Hi there! This is my first post on this forum, very happy to be a part of this community- lots of good stuff here! I was looking for some suggestions on suspension upgrades (both from and back) for my Honda CB500x (2017). My issue is that the suspension is a bit stiff and doesn't do well over small bumps at high speeds (common on Thai roads), not to mention the annoying 'throw you off your seat bounce' as you go over some bridges/overpasses (something I've only seen in Thailand). I'm aware of the Rally Raid products, but was looking for something that's available and cheaper in Thailand. As far as I know, you can only get Rally Raid 2 upgrades in Thailand, and I'm not looking for anything that expensive, or changing tyre sizes etc. 99% of the time I ride on road and looking for a simple suspension upgrade. As it stands YSS and Ohlins seem to be the front runners. I've spoken to a bike shop and Honda Big wing, here are some of their thoughts: YSS- more 'sporty', easy maintenance because parts can be shipped quickly from their factory in Chon Buri. They might also set your suspension for free if you visit their factory. Ohlins- 'softer', more expensive, but seen as unnecessary (both big wing (the tech guys, not the sales persons) and the other bike shop said this). While YSS may be cheaper, I don't know that brand very well. And while Ohlins has a better reputation, why pay more if you don't need to? So... Has anyone here had any experience with either of these suspensions (can be front, back, or both)? How much has it improved your ride? If you've had experiences with both YSS and Ohlins, would you recommend either more than the other? And if you've ever upgraded your CB500x suspension (to any brand), does your bike still threaten to throw you out of your seat as you go over bridges/overpasses? Any other brands/models of suspension you guys recommend? Any other ADV/Sport touring bikes with similar experiences please feel free to chime in, especially if you live in Thailand and know what the roads/conditions are like! Looking forward to hearing your responses!