(I previously received a shipment of leading link fork from LBS Sidecars, Netherlands (LBS-NL), back in the day when I was just happily retired, building sidecars for my own personal use, and for friends. The following is my first shipment for LBS-USA!) In spite of COVID-induced delays from factory shutdowns, back-orders on finished materials, hydraulic brake line fittings, and shock-absorbers, super happy to have received notification from DHL today that my first commercial shipment of LBS Leading Link Fork kits are awaiting US Customs clearance in Cincinnati, OH, and should be delivered to me by end of month. Shown at LBS-NL prior to packaging, four sets of components (all for R1150GSA Oilheads thru R1200GSA TwinCams). All European, all metric, all stainless steel hardware (unless a higher-strength fastener is required). One going to an owner in British Columbia, Canada for self-install, the 2nd for a client's R1150GSA/LBS Chassis/URAL I'm currently building, the 3rd for an up-coming R1200GSA Twincam/LBS Chassis/URAL build, the 4th for my STEPLER outfit (customers come first!). Touratech shocks were spec'd for the builds, and I'll be installing them on the GSA's. But of course, Touratech only carries suspenders for mono-shock bikes, so to keep things in the family, we're ordering twin shock kits direct from Tractive for the front end (Tractive supplies shocks to Touratech after all), and Tractive happens to be a Dutch company, located a scant 15 klicks from Ad's shop in Holland.