Many companies—including Aprilia, BMW, Ducati, and Yamaha—offer dynamic suspension systems. Some systems are more comprehensive than others, and there are many variations and strategies used, but the objective is always the same: to maintain chassis attitude under all riding scenarios for maximum comfort, control, and traction. Apply the brakes and the system increases compression damping in the fork to reduce dive; twist the throttle and it firms up the shock to reduce squat. Hit a bump and the ECU pulls out compression damping to allow the wheels to move up more easily; ride into a dip and rebound damping is reduced to permit the wheels to extend quicker. It’s good stuff, and it benefits every aspect of riding, from rider and passenger comfort to traction to braking stability.