Brinkley RV signs exclusive partnership with SuperSprings International

Brinkley RV has signed an exclusive partnership with SuperSprings International (SSI) that will see Trailer SumoSprings become standard equipment on the newly released Model G toy-hauler. The agreement sees two companies who prioritise creating the ultimate customer experience combine to help make a product that is already standard equipment across many motorised RVs and motorhomes from brands such as Winnebago, Thor, and Coachmen, become standard equipment on towable RVs for the first time. The exclusive OEM partnership has been in the making for several years.

Brinkley RV’s co-owner and operating partner, Nate Goldenberg, explained: “This is the type of partnership that makes sense for us. When I first spoke with Adam [Weisner, president of SSI] years ago, I knew we shared a passion for the customer experience and creating things that stood out from the crowd. When we launched Brinkley, I knew I wanted SSI and the Trailer SumoSprings product to be part of the story. This is an unmatched suspension solution for trailers and we’re really proud to be the first to bring this type of journey to the OEM level.”

SuperSprings International president, Adam Weisner, added: “This announcement is a big deal. In many ways, Trailer SumoSprings have been a personal project for me as it was the first product I experienced when I joined back in 2018. The first time I towed my trailer with my family, we were stunned at the difference. I knew then this product would become something really special.

“Nate and I have been talking for several years, so when he called me last summer and told me about how Brinkley RV was innovating the experience, I was in. In a market where towables can sometimes be built as cheaply as possible, it’s refreshing to see a brand truly investing in a customer experienced focussed, high-quality, data-driven product.”

Trailer SumoSprings reduce g-force vibration in a trailer by more than 68 per cent – as SSI proved in rigorous third party testing at the Navistar Proving Grounds. They also reduce vertical axle displacement (the suction feeling from when a large vehicle drives past on the highway) by 133 per cent.