i know cycling better than motorcycling and with bicycles each manufacturer basically just comes up with a frame and use other manufactuers parts. when dealing with trek/cannondale/specialized which are good bicycle companies, they make a frame but when they sell the bike to the public they specify what brand/type forks/rear shocks/brakes/shifters/deraillers they use on the bike. so for a particular bike frame, there may be up to 4 different models from basic components up to more expensive components. they even allow you to buy the frame on its own, so the individual can hand pick components. just wondering....is this the same with motorcyles? cause when i look up the specifications on their webpage they don't specify what brand fork/shocks/brakes they use. so i assume they make their own parts? sometimes though i notice they say brembo brakes or ohlins forks/shocks. are these the best? also i notice that they say the inverted forks are better. are they? and if they are then why do we see the regular forks for? i mean you just gotta turn em upside down to be better?