RockShox Flight Attendant Upgrade Kits Now Available

Dec 6, 2022 at 7:03
by Seb Stott  

RockShox have made their electronic suspension system, Flight Attendant, available aftermarket for the first time.

In case you didn't know, Flight Attendant automatically controls the fork and shock settings wirelessly, with the help of a pedal sensor, to maximise the pedalling efficiency of the bike while reacting seamlessly to bumps. You can read Mike Kazimer's review here.

Flight Attendant has been out for over a year now but has so far only been available on complete bikes. Now they're making upgrade kits available to fit a select number of compatible bikes.
Flight Attendant Upgrade Kit details
• Upgrade kits are bike specific
• Kits include fork, shock, shock hardware, pedal sensor, 2 batteries and a charger
• Shared battery with all other SRAM AXS components
• 7 compatible bikes from Canyon, Trek, Specialized & YT
• MSRP: from $2,799 / €3,030* / £2,700* *Includes VAT
• More info: SRAM.com

Here's the list of compatible models:

Canyon Spectral 2019-2022
Canyon Spectral:ON 2023
Canyon Neuron 29 2021-2022
Specialized Enduro 2020-2022


Trek Slash 2021-2022
YT Capra 29” 2022
YT Jeffsy 29” 2019-2022




The kit isn't just a box of electronics. It includes the fork, shock, shock hardware, pedal sensor, 2 batteries and a charger. For the pedal sensor to work, you'll need a SRAM DUB crank, apart from the Canyon Spectral:ON, for which there's a Shimano EP8 Pedal Sensor. There are three versions of the kit: Trail, All mountain and Enduro, which come with a Pike, Lyrik or Zeb, respectively. The prices are as follows:

Trail: $ 2,799 / € 3,030* / £ 2,700*

All Mountain: $ 2,849 / € 3,080* / £ 2,750*

Enduro: $ 2,899 / € 3,130* / £ 2,800*

*Includes VAT

Yep, that's the price of a perfectly good bike.

Each kit is unique to the specific bike model (mostly due to the shock tune & hardware requirements), so for example there is an All Mountain kit for the YT Jeffsy and a different one for the Canyon Spectral.






175 Comments

  • 238 4
 LOL I wasn't expecting it to be cheap but good lord, whose buying this? I think we may have moved from dentist territory to heart surgeon with this one.
  • 66 3
 Neurosurgeon even...
  • 31 1
 Would make way more sense if it was only for the rear shock... then I could get behind paying a little extra for an electronic rear shock that offers wireless lockout.

Who needs a fork lockout on an Enduro bike?? Hopefully this is what Fox is aiming for on their EWS RAD stuff.
  • 79 1
 For sure someone who, say, serves snacks and beverages on airplanes would not be able to afford this.
  • 7 0
 @dresendsit: the fork actually talks to the rear shock and they work in tandem. K norroedd s buddies bike with this on it and it was unreal.
  • 16 4
 Wow, apologies for the typos! I borrowed a buddy's bike with this system and it was unreal.
  • 7 1
 Tech employees with lots of stock options territory.....
  • 12 0
 Ambulance chasing Tort lawyer
  • 12 13
 @dresendsit: Yep. These manufacturers have really missed the entire point and how this needs to function.
A rear shock that can be programed to firm up a LOT, at certain tilt angles, is all that is needed.
Bump sensing etc. is a waste of resources.
A stiff shock is very helpful for climbing, even on very chunky terrain. The crank clearance and improved angles make all of the difference in the world.
We should have had remote cable lockouts for rear shocks 10 years ago, BT lockout buttons 5 years ago, and fully automated versions by now.
  • 18 0
 @hardtailparty: it would be far more unreal if the system was actually worth its price and could adaptively work on any bike and not 7....
  • 4 1
 @SunsPSD: So true, i can't upvote you enough
  • 3 0
 @hardtailparty: yeah imagine what rear suspension felt like for ya!
  • 4 1
 @hardtailparty: understood but my point is more than half the cost is towards a fork with a sensor on it which is frankly unnecessary. Would much rather pay quite a bit less to have a rear shock-only option.
  • 44 5
 Counterpoint - I know it's not cheap but.

New Lyric ~ 800-1000$
New Super Deluxe ~ 500-600$

So you're paying about 1200$ for the actuators, sensors and batteries, that doesn't sounds absurd to me. Especially for a first run, you imagine it would come down.
  • 17 3
 @orangeMTBrider: You need a neurosurgeon if you're thinking of making this purchase!
  • 3 0
 @olngjnsn: but someone who, gets served champagne before the flight takes off can (prolly)
  • 19 0
 Its only 10% pricier then msrp of 2023 fox 38 + float x2, I expected more tbh
  • 2 1
 So, this is beyond dentists?
  • 8 0
 @arek-hs: I think that branding it as an 'upgrade kit' is the issue here. Not sure everyone is understanding that you get a whole new fork and shock... not just electric bits to plug into your existing gear. Still expensive, but no more out there then half the new stuff being released this year.
  • 5 0
 Knowing Rockshox, in half a year you'll be able to buy it for around 2k€ (in EU, Lyrik MSRP 1100€, but most of shop sell it for 800€)
  • 12 1
 The shock and the fork alone are around $1800, so the flight control system itself is around $1099 which really is that bad considering what an AXS dropper, and the original AXS drivetrain used to be.
  • 2 0
 @hardtailparty: PS just watched your Slack R install video(s). I too had to bring out the sander to make it fit in the SB 100 frame I just picked up. Holy sketchy! Thanks for the courage to do it
  • 2 1
 @tacklingdummy: except those options are down 75% in the last year so, nope.
  • 9 0
 @dresendsit: This! I would be happy enough with just a wireless lockout button. Nothing automated, no sensors, etc. Just a sram blip on my handlebar that I can press to lockout my shock. I would use it all the time on my trail bike. I don't like how cable actuated lockouts take up soooo much room in the cockpit. You need a full lever, plus there's an extra cable to manage. If I could press a little button and smash quick climb, I would be so happy.
  • 1 0
 LOL indeed. What a farse
  • 3 0
 @Austin014: that sounds like a great idea, I'd like the wireless lockout button to have a "time" setting so I don't need to remember to unlock my shock after the climb. Again, just a better, cleaner, small wireless fork/shock remote is something I'd get behind, especially if it's fork/shock brand agnostic.
  • 1 2
 @olngjnsn: donno about that. Some dosh to be made in the skies.

But it’s not that expensive, it’s a fork and a shock and the bits. For premium stuff plus electronics it doesn’t seem that wild,
  • 11 0
 its becoming a joke all these skint broke ass people im having to share the comments section with
  • 2 0
 @salespunk: Yeah, but many are still with a ton. Also, even though crypto is collapsing, there are still a lot of people with a ton who got in early. I live in Silicon Valley.
  • 9 0
 @bsavery:

I agree with your points, but its even closer than the numbers you posted. These costs are retail. The new Zeb Ultimate retails for $1,159 USD. A Super Deluxe Ultimate shock retails for $599. So the analog versions of the same stuff would retail for $1,758. Just like the figures you posted for actual costs right now, those will go down as the stuff gets less 'brand new'.

Thus, the markup for the fancy tech plus extra parts (sensor, batteries, charger, etc) is about $1000.

It's expensive, but as you mentioned I don't know what everyone here expected? All those sensors and wirelessness cost money.

Based on the comments, it seems like many of the posts here are just people who didn't bother to read the article and just really wanted to regurgitate the dentist BS.
  • 6 5
 These are destined to sit on an S-Works enduro in an investment banker’s garage, never to be ridden except for a yearly spin to the grocery store — upon which the system will preform admirably by unlocking the suspension when he rides over a curb.
  • 3 0
 @Austin014: Except the other wireless controllers, are huge and barely fit around the brakes as it is.

I guess you could set programming up to firm up the shock, in conjunction with when your electronic dropper is extended.

I just want a shock that locks automatically when the bike is horizontal or climbing. Don't need anything else.
  • 2 4
 Wait, that price doesn’t include the bike?
  • 2 0
 @SunsPSD: check out the wireless blips. I'm sure they could make something small enough to be functional. Weren't some of the world cup XC racers running a wired blip inside their grips recently? I remember someone having part of their grip cut out so the button could be pressed.
  • 1 0
 @hardtailparty:
But you’re only interested in the fork….
  • 15 1
 My sister and her husband just spent $15g updating their kitchen with nice counters, appliances etc. He is a construction worker, she a stay at home mom. I can’t imagine ever spending money to upgrade a kitchen, mostly because I don’t think I’ll ever own a house. But I will, and have, spend $15g on bikes, gear, fuel, lift passes, hotels etc every year after year after year because I love bikes. I am a lowly truck driver.

If these prices are outrageous to you, then spend your money elsewhere. Some people choose to buy expensive bike stuff because it’s the stuff we choose to spend our money on. Simple. No phd required.
  • 2 0
 @Compositepro: i hear it is much more civilized in the +outside comments.
  • 1 0
 @olngjnsn: "Would you like your nuts crushed?"

"Hmmm, let me think... That is pricey but I guess I'll upgrade my flight attendant, thank you very much."
  • 1 0
 @Austin014: AGREED!!!
  • 1 0
 @SunsPSD: GENIUS!!!

That last sentence is the perfect mission statement for all suspension programmers!
  • 2 0
 SBF territory.
  • 2 0
 @bsavery: I have to say 1000$ for this tech is ridiculously expensive. I mean every cheap android watch has way more sensors and more porcessing power and you could buy five of them for that money. For reference the accelerometers in phones cost around 1USD and I doubt they use anything more fancy
  • 1 0
 @bsavery: I’m with you on this one. I bet you’ll see a lot of it out there on bikes from shop employees getting staff deals etc. I would be curious to try it for sure!
  • 1 0
 My neurologist doesn't bike anywhere near enough to need this kind of suspension (at all), but I'm sure he would recommend the equivalent level tech to suspend my brain from my habits.
  • 1 0
 @endoguru: that’s me.
  • 2 0
 it's the upgrade from economy to business class Razz
  • 60 3
 Just saying you can get nearly 9 Morzine season tickets for the same price. Then you don't need to worry about pedalling efficiency.
  • 2 4
 If you're watching someone else perform, then you're a spectator. I'm not a spectator!
  • 1 1
 While I really like your math I believe you should include a new bike each year after Morzine season ticket to overall expenses. Still worth it though!
  • 41 0
 What YT owner is going to buy this? No hate to YT but every time I see one it's being carried in a clapped Taco. At least include Santa Cruz riders who are also clapped Taco enthusiasts. Sincerely, a Yeti owner with a Clapped Taco
  • 3 0
 Not sure if it's mistake and just missing from the article, but Santa Cruz are offering the Megatower XX1 AXS Flight Attendant RSV Carbon C build @ 18 249$CAD so the upgrade kit must be compatible in some way with select SC bikes.
  • 6 1
 None of them... which is why they basically had to give away the Flight Attendant-equipped models they had in stock during Black Friday.
  • 2 0
 They did a huge sale on the flight attendant bikes recently because no one buys them
  • 2 0
 You have a very valid point. Sincerely, a Yeti owner with a clapped 4runner
  • 2 0
 Why does everyone here have a Tacoma? Its the LAW.
  • 40 0
 I feel so numb to the price at this point. Why not make it 5k why stop at 3k.
  • 8 0
 Don’t give them any ideas..
  • 30 0
 Just gonna stick with my analog shock custom tuner, aka a shock pump.
  • 22 3
 This is Dentist money; why on all earth isn't it available for Yetis?
  • 12 0
 Cause Yetis are on Fox?
  • 1 0
 Dentist? More like surgeons
  • 1 0
 @EnduroManiac: owning a Spectral from 2020, and now i'm wondering which one should i choose over my fox36 (came with the bike)... Lyrik is 35mm, zeb is 38. Downgrade (in stiffness) for 3k? Or add more (unnecessary) weight with a zeb kit?
  • 1 0
 @atiboa: Keep the fox36? Why upgrade? If you must save that 3k to your next bike or atleast some carbon rims.
  • 17 3
 While it's way out of my budget, I'm extremely impressed with the performance. A lot of people misunderstand what this does. It's not just a simple lockout for climbing. It's constantly calculating the terrain and rider behavior and making suspension adjustments as you ride. The fork talks to the rear shock. I thought it'd be gimmicky, or just feel like a locked out suspension, but I was seriously impressed. (Obviously this was on a full sis, not a hardtail... Mr. Hardtail Party also rides FS bikes from time to time.
  • 14 2
 I'm wondering if this stuff will suffer the same fate as Fox LiveValve. Price is a little out of reach for the performance difference, and it seems like such a specific audience.
  • 12 1
 Price is a little expensive, but at least you don't get a heart attack just from looking at the cable management on a Fox Live Valve setup.
  • 9 0
 @rick26: Don't bring up cable routing.
  • 17 0
 Yup, we have officially hit the cliff of diminishing returns with suspension. The stock dampers and springs are so good that the only innovation space left is to add high cost and complexity electronic, wireless servos in place of a simple, reliable lever. I'll stay a few steps back from that cliff thx.
  • 5 1
 Nope, because this works. Fox live never really worked. Performed ok uphill, but seemed to make things worse downhill. Rs flight attendant appears to make it better both ways.
  • 1 0
 @endorium: The design principles are very different I know. I've worked with the LiveValve system more than the Flight Attendant, and I can tell you I'd much rather have RS than Fox in this case. I just think the majority of folks will prefer "standard" suspension. Cheers for marginal gains!
  • 1 1
 @darthschrader: i know, it's exactly what I was saying basically fox live was a complete waste of time. Sacrifice downhill for climbing.....no thanks
  • 2 0
 @CamNeelyCantWheelie: Yup, or with linkages, at least on the front end; I know previous efforts haven’t always met with stellar sales successes, but honestly at least something like a Structure Cycleworks, or even a Trust / Motion Ride bring / brought something new with a range of benefits (and some downsides) to the party. I’m itching to try out a Structure, certainly sounds unique.
  • 3 0
 @Corinthian: I'd love to see the funds from The Big Boys seriously develop some linkage options. It seems like the only larger leap left in front end performance. I have zero experience with linkage forks on MTB side of things, but the Telelever BMW stuff is really good. I wish I knew why it works in that situation and not for bikes. Again, maybe it's just down to the Almighty Dollar.
  • 13 2
 You know what? I am waiting for the moment when someone will go to an EWS race with a frequency jammer and will stand on the shittiest place of the track and jam all the AXS and Flight Attendant devices. Want to raise your seat post - nope. Want to shift a gear - good luck! Fork and shock doesn't lock when they should? All that is on you for choosing a product that in less than 10 years will be e-waste.
  • 8 1
 I can see the "private vpn for you axs" ad already.
  • 11 1
 For someone preaching simplicity and the dangers of electronic overcomplication, a signal jammer versus, say, a stick in the spokes was a very interesting choice.
  • 1 0
 @dkidd: I thought the heckle shurikens for the berd riders was assumed
  • 2 0
 @dkidd: If you err stick some wood in someone's wheels then it's quite obvious who did it. A jammer could sit in someone's pocket...
  • 1 0
 @dkidd: With the stick you get one shot only, before you get the stick. With a jammer it will take a lot of time for someone to figure out what was the problem. You can have multiple victims.

Don't think simple, think big!
  • 1 0
 @tprojosh: the race was in finland, but the racer won in california.
  • 7 0
 @bobeca: Sam Pilgrim's next video. "today's going to be epic, because Lewi will be controlling my suspension and gears"
  • 9 0
 Someone help me understand why it is only available for certain bikes? A fork is a fork, right? I might be able to understand the rear shock and leverage curves, mounting, etc... but why so specific? Licensing deal?


Also, I spent $3200 on my bike. This is over 3/4 the cost. This is crazy.
  • 1 0
 I believe the frame has to have the clearance for the battery/controller. Especially at the fork
  • 2 0
 @mechatronicjf: I also wonder if the programming for slope, pedaling, etc. comes fully from the BB sensor or if the system needs to understand positioning of the shock / frame to work properly. This would change frame by frame.
  • 2 1
 The article explains it pretty clearly...
  • 9 0
 SRAM's ultimate plan is to charge monthly subscriptions for AXS and Flight Attendant. It's already happening in the car world, where car makers like BMW are charging data and firmware subscriptions and rake in monthly recurring revenue. As informed consumers, it's your responsibility to reject products that accelerate obsolescence and make bikes harder to repair for home mechanics.
  • 3 0
 As someone working in the automotive industry, I can unfortunately say: right on, man!
  • 11 0
 But does that kit price include the fender?
  • 10 0
 It actually does... seems like a pretty good deal right?
  • 12 0
 @Chridel: does my fender lock out too? Otherwise no deal. and when the battery dies does the fender fall off?
  • 4 0
 @Chridel: I look at it the other way. Pay 3 grand for a fender and you get a little electronic doodad for you suspension. The question is do you get a hat included for this price.
  • 3 0
 @Chridel: definitely! This means you practically get the fork for free!
  • 2 0
 @WestC0astWanderer: Hat? Has to be a T-shirt.
  • 2 0
 @Chridel: rockshox blew it with their fender design thought. Two of the tiniest screws that will pull out the threads with even the slightest upward pressure. Ripped the fender right off my zeb gently putting my bike on the lift at the bike park. Cheesy
  • 7 1
 I wonder if SRAM will bring out an Orange Bikes specific flight attendant system called "secretary".........not only does it know which drawer the trail maps are in but it'll also answer your angry partners phone calls when your out riding with your buddies and auto block them......
  • 7 0
 I have a friend who upgraded to a flight attendant. Cost a lot, in the end didn't make him any happier than the original setup.
  • 15 0
 I have a friend who hooked up with a flight attendant for a while. He was very happy with the upgrade.
  • 5 0
 Went for a ride with my kids the other day and my battery died on my AXS. My fault but also annoying. Just another OCD thing to add to the list of daily OCD things to check. Love the wireless dropper post. I like the wireless shifting 90% of the time. Not sold on this tech just yet. But stoked to see where the tech goes in 10 years.
  • 12 4
 Well, it really takes some effort to let the battery die. When it starts flashing red you can easily get two or more rides from it still, so the problem is probably between the seat and handlebars. Wink
  • 1 1
 Did you know that every time you shift the LED lights up and tells you the charge level? Green for ok charge, orange for low, and red for very low.
  • 2 1
 @dkidd: never seen orange before
  • 11 4
 People getting mad online about something they’re in no way forced to purchase.

You guys get this mad when a new Porsche comes out too?
  • 12 1
 They would cry if they saw what a track day costs.
  • 4 0
 I think it’s important that we remove all choices from bike buying and we all ride the same base model bike that is priced as low as what the poorest rider in each region can afford. It’s shameful that someone would have a bike that costs more than someone else, it takes all the fun out of riding if I know someone at the trail head might have more features on their suspension than I do.
  • 5 0
 Choose life....buy some suspension and tune it.....buy a shockwizz for £200....find out the settings from the factory are pretty much optimal....sell the shockwizz ( for the same price you bought it).. stick with the standard settings.

I really dont see what this offers that a decent manual set up and a compression lock out lever does for far less.

Its just snake oil man..
  • 1 2
 Then don’t buy it. This doesn’t affect you in any way.
  • 1 0
 point me to these supposed remote lockout shocks please
  • 8 0
 Very reasonable!
  • 7 2
 As ridiculous as the price is, it’s in line with getting say, an EXT fork and shock, so not unprecedented.
  • 8 1
 but it's still Rockshox...
  • 9 3
 What a fucking joke. That's it that's all.
  • 5 0
 You can buy a new custom valved firk and shock for this price, which will work better as well.
  • 6 0
 Ahh yes, only 2700
  • 9 6
 Why on earth would you pay even 10% of the price for this? I've never wanted to lock out my fork anyways. Only competitive XC racers do.
  • 6 4
 It's more than a lockout. The fork input talks to the rear shock and they work together. I'm not saying it's a must have or a bargain, but it's doing much more than just locking out the suspension.
  • 3 0
 @hardtailparty: does is though? Yes it talk to the shock, it has accelerometers and angle sensor, but that’s only means to lock out fork/shock.
  • 4 0
 10%?? Hyperbole is getting you nowhere here.

If I could get a brand new high-end fork and shock for under 300$ I'd have already ordered three sets so I can swap 'em out and sell the used one every time they came up for service.
  • 2 0
 @hardtailparty: said the hardtail lol
  • 3 0
 @Quinn-39: Ah, Ok, I didn't read the article closely enough. I thought "upgrade kit" meant kits that retrofit existing shocks.
  • 1 2
 @hamncheez: good job commenting without even reading the article.
  • 3 0
 @tprojosh: I've ridden it (not on a hardtail) and it seriously impressed me. I've been mountain biking for 27 years, a lot on hardtails and a lot on FS. There are lots of people knocking this system who haven't tried it. I didn't love the idea of it on paper, but once I rode it I was seriously impressed. I think this opens some doors and solves some problems for frame designers. It's not necessary and it's not for everyone. I enjoy a simple bike, hence my love for hardtails, but this tech was more noticeable than I expected. My suspension didn't just lock out on climbs, it still tracked the ground, but it was more efficient than being fully open.
  • 4 0
 The pricing comments on here are generally stale and cringe...but this is fucking laughable.
  • 3 0
 Is this part of the pinkbike advent calendar giveaway? The odds of me winning this thing are higher than me actually buying it
  • 2 0
 I think this price point puts this product on the market for people like Post Malone and Jason Momoa...maybe. And even if they bought it, they wouldn't know how to use it. :,P
  • 1 0
 Hyper inconsistent suspension isn’t the answer for bikes. Riders dynamic weight shifts on the bike are a completely different dynamic to cars. Give us a 2 mode wireless ‘lockout’ blip that increases/decreases LSC to an adjustable level. Pedal on the road mode, open mode. Wireless, adjustable, reliable.
  • 3 0
 I want the sales pitch to have a video of a person doing lots of hand gesturing, oh and a bag of peanuts too please.
  • 3 1
 If I NEED to burn another $2700 on top of my already purchased suspension I'll just buy another shock and fork plus all the service parts for them.
  • 3 0
 Fork and shock come with this kit, so you are not spending "on top of".
  • 1 1
 I can't afford it, but hopefully it trickles down. Having my shock and fork firm up for climbs automatically, then open up for descending sounds pretty sweet. I could run less compression damping and make descents feel more supple, then climb up the trail without my suspension bobbing - without levers and cables everywhere.

I like how its default is open/descending mode, unlike live-valve, which has to react to bumps first to open up.
  • 1 0
 Costs more than my used carbon trail bike. And for that price you would think it would work on any bike instead of only a few brands. Dentists are going to be sad about this for sure.
  • 1 1
 It’s tuned and mapped to each bike. It’s the same with Live Valve, had to buy for your exact bike. It’s both software and valving.
  • 1 0
 YT had on black friday sale Flight Attendant model/s from 9000eur discount to 5800eur and 5500eur.
Must be selling "well"!
www.mtb-news.de/forum/attachments/af1a039f-3ecf-4b22-9ecc-2e224a3f5c09-jpeg.1591168
  • 1 0
 A ultimate fork and shock can sum up to $1800, so for another 1k you can now get this. That seems much less than the upmarking on the complete bikes … not a fan of all these electric tricks, though.
  • 1 0
 If you already have one of those bikes with a Super Deluxe and a Zeb. Is there no "cheaper" kit available? . Or shouldnt you be able to send the parts for the upgrade to flight attendant? That would have had much more sense!
  • 1 0
 I also don't understand the word upgrade here when you can't slap it onto your acutal rs
  • 2 0
 Far too many people read the title, quickly search for the price and head straight to the comment section. Price seems pretty fair considering it includes the fork and shock.
  • 3 0
 The photo looks like it has been duct taped on the rear shock lol
  • 2 0
 so a shock upgrade or a new 2nd bike for that price wonder what people will choose
  • 4 0
 Get better at riding $0
  • 2 0
 RockShox is just carpet bombing us to soften us up for the next version of Eagle that should be dropping any day now....
  • 1 0
 I don't understand the market for this. If I could afford it, why wouldn't I just have my butler adjusting my suspension. It is his job after all.
  • 3 0
 All I can hear is Rob Warner's voice shouting "Loooook at the priiiice!"
  • 1 0
 In the future when all resources has been emptied and we sit by the fire outside our cave, we say, "do you remember the crazy times, like when they released flight attendant?
  • 2 0
 Folks will literally spend $$$$ to not get their suspension tuned properly (according to SRAM's wishful thinking).
  • 1 0
 or spend $$$ to always know its not tuned
  • 1 0
 Bargain, so much so i plan to buy one for each of my bikes, my dh bike included, even if it doesnt fit my boxxers.
  • 3 2
 Sweet. I don't want it but I enjoy the hate from those who will never be able to afford it.
  • 1 0
 Robin Hood. Just rob the rich for your suspension development company. I support it
  • 1 0
 What happens when you sell your bike and want to take this Gucci suspension with you on your new bike?
  • 1 0
 This is getting ridicules, an non necessary upgrade with a price tag of a good full sus bike...
  • 2 0
 Inly 3k so I never have to move my arm 2'? DEAL Lol
  • 2 0
 “Flight attendant” aka for those who own Private Jets.
  • 1 0
 "Keep the 'lectrics off my bicycle and give me the analogue feels" - Joni Mitchell.
  • 1 0
 It is tragic that this cannot be added to the poorly-performing $10,000 USD Yeti that was recently tested.
  • 1 0
 It's nice and all that but why can't they do some simple stuff like a wireless lockout for your forks/shock?
  • 4 2
 #trashtuesday
  • 2 1
 I'd totally ride that system on my new Vitus
  • 1 0
 Do they make this for huffy bikes
  • 1 0
 TBF, this system on the Enduro would be incredible.
  • 1 0
 Will it be on the advent calendar? I'm interested
  • 1 0
 As useful as Cherokee hair tampons
  • 1 0
 you could buy two rigid bikes for that price
  • 1 0
 This site is a repository for overpriced crap
  • 1 0
 we all know that we dont really need this Big Grin
  • 1 0
 Really wishing i was a Neurosurgeon right now.
  • 1 1
 couldn't be more pointless if it tried.
  • 2 2
 Do dirtbikes even have this? The ones the pros race? Just curious.
  • 2 1
 The point of this system is based around pedaling efficiency. So that would be a no, haha.
  • 2 0
 @btjenki: I might be wrong but pretty sure that when it's specced on a trek slash then it may be about a little more than pedaling efficiency. Haha.
  • 1 0
 @btjenki: you really missed the point....theres nothing about pedaling ,and thats how the things should stay Big Grin its more about riders output on the cranks ..its a lot more different then pedaling efficiency ...
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 @LubEnduro: yeah. I did. Completely. I thought it was similar to the fox one. Which I also might be wrong about.
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 Will check back in 2032.
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 FANTASTIC NEWS
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 With 80% or more off, then maybe until the next latest and greatest gadget comes along.





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