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RockShox Flight Attendant makes sure your forks & shocks are always set perfectly setting, and these are the new mountain bikes launching now with wireless, automatic MTB suspension control! Get AXS enabled sensors on fork, shock & crankset to send data to the Flight Attendant controller for automatic, electronically adjusted suspension on-the-fly. Pick from Flight Attendant trail, all-mountain & enduro bikes from Canyon, Specialized, Trek & YT with more expected on the way soon…
Canyon Neuron & Spectral with RockShox Flight Attendant
Buyers can pick the shorter 130mm travel Neuron trail bike with 140mm forks for singletrack slaying and all-day trail rides. The new 8000€ carbon Canyon Neuron CF SLX LTD gets a RockShox Super Deluxe Ultimate Flight Attendant shock and Pike Ultimate Flight Attendant fork, paired with an equally wireless & electronic SRAM X01 Eagle AXS groupset and Zipp 3Zero Moto carbon wheels in Radiant Red pinkish paint.
Looking to go bigger? Then the longer travel carbon Spectral 29 might be up your alley with 150mm rear & 160mm front travel equipped with RockShox’s new automated Flight Attendant suspension control. For the same 8000€, you can get a carbon Canyon Spectral 29 CF LTD AXS with a RockShox Super Deluxe Ultimate Flight Attendant shock and Lyrik Ultimate Flight Attendant fork, again paired wireless electronic SRAM X01 Eagle AXS drivetrain and enduro-ready DT Swiss XMC carbon wheels in Mono Chrome black & white.
Specialized S-Works Enduro LTD with Flight Attendant
Boldly calling it the bike that defines the genre’s name, Specialized’s top-tier S-Works Enduro gets a LTD update with Flight Attendant. The single limited edition complete build comes in a unique raw carbon front end with a limestone mud splatter rear end. On top of the new RockShox ZEB Ultimate Flight Attendant fork & Super Deluxe Ultimate Flight Attendant shock, you also get a SRAM XX1 Eagle AXS drivetrain, Reverb AXS dropper post, Code RSC brakes, Roval Traverse SL carbon wheels, and top-of-the-line everything else.
The $12,500 S-Works Enduro LTD with Flight Attendant is available for pre-order now with no estimated delivery date through your local dealer or via: Specialized.com
Trek Slash 9.9X with Flight Attendant
Trek’s latest, longer-travel enduro OCLV carbon Slash is also slated to get a Flight Attendant upgrade. Trek hasn’t shared pricing or expected availability of the new spec, but we know mostly what to expect. The new 160mm rear/170mm front carbon 29er will supersede the previous top-spec $11,500 Slash 9.9 with the upgrade to a ZEB Ultimate Flight Attendant fork & Super Deluxe Ultimate Flight Attendant shock. It does look set to carry over the same XX1 AXS Eagle drivetrain, Reverb AXS dropper, and Bontrager Line Pro carbon wheels.
Keep an eye out for official pricing & availability at: TrekBikes.com
YT Jeffsy & Capra with RockShox Flight Attendant
YT gets in the groundbreaking RockShox Flight Attendant games with an Uncaged 6 build of each of their all-mountain Jeffsy and full-on enduro Capra in limited numbers as the new tech looks like it will be hard to get ahold of.
There will be just 300 individual YT Jeffsy 29 Uncaged 6 all-mountain bikes available worldwide with Flight Attendant. With 150mm front & rear through a RockShox Lyrik Ultimate Flight Attendant fork & Super Deluxe Ultimate Flight Attendant shock, the carbon Jeffsy gets a full AXS build of SRAM XX1 Eagle AXS & a Reverb AXS dropper, plus a Crankbrothers Synthesis Enduro Carbon I9 Hydra wheelset.
Even fewer smart enduro bikes, only 200 YT Capra 29 Uncaged 6 bikes will be available. YT says the hard-hitting enduro 29er will get spec’d with a 170mm RockShox ZEB Ultimate Flight Attendant with the RockShox Super Deluxe Ultimate Flight Attendant shock delivering 165mm of rear wheel travel. The$9500 / 9000€ carbon Capra 29 Uncaged 6 also gets a SRAM X01 Eagle AXS drivetrain & AXS Reverb dropper, Code RSC brakes, and Crankbrothers Synthesis Enduro Carbon I9 Hydra wheels.