Rumored to finally be near production, Fox Live made it’s first semi-public appearance this week at the Eurobike trade show. Hiding in plain sight, the suspension system was mounted up to a Scott Genius 900 Ultimate. The build card lists the suspension as the Fox 34 Float Live Valve up front and the Live Valve Electronic System out back.
And while Fox made it clear over at their booth that Live is coming late August, there’s not much detail other than it will be a “fast-acting automated electronic suspension system.”
Clearly, there is a battery pack that mounts to the downtube below the bottle cage.
This sits in front of two canisters labeled Live Valve.
If you follow the wires, it leads up to the fork where there is a wire that enters the damping side of the Fox 34 suspension fork. Both the front and rear have an allen bolt with what appears to be a soft/firm adjustment.
There are also two more wires with one that leads to the fork arch, and another that goes to the chain stay, just behind the rotor.
Other than that, we can’t really tell you much. For now.