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Rockshox Flight Attendant Trail now on Pike, Lyrik, ZEB, Super Deluxe & Vivid

2025 rockshox flight attendant suspension on a Canyon mountain bike.
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Remember all those 2025 Rockshox fork and shock updates from last week? Now you can get them with Flight Attendant electronic suspension controls.

Earlier this year, Rockshox made a lot of updates to Flight Attendant, letting it pull data from more sensors on the bike, including the AXS ecosystem of shifters, derailleurs, and power meters, to better understand how you’re riding your bike. It uses that data to learn, and then customizes the suspension’s performance based on your riding style, shifting and pedaling habits, and the terrain.

2025 rockshox flight attendant suspension on a Canyon mountain bike.
2025 rockshox flight attendant charger 3-1 damper.
The new Flight Attendant Charger 3.1 damper is available to upgrade 2023+ forks, too, just make sure you buy the correct control module to go with it.

All of those updates were first used on their XC products (SID and SIDluxe), but now they’re adding them to their complete lineup of top-level trail and enduro forks and shocks.

2025 rockshox flight attendant on lyrik fork

It works the same, learning from your riding, automatically changing your compression damping settings between Firm, Pedal, and Open modes. So, it’s more than just “open or closed”, it’s actually using all three modes, and can adjust the fork and shock independently for even more granular control.

2025 rockshox flight attendant super deluxe air shock.

You can also tune its bump tolerance, telling it to be more or less reactive to impacts, or just manually control the modes with your AXS shifter/dropper lever.

2025 rockshox flight attendant forks for trail and enduro bikes.

In addition to the XC products, Flight Attendant is now available on:

  • Pike – 1,960g – $1,499 (29″, 140mm travel)
  • Lyrik – 2,100g – $1,549 (29″, 160mm travel)
  • ZEB – 2,450g – $1,599 (29″, 170mm travel)
  • Super Deluxe – 569g – $949
  • Vivid Air – 780g – OE only
  • Vivid Coil – 960g – OE only

Limited upgrade options for rear shocks are offered for select Specialized, Trek, Santa Cruz, and Yeti models to start. You’ll need at least a fork and pedal sensor (standalone spindle-based model or Quarq powermeter spider) to make it work, but it gets better when you add it to a full AXS-equipped bike with a Quarq powermeter.

While you can upgrade 2023 and newer Pike, Lyrik & ZEB forks to have Flight Attendant, there are no upgrade kits to convert your existing rear shocks to add Flight Attendant to them. Aftermarket forks are sold with the travel listed above, but aftermarket travel adjustment/air spring kits are available separately.


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