Tucked away on an attractive YT Tues CF DH bike within their booth, Bos was quietly showing off the next generation of their Void long travel air shock. Referred to simply as the Void 2, the shock has a few changes both internal and external that will make it an even stronger competitor in the DH air shock game…
Where the original Void used a hex bolt and a flat head for adjustments, the Void 2 adds allen key adjustment for high speed and low speed compression. Inside we’re told there is also a new piston for better performance, but almost everything else remains the same. Available aftermarket in early July, the shock will run $820.
The Idylle Air DH fork also gets a few updates with new high and low speed compression adjustments and a new 27.5″ casting with better tire clearance.
Both products will come stock on the Pro model of the YT Tues CF DH bike. Introduced to the U.S. within the last year, the bikes sell consumer direct with the Tues CF Pro selling for $5,195.