There you were thinking we were done from Vegas, but no. Here is Sram Part 3, Rock Shox suspension. Here you'll find the Vivid Air, new Boxxers, some photos of Semenuk and Peaty's bikes, and more! --- Vivid Air drops 400g from the coil. I had the pleasure of riding one this summer, and it feels absolutely fantastic. Durability will be less than the coil, but expect it to remain quite sturdy. The Vivid Air uses Rock Shox's new Hot Rod Technology, which reduces fade in the rebound of travel. It will come in two models, the Vivid Air R2 and the Vivid Air R2C. Peaty's Boxxer... What could be your Boxxer... The new Boxxer World Cup weighs 2714g and has all the standard adjustments of a top of the line fork. Steve's bike looked like the fastest stationary object at the show. Monarch R. Air shock line up for all mountain applications. Internals of the RS fork line. The Lyrik is back with either 160 or 170mm travel, Maxle Lite and comes in Grey, White and Black. 2011 Argyle will come in red, black and white with a 140mm travel option for slopestyle riders. Brandon Semenuk's custom Trek rig equipped with a Monarch on the back and an Argyle up front.