S-Works Enduro LTD
This is the bike that defines the very genre that bears its name—the S-Works Enduro LTD climbs with utmost efficiency yet stays calm on even the gnarliest descents. And now with RockShox’s latest Flight Attendant technology, you get wireless, predictive damping that keeps you charging descents and powering up climbs with less fiddling and more sending.
It also features a bomber yet lightweight carbon frame that blissfully tackles the kind of terrain that chews up and spits out lesser bikes.
Just when we thought we couldn’t possibly outdo ourselves, we did. With SRAM's XX1 Eagle AXS drivetrain, Code RSC four-piston disc brakes, and top-of-the-line everything else, the S-Works Enduro LTD is simply as good as it gets.
- RockShox Flight Attendant — We’ve spec’d the S-Works Enduro LTD to be ready for take-off with RockShox’s latest development in suspension technology—Flight Attendant. This new tech uses a suite of wireless sensors—located on your fork, rear shock, and crankset—working in unison to detect every bump, pitch, and pedal stroke you make, enabling you to ride faster, longer, and spend less time adjusting your suspension. But don’t worry, it still comes with three compression positions: Open, Pedal, and Lock if you care to do the adjusting yourself. Further, being a part of the AXS Ecosystem means you can also control, personalize, and monitor all your AXS components, and firmware updates over time will allow your Flight Attendant system to learn and receive new features.
- INCREDIBLY CAPABLE — If the Enduro looks like its sibling, the Demo, it’s because they share plenty of downhill DNA. A more-rearward axle path reduces wheel hang-up on big impacts. A low- and forward-positioned shock keeps it planted and confident-feeling at high speeds. And balanced chassis stiffness helps the front-end steer precisely and keeps the rear-end tracking like it’s on rails. Add it all up and you have a bike that laughs in the face of the steepest, rockiest trails.
- ASTONISHINGLY FAST—UP AND DOWN THE TRAIL — Stomp on the pedals and the new Enduro accelerates far quicker than you'd expect possible from a downhill bruiser. To start, we increased anti-squat, so the suspension better-resists pedal bob. Then, to further its efficiency, we re-directed the angle of the chainstay and upper shock linkages for a much more efficient design. The end result? Less bobbing, more speed.
- FAST STARTS WITH FIT — Fast and fit aren't mutually exclusive, which is why the progressive geometry of the Enduro has been designed for going up and down. To start, seat tubes and stack heights don’t grow massively between sizes, meaning you can now pick a frame size based on both your height and your riding style. Pair this new sizing style with a slacker head angle, longer reach, and steeper seat tube across the line, and you’re left with a quicker and more capable steed, no matter the size.