Eliflap shared a picture of this from a German forum that got the picture from a Czech website.
The news I can see is that it’s made for the new Lefty 2.0, the rear damper is more tucked in to the frame (like a Specialized Epic) and the rear part is a bit different than on todays Scalpel and it got internal wiring. Will be interesting to see if they can make it as good as the transition from Flash to F-Si seems to be. Still haven’t tried an F-Si but would love to if I can sometime, seems like they got things right with that one.
Long time since last bike now but here comes a cool one. Erik Jonsson who owns Tune Sweden built this years racebike:
A Lefty Carbon XLR fork, Bike Ahead Composites wheels with Dugast 45mm tires. Shimano XTR Di2 but with a Sram X01 cassette and KMC X11SL chain. Tune Smartfoot crankset with Sram XX1 chainring. Tune Geiles Teil stem, Tune Türnstange handlebar, Tune Starkes Stück seatpost, Tune Komm-Vor saddle. And so on. A lot of Tune and really cool bike. 9kg at the moment:
Sram got a new 29er wheelset. Carbon fibre tubular rims at 325g and their new hubs with the option so use their new 27mm Predictive Steering axle:
And then the biggest news from the Sram group. Rock Shox RS-1 inverted fork is now released:
Only for 29″ at the moment
New Accelerator damper
Predictive Steering axle.
So to explain it easy it’s a Lefty with two legs and without needle bearings. Cost over 300€ more and is over 400g heavier. I don’t really understand. It also needs a new special hub with the 27mm Predictive Steering axle to stiffen things up. Much more choices for Lefty 😉 Here is a video about it: