RockShox has now revealed its 2018 product line and there’s a whole lot of news when it comes to front suspension. Stealing the show is an all-new Pike – for the full story on that, plus initial ride impressions, check out our detailed first ride review. Elsewhere there are updates to many of the firm’s most popular models, with revisions that range from minor updates to ground-up redesigns.
2018 RockShox Revelation
The Revelation RC will have 120-150mm of travel, is Boost-only and will work with 27.5in or 29in wheels.
- The Revelation costs £610-£680 / $650-$720.
2018 RockShox Lyrik
This big hitter gets a new Boost-only chassis so loads of tyre clearance (up to a 2.8in with the 27.5in fork), new DebonAir spring (albeit tuned differently to Pike) and Charger 2 damper. It’ll also be offered with a remote option (RCT Remote and RC Remote) and both the 27.5in and 29in options have a maximum travel of 180mm travel.
- The Lyrik RCT3 and RCT Remote is priced at £970-£1,100 / $1030-$1,180.
“It’s the same basic concept as the Charger you know today, but we’re doing things a little bit differently,” says Jon Cancellier, RockShox product manager. ”The main goal behind the damper was knowing that I wanted to have remote options.”
2018 RockShox Yari
No major changes have been made to the Yari, aside from the new Boost-only chassis and new DebonAir spring.
- The Yari RC costs £660-£735 / $700-$780.
2018 RockShox RS-1
The inverted fork gets the new Charger 2 damper, complete with a total locked-out mode for the best possible efficiency, as well as a new 130mm travel trail option.
- The RS-1 RLC costs £1,580/$1,680.
- The RS-1 RL is priced at £1,650/$1,750.