The RockShox SID Flight Attendant prototype is also featured on Braidot's Santa Cruz Blur for the World Championships
We are in the middle of the week of the MTB World Championships and that means an avalanche of news and novelties. From Italy, Luca Braidot has just presented the custom Santa Cruz Blur CC with which he will compete in the World Championship and in addition to its aesthetics, it stands out for mounting the RockShox SID Flight Attendant suspensions that have not yet been presented.
Luca Braidot's Santa Cruz Blur CC with electronic RockShox SID Flight Attendant suspensions
Just a few weeks ago RockShox presented its new SID and SID SL 2024 range with 3 positions, but about its electronic models for XC we only know what we have been able to see in Nino Schurter's SCOTT Spark for some months. Something that from what we find again in this custom Santa Cruz Blur CC by Luca Braidot seems to be ready for market release.
It is a RockShox SID Ultimate fork and Lux shock with the brand's Flight Attendant technology and 120mm of travel. Two specific models for XC in which the electronics take over and adjust the operating mode of the suspensions in a matter of seconds.
Here you can read more about our test with the Flight Attendant technology and we leave you with the complete setup and weight of this race-ready Santa Cruz Blur CC.
Full set-up and weight of Braidot's Santa Cruz Blur CC
- Frame: Santa Cruz Blur CC
- Fork: RockShox SID Ultimate Flight Attendant 120mm
- Shock: Rockshox Lux Flight Attendant 120mm
- Drivetrain: SRAM XX1 Eagle SL, 36T with power meter
- Cassette: SRAM 12v 10/50
- Brakes: SRAM Level Ultimate 4 piston
- Discs: SRAM Centerlock, 180mm front, 160mm rear
- Stem: FSA 100mm, -12°
- Handlebar: Santa Cruz Carbon 690mm
- Grips: EasyGrips "Racer"
- Wheels: REserve |28, 29"
- Tyres: Vittoria Mezcal Prototype 29" 2.4 Tubeless
- Seatpost: RockShox Reverb AXS 80mm
- Saddle: Fizzik Antares Carbon
- Pedals: Crankbrothers Candy Titanium
- Weight: Ready to race - 10.2kg / 22.48lbs