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Enduro courses. World Cup Downhill courses. It’s hard to tell the difference between the two these days. Well, right up until the point when you have to grind your way to the top of the absolute hairball descent—that would be enduro. And that is also where the new Firebird 29 enters the picture with its speed generating 29er wheels and a penchant for kicking ass. The Firebird 29’s big wheels gobble up miles with ease, roll right over the gnar and add insane levels of traction to the mix. But this is no monster truck. The Firebird 29 is a lightweight machine that boasts a poppy, lively feel that long-travel 29ers have never possessed. Until now. The Firebird 29 features a bomber, yet ultra-light, full-carbon frame constructed with leading edge carbon fiber materials and Pivot's proprietary molding technology. With its long front-center and short chainstay combination, the Firebird 29 possesses that nimble, snappy feel that tempts you to make bold line choices yet allows you to stay in complete control when you’re warping down trails at World Cup speeds. The dw-link rear suspension enabled Pivot to build a bike that achieves the ultimate in both downhill and climbing performance. The dw-link’s anti-squat and variable wheel travel path traits yield both the square-edge bump absorption of a downhill bike and the crisp pedaling efficiency of a shorter-travel trail bike. The Firebird is compatible with both 29-inch and 27.5-inch wheels without compromise, thanks to the flip-chip and adjustable geometry. Super Boost Plus rear spacing adds stiffness and control, while hassle-free, full-length internal cable routing keeps cables neat and protected. If you want a bike that crushes climbs, slays descents, and rewrites the 29er playbook, the Firebird 29 hits the mark.
Purpose-built to meet the demands of enduro and aggressive trail riding, Pivot’s Switchblade is a versatile ripper with a huge advantage no matter where you shred. Combining modern geometry tweaks with a stiff and lightweight carbon frame gives you both unmatched high-speed stability through chunky terrain and effortless split-second manuals over seemingly impossible obstacles. With a 135mm-travel double wishbone rear triangle design employing dw-link’s anti-squat and variable wheel travel path, the Switchblade achieves the best performance in high speed and technical sections while also maintaining precise handling and an efficient, poppy ride. A 150mm Fox 36 Factory FIT4 fork attacks obstacles relentlessly while a Fox Factory DPS EVOL shock expertly handles spring and damping duties in the rear. This PRO X01 Eagle build features the SRAM's X01 Eagle drivetrain with a huge gear range to get you anywhere on the mountain. Shimano XT hydraulic disc brakes follow up with great power and modulation, while the DT Swiss wheelset teams up with Maxxis rubber to carve through dirt with precision. A Fox Transfer dropper post and Phoenix carbon handlebar complete the stellar spec, giving you an outstanding all-terrain, all-conditions ride.
$6,799.00 - $6,799.99
The 5010 is the most fun you can have on two off-road wheels and Danny MacAskill’s wee bike of choice. Turning trails into pump tracks and logs into launches, this bike begs to spend as much time above the ground as on it. It's a laser-sharp, agile trail whip that turns on a dime and loves to pop and play. The 130mm-travel 5010 sports short chainstays and a low BB for a uniquely playful character and an insatiable appetite for negotiating steep, technical climbs. When it’s time to descend, the bike’s 66.2/66.5-degree head tube angle (adjusted via flip chip) and generous reach/short stem combo equate to precise, confident handling. The upper-link driven shock VPP suspension is configured to be sharp and responsive. A firm beginning stroke makes for responsive, snappy pedaling and provides support for small bump, bump-jump playfulness, while the progressive curve offers the bottom-out resistance to make it feel like there’s a lot more travel than there actually is. There’s also more than enough tire clearance to run just about any size tire, with room to run 2.8-inch tires if that’s your thing. The 5010 Carbon CC X01 features more performance-oriented components to match your aggressive riding style. SRAM Guide RSC hydraulic disc brakes and an X01 Eagle 1x12 drivetrain provide pinpoint speed control with incredibly low weight, whether you're tucking in for a tight corner or giving it the gas up a scrambly climb. Fox absorbs the chop to keep you tracking truly with a 34 Float fork and DPX2 shock while the 27.5-inch tubeless-ready Race Face rim and Maxxis Minion tire combo is light and responsive for efficient, stable handling. Kick it up a few notches with an upgrade to Santa Cruz’s Reserve wheels, featuring a carbon rim that holds up to abuse better than most rims of any material, all while staying true and shaving precious rotating mass. It’s considered the deep cut in the Santa Cruz range by the riders who really know. While people busily overbike, 5010 owners get to the source. It’s the thrasher’s tool.
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On the new 100mm travel SB100, Yeti unveils its new Switch infinity rear suspension system on what is a gravity inclined XC bike. It's light weight and tucked away nicely so the seat tube stays uninterrupted which allows for longer dropper seat posts and a water bottle mount in the front triangle.
The new Yeti SB130 is one of the most capable big-travel 29ers you can buy. Though it weighs around 30 pounds, it absolutely crushes descents and rides as well uphill as any all-mountain or enduro bike. At the heart of the SB130 suspension design is Yeti's patented Switch Infinity suspension system. The Yeti SB130 is built to tackle any type of terrain - from buffed out singletrack, to rugged EWS race courses - it can hold its own on a huck. The SB130 has progressive trail inspired geometry. Yeti took what they learned from the SB5 and their Factory team riders. A patent pending wishbone shock extender was developed to change the leverage ratio and shock clearance. An integrated headset allows for a lower overall stack height and cleaner carbon layup. Internally tunneled routing allows for clean lines, ease of maintenance, and less translation of housing during suspension movement. Yeti's TURQ Series bikes are made with the highest quality carbon fiber available and offer the perfect balance of stiffness and compliance.
The new Yeti Cycles SB150 is one of the most capable big-travel 29ers you can buy. Though it weighs around 30 pounds, it absolutely crushes descents and rides as well uphill as any all-mountain or enduro bike. The Yeti SB150 is built to tackle any type of terrain - from buffed out singletrack, to rugged EWS race courses - it can hold its own on a huck. Think of the SB150 as an SB130 with an added advantage at flat out speed or in the steepest of steeps. Although the SB130 and SB150 handling and demeanor are very nearly identical, the additional 20mm of travel at both ends simply allow the rider to push harder. For serious enduro racers chasing EWS points, or who regularly spend days in the bike park, or for riders on terrain once limited to full-blown downhill bikes, the SB150 is the obvious choice At the heart of the SB150 suspension design is Yeti's patented Switch Infinity suspension system. Switch Infinity utilizes a patented translating pivot that switches direction as the bike moves through its travel. This provides excellent anti-squat characteristics for superior pedaling performance and ideal suspension characteristics as it gets deeper into the travel. The SB150 has progressive trail inspired geometry. Yeti took what they learned from the SB5 and their Factory team riders. A patent pending wishbone shock extender was developed to change the leverage ratio and shock clearance. An integrated headset allows for a lower overall stack height and cleaner carbon layup. Internally tunneled routing allows for clean lines, ease of maintenance, and less translation of housing during suspension movement.
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