Instead of just aiming to create a great eMTB, Pivot first looked to develop a highly capable enduro/trail bike that would allow riders to achieve more on a mountain bike. Enter the Shuttle, and with it, you'll ride farther and harder than ever. With a focus on being lightweight and sporting a progressive geometry, the utilizes a carbon fiber frame and perfectly tuned suspension to make the Shuttle the lightest, rowdiest eMTB on the market. It pedals great, shreds corners, and crushes techy descents. To cap off an already exceptional bike, the Shimano E-8000 power supply is efficiently integrated into the down tube so handling stays predictable and snappy while keeping an overall low profile aesthetically. The Shuttle raises the bar for eMTB geometry. Pivot wanted to provide the same performance riders got with their world-class enduro bikes but optimized for the electric platform. They knew it had to be long and slack up front, have short chainstays, and maintain a low center of gravity. The end result is a beast of a bike that is confident on chunky descents, fun as hell when ripping through tight corners, and surefooted on huge climbs. While it may sound like Pivot just made another kick ass mountain bike and threw a motor on it, that's not entirely true. The Shuttle began with design principles that would ensure it stayed true to Pivot's trail shredding roots, but at every stage of development they took into account the demands of the electric motor and the unique stresses it puts on the bike and components. All of that work led to several key design adjustments that result in an eMTB that allows you to reap all the benefits of an electric-assist motor while keeping the ride quality almost identical to Pivots best mountain bikes. The Shuttle's most notable design features include a more robust chassis, tougher linkages, and a strengthened EB1550 DT Swiss wheelset built with a Super Boost Plus 157 rear hub that increases stiffness by 30%. Pivot worked with FOX to dial in a suspension system perfect for the added power of eMTBs and partnered with Maxxis on the Silk-Shield tire casings design that excel in durability and traction with even less rotational weight. Years of research, development, and testing have gone into every bit of the Pivot Shuttle in order to make it the best Class 1 eMTB available.
$5,199.99 - $9,799.98
*Most specs will need to be special ordered. Pivot’s Mach 5.5 is truly a jack of all trades and master of every single one. Built on a high-modulus carbon frame, the 140mm of dw-link suspension unites concepts learned from both XC and downhill domains. The result is a trail bike that claws its way up just about anything with unparalleled pedaling efficiency, then eats up square-edge bumps, sticking like glue to white-knuckle descents. Pivot dialed in that suspension control front and rear with a Fox Factory DPS EVOL shock and 160mm Fox 36 Factory fork, both more than ready to tackle the A line where the C line scares off most. Harness the Mach 5.5’s built-in climbing prowess with the huge range and ultralight shifting precision of SRAM's XX1 Eagle 12-speed drivetrain, knowing you have the control to push your limits with the modulation and power you'll have on tap with XX1 Guide Ultimate brakes. And, the Mach 5.5 TEAM build features robust Reynolds carbon rims laced to Industry Nine hubs, all rolling on front- and rear-specific Maxxis 27.5 x 2.6 WT tires, giving you gallons of traction without spilling an ounce of speed.
$5,099.99 - $9,199.99
*Most specs will need to be special ordered. Crushes Climbs, Slays Descents...And Rewrites the 29er Playbook 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.
$5,099.99 - $9,199.99
*Most specs will need to be special ordered. 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 Team XTR 1x build features Shimano's superlight XTR drivetrain, powered up by a Race Face Next SL carbon crankset. XTR Trail hydraulic disc brakes follow up with tremendous power and svelte weight, while the Reynolds Enduro carbon and Industry Nine 27.5+ wheelset teams up with 2.8-inch Maxxis rubber to carve through dirt with sharp precision and insane traction. A Fox Transfer dropper post and Phoenix carbon handlebar complete the stellar spec, giving you an outstanding all-terrain, all-conditions ride.
$3,599.99 - $7,499.99
*Most specs will need to be special ordered. The Pivot LES 27.5 balances stiffness, tuned compliance, and outstanding pedaling performance in a highly maneuverable and lightweight carbon hardtail. Fly to the front and rocket through corners with the responsive carbon frame that boasts a tapered head tube, 92mm-wide bottom bracket, and powerful Boost axle spacing. The Swinger dropout system makes it easy to convert from a geared to singlespeed set up, and full internal cable routing keeps things nice and neat. The LES 27.5 TEAM XX1 Eagle comes equipped with 2.2-inch Maxxis Ikon tires wrapped around DT Swiss XMC 1200 carbon wheels for no-quit grip and super-light, precise trail-feel. Equipped with a 100mm Fox 32 Factory Step-Cast fork, the monster-range and incredibly lightweight SRAM XX1 Eagle 12-speed drivetrain, and aptly named Guide Ultimate hydraulic disc brakes, you have a speed-loving hardtail built for XC dominance.
$5,199.00 - $6,699.00
The 2020 Pivot Vault bicycle boasts pure speed and utility for your gravel cycling adventures. Huge tire clearance, incredible power transfer, and ride tuned frame compliance come together for the quickest bike to ever hit backcountry roads. The Vault features a full carbon frame with hollow core internal moulding that weighs in at just 998 grams. It also has internal cable routing, high tire clearance, hidden fender mounts, BB386EVO bottom bracket, and thanks to ISO FLEX Technology, it fits 27.2mm or 30.9mm seatposts that are isolated from the frame for extraordinary comfort.
The Ultimate Trail Bike. The Mach 5.5 Carbon builds on the legacy of Pivot's renowned Mach 5.7 Carbon as the quintessential trail bike. With 140mm of dw-link rear travel, it sticks to and claws up just about anything, with tremendous pedaling efficiency for such an aggressive rig. On descents, the Mach 5.5 Carbon's incredible square edge bump performance and 160mm travel Fox 36 fork enable you to conquer terrain that makes other bikes cower. It's a bike that inspires you to climb while looking forward to the descents and that begs you to push your limits while putting a smile on your face. Pivot applied their proprietary hollow-core internal molding technology to the Mach 5.5 and crafted a best-in-class frame for quality, strength, and weight. Then, they gave it a long and low geometry, putting the rider in a confident, stable stance. The bike’s short (430mm) chainstays and relatively steep seat angle help it rail the tightest corners and absolutely crush the steepest climbs, while the boost rear spacing adds stiffness and control on the descents. The Mach 5.5 Carbon can run any 27.5 tire combination from 2.1–2.6-inch, so your options are nearly unlimited. Additional frame details such as the Cable Port System, space for a large water bottle, and front derailleur compatibility prove that brawn and brains can certainly coexist.
Pivot's 204mm-travel Phoenix DH Carbon takes on the biggest lines with a brutally fast combination of stiffness, low weight, and true World Cup-worthy handling. Pivot is at the forefront of mountain bike technology, so this full carbon frame packs advanced tech: internal cable routing, dropper post routing, carbon ISCG tabs, carbon rear brake post mounts, and an adjustable head angle. Pivot means business when it comes to stiffness and durability, so you're equipped with a 157x12mm rear end, 107mm BB, integrated downtube and swingarm protection, and Enduro Max bearings on all pivots. And, you can trust in the legendary performance of the Phoenix's Rock Shox Boxxer, a name intimately connected with the top DH podium spot. Shimano's Zee drivetrain sends your power to the ground, offering a close-ratio 10-speed setup to keep you on the gas all the way to the bottom. Zee hydraulic disc brakes provide the massive stopping power necessary for pushing the envelope, while the Sun Ringle A.D.D. Comp wheels and unrivaled Maxxis Minion rubber combo holds on through blown-out off-cambers and loose landings. From World Cups to pickup shuttles, this Phoenix is ready to blaze.
Pivot's 204mm-travel Phoenix DH Carbon takes on the biggest lines with a brutally fast combination of stiffness, low weight, and true World Cup-worthy handling. Pivot is at the forefront of mountain bike technology, so this full carbon frame packs advanced tech: internal cable routing, dropper post routing, carbon ISCG tabs, carbon rear brake post mounts, and an adjustable head angle. Pivot means business when it comes to stiffness and durability, so you're equipped with a 157x12mm rear end, 107mm BB, integrated downtube and swingarm protection, and Enduro Max bearings on all pivots. With a Fox 40 Air Kashima fork up front, you have the platform for build up the rig of your dreams. From World Cups to pickup shuttles, this Phoenix is ready to blaze.
Pivot’s Mach 5.5 is truly a jack of all trades and master of every single one. This high-modulus carbon frame features 140mm of dw link suspension that unites concepts learned from both XC and downhill domains. The result is a trail bike that claws its way up just about anything with unparalleled pedaling efficiency, then eats up square-edge bumps, sticking like glue to full-pucker descents. Pivot dialed in the Frame Kit's suspension control with a Fox Factory DPS EVOL shock. Add a 160mm fork and a suite of high-end components to build a bike that will sweep away your expectations of what a trail bike can do.
Pivot’s roster of world class downhill and enduro athletes had tons of input in designing the 155mm-travel Mach 6 Aluminum. The 27.5-inch wheel size, slack head angle, short chainstays and low BB height all add up to an incredibly versatile and capable bike. This aluminum frame was created with next-generation, variable wall thickness hydro-forming technology, giving it carbon-level strength, stiffness, precision, and control. Fox controls the dw-link's inherently efficient movement, with a Float Factory DPS EVOL shock to keep traction high when the trail turns choppy.
Elevate your dirt jump game with the Pivot Point. The sturdy chromoly steel frame with tapered head tube makes it so responsive, it feels like a natural extension of your body. With a threaded bottom bracket shell, ISCG05 mounts, and interchangeable dropouts, it's easy to set up the Point for anything from the pump track at your local bike park to sending it big at Crankworx.
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