Pivot fat bikes are for all season and all surface cycling. Ride where others can't and embrace old man winter with oversized fat tires to enhance traction, floatation, and bump absorption. From Singletrack to Snow—One Bike Rules It All The Pivot LES Fat is the world's most versatile big-tire machine. Compatible with almost every wheel size available, from 26" and 27.5" Fat to 27.5+ to 29er, the LES Fat is a four-season hardtail that can take you from singletrack to snow to sand with no compromises.
Crazy Fast Meets Ridiculously Capable There's a dizzying range of bikes out there these days—XC, trail, all-mountain, enduro...What if you just want a bike that rips on nearly every trail? This is that bike. The Trail 429 is brilliant just about everywhere. It accelerates and climbs like a cross-country bike yet more than holds its own on tough terrain. We took the original Mach 429 Trail, completely reshaped the chassis, and gave the bike a truly progressive geometry. The Trail 429 is even more capable on technical terrain than its predecessor yet doesn't sacrifice a thing in the quick and nimble departments. Effortless handling, incredible power transfer, and blazing acceleration are what set the Trail 429 apart from so many other trail bikes. Lightweight, Capable, and Perfectly Balanced The best trail bikes are neither whippy nor overbuilt. They are, in a word, balanced. We sweat the details—painstakingly developing the precise mix of resins, composite fibers, lay-orientation, and frame shaping to create a chassis with the perfect blend of strength and stiffness. We've also given the Trail 429 many of the same strength and stiffness-enhancing features that you'll find on our gravity-oriented bikes, including a double-wishbone rear triangle, Super Boost Plus rear axle spacing, ultra-wide suspension linkages, and burly bearing assemblies. With the Trail 429, we've upped the ante on downhill performance without any loss in versatility. Tuned for the Trail Dave Weagle's dw-link design is renowned for providing great traction and downhill control without adding energy-sucking suspension bob or "squat"—that's also why it's the heart of the Trail 429. We've paired that class-leading dw-link suspension with custom-tuned Fox Float DPS (Dual Piston System) that give the Trail 429 120 millimeters of smooth and controlled rear suspension. The metric-sized Fox DPS shock features an extremely positive "firm" position that makes easy work of long fire-road climbs. To match the Trail 429's deep-feeling rear suspension, we've equipped each model with a 130mm Fox 34 suspension fork.
Gravity Defying Cross Country Rocket Ship The Mach 4 SL is designed to let World Cup level athletes capitalize on every inch of increasingly technical courses and generate speed where others hesitate. Our engineers have pushed the boundaries in every conceivable metric of cross country performance. It's the lightest, fastest 100mm travel XC race bike we've ever developed. Go ahead, turn yourself inside out and leave it all out on the race course because the new Mach 4 SL leaves nothing on the table. Weighty Goals Cross country racers know that every gram counts. Pivot's engineers didn't set out to cut a few grams—they insisted on slashing hundreds. Starting at 1845 grams, the Mach 4 SL takes a front-row seat in the ultralight full suspension category and has the best stiffness to weight ratios we've ever created. The new Mach 4SL is over 300 grams lighter than its feathery predecessor, the Mach 429 SL—that's 3/4 of a pound! Optimized tube shapes, a more compact frame design, exotic hi-mod materials, and a dual upright, reinforced swingarm push strength and stiffness while allowing weight to be shaved everywhere. More weight evaporates with an integrated headset and race-proven carbon suspension bearing pockets that leave almost no metal in the frame. Steep climbs and sharp accelerations never felt so good—or fast. Short or Tall, it Fits Them All Proper fit is critical to maximizing our body's output, so we made sure the Mach 4 SL fits the widest range of riders and all genders without compromise. The extra-small size fits riders down to 4'10" with a lower standover height than even our Mach 4 Carbon with 27.5" wheels, and the extra-large size fits riders up to 6'7" tall. A shorter stack, longer reach, and steeper seat angle put you in a powerful position to churn out the watts mile after mile. Size-specific carbon layups and shock tunes make sure all riders experience the same cutting edge performance and ride across the size range.
The Ultimate Trail Bike The Mach 5.5 Carbon builds on the legacy of our 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 unparalleled pedaling efficiency. 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. Ultra Light. Ultra Strong. Weight matters…and so does strength. The Mach 5.5 Carbon matches Mach 6 Carbon durability while achieving Mach 429 SL Carbon weights. The result is the perfect balance of frame stiffness and ride feel. The frame's carbon structure features our proprietary hollow core internal molding process combined with a highly optimized lay-up design, utilizing lighter weight, high modulus materials that save up to a pound (.45kg) over other trail and enduro bike designs. The Mach 5.5 Carbon is available as a complete bike, with builds weighing under 27lbs (12.2kg) complete with dropper, and with frame weights as low as 5.2lbs (2.35kg). Ultra Capable. The Mach 5.5 Carbon's well-balanced geometry makes it the ultimate trail bike weapon. We combined a long and low cockpit with a 66.5-degree head angle for high-speed stability and amazing downhill performance. The bike's short (430mm) chainstays and relatively steep seat angle help it rail the tightest corners and absolutely crush the steepest climbs. We've also evolved our mid-travel link design. By utilizing the same rear-shock pivot cartridge-bearing design found in our longer-travel models (such as the Firebird and Phoenix), we've given the Mach 5.5 Carbon the unmatched, small-bump compliance and traction that Pivot is known for—in a lighter weight and more compact design.
Consider the Bar Officially Raised Pivot's renowned Mach 6 Carbon is longer, lower, and sets a new benchmark for enduro and aggressive trail bikes. The Mach 6's peerless pedaling efficiency and downhill handling make it the perfect choice for dropping into black-diamond terrain and hitting technical features at race pace. From peak to podium, the Mach 6 Carbon is enduro performance, redefined. Longer, Lower...For Every Size of Rider The Mach 6 features truly progressive geometry—a slacker head angle and long cockpit for stability and poise on the steepest descents, a steeper seat angle to help you scale the worst climbs, and shorter chainstays for snappy handling on the tightest trails. On a lot of bikes "long and low" essentially means "This isn't going to fit you smaller riders". But that's not the case here. Though we went long and low on the new Mach 6, smaller riders still fit the bike easily. That's because our Medium, Large, and X-Large see significant increases in top tube length, while our Small and X-Small models remain compact, in keeping with our rider-size-specific design philosophy. What's more, smaller riders still reap the climbing advantages of the steeper seat angle and the capable descending traits that come courtesy of the slacker head angle. Suspension Perfected We spec'd the Mach 6 with a Fox Factory Kashima Float DPX2 shock, tuned specifically for enduro and trail applications. The Float DPX2 features X2 oil-flow architecture in a lighter, better-pedaling package. The DPX2 also offers an incredibly wide range of tuning options to suit a wide range of rider weights and preferences; those include three on-the-fly lever adjustments—Open, Medium, and Firm options, with an additional adjustment for tuning low-speed compression on the open setting. The EVOL air sleeve on the Mach 6's DPX2 significantly reduces the force required to initiate travel, for the ultimate in small bump compliance and better bottom-out resistance. When combined with the ultra-low friction Kashima coating, this design offers an incredibly plush feel with a wide range of damping adjustments.
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. Playful Yet Stable The Firebird 29 features a long front center, short chainstays, a low center of gravity, and a decidedly slack 65-degree head angle to deliver unmatched stability and handling. Plus, a new flip-chip adjustment system in its upper linkage offers quick and easy geometry fine tuning. Taking a page from the Phoenix DH Carbon's progressive geometry, the Firebird combines some of the longest reach measurements in the sport, with short, 16.96" (431mm) chainstays. The Firebird's long and low geometry gives you increased stability at high speeds and on steep technical challenges, while its short chainstays provide a maneuverable, dynamic ride that makes it easy to put the bike precisely where you want it. The Bomb-Proof Bantam Weight The Firebird 29 has a lot to live up to. On one hand, it needs to withstand repeated pummelings at bike parks and on the toughest trails. It has to be bomb proof. On the other hand, it also needs to be incredibly light—this bike is meant to give you an edge on the climbs. Since a 29er wheelset inherently packs more grams than the same wheelset in a smaller, 27.5 diameter, we knew there couldn't be any fat on the Firebird 29 frame. So, we made it both bomb proof and lean. Thanks to our own hollow-core, high-compression carbon molding process and an exacting combination of composite materials and shapes, we are able to deliver an ultra-light frame that meets the same stringent testing requirements for strength and stiffness as our World Cup downhill bike. Firebird frames weigh in at a mere 7 pounds (3.2kg) while complete bikes tip the scales at sub-30 pounds(13.5kg).
Factory Team Developed, Race Proven Speed The Phoenix 29 rises from the success of its predecessor to be the next evolution in downhill speed and performance. Working alongside the Factory Race Team, our engineers started with a blank sheet of paper in order to build the downhill rig of their dreams. Everything needed to change—chassis, geometry, suspension design, and of course, wheel size. The team wanted an ultra-fast, low slung speed machine that's ready to blaze down the gnarliest of World Cup tracks. It also needed to be capable of sending it big on countless bike park laps. Well, we have good news—you don't have to dream. The Phoenix 29 is real. And it's really fast. Speed Team From the wide-open ski slopes of Les Gets to the treacherously steep roots and rocks of Val di Sole, the Phoenix 29 let our Factory Race Team push their personal limits like nothing else. That's because from day one our race team was highly involved with the Phoenix 29 design. Working closely with our engineering team, the racers provide direct feedback after testing prototypes in the best way possible: World Cup racing. Initial goals of keeping the ride feel as similar to the 27.5 version they loved so much were quickly superseded with advancing a bike that is even better. The Phoenix 29 is quite simply the fastest, most capable World Cup DH bike on the planet. All the Right Moves Without a doubt, 29er wheels roll faster, smooth out rough courses, and carry a ridiculous amount of momentum. They offer improved tracking and braking in turns too. Short 17" (44.3mm) chainstays add 'playful', 'flickable', and 'manuals for days' to its repertoire. This makes it incredibly fun in a bike park, and extremely quick in tight, technical wooded sections. Whether it's your job to win races at the highest level or you want to session the bike park with friends, the Phoenix 29 is insanely fun and always fast.
There’s a dizzying range of bikes out there these days—XC, trail, all-mountain, enduro....What if you just want a bike that rips on nearly every trail? This is that bike. The Trail 429 is brilliant just about everywhere. It accelerates and climbs like a cross-country bike yet more than holds its own on tough terrain. We took the original Mach 429 Trail, completely reshaped the chassis and gave the bike a truly progressive geometry. The Trail 429 is even more capable on technical terrain than its predecessor yet doesn’t sacrifice a thing in the quick and nimble departments. Effortless handling, incredible power transfer and blazing acceleration are what set the Trail 429 apart from so many other trail bikes.
Eye watering speed. Telepathic handling. Unflappable stability. More fun than a barrel of monkeys. The new Mach 6 brings the benchmark stability and enduro performance of our 29” Firebird and infuses it with the unbridled fun that only 27.5” wheels can generate. The Mach 6 blends these seemingly contradictory traits together into a true do-it-all superhero; a bike that is at home everywhere from the sculpted hits of park riding to the burly chunk of the untamed backcountry.
The Shuttle redefined electric assist mountain biking. Sleek, lightweight, capable, beautifully crafted, with the motor and battery seamlessly integrated into its design, the Shuttle ushered in a whole new way of riding. Now, the redesigned Shuttle has the juice to take your riding even further. A sophisticated carbon fiber chassis houses an equally sophisticated Shimano EP8 drive unit and a massive 726 Wh battery. Progressive geometry, highly evolved dw-link suspension, and a brawny Fox 38 fork offer unmatched suspension performance and handling. The Shuttle has the power to take you where you dream of going, and give you the ride of your life getting there and back. The Power To Go Big The 726 Wh battery demolishes old expectations about range and gives you the power to ride longer and explore deeper. Shimano's EP8 drive unit is incredibly efficient, extending battery life even further. Our uniquely adapted battery features a new two-bolt release system, making battery swaps or off-the-bike charging a snap. An ergonomic power button and discreet charging port are cleanly integrated into the Pivot Cable Port System for an elegant and simple interface. Now you can boost more without worrying about battery life, and really stretch those long rides out. The Ultimate Edge Shimano's EP8 is lighter, quieter, and more powerful than its predecessor. This next-level drive unit is perfectly matched with the Shuttle's suspension design. The dw-link's legendary pedaling efficiency extracts every last ounce of effort from each assisted pedal stroke, regardless of how much assist the motor is providing. The dw-link suspension and metric Fox DPX2 shock provide 140mm of plush, controlled performance, matched with a stout, 160mm travel Fox 38 fork. Chassis, suspension, motor, and battery integrate together at the pinnacle of eMTB evolution, setting you free to expand your limits on the trail, wherever and however you like to charge.
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