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$6,399.00
Trails are evolving. Riders are evolving. Mountain biking is evolving. The new Switchblade is a highly capable, highly adaptable testament to the powers of adaptability. Mountain biking is demonstrably evolving. Trail riding is becoming increasingly dynamic; influenced by the physicality of Enduro racing and the agility of park riding, the best trail bike nowaday as has to excel across a wide span of terrain and riding styles. Adaptability and versatility are key. Bearing this in mind, Pivot set a simple design goal for the all new Switchblade : To build the best all-round mountain bike you can swing a leg over. “The Switchblade makes big gains in its descending performance while improving traction in technical climbing situations,” says Chris Cocalis, founder and CEO of pivot. “With more capable geometry and updated dw-link kinematics, the new bike handles better , climbs better, and is more comfortable in a bike park setting but retains its standing as a bike you can ride anywhere. This new Switchblade improves upon every area of performance, and sets a new bar for how a 140-150mm travel Trail/Enduro bike should ride.” Utilization of a slightly longer lower link infused the new Switchblade with Firebird DNA, allowing the 142mm of dw-link suspension travel to provide better small bump compliance, more tractability and improved bottom out resistance. Geometry has stretched to suit contemporary needs with a slacker head angle, steeper seat angle, increased reach and longer wheelbase. Versatility is added to these refinements with size -specific chainstays and a flip-chip that can fine tune geometry as well as cater to mixed rear wheel configurations. Ride farther, climb better, descend faster, hit every jump. Get a Switchblade.
$6,999.00
Trails are evolving. Riders are evolving. Mountain biking is evolving. The new Switchblade is a highly capable, highly adaptable testament to the powers of adaptability. Mountain biking is demonstrably evolving. Trail riding is becoming increasingly dynamic; influenced by the physicality of Enduro racing and the agility of park riding, the best trail bike nowaday as has to excel across a wide span of terrain and riding styles. Adaptability and versatility are key. Bearing this in mind, Pivot set a simple design goal for the all new Switchblade : To build the best all-round mountain bike you can swing a leg over. “The Switchblade makes big gains in its descending performance while improving traction in technical climbing situations,” says Chris Cocalis, founder and CEO of pivot. “With more capable geometry and updated dw-link kinematics, the new bike handles better , climbs better, and is more comfortable in a bike park setting but retains its standing as a bike you can ride anywhere. This new Switchblade improves upon every area of performance, and sets a new bar for how a 140-150mm travel Trail/Enduro bike should ride.” Utilization of a slightly longer lower link infused the new Switchblade with Firebird DNA, allowing the 142mm of dw-link suspension travel to provide better small bump compliance, more tractability and improved bottom out resistance. Geometry has stretched to suit contemporary needs with a slacker head angle, steeper seat angle, increased reach and longer wheelbase. Versatility is added to these refinements with size -specific chainstays and a flip-chip that can fine tune geometry as well as cater to mixed rear wheel configurations. Ride farther, climb better, descend faster, hit every jump. Get a Switchblade.
$7,799.00 - $8,909.00
Trails are evolving. Riders are evolving. Mountain biking is evolving. The new Switchblade is a highly capable, highly adaptable testament to the powers of adaptability. Mountain biking is demonstrably evolving. Trail riding is becoming increasingly dynamic; influenced by the physicality of Enduro racing and the agility of park riding, the best trail bike nowaday as has to excel across a wide span of terrain and riding styles. Adaptability and versatility are key. Bearing this in mind, Pivot set a simple design goal for the all new Switchblade : To build the best all-round mountain bike you can swing a leg over. “The Switchblade makes big gains in its descending performance while improving traction in technical climbing situations,” says Chris Cocalis, founder and CEO of pivot. “With more capable geometry and updated dw-link kinematics, the new bike handles better , climbs better, and is more comfortable in a bike park setting but retains its standing as a bike you can ride anywhere. This new Switchblade improves upon every area of performance, and sets a new bar for how a 140-150mm travel Trail/Enduro bike should ride.” Utilization of a slightly longer lower link infused the new Switchblade with Firebird DNA, allowing the 142mm of dw-link suspension travel to provide better small bump compliance, more tractability and improved bottom out resistance. Geometry has stretched to suit contemporary needs with a slacker head angle, steeper seat angle, increased reach and longer wheelbase. Versatility is added to these refinements with size -specific chainstays and a flip-chip that can fine tune geometry as well as cater to mixed rear wheel configurations. Ride farther, climb better, descend faster, hit every jump. Get a Switchblade.
$8,699.00 - $9,899.00
Trails are evolving. Riders are evolving. Mountain biking is evolving. The new Switchblade is a highly capable, highly adaptable testament to the powers of adaptability. Mountain biking is demonstrably evolving. Trail riding is becoming increasingly dynamic; influenced by the physicality of Enduro racing and the agility of park riding, the best trail bike nowaday as has to excel across a wide span of terrain and riding styles. Adaptability and versatility are key. Bearing this in mind, Pivot set a simple design goal for the all new Switchblade : To build the best all-round mountain bike you can swing a leg over. “The Switchblade makes big gains in its descending performance while improving traction in technical climbing situations,” says Chris Cocalis, founder and CEO of pivot. “With more capable geometry and updated dw-link kinematics, the new bike handles better , climbs better, and is more comfortable in a bike park setting but retains its standing as a bike you can ride anywhere. This new Switchblade improves upon every area of performance, and sets a new bar for how a 140-150mm travel Trail/Enduro bike should ride.” Utilization of a slightly longer lower link infused the new Switchblade with Firebird DNA, allowing the 142mm of dw-link suspension travel to provide better small bump compliance, more tractability and improved bottom out resistance. Geometry has stretched to suit contemporary needs with a slacker head angle, steeper seat angle, increased reach and longer wheelbase. Versatility is added to these refinements with size -specific chainstays and a flip-chip that can fine tune geometry as well as cater to mixed rear wheel configurations. Ride farther, climb better, descend faster, hit every jump. Get a Switchblade.
$9,899.00
Trails are evolving. Riders are evolving. Mountain biking is evolving. The new Switchblade is a highly capable, highly adaptable testament to the powers of adaptability. Mountain biking is demonstrably evolving. Trail riding is becoming increasingly dynamic; influenced by the physicality of Enduro racing and the agility of park riding, the best trail bike nowaday as has to excel across a wide span of terrain and riding styles. Adaptability and versatility are key. Bearing this in mind, Pivot set a simple design goal for the all new Switchblade : To build the best all-round mountain bike you can swing a leg over. “The Switchblade makes big gains in its descending performance while improving traction in technical climbing situations,” says Chris Cocalis, founder and CEO of pivot. “With more capable geometry and updated dw-link kinematics, the new bike handles better , climbs better, and is more comfortable in a bike park setting but retains its standing as a bike you can ride anywhere. This new Switchblade improves upon every area of performance, and sets a new bar for how a 140-150mm travel Trail/Enduro bike should ride.” Utilization of a slightly longer lower link infused the new Switchblade with Firebird DNA, allowing the 142mm of dw-link suspension travel to provide better small bump compliance, more tractability and improved bottom out resistance. Geometry has stretched to suit contemporary needs with a slacker head angle, steeper seat angle, increased reach and longer wheelbase. Versatility is added to these refinements with size -specific chainstays and a flip-chip that can fine tune geometry as well as cater to mixed rear wheel configurations. Ride farther, climb better, descend faster, hit every jump. Get a Switchblade.
$11,399.00
Trails are evolving. Riders are evolving. Mountain biking is evolving. The new Switchblade is a highly capable, highly adaptable testament to the powers of adaptability. Mountain biking is demonstrably evolving. Trail riding is becoming increasingly dynamic; influenced by the physicality of Enduro racing and the agility of park riding, the best trail bike nowaday as has to excel across a wide span of terrain and riding styles. Adaptability and versatility are key. Bearing this in mind, Pivot set a simple design goal for the all new Switchblade : To build the best all-round mountain bike you can swing a leg over. “The Switchblade makes big gains in its descending performance while improving traction in technical climbing situations,” says Chris Cocalis, founder and CEO of pivot. “With more capable geometry and updated dw-link kinematics, the new bike handles better , climbs better, and is more comfortable in a bike park setting but retains its standing as a bike you can ride anywhere. This new Switchblade improves upon every area of performance, and sets a new bar for how a 140-150mm travel Trail/Enduro bike should ride.” Utilization of a slightly longer lower link infused the new Switchblade with Firebird DNA, allowing the 142mm of dw-link suspension travel to provide better small bump compliance, more tractability and improved bottom out resistance. Geometry has stretched to suit contemporary needs with a slacker head angle, steeper seat angle, increased reach and longer wheelbase. Versatility is added to these refinements with size -specific chainstays and a flip-chip that can fine tune geometry as well as cater to mixed rear wheel configurations. Ride farther, climb better, descend faster, hit every jump. Get a Switchblade.
$4,999.99
KEY FEATURES: - Gambler Alloy Frame - RS Boxxer Select 200mm Fork - RS SuperDeluxe Select 200mm Shock - SRAM GX DH 7 Speed - Shimano 4 Piston Disc Brakes - Maxxis Assegai 2.5" DH Tires The Gambler 920 is a downhill mountain bike that was designed for one thing and one thing only, pure, unadulterated speed. We made it to get you to take lines you'd never thought imaginable, to make you want to go to the bathroom before your race run—twice. We made it so that when you drop out of the start gate, the only aspect holding you back will be, well, you. Taking years of racing development and mixing it with our carbon expertise, this bike is our answer to the needs of white-knuckle downhill racing. The Gambler, Simply Fast. TECHNOLOGIES: GAMBLER ADJUSTABILITY Our downhill bikes have always pushed the boundaries of adjustability. Both a rider and a bike need to be able to adapt to tracks, weather conditions, and choice of shock (air or coil.) The new Gambler allows you to switch between wheel sizes without changing any other components on the bike. Chain stay length can also be adjusted, independent of wheel size choice. Short with 29", sure thing. Long with 27.5" Yep, that too. The Gambler also comes with spare angled headset cups, so that you can adjust head angle relative to wheel size, fork choice, etc. We also have a 4-way chip to allow not only bottom bracket height adjustment relative to wheel size, but more importantly for geometry/kinematic tweaks depending on tracks, shocks or rider preference. We want the bike to be optimizable for each shock and rider given the track. All this adjustment allows us to focus on balance. And by balance, we mean the perfect combinations to find traction. Geometry and shock curve options help get a rider's center of mass in the perfect spot between the wheels for optimum levels of balance and traction. However, as race tracks change, this balance point changes, and not all bikes can change with it – we wanted to be able to do so. For instance, a bike with geometry for a steep track will roll slowly and push wide in turns on a flatter track, whereas a bike set up for flatter tracks will make it difficult for a rider to keep their center of gravity far enough back for steep tracks. GAMBLER INTEGRATED BASHGUARD AND CHAIN DEVICE It seems like it shouldn't make a huge difference on the bike, but it turns out it does. We even joke saying that it dictated the design of the entire bike. Why make this a proprietary piece? Chain devices are normally made to work with many different bikes and are therefore compromised. We only need to make it work for this one frame and a specific range of chainring sizes, so it can be easier to set up, better performing, lighter, and allows us to gain some advantages on the frame construction, further reducing weight and increasing reliability/durability. Historically, designing around a chain guide/bash guard was akin to designing around a front mech – not ideal. They require a heavy, molded alloy mount in the frame that can bend under impact, and leaves threads in the frame that can be damaged. These would restrict the frame's main pivot width and chain stay shape. In addition, the chain guide and bash guard were connected by a backplate, further increasing weight. With our design, we no longer have an in-molded alloy mount, nor do we have threads in the frame. More importantly, we're able to design a wider main pivot, making for a stiffer connection and better bearing life. We've been able to optimize our chainstay shape, helping us to better maintain stiffness and strength. It is easier to set up and adjust and lighter. We use built-in rubber shock absorbers with the bashguard, reducing further the potential for frame damage. Finally, as the bashguard and chain guide are separate pieces, should either get damaged, you don't need to replace the entire system, just the piece itself.
$5,999.99
KEY FEATURES: - Gambler Alloy Frame - FOX 40 Performance 203mm Fork - FOX Float X PE 200mm Shock - SRAM GX DH 7 Speed - Shimano SLX M7120 4 Piston Disc Brakes - Maxxis Assegai 2.5" DH Tires The Gambler 910 is a downhill mountain bike that was designed for one thing and one thing only, pure, unadulterated speed. We made it to get you to take lines you'd never thought imaginable, to make you want to go to the bathroom before your race run—twice. We made it so that when you drop out of the start gate, the only aspect holding you back will be, well, you. Taking years of racing development and mixing it with our carbon expertise, this bike is our answer to the needs of white-knuckle downhill racing. The Gambler, Simply Fast. TECHNOLOGIES: GAMBLER ADJUSTABILITY Our downhill bikes have always pushed the boundaries of adjustability. Both a rider and a bike need to be able to adapt to tracks, weather conditions, and choice of shock (air or coil.) The new Gambler allows you to switch between wheel sizes without changing any other components on the bike. Chain stay length can also be adjusted, independent of wheel size choice. Short with 29", sure thing. Long with 27.5" Yep, that too. The Gambler also comes with spare angled headset cups, so that you can adjust head angle relative to wheel size, fork choice, etc. We also have a 4-way chip to allow not only bottom bracket height adjustment relative to wheel size, but more importantly for geometry/kinematic tweaks depending on tracks, shocks or rider preference. We want the bike to be optimizable for each shock and rider given the track. All this adjustment allows us to focus on balance. And by balance, we mean the perfect combinations to find traction. Geometry and shock curve options help get a rider's center of mass in the perfect spot between the wheels for optimum levels of balance and traction. However, as race tracks change, this balance point changes, and not all bikes can change with it – we wanted to be able to do so. For instance, a bike with geometry for a steep track will roll slowly and push wide in turns on a flatter track, whereas a bike set up for flatter tracks will make it difficult for a rider to keep their center of gravity far enough back for steep tracks. GAMBLER INTEGRATED BASHGUARD AND CHAIN DEVICE It seems like it shouldn't make a huge difference on the bike, but it turns out it does. We even joke saying that it dictated the design of the entire bike. Why make this a proprietary piece? Chain devices are normally made to work with many different bikes and are therefore compromised. We only need to make it work for this one frame and a specific range of chainring sizes, so it can be easier to set up, better performing, lighter, and allows us to gain some advantages on the frame construction, further reducing weight and increasing reliability/durability. Historically, designing around a chain guide/bash guard was akin to designing around a front mech – not ideal. They require a heavy, molded alloy mount in the frame that can bend under impact, and leaves threads in the frame that can be damaged. These would restrict the frame's main pivot width and chain stay shape. In addition, the chain guide and bash guard were connected by a backplate, further increasing weight. With our design, we no longer have an in-molded alloy mount, nor do we have threads in the frame. More importantly, we're able to design a wider main pivot, making for a stiffer connection and better bearing life. We've been able to optimize our chainstay shape, helping us to better maintain stiffness and strength. It is easier to set up and adjust and lighter. We use built-in rubber shock absorbers with the bashguard, reducing further the potential for frame damage. Finally, as the bashguard and chain guide are separate pieces, should either get damaged, you don't need to replace the entire system, just the piece itself.
$4,410.00 $6,300.00 30% Off
Master of the gnarniverse. Bold claim for some. Fact-checked humility for the SB165. At home outside the tape, beyond the norm. Taken on the trails nobody talks about. Trusted on the lines where mistakes can’t happen. Comfortable with all the chaos. Pleased when you’re puckered. Fearless of your fear. FEATURES: CUT THE TAPE. The rowdiest trails are outside the tape, so we gravity-tested in the lab and toss-tested by Reed Boggs. SECURE IN THE ROUGH. Chainguide ready out of the box. And standard equipment on all SB165 builds. GRAVITY TESTED The SB165 is built tough. The frame meets Yeti DH testing standards, well beyond what others do for a 165mm trail bike. This thing will last for a lifetime, but we gave you a warranty to match just for good measure. LET’ER EAT Chair lift, Shuttle truck or self-shuttle. The SB165 doesn’t discriminate. If you choose to earn your turns, it’s no slouch. ANTI-SQUAT Across our line, we have chosen a relatively flat and high anti-squat curve in the beginning and mid-section of travel where pedaling commonly occurs a.k.a. the pedaling zone. This creates an efficient pedaling platform through your entire pedaling zone, as opposed to one single point. After the pedaling zone, there is an inflection point where the Switch Infinity link moves down, dropping the anti-squat drastically. Riders are typically not pedaling in this zone, so chain forces have less of an effect on the suspension performance. Decoupling of the chain forces allows the suspension to work more efficiently to absorb impacts making the feel of a Yeti distinct. LEVERAGE RATE When seeking to find the outer limits of personal performance, it would be a shame to reach the limit of your bike first. - PROGRESSIVITY: 27.5% NEW SCHOOL GEO FOR NEW SCHOOL FREERIDE. Devouring big terrain, the SB165 feels better the faster, steeper, and deeper riders go 1. SLACKER THAN MOST DH BIKES: The SB165 loves the steeps. 2. STEEP WHERE IT COUNTS: A steeper seat tube angle means pedaling back up isn’t a slog. 3. DUAL CROWN COMPATIBLE: Capable and already on Reed’s bike.
$4,830.00 $6,900.00 30% Off
Master of the gnarniverse. Bold claim for some. Fact-checked humility for the SB165. At home outside the tape, beyond the norm. Taken on the trails nobody talks about. Trusted on the lines where mistakes can’t happen. Comfortable with all the chaos. Pleased when you’re puckered. Fearless of your fear. FEATURES: CUT THE TAPE. The rowdiest trails are outside the tape, so we gravity-tested in the lab and toss-tested by Reed Boggs. SECURE IN THE ROUGH. Chainguide ready out of the box. And standard equipment on all SB165 builds. GRAVITY TESTED The SB165 is built tough. The frame meets Yeti DH testing standards, well beyond what others do for a 165mm trail bike. This thing will last for a lifetime, but we gave you a warranty to match just for good measure. LET’ER EAT Chair lift, Shuttle truck or self-shuttle. The SB165 doesn’t discriminate. If you choose to earn your turns, it’s no slouch. ANTI-SQUAT Across our line, we have chosen a relatively flat and high anti-squat curve in the beginning and mid-section of travel where pedaling commonly occurs a.k.a. the pedaling zone. This creates an efficient pedaling platform through your entire pedaling zone, as opposed to one single point. After the pedaling zone, there is an inflection point where the Switch Infinity link moves down, dropping the anti-squat drastically. Riders are typically not pedaling in this zone, so chain forces have less of an effect on the suspension performance. Decoupling of the chain forces allows the suspension to work more efficiently to absorb impacts making the feel of a Yeti distinct. LEVERAGE RATE When seeking to find the outer limits of personal performance, it would be a shame to reach the limit of your bike first. - PROGRESSIVITY: 27.5% NEW SCHOOL GEO FOR NEW SCHOOL FREERIDE. Devouring big terrain, the SB165 feels better the faster, steeper, and deeper riders go 1. SLACKER THAN MOST DH BIKES: The SB165 loves the steeps. 2. STEEP WHERE IT COUNTS: A steeper seat tube angle means pedaling back up isn’t a slog. 3. DUAL CROWN COMPATIBLE: Capable and already on Reed’s bike.
$5,530.00 $7,900.00 30% Off
Master of the gnarniverse. Bold claim for some. Fact-checked humility for the SB165. At home outside the tape, beyond the norm. Taken on the trails nobody talks about. Trusted on the lines where mistakes can't happen. Comfortable with all the chaos. Pleased when you're puckered. Fearless of your fear. FEATURES: CUT THE TAPE. The rowdiest trails are outside the tape, so we gravity-tested in the lab and toss-tested by Reed Boggs. SECURE IN THE ROUGH. Chainguide ready out of the box. And standard equipment on all SB165 builds. GRAVITY TESTED The SB165 is built tough. The frame meets Yeti DH testing standards, well beyond what others do for a 165mm trail bike. This thing will last for a lifetime, but we gave you a warranty to match just for good measure. LET'ER EAT Chair lift, Shuttle truck or self-shuttle. The SB165 doesn't discriminate. If you choose to earn your turns, it's no slouch. ANTI-SQUAT Across our line, we have chosen a relatively flat and high anti-squat curve in the beginning and mid-section of travel where pedaling commonly occurs a.k.a. the pedaling zone. This creates an efficient pedaling platform through your entire pedaling zone, as opposed to one single point. After the pedaling zone, there is an inflection point where the Switch Infinity link moves down, dropping the anti-squat drastically. Riders are typically not pedaling in this zone, so chain forces have less of an effect on the suspension performance. Decoupling of the chain forces allows the suspension to work more efficiently to absorb impacts making the feel of a Yeti distinct. LEVERAGE RATE When seeking to find the outer limits of personal performance, it would be a shame to reach the limit of your bike first. - PROGRESSIVITY: 27.5% NEW SCHOOL GEO FOR NEW SCHOOL FREERIDE. Devouring big terrain, the SB165 feels better the faster, steeper, and deeper riders go 1. SLACKER THAN MOST DH BIKES: The SB165 loves the steeps. 2. STEEP WHERE IT COUNTS: A steeper seat tube angle means pedaling back up isn't a slog. 3. DUAL CROWN COMPATIBLE: Capable and already on Reed's bike.
$6,230.00 $8,900.00 30% Off
Master of the gnarniverse. Bold claim for some. Fact-checked humility for the SB165. At home outside the tape, beyond the norm. Taken on the trails nobody talks about. Trusted on the lines where mistakes can't happen. Comfortable with all the chaos. Pleased when you're puckered. Fearless of your fear. FEATURES: CUT THE TAPE. The rowdiest trails are outside the tape, so we gravity-tested in the lab and toss-tested by Reed Boggs. SECURE IN THE ROUGH. Chainguide ready out of the box. And standard equipment on all SB165 builds. GRAVITY TESTED The SB165 is built tough. The frame meets Yeti DH testing standards, well beyond what others do for a 165mm trail bike. This thing will last for a lifetime, but we gave you a warranty to match just for good measure. LET'ER EAT Chair lift, Shuttle truck or self-shuttle. The SB165 doesn't discriminate. If you choose to earn your turns, it's no slouch. ANTI-SQUAT Across our line, we have chosen a relatively flat and high anti-squat curve in the beginning and mid-section of travel where pedaling commonly occurs a.k.a. the pedaling zone. This creates an efficient pedaling platform through your entire pedaling zone, as opposed to one single point. After the pedaling zone, there is an inflection point where the Switch Infinity link moves down, dropping the anti-squat drastically. Riders are typically not pedaling in this zone, so chain forces have less of an effect on the suspension performance. Decoupling of the chain forces allows the suspension to work more efficiently to absorb impacts making the feel of a Yeti distinct. LEVERAGE RATE When seeking to find the outer limits of personal performance, it would be a shame to reach the limit of your bike first. - PROGRESSIVITY: 27.5% NEW SCHOOL GEO FOR NEW SCHOOL FREERIDE. Devouring big terrain, the SB165 feels better the faster, steeper, and deeper riders go 1. SLACKER THAN MOST DH BIKES: The SB165 loves the steeps. 2. STEEP WHERE IT COUNTS: A steeper seat tube angle means pedaling back up isn't a slog. 3. DUAL CROWN COMPATIBLE: Capable and already on Reed's bike.
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