$3,699.00 $4,990.00 26% Savings
Forget wheel size debates, Pivot's Mach 429 Trail blurs lines just as much as it blurs the scenery. With 116mm of rear travel, short chainstays, and a slack head angle, the 429 Trail takes to technical descents like a true trail bike should. Hollow core, internal, high compression carbon molding and all the obsessive detailing you expect from Pivot, combined with dw-link suspension controlled by Fox, offers incredible pedaling efficiency and small bump compliance in a fast, flickable, and energy-efficient ride. The Mach 429 Trail Team XO1 build features a 130mm Fox 34 Factory Kashima fork, SRAM's terrain-eating X01 1x12 drivetrain, a Reynolds/i9 carbon wheelset, and Shimano's legendary XT hydraulic disc brakes. Boost hub spacing provides increased rigidity as well as compatibility for a switch to 27.5+ for the increased traction and floatation plus-size tires provide, too. Added all up, the Mach 429 Trail is the perfect choice for your next rowdy ride.
$3,999.00 $6,199.00 35% Savings
This is the one you've been waiting for. 4,000 foot descents. 3-hour climbs. Bike-park lift access. Pivot's Mach 6 Carbon dominates all terrain. It's full carbon frame is specifically designed with 27.5-inch wheels and dw-link suspension throwing down 155mm of travel. That means every bit of this enduro shred machine is optimized to rule the trails. It climbs quickly with a good seat angle and top tube length, and descends even better with a 66-degree head angle, low bottom bracket, and custom tuned Fox Factory Kashima Float X shock. Pivot knows bikes, so the frame is set up with internal cable routing, stealth dropper post routing, ISCG05 tabs, and post-mount disc caliper mounts. For an aggressive bike like this, stiffness is key, so you have a PF92, tapered head tube, and Boost 148 rear spacing for maximum response and efficiency. For the Mach 6 Carbon Team X01 Eagle build Pivot specs SRAM's solid X01 Eagle 1x12 drivetrain, and follows with Shimano XT brakes for tackling the gnarliest trails around. DT Swiss XM rims paired to Maxxis High Roller II rubber take directional cues from the stout and plush Fox 36 Factory Kashima fork, putting precise control in your hands for utmost confidence during high-stakes descents.
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