Blister Brand Guide: Pivot Mountain Bike Lineup, 2020

Intro

When considering a new mountain bike, there are so many similar-looking bikes on the market being made by so many different companies, it is virtually impossible to (1) know where to begin; (2) quickly figure out which one or two products from a given brand might work well for you; and (3) determine what products from other brands might be the most similar and also worth considering.

So in our new “Blister Brand Guide” series, we provide an overview of the entire product lineup of a brand; highlight how each product stands out from the rest of that brand’s lineup; and help you figure out quickly and easily which bike might work best for you.

In our individual product reviews, we go very deep into the details of particular products. With these Brand Guides, the goal is not Depth, but Breadth. Our Brand Guides and full reviews are designed to complement each other — provide a broad overview of entire company lineups, and then also very detailed reviews of individual products. 

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About Pivot

Pivot was founded in 2007 by industry vet, Chris Cocalis (formerly of Titus), and is based in Tempe, Arizona. Originally best known for long-travel Trail bikes, they now offer a full range, from XC hardtails, a Dirt Jumper, an electric MTB, a fat bike, a Gravel bike, DH race bikes, and a bunch of models that slot into the Trail / Enduro category. Pivot doesn’t offer many entry-level bikes, but riders looking for the latest and greatest in bike technology will find plenty of high-end build kits and options like the Fox Live Valve, etc.

While Pivot makes a couple of aluminum bikes, most of their frames are carbon.

Pivot’s Suspension Design: DW-link (named for its inventor, Dave Weagle)

Current Warranty (for the original purchaser)

  • Ten-year warranty on all carbon frames purchased on or after June 1st, 2017
  • Three-year warranty for alloy frames
  • One-year warranty on all paint, finish, and bearings on all frames
  • For more information, visit Pivot Cycles

Before we get into their specific models and build options, here are some things to keep in mind when deciding on which build level to go with, and why.

First, when looking at complete bikes, suspension and wheels are going to make the biggest difference in how a bike really rides. Spend money on those before other things like higher-end drivetrain parts, cockpit parts (e.g., stem, handlebars, etc.), cranks, etc.

Tires make an enormous difference in performance, but are cheaper and easier to upgrade, especially since they tend to wear down quicker than other components. Upgrading a lower-end front tire to something better — and saving the original for rear-tire use — can be a good way to improve a bike while still making use of the originals, since front tires are generally a lot more important than rear tires when it comes to traction.

Drivetrain parts can be upgraded piecemeal as they wear out, or if you just want to upgrade down the line. Higher-end cassettes are mostly just lighter, while higher-end shifters and derailleurs get lighter, smoother, and sometimes last a bit longer as you go up in price.

We’ll outline here the different models in Pivot’s MTB lineup, organized from most cross-country-oriented (XC) to downhill-oriented (DH). In other words, the bikes at the top of the list are optimized to pedal and climb uphill very well, while the bikes at the bottom are optimized to handle very rough, steep, and challenging descents very well.

We’ve included some notable information for each model:

Available build kits & their MSRP

  • Best Budget Build: These are the build kits that we think make the most sense for people trying to spend the least amount without ending up with a build that’s going to immediately break or need to be upgraded.
  • Most Performance for the Price: These are the build kits that we think make the most sense for people seeking the best balance of performance and cost. I.e., if you don’t need to get the cheapest bike, but you also don’t need the absolute lightest bike or all the newest bling, this is the build we think makes sense for you.
  • Suspension travel (e.g., 100 mm of travel, 130 mm of travel, etc.)
  • Wheel size (e.g., 27.5”, 27.5+, 29”)
  • Frame material options (e.g., alloy vs. carbon)
  • A brief description of what the bike was designed for and any notable design details.
  • Some of the bike’s most direct competitors from other brands
  • Which Pivot bike it’s most similar to
  • Reasons why you should buy it
  • Reasons why you should not buy it

Pivot Mountain Bikes

(Most Cross-Country-Oriented to Most Downhill-Oriented)

Blister Brand Guides: Pivot Cycles 2020 Mountain Bike Lineup explained and overviewed
  • Front: 100 mm
  • Rear: Hardtail
  • 29"
  • Carbon
Pivot’s lightest and most racing-oriented 29” XC hardtail. 1x and 2x drivetrain compatible.

Consider If:

  • You race or ride cross-country style on more smooth trails
  • You appreciate a lightweight hardtail that climbs well
  • You ride or race cross-country-style for long distances on more smooth trails
  • Plus-sized wheels and tires appeal to you

Don’t Bother If:

  • You often ride or race steep, technical, and bumpy trails
  • You like a bike that is forgiving on descents
  • Race XT 12-Speed: $3,799* – Best Budget Build
  • Race XO1: $4,299*
  • Pro XT/XTR 12-Speed: $4,999 
  • Pro XO1: $5,599 – Most Performance for the Price
  • Team XTR: $7,199
  • Team XX1: $7,699
  • Team Frame Kit: $3,099*
  • Team Frame: $2,099*

*These build kits are available October 1st, 2019.

  • Specialized Epic HT
  • Scott Scale
  • Giant XTC
  • Norco Revolver HT
  • Santa Cruz Highball
  • Canyon Exceed

 

Blister Brand Guides: Pivot Cycles 2020 Mountain Bike Lineup explained and overviewed
  • Front: 100 mm
  • Rear: Hardtail
  • 27.5"
  • Carbon

One of few XC racing-oriented 27.5” hardtails on the market. Different frame & geometry than the Les SL 29”. 1x and 2x drivetrain compatible.

More like the Les SL than the Mach 4 SL (World Cup Builds)

Consider If:

  • You race or ride cross-country style on more smooth trails
  • You appreciate a lightweight hardtail that climbs well
  • You ride or race cross-country-style for long distances on more smooth trails

Don’t Bother If:

  • You often ride or race steep, technical, and bumpy trails
  • You like a bike that is forgiving on descents
  • Race XT: $3,799 – Best Budget Build
  • Race XO1: $4,299
  • Pro XT/XTR 12-Speed: $4,999 
  • Pro XO1: $5,899 – Most Performance for the Price
  • Team XTR: $7,199
  • Team XX1: $7,699
  • Team Frame Kit: $2,999
  • Team Frame: $2,099

 

  • Scott Scale 700
  • Trek Procaliber (XS and S sizes)
  • Norco Revolver HT (XS size)
  • Cannondale F-Si (XS size)
Blister Brand Guides: Pivot Cycles 2020 Mountain Bike Lineup explained and overviewed
  • Front: 100 mm
  • Rear: 100 mm
  • 29"
  • Carbon

More XC race-oriented versions of the Mach 4 SL, including a shorter-travel fork. Full Fox Live Valve integration. Can fit 2 water bottles inside front triangle.

More like the Mach 4 SL than the Les 27.5”.

Consider If:

  • You race or ride cross-country style on slightly bumpy, steep, and technical trails
  • You appreciate a full-suspension bike that climbs well
  • You ride or race cross-country-style for long distances on trails that are more bumpy and / or technical

Don’t Bother If:

  • You often ride steep, fast, technical, bumpy trails
  • You like a bike that is more forgiving on descents than it is a good climber
  • XTR: $8,399 – Best Budget Build & Most Performance for the Price
  • XTR w/ Fox Live Valve: $10,299 
  • XX1: $8,699
  • XX1 AXS: $9,299
  • XX1 w/ Fox Live Valve: $10,599
  • XX1 AXS x/ Fox Live Valve: $11,199
  • Frame Kit: $4,599*
  • Frame Kit w/ Fox Live Valve: $6,599*

* These build kits are not yet available from Pivot as of Oct 3rd, 2019.

  • Specialized Epic
  • Scott Spark RC
  • Giant Anthem 29
  • Cannondale Scalpel-Si
  • Santa Cruz Blur
  • Intense Sniper XC
  • Norco Revolver FS 100
  • Canyon Lux
Blister Brand Guides: Pivot Cycles 2020 Mountain Bike Lineup explained and overviewed
  • Front: 120 mm
  • Rear: 100
  • 29"
  • Carbon

Pivot’s full-suspension 29″ XC bike. Full Fox Live Valve integration. Can fit 2 water bottles inside front triangle. Less racing-oriented than the above World Cup builds.

More like the Mach 4 SL (WC Builds) than the Mach 4 Carbon (Race Builds)

Consider If:

  • You are looking for a bit more fun out of a full-suspension cross country bike
  • You appreciate a dropper post
  • You race or ride cross-country style on slightly bumpy, steep, and technical trails

Don’t Bother If:

  • You often ride steep, fast, technical, bumpy trails
  • You like a bike that is more forgiving on descents than it is a good climber
  • Race XT: $4,999* – Best Budget Build
  • Race XO1: $5,599*
  • Pro XT/XTR 12-Speed: $6,399 – Most Performance for the Price
  • Pro XT/XTR w/Fox Live Valve: $8,099
  • Pro XT/XTR 12-Speed w/ Fox Live Valve: $8,299
  • Pro XO1: $6,999
  • Pro XO1 w/ Fox Live Valve: $8,899
  • Team XTR: $8,499
  • Team XTR w/ Fox Live Valve: $10,399
  • Team XX1: $8,799
  • Team XX1 AXS: $9,399
  • Team XX1 w/ Fox Live Valve: $10,699
  • Team XX1 AXS w/ Fox Live Valve: $11,299
  • Team Frame: $3,399*
  • Team Frame Kit: $4,599*
  • Frame Kit w/ Fox Live Valve: $6,599*

*These build kits are not yet available from Pivot as of October 3rd, 2019

  • Specialized Epic
  • Scott Spark RC
  • Giant Anthem 29
  • Cannondale Scalpel-Si
  • Santa Cruz Blur
  • Intense Sniper XC
  • Norco Revolver FS 100
  • Canyon Lux
Blister Brand Guides: Pivot Cycles 2020 Mountain Bike Lineup explained and overviewed
  • Front: 100 mm
  • Rear: 115 mm
  • 27.5"
  • Carbon

More cross-country race-oriented package of the Mach 4 Carbon. One of few XC-race 27.5” bikes. Shorter-travel fork than standard Mach 4 Carbon builds. Low stand-over height, ideal for shorter riders.

More like the Mach 4 Carbon than the Mach 4 SL

Consider If:

  • You race or ride cross-country style on slightly bumpy, steep, and technical trails
  • You appreciate a full-suspension bike that climbs well
  • You ride or race cross-country-style for long distances on trails that are more bumpy and / or technical
  • You are a shorter rider who prefers 27.5”-wheeled bikes
  • You like a bike with a low standover height

Don’t Bother If:

  • You often ride steep, fast, technical, bumpy trails
  • You like a bike that is more forgiving on descents than it is a good climber
  • You want the faster-rolling performance of 29” wheels in your XC bike.
  • Pro XT XC Race: $5,699 – Best Budget Build
  • Pro XO1 XC Race: $6,699 – Most Performance for the Price
  • Team XTR 1x Race Spec: $8,199
  • Team XX1 Race Spec: $8,499
  • Cannondale Scalpel-Si (Size S)
Blister Brand Guides: Pivot Cycles 2020 Mountain Bike Lineup explained and overviewed
  • Front: 130 mm
  • Rear: 115 mm
  • 27.5"
  • Carbon

XC / Trail bike with low weight, 27.5” wheels, and low stand-over height, ideal for shorter riders.

More like the Mach 4 Carbon (Race Builds) than the Trail 429.

Consider If:

  • You ride slightly bumpy, steep, and technical trails
  • You appreciate a full-suspension bike that climbs well
  • You ride or race cross-country-style for long distances on trails that are more bumpy and / or technical
  • You like a bike with a low standover height

Don’t Bother If:

  • You often ride steep, fast, technical, bumpy trails
  • You like a bike that is more forgiving on descents than it is a good climber
  • You want the faster-rolling performance of 29” wheels in your XC bike
  • Race XT: $4,799 – Best Budget Build 
  • Race XO1: $5,199 
  • Pro XO1: $6,799 – Most Performance for the Price
  • Team XTR: $8,199
  • Team XX1: $8,599
  • Frame Kit: $4,499
  • Frame: $3,399
  • Specialized Stumpjumper ST 27.5
  • Giant Anthem 27.5
Blister Brand Guides: Pivot Cycles 2020 Mountain Bike Lineup explained and overviewed
  • Front: 130 mm
  • Rear: 120 mm
  • 27.5”+ or 29"
  • Carbon

Lightweight XC / shorter-travel Trail bike. Accepts 27.5”+ & 29” wheels.

More like the Mach 4 Carbon than the Switchblade.

Consider If:

  • You appreciate a bike that climbs well, but want some more capability than a pure cross-country bike
  • You want a bike that is relatively well-rounded
  • You ride a mix of terrain and styles
  • You appreciate a lightweight bike

Don’t Bother If:

  • The trails you ride are mostly smooth and flat
  • You’re looking for a bike that is very capable and forgiving in steep, technical, fast, bumpy descents
  • Race XT / 29”: $4,899 – Best Budget Build
  • Race XT / 27.5”+: $4,899 – Best Budget Build
  • Race XO1 / 29”: $5,399 
  • Race XO1 / 27.5”+: $5,299
  • Pro XT/XTR 12 Speed / 29”: $6,099 – Most Performance for the Price
  • Pro XT/XTR 12 Speed / 27.5”+: $6,099 – Most Performance for the Price
  • Pro XO1 / 29”: $6,899 
  • Pro XO1 / 27.5”+: $6,999
  • Team XTR / 29”: $8,399
  • Team XTR / 27.5”+: $8,499
  • Team XX1 / 29”: $8,799
  • Team XX1 / 27.5”+: $8,799
  • Team XX1 AXS / 29”: $9,799
  • Team XX1 AXS / 27.5”+: $9,799
  • Team Frame and Crank: $3,999
  • Santa Cruz Tallboy / Juliana Joplin V3
  • Specialized Stumpjumper ST 29
  • Giant Trance 29
  • Kona Satori
  • Transition Smuggler 
  • Intense Sniper Trail
  • Ibis Ripley
  • Norco Revolver FS 120
  • Evil The Following MB
  • Cannondale Habit
  • Scott Spark
  • Canyon Neuron
Blister Brand Guides: Pivot Cycles 2020 Mountain Bike Lineup explained and overviewed
  • Front: 160 mm
  • Rear: 135 mm
  • 27.5"+ / 29"
  • Carbon or Aluminum

Pivot’s best Quiver Killer. Accepts both 29″ and 27.5″+ wheels and tires. More downhill-oriented than the Trail 429.

More like the Mach 5.5 than the Trail 429.

Consider If:

  • You appreciate a good, fast, technical, and / or steep descent, and are willing to climb for it
  • You occasionally ride lift-served bike parks or shuttle to the top of descents
  • Plus-sized wheels and tires are appealing to you

Don’t Bother If:

  • The trails you ride are mostly smooth and flat
  • You want a very capable and forgiving bike that crushes descents and are willing to sacrifice some climbing ability
  • Race XT / 29”: $5,299 – Best Budget Build
  • Race XT / 27.5”+: $5,199 – Best Budget Build
  • Race XO1 / 29”: $5,799
  • Race XO1 / 27.5”+: $5,799
  • Pro XT/XTR 12 Speed / 29”: $6,699 – Most Performance for the Price
  • Pro XT/XTR 12 Speed / 27.5”+: $6,699 – Most Performance for the Price 
  • Pro XO1 / 29”: $7,499
  • Pro XO1 / 27.5”+: $7,499
  • Team XTR / 29”: $8,999
  • Team XTR / 27.5”+: $8,999
  • Team XX1 / 29”: $9,399
  • Team XX1 / 27.5”+: $9,399
  • Team XX1 AXS / 29”: $10,399
  • Team XX1 AXS / 27.5”+: $10,399
  • Team Frame and Crank: $4,099
  • Specialized Stumpjumper 29
  • Trek Slash
  • Santa Cruz Hightower / Juliana Maverick
  • Yeti SB130 LR
  • Commencal Meta TR 29
  • Kona Process 153 29
  • Transition Sentinel
  • Intense Primer 29
  • Ibis Ripmo
  • Norco Sight 29”
  • Devinci Troy 29
  • Evil The Offering
  • Cannondale Jekyll 29
  • Scott Genius
  • Canyon Strive
Blister Brand Guides: Pivot Cycles 2020 Mountain Bike Lineup explained and overviewed
  • Front: 160 mm
  • Rear: 140 mm
  • 27.5”
  • Carbon

27.5″ longer-travel Trail bike. Slightly less aggressive / modern geometry than the Mach 6. Compatible with Fox Live Valve.

More like the Mach 6 than the Switchblade.

Consider If:

  • You want a bike that is capable and forgiving on the descents
  • You appreciate a well-rounded bike
  • You race Enduro and / or like to shuttle to the top of descents and / or ride lift-served terrain

Don’t Bother If:

  • You ride mostly smooth and flat trails
  • You are looking for an cross-country-style bike that climbs very well
  • You want the faster-rolling performance of 29” wheels in your Trail / Enduro bike.
  • Race XT: $5,399 – Best Budget Build
  • Race XO1: $5,799
  • Pro XT/XTR 12 Speed: $6,699 – Most Performance for the Price
  • Pro XT/XTR 12 Speed w/ Fox Live Valve: $8,599
  • Pro XO1: $7,499
  • Pro XO1 w/ Fox Live Valve: $9,499
  • Team XTR: $8,899
  • Team XTR w/ Fox Live Valve: $10,899
  • Team XX1: $9,399
  • Team XX1 w/ Fox Live Valve: $11,399
  • Team XX1 AXS: $10,199
  • Team XX1 AXS w/ Fox Live Valve: $12,099
  • Team Frame Kit: $4,599
  • Team Frame: $3,499
  • Team Frame Kit w/ Fox Live Valve: $6,599
  • Specialized Stumpjumper 27.5
  • Trek Remedy
  • Santa Cruz Bronson / Juliana Roubion
  • Yeti SB140 
  • Giant Trance 27.5”
  • Transition Scout
  • Intense Primer 27.5
  • Norco Sight 27.5”
  • Devinci Troy 27
  • Cannondale Trigger
  • Canyon Spectral
Blister Brand Guides: Pivot Cycles 2020 Mountain Bike Lineup explained and overviewed
  • Front: 160 mm
  • Rear: 155 mm
  • 27.5"
  • Carbon or Aluminum

27.5″ Enduro / long-travel Trail bike with fairly slack and low geometry. Available in aluminum or carbon frames. Geometry is a bit more slack than Mach 5.5.

More like the Mach 5.5 than the Firebird 29.

Consider If:

  • You want a bike that is capable and forgiving on the descents
  • You like to ride fast and push yourself on descents
  • You race Enduro and / or like to shuttle to the top of descents and / or ride lift-served terrain

Don’t Bother If:

  • You ride mostly smooth and flat trails
  • You are looking for an cross-country-style bike that climbs very well
  • Race XT: $5,399 – Best Budget Build
  • Race XO1: $5,799 
  • Pro XT/XTR: $6,399 
  • Pro XT/XTR 12 Speed: $6,599 – Most Performance for the Price
  • Pro XO1: $7,399
  • Team XTR: $8,899
  • Team XX1: $9,299
  • Team XX1 AXS: $10,199
  • Team Frame Kit: $4,599
  • Team Frame: $3,499
  • Trek Remedy
  • Santa Cruz Bronson / Juliana Roubion
  • Specialized Stumpjumper 27.5
  • Kona Process 153 27.5
  • Rocky Mountain Altitude
  • YT Jeffsy 27
  • Ibis Mojo DH4
  • Evil The Insurgent LB
Blister Brand Guides: Pivot Cycles 2020 Mountain Bike Lineup explained and overviewed
  • Front: 170 mm
  • Rear: 162 mm
  • 29"
  • Carbon

Pivot’s most downhill-oriented Trail / Enduro bike. Adjustable geometry via a flip-chip and lower headset cup. Long, low, & fairly slack geometry. Can run 27.5”+ wheels and tires.

More like the Firebird 27.5 than the Mach 6.

Consider If:

  • You want a bike that is very capable and forgiving on the descents
  • You race Enduro and / or like to shuttle to the top of descents and / or ride lift-served terrain
  • You want the benefits of fast-rolling 29” wheels
  • You enjoy pushing your limits on fast, steep, chunky, and technical terrain

Don’t Bother If:

  • You ride mostly smooth and flat trails
  • You are looking for an XC-style bike that climbs very well
  • You want a more freeride-style long-travel bike, rather than a racing-oriented one.
  • Race XT: $5,399 – best bang for buck
  • Race XO1: $5,899
  • Pro XT/XTR 12 Speed: $6,899 – Most Performance for the Price 
  • Pro XO1: $7,799
  • Team XTR: $8,999
  • Team XX1: $9,399
  • Team XX1 AXS: $10,399
  • Team Frame and Crank: $4,399
  • Pro Module Frame Kit: $5,199
  • Trek Slash
  • Santa Cruz Megatower
  • Yeti SB150
  • Specialized Enduro (2020)
  • Giant Reign SX 29
  • Commencal Meta AM 29
  • YT Capra 29
  • Norco Range 29”
  • Devinci Spartan 29
  • Evil the Wreckoning LB
  • Rocky Mountain Slayer 29”
  • Scott Ransom
Blister Brand Guides: Pivot Cycles 2020 Mountain Bike Lineup explained and overviewed
  • Front: 170 mm
  • Rear: 170 mm
  • 27.5"
  • Carbon

Enduro / long-travel Trail bike that’s less racing-oriented than Firebird 29. Long, low, & fairly slack geometry.

More like the Firebird 29 than the Phoenix.

Consider If:

  • You want a bike that is capable and forgiving on the descents
  • You race Enduro, like to shuttle to the top of descents, and / or ride lift-served terrain
  • You enjoy pushing your limits on fast, steep, chunky, and technical terrain
  • You are looking for a freeride-style long-travel bike

Don’t Bother If:

  • You ride mostly smooth and flat trails
  • You are looking for an XC-style bike that climbs very well
  • Race XT: $5,299 – Best Budget Build
  • Race XO1: $5,799 
  • Pro XT/XTR 12 Speed: $6,724 – Most Performance for the Price
  • Pro XO1: $7,624
  • Team XTR: $8,799
  • Team XX1: $9,099
  • Team XX1 AXS: $10,199
  • Team Frame Kit: $4,599
  • Team Frame: $3,499
  • Santa Cruz Nomad
  • Yeti SB165
  • Kona Process 165
  • Giant Reign / Reign SX
  • Commencal Clash
  • Transition Patrol
  • Rocky Mountain Slayer 27.5”
  • Intense Tracer
  • Nukeproof Mega 275
  • YT Capra 27
  • Norco Range 27.5”
  • Devinci Spartan 27
  • Cannondale Jekyll
  • Canyon Torque
Blister Brand Guides: Pivot Cycles 2020 Mountain Bike Lineup explained and overviewed
  • Front: 203 mm
  • Rear: 204 mm
  • 27.5"
  • Carbon

Pivot’s 27.5” dedicated DH bike.

More like the Phoenix 29 than the Firebird

Consider If:

  • You often ride lift-served bike parks or like to shuttle to the top of descents
  • The trails you ride are fast, steep, technical, rocky, rooty, and / or have large jumps
  • You participate in downhill races
  • You prefer the nimble feel of 27.5” wheels

Don’t Bother If:

  • You plan on climbing to the top of descents
  • The trails you ride aren’t very fast, steep, technical, and bumpy
  • You want a 29” DH bike.
  • Zee: $3,899 – Best Budget Build
  • Saint: $5,699 – Most Performance for the Price 
  • Frame Kit: $3,399
  • Frame: $3,399
  • Specialized Demo 8 
  • Trek Session
  • Santa Cruz V10 
  • YT Tues 
  • Giant Glory 
  • Devinci Wilson 
  • Commencal Supreme DH
  • Kona Operator
  • Transition TR11
  • Rocky Mountain Maiden
  • Intense M16
  • Nukeproof Dissent 275
  • Norco Aurum
  • Canyon Sender
Blister Brand Guides: Pivot Cycles 2020 Mountain Bike Lineup explained and overviewed
  • Front: 203 mm
  • Rear: 190 mm
  • 29"
  • Carbon
Pivot’s new 29” dedicated DH bike. Super Boost Plus hub spacing.

Consider If:

  • You race downhill
  • You want the advantages of fast-rolling 29” wheels
  • You often ride lift-served bike parks or like to shuttle to the top of descents
  • The trails you ride are fast, steep, technical, rocky, rooty, and / or have large, fast jumps

Don’t Bother If:

  • You plan on climbing to the top of descents
  • The trails you ride aren’t very fast, steep, technical, and bumpy
  • You want the advantage of nimble 27.5” wheels
  • Race Zee: $6,199 – Best Budget Build
  • Race Zee w/ Factory Fork: $6,499
  • Pro Saint: $7,599
  • Team Frame Kit: $5,699
  • Team Frame: $3,799
  • Specialized Demo 29
  • Santa Cruz V10 29”
  • Trek Session 29”
  • Commencal Supreme DH 29
  • Kona Operator 29”
  • Intense M29
  • Nukeproof Dissent 29
  • YT Tues 29
  • Norco Aurum HSP
  • Devinci Wilson 29
  • Scott Gambler

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