• Atroz 2

    We love hardtails, but there’s no denying the benefits of full-suspension mountain bikes — the added comfort and control. Unfortunately, dualies often add another thing: more dollar signs to the price tag. That’s not the case here. The Atroz utilizes sealed cartridge bearings in an understated single-pivot design to deliver smooth, durable performance. The Atroz 2 ups the ante with Shimano hydraulic disc brakes, Suntour air-sprung rear suspension and an easy-to-operate single-ring drivetrain — features you usually find on bikes with a whole lot more dollar signs on their price tags.
  • Release 29 1

    The Release 29 1 is a big-wheeled ripper made for long days and big lines. This aluminum 29er is built on the same 130mm travel Level Link suspension platform as its smaller-wheeled siblings. We’ve adjusted the geometry for 29-inch wheels while keeping the same playful attitude of all our Level Link bikes. An SR Suntour Aion suspension fork and a Suntour Edge R rear shock soak up the rough stuff, while Sram SX Eagle drivetrain components keep you cranking. Our Blanchard wheelset is tubeless compatible and comes with 2.3-inch wide WTB Vigilante Comp tires for unwavering traction. When it’s time to slow down, TRP Slate X2 hydraulic disc brakes keep you on your line all the way down the mountain.
  • Atroz 3

    With the Atroz 3, we took the proven and refined single-pivot full-suspension design and upped the ante in a big way. It’s a full RockShox affair when it comes to suspension, including the five-inch travel Recon RL air-sprung fork with 32mm stanchions and a quick release thru-axle. Likewise, we outfitted this model with SRAM’s SX Eagle 12-speed drivetrain — all the simplicity and durability of a single-ring drivetrain, with the low gearing you once needed a front derailleur to obtain. Shimano hydraulic disc brakes provide plenty of stopping power, and we finished the bike off with a Race Face Chester bar and stem combo.
  • Mason 2

    The Mason 2 is a hardtail that can be ridden aggressively on the kind of trails you might have thought require a full-suspension bike. This trail bike is a fun-loving brawler, yet it practically floats over the rough stuff thanks to its ultra-wide, plus-size 27.5″×2.8-inch tires. We hung all manner of rowdy-ready parts on its rugged aluminum frame. The Mason 2 comes equipped with a RockShox Judy Gold RL 120mm travel fork. A SRAM NX 1×11-speed drivetrain paired with Race Face cranks keeps you motoring uphill and down. Stay on your line thanks to the SRAM Level T hydraulic disc brakes. The Mason 2 is ready to rumble.
  • Release 29 2

    The Release 29 2 is the lankier sibling of the Release and Catch full-suspension mountain bikes. Designed for high-mileage days with a high shred factor, this aluminum trail ripper is built on the same 130mm travel Level Link suspension platform as its smaller-wheeled siblings. We’ve adjusted the geometry for 29-inch wheels while keeping the same playful attitude that our Level Link bikes have become known for. The Fox Float DPS Performance shock is outfitted with an EVOL LV air sleeve for excellent responsiveness and a bottomless feel to soak up the worst on steep, technical terrain. A 140mm travel Fox Rhythm 34 fork, Shimano SLX drivetrain, and hydraulic stoppers let you stay focused, no matter what the trail dishes out.
  • Yamaha Moro

    Our NEW MTB mode offers a direct feeling assist suited for pedaling through tight corners and riding technical lines while AUTO support mode automatically switches between ECO, STD, and HIGH to provide optimal assist according to ride conditions.
  • Combining hydroforming and forging techniques, our patented Dual Twin frame design provides precise handling and surrounds both rear shock and battery resulting in security, protection and a low center of gravity full suspension frame.
  • Release 5C

    The Release 5C, in a nutshell, is the perfect all-rounder. The bike’s modern geometry — long in the front, short in the rear, low in the bottom bracket —lends the bike stability at high speeds without sacrificing agility when the trails get tight. What’s more, we’ve decked this machine out with a peerless parts kit that includes the absolutely bomber Fox 36 Performance Elite Float fork and Fox Performance Elite Float DPX2 rear shock, an ultra-precise SRAM GX Eagle 12-speed drivetrain, a wheelset with e*thirteen LG1 EN rims and Novatec hubs, and quick-stopping SRAM G2 RS hydraulic disc brakes with 180mm rotors. A KS LEV Integra dropper post and Race Face cockpit components round out the stellar package.
  • For long-haul rides over challenging terrain, we trust the Pivot Shuttle LT Team XTR e-Bike as our steed. As the longest travel option in Pivot’s eMTB lineup, the engineers took hints from the enduro-focused Firebird to create an eMTB that is a beast of a descender with 160mm of DW-Link rear travel while still being a highly capable ride uphill thanks to the extra pedal-assisted range of Shimano’s EP8 drive system. The DW-Link rear travel offers a progressive ride feel and exceptional traction to help us clean lines of slick wet roots in the PNW to jagged slickrock in the Southwest and everywhere in between. Pivot specs a beefy eMTB-tuned Fox Factory 38 with 170mm of travel up front for added torsional stiffness to help us tackle chunky terrain and seemingly endless descents. 29in wheels front and rear make navigating technical terrain and carrying momentum over features effortless, while the slack 64-degree headtube angle in the low setting ensures we have tons of stability when we send it downhill. The premium Shuttle LT Team XTR build is all about tackling bigger rides and sending new lines. The high-quality carbon frame construction provides us with a responsive ride and a lightweight starting point for the build. A 12-speed XTR drivetrain brings the ultra-smooth, reliable shifting while shaving a little bit of weight to keep the build at sub-50lb. Sending new features sometimes means finding ourselves in a sketchy situation needing to stop on a dime, and when that’s the case the 4-piston Shimano XTR brakes bolstered by a 233mm rotor up front and a 203mm rotor in the rear provide plenty of stopping power. Pivot rounds out this premium eMTB with a Fox Factory Series Transfer dropper post for ultra-reliable dropper modulation and tons of travel even on the small frames. The Pivot Shuttle LT Team XTR just begs us to get out there and go big.

    This latest iteration of the Trail 429 is evidence of our constant quest for peak performance. We’ve broadened its capabilities without sacrificing its legendary sharpness: slackening the head angle just enough, increasing the reach, and introducing a flip-chip to allow fine tuning of the geometry toward either the rowdy or racy ends of the spectrum.


    Through continued evolution of our proprietary Hollow Core carbon frame construction, we carved more than 300 grams from the chassis, achieving an XC-race frame weight with incredible all-mountain strength and stiffness, on par with dedicated flyweight race bikes.

    A new frame that weighs less than our impressively light Trail 429 frame. Heck, this frame weighs only 45 grams more than our featherlight Mach 4SL. We’re replacing the beloved Mach 5.5 with a 140mm ripper of a bike that weighs less than many dedicated XC machines. Super-low standover; small kittens and playful cats rejoice!


    Incredibly capable dw-Link suspension kinematics allow 140mm of travel to pedal with more snap and climb faster than many 120mm bikes. Serious light weight. Cheetah chasing down an antelope acceleration. The soul of a trail shredder with the legs of Usain Bolt.

    Optimized tube shapes, a more compact frame design, exotic hi-mod materials, and a dual upright, reinforced swingarm push strength and stiffness on this gravity defying cross country rocket ship. The Mach 4 SL balances the diverse needs of the modern cross-country racer; it can be competitively raced on a short-track course one weekend or at an epic endurance race the next. It’s the right combination of comfort, control and speed that makes the Mach 4 SL such a pleasure to ride. - MOUNTAIN BIKE ACTION


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