The carbon bike is available in a number of different structures with both air and coil shock options. Prices range from $ 5,599 for a Race XT package all the way up to $ 12,099 to build an XX1 AXS Team Fox Live Valve.
• Wheel size: 27.5 in
Travel: 158 mm (r) / 160 mm (f)
• carbon frame
Head angle 65 ° (low)
• Chainstay length: 431 mm
• Price: $ 5,599 – $ 12,099
The biggest update to the Mach 6 is in the direction of the suspension that is turned vertically, similar to other bikes in the Pivot line, with a trunnion mount, metric-sized air or a coil shock. According to Pivot, this allows them to create a more compact frame design using less materials, making the bike lighter and stiffer. It also allows for better integration with Fox Live Valve, and gives Pivot more control over standing height.
The bike is available in an XS size which should fit 4’10 ” riders and the XL size should fit riders up to 6’2 ” tall. Each tire size and construction are tuned for optimum ride quality for the size of the passenger on it. Plus, an oversized water bottle fits all bikes with all types of shocks.
Cable routing is completely inboard, and Pivot’s “Tool Dock” system is compatible with mounts under the top tube and the underside of the frame. Chainstay protection is manufactured from low-durometer rubber to help quiet the chain noise and all tires can clear up to 2.6 inches of tire.
Pivot’s “Tool Dock” system allows passengers to mount tools and accessories underneath the upstream or downstream tube.
Commentary and Geometry
The Mach 6 is designed to be a bike that riders can ride on aggressive tracks. With that said, multiple hanging options are available, including a coil shock. The 158mm dw-link suspension is inspired by Pivot’s Phoenix DH bike and increases the bike’s rear wheel track for optimum performance with square-edged bumps and rough terrain, according to Pivot.
The geometry of the bike can be adjusted via a flip bracket. Head tube angles are 65 ° in the lower arc mode, and 65.6 ° in the high setting. Seat tube angles are 75.5 ° low and 76 ° high, and chainstay length is 431mm. Reaching the large size is 480 mm in drop and 485 mm in height.
The Mach 6 is available in a number of different chassis, 14 to be exact. There are SRAM and Shimano transmission system options, along with air or coil shock and Fox Live Valve options. The most budget-friendly choice comes in the form of the Race XT kit which sells for $ 5,599 and is equipped with a Shimano SLX adapter, cassette, and brakes. The rear derailleur is the XT. It’s rounded off with a Marzocchi Bomber CR shock and Z1 fork.
Coil versions are available starting at the Pro level and riders can choose between the ‘Pro XT / XTR and Pro X01’ designs that sell for $ 7,099 and $ 7,699, respectively, and come equipped with a Fox Factory suspension system. The top of the Team XX1 AXS – Live build line features Fox Factory Live Valve suspension, SRAM’s XX1 Eagle AXS suspension, RSC Code brakes and Reynolds carbon wheels with I9 axles and sells for $ 12,099.
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