Pivot Mach 5.5 Carbon Race X01

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FRAMEPIVOT MACH 5.5 Carbon
FORKFox 36 Performance 27,5"  160mm- Boost
HEADSETPIVOT Semi-SEALED Cartridge
REAR SHOCKFox float Factory DPS EVOL
WHEELSSun Ringle Duroc 40mm
TIRESMAXXIS DHF / REKON 27,5" x 2,6" TR EXO
FRONT BRAKEShimano M6000
REAR BRAKEShimano m6000
ROTORS180mm 6bolt
REAR DERAILLEURx01 eagle 12S
REAR SHIFTER Gx1 Eagle 12S
CRANKSETSram GX Eagle 30t
CASSETTEGX1 eagle 12S 10-50T
CHAINSRAM GX eagle 12S
HANDLEBARphoenix race aluminium 35- 750mm
STEMphoenix am
SADDLEpivot/wtb vigo race
SEATPOSTFOX TRANSFER 
GRIPSPhoenix Team padlock




The Rule Breaker

For being so free-form on the trail, the mountain bike industry sure loves categorizations, with head tube angles and suspension travel so often cited as the be-all end-all of what a bike can be used for. Lately, claiming to redefine categories—or defy categorization altogether—has also become a popular industry calling card, but few bikes manage to actually defy immediate classification like Pivot's new Mach 5.5 Carbon Mountain Bike Frame. Its ample 5.5in of DW Link travel and Switchblade-esque reach may suggest pure all-mountain bike at first, but the head tube angle rides the boundary of what we'd consider enduro slack. Maybe it's the fact that it clears 2.6in tires, or maybe it's the eagre pedal-ability of DW-Link suspension—or hell, maybe it's just that Chris Cocalis knows something we don't about mid-travel machines that like big hits—but whatever the case, the Mach 5.5 really does (ahem) defy categorizations.

The slack head tube and surprisingly deep-feeling travel reward aggression in chunky stuff, but our favorite part of the bike may be the rear triangle. Or rather, it's what's happening between the rear and front triangles; DW-Link may never have shined brighter than on the Mach 5.5. It combines the same pivot cartridge bearing featured on models like the Phoenix, but it ditches the clevis altogether. That makes for less weight, a tighter back end, and a light-off-the-top feel that stays glued to the trail—a trait only enhanced by the addition of mid-plus tires and a steep seat tube. We expect a bike with such a long cockpit and a 66.5-degree head tube angle to leave us stoked on descents, but the traction on loose and rocky climbs from the suspension and tire clearance mean that it makes us just as happy while earning our laps.

  • A trail bike frame that climbs as well as it drops in
  • 5.5in of DW-Link suspension with light-off-the-top DH pedigree
  • Removable front derailleur mount tidies up a one-by
  • Longer, lower geometry than the Mach 6
  • Steep seat tube and stubby stays keep climbing on point
  • Boost spacing stiffens the rear wheel and allows truncated stays
  • Pivot's carbon expertise protected by rubber frame guards
  • Clears 2.6in tires and a full-sized water bottle in the front triangle

Seat Tube

(c-t)

Effective Top Tube

(eTT)

Stack

(S)

Reach

(R)

Stand Over

Head Tube

(HT)

Head Tube Angle

(HT°)

Seat Tube Angle

(ST°)

Bottom Bracket Height

(BBH)

Chainstay

(CS)

Wheelbase
XS 14in 21.96in 22.93in 15.35in 27in 3.54in 66.5° 73.8° 13.4in 16.93in 43.95in
S 15.5in 22.99in 23.48in 16.14in 27.18in 4.13in 66.5° 73.5° 13.4in 16.93in 44.98in
M 16.75in 24.28in 23.84in 17.32in 27.2in 4.53in 66.5° 73.5° 13.4in 16.93in 46.32in
L 18in 25.17in 24.21in 18.11in 27.23in 4.92in 66.5° 73.5° 13.4in 16.93in 47.26in
XL 19.5in 26.26in 24.58in 19.09in 28in 5.31in 66.5° 73.5° 13.4in 16.93in 48.4in
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