Pivot Firebird Carbon 29 Race X01 Eagle Mountain Bike

Pivot Firebird Carbon 29 Race X01 Eagle Mountain Bike
Pivot Firebird Carbon 29 Race X01 Eagle Mountain Bike
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Firebird Carbon 29 Race X01 Eagle Mountain Bike by Pivot
If you've got a penchant for riding the rowdiest lines on your local mountain, or you're trying to set the fastest possible time on a gnarly enduro stage, the Firebird 29 is an ideal companion to help you achieve these goals. What's more, the Firebird is lightweight and efficient enough to pedal all day in the backcountry--a feat that few bikes in this category can lay claim to. The lively feel of the DW-Link suspension platform combined with a strong, lightweight frame and progressive enduro geometry make this bike a joy to ride on any trail. You'll enjoy confidence-inspring stability in the steeps, nimble handling on flow trails, and an efficient pedaling platform that let's you pedal all day long without wasting your energy on the climbs. Pivot somehow manages to pack 170mm of front and 162mm of rear travel into a bike that's not just ready for the Enduro World Series, but also ready to tackle your local trails with a newfound haste. The Firebird 29 borrows heavily for the design and geometry queues of the 27. 5in Firebird and its Phoenix DH Carbon siblings, with long reach numbers and 45mm length stems across the board. The Firebird 29's super-short chainstays sit at 16. 96-inches, thanks to the 12 x 157mm Superboost Plus spacing allow for snappy handling, quick power transfer, and easy lifting of the front wheel up and over techy climbs, and for those blessed with the talent--manualing. Also contributing to the climbing chops are its steep seat tube angle of 74. 5 to 75-degrees (based on its adjustable flip-chip position and lower headset cup selection), which places you right on top of the pedals and prevents the front wheel from wandering on steep switchback climbs while its adjustable 65. 5 to 65-degree headtube angle lengthens the bike's wheelbase for excellent stability that gets better the faster you rip down notoriously steep, gnarly terrain. Growing the wheelbase and getting the front wheel too far out in front of the rider has diminishing returns if ..

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