Too often our rides are cut short before the next lap. Too often we are the limiting factor in the enjoyment of our ride, be it fatigue or not having enough time for that trail that's always a bit too out of the way. Pivot's Shuttle Race XTR eMTB may look like a standard mountain bike because it's designed to ride like one, only farther and faster thanks to a Shimano STEPS eMTB pedal assist. Trails that used to be out of reach are now well within your domain, and the climbs that left us dreading another lap are a chance to enjoy the views. The Shuttle amplifies everything we love about mountain biking, so we enjoy the ride more than ever. Paired with Shimano's XTR drivetrain and Fox Factory shock and fork, the Shuttle delivers every part of a premium mountain bike, with an extra boost. Rounding out the build, Shimano's XTR drivetrain delivers precise shifting across the 12speed cassette, while powerful 4-piston brakes provide the stopping power you need when coming back down the mountain. A Fox Factory Transfer dropper post allows you to shift your weight as needed to nimbly wind through the switchbacks. The DT Swiss e-bike specific wheels, paired with the durable Maxxis Minion tires, make sure you can huck and roll over any terrain, with the grip you need through tight corners.
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