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Description

Aggressive, redefined.

With both mid-sized wheels and enduro being the buzz-worthy topics of the year, it comes with little surprise that the Pivot Mach 6 has garnered so much attention. With a lightweight carbon fiber frame, and enduro-tuned DW-Link suspension, it has everything that you could ask for to haul the mail on gnarly trails. And, even better, the Mach 6 X01 Complete Mountain Bike takes the same awe-inspiring frame and adds in a SRAM X01 11-speed drivetrain and FOX suspension to make short work of rocky descents and hairpin turns.

When it came time to design a new enduro racing shred machine, Pivot took its time. Taking lessons from the development of the venerable Mach 5.7 Carbon, the Mach 6 Carbon was built from fully compacted carbon fiber in order to maximize both the stiffness and strength. And, of course, this also sheds every last unnecessary gram. Naturally, the short aluminum links connecting the rear triangle contribute greatly to the stiffness, as do the 12x142mm thru-axle and massive tapered head tube. The 92mm bottom bracket shell is the widest shell available and accommodates a press-fit bottom bracket, saving weight and improving stiffness over a standard 73mm threaded shell. Details like custom molded stay guards and an impact resistant down tube guard clearly illustrate just how seriously Pivot took the development of the Mach 6.

Its DW-Link suspension platform was designed, then refined, by suspension super-guru Dave Weagle. And while you'd be wise to trust the string of World Cup wins and podium appearances by Weagle's suspension designs, it's the first ride that'll truly drive home the advantage that the DW-Link provides. Far from being exclusively advantageous to the world's fastest racers, this enduro-optimized version of the DW-Link provides unreal climbing grip and incredibly smooth descents, which you'll appreciate whether you're contending for a podium spot at the highest levels of racing or just chasing some grins after a day at the office. These characteristics are a product of hundreds of hours of fine tuning wheel path and leverage curves in order to neutralize the effect of your body's movement. The low leverage ratio provided by this dual-link suspension design enables lower spring rates and lighter damping, which creates an incredibly supple ride that doesn't sacrifice the snappy, inspired feel when you get on the pedals.

The build kit starts with a SRAM drivetrain and brakes. The X0 Trail brakes are an obvious choice, as the four piston calipers provide the extra braking bite that you'll need for control at the high speeds that the Mach 6 loves. The drivetrain consists of X01 11-speed shifters, a 10-42t cassette, a 30t crankset, and a Type 2 rear derailleur. The combination of the Type 2 derailleur and narrow-wide tooth profiles on the chainring make a chain guide unnecessary, thereby reducing both weight and drag. Suspension duties are handled by FOX units, specifically a 34 FLOAT CTD fork and FLOAT CTD rear shock. And while they forgo the Kashima coating of the Factory Series components, you're still looking at a stiff, lightweight chassis that'll gladly keep up with the DW-Link back end. The cockpit is comprised of a FSA SL-K stem, a SL-K carbon seatpost, and a Phoenix 740mm-wide carbon handlebar. It rolls on a DT Swiss 27.5 350 Spline One XM XD Tubeless wheelset that's been wrapped in Kenda with a Kenda Nevegal 2.35in front tire and a 2.2in Honey Badger rear tire.

The Pivot Mach 6 X01 Complete Mountain Bike is available in four sizes from Small to X-Large, and in the colors Electric Blue, Matte Carbon/green, and Stealth Carbon.

Tech Specs

Frame Material:
carbon fiber
Suspension:
DW-Link
Rear Shock:
FOX FLOAT CTD Kashima
Rear Travel:
150 mm
Fork:
FOX 34 FLOAT 27.5 CTD Kashima
Front Travel:
150 mm
Headset:
Pivot
Shifters:
SRAM X01
Front Derailleur:
none
Rear Derailleur:
SRAM X01 11-speed Type 2
Crankset:
30 t SRAM X01
Bottom Bracket:
SRAM GXP
ISCG Tabs:
ISCG 05
Pedals:
not included
Cassette:
10-42 t SRAM X01 11-speed
Chain:
SRAM X01
Brake Set:
Avid X0 Trail
Handlebar:
Phoenix carbon riser
Handlebar Width:
740 mm
Grips:
Pivot lock-on
Stem:
FSA SL-K
Saddle:
Pivot WTB Vigo Sport
Seatpost:
FSA XC255
Wheelset:
DT Swiss 350 SPLINE ONE XR XD Tubeless
Axles:
[front] 15mm thru-axle, [rear] 12x142mm thru-axle
Tires:
[front] Kenda Nevegal, [rear] Kenda Honey Badger
Tire Size:
[front] 27.5 x 2.35 in, [rear] 27.5 x 2.2 in
Recommended Use:
all mountain and enduro trail shredding
Manufacturer Warranty:
3 years on frame
Actual Weight:
Electric Blue, M: 12,420g

Geometry chart

Pivot

Geometry Chart

 

Mach 6
 

Seat Tube

(c-t)

Effective Top Tube

(eTT)

Stack

(S)

Reach

(R)

Stand Over

Head Tube

(HT)

Head Tube Angle

(HTo)

Seat Tube Angle

(STo)

Bottom Bracket Height

(BBH)

Chainstay

(CS)

Wheelbase
XS 14.5in 21.7in 22.83in 14.47in 27.9in 3.5in 66o 72.3o 13.6in 16.95in 43.22in
S 16in 22.85in 23.05in 15.31in 28in 4in 66o 72o 13.6in 16.95in 44.25in
M 17.5in 23.6in 23.28in 15.81in 28.8in 4.25in 66o 71.5o 13.6in 16.95in 44.85in
L 19in 24.36in 23.76in 16.3in 29in 4.72in 66.25o 71.5o 13.6in 16.95in 45.43in
XL 20.5in 25.3in 24.9in 16.74in 29in 5.9in 66.5o 71.5o 13.6in 16395in 46.24in

Geometry Chart

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Why are the specs on this XO1 build different...

Posted on

Why are the specs on this XO1 build different than the specs on the Pivot website?

Responded on

Hey S_S,

Good catch. There are a few reasons the specs may be different. We often get bikes from manufacturers with parts, however, sometimes we modify these specs to either make the bike a better value for the customer or because we've gotten feedback on a part that customers don't like about the build. Sometimes the manufacturer is simply out of stock of the part in question, so the bike is shipped to us partially and we complete the build with comparable parts we have here. All in all, you're still getting a solid bike, regardless of if they're complete from the factory or if we've added the finishing touches in our ship.

Hopefully this is helpful. If you have any more questions or concerns, just let us know.

- C

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efficient climber-down hill bomber!

this is one of the better long travel bikes to come out in a long time.I had the opportunity of riding it at Outerbike last fall and was very impressed.Its designed for the casual trail riders to the enduro racers who are looking to assault the trail both up and down.
The frame is made with a hollow box,high compression internal molding process which creates very dense frame walls and allows the bike to take impacts but is laterally stiff and lightweight.
The pedaling on the bike I found to be very efficient. Its a combo of the updated DW-Link rear suspension, the updated upper link shock mount and the Fox Float X shock ( a sweet combo). It gives the bike cross cross county like efficiency and smoothness.
The DW Link provides an awesome platform for climbing-no pedal bob and anti squat. Its probably the best long travel climber I've tried.
On cornering the bike performed very well. The combo of the short rear end and the slack front end gave the bike a very balanced feel and allows for very quick 180 degree turns.
Pivot took everything we look for in a fun,aggressive trail bike and magnified it in a big way. If you have the means I highly recommend picking one up.

*** If you have any questions feel free to reach out to me direct. My number here is 801-736-6396 x 4074 or email wbranham@competitivecyclist.com