Why We Like The Point Dirt Jump Frame
Getting high on steeze with a fresh supply of style we’re ripping the Pivot Point Dirt Jump Frame bike at our local bike park and slopestyle course. This frame is a great start towards our dream bike park build, with its steel chassis capable of supporting decades worth of riding abuse. A modern frame design with forward-thinking geometry means we’re not getting left behind whether we’re sessioning the same jumps or checking out the local slopestyle scene.
Geometry on the Pivot Point is dialed in and progressively modern for the dirt jump scene. A categorically accurate 68.5° head-tube angle is paired with a nice slacked-out 72° seat-angle. The longer 60.5mm top tube length and high 32.5mm bottom bracket keeps the bike stable at high speeds but poppy and playful on the jumps. Standard dirt jump 135mm rear axle width means after we’re done busting one wheelset we can throw on our old ones. Once we build this beast up, we’re running this bike lap after lap at the local park and impressing our homies with grace and high-speed steeze.
- Steel frame provides an optimal chassis to build around
- Chromoly steel is real and responds to riding input
- Progressive geometry begs to get up to get down
- Sliding dropouts allow for easy single-speed setup
- Optimized for 26in tires
- Option to run geared with derailleur accepting hanger