Bernard Kerr sent over some 2020 team news about 2019 EWS athlete Morgane Charre joining their team. Details inside about the Pivot roster for 2020 and their plans. Photos: Keno Derleyn I hear a few rumors going ‘round about Pivot … Continue reading →
When German Pivot Cycles athlete Jonny Kielhorn isn’t competing in FMB Gold and Crankworx events, he’s out at the bike park or dirt jumps honing his skills. Watch Jonny push the limits and have a little fun on his Phoenix, … Continue reading →
No, your eyes are not deceiving you, the Pivot 429 Trail has transformed into the Trail 429. The new Trail 429 gains modern geo, increased stiffens and travel promising to increase the capability of Pivot’s flagship trail bike. Read on … Continue reading →
Bernard Kerr spends his winter down in the southern side of the world preparing for his Crankworx and World Cup season. In this new edit, he hits iconic locations around town and the infamous and newly revamped Dream Track.
Pivot Cycles has taken steps into the the aftermarket component arena for riders. Their brand is well known within the industry and they’ve decided to offer a component lineup that offers benefits in various genres through their designs. Details inside … Continue reading →
Pivot Cycles had their World Cup gravity team, Emilie Siegenthaler, Bernard Kerr, and Eliot Jackson, at Sea Otter this year. We swung by the Pivot booth, got a chance to chat with them, and snapped a few pictures from the … Continue reading →
We’ve updated the Pivot Phoenix review with some long-term riding impressions. Be sure to check out our full review of the Pivot Phoenix inside as we reflect on what the long travel Pivot Cycles DH bike has to offer.
At this year’s Sea Otter Classic, Pivot Cycles brought a new prototype bike called the M4X. Designed for 4x/dual slalom duties, this little shredder is quite the eye catching bike. Check out the details on Kyle Strait’s Prototype M4x.