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Introducing the Pivot Mach 4 SL

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A gravity defying Cross Country Machine

Today Pivot Cycles introducing the new Mach 4 SL - a cross country race bike designed to let World Cup Level athletes capitalize on every inch of increasingly technical courses and generate speed where others hesitate. Pivot engineers have pushed the boundries in every conceivable metric of cross country peformance. This is the lightest, fastest 100mm travel XC race bike pivot have developed.

Starting at 1845 grams, the Macj 4 SL takes a front row seat in the ultralight full suspension category and has the best stiffness to weight ratios Pivot have ever created. 

Fox Live valve intergration gives the mach 4 SL next level cross country suspension. The efficiency benefits are undeniable, and the speed gained on every part of the course is truly mind-blowing. The shock layout may be different, but the 100mm travel DW-link suspension keeps its legendary and familiar ride qualities: ultimate pedalling efficiency, reactive to impacts under power, and fully active while braking - its everything you want from the ultimate XC race bike.

The new Mach 4 SL will be available in in three color option - Team Blue, Cherry and Stealth. It is available as a frame, frame kit and a comlete bike in multiple configurations, ranging from $4599 USD to $11,299 USD. The Mach 4 SL is available now, in all sizes.

For more information head to https://www.pivotcycles.com/en/bike-mach-4-sl-1

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