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Pivot's redesigned Mach 4 Carbon is brand's lightest full-suspension frame ever

Published July 25, 2014

TEMPE, Az. (BRAIN) — Pivot has updated its long-standing Mach 4 Carbon mountain bike with 27.5-inch wheels, a new geometry, longer travel and a lightened frame that includes integration for Shimano's XTR Di2 electronic drivetrain.

The new Mach 4 Carbon is the fourth generation of one of the brand's most popular models. It has a dw-link suspension with short chainstays, long top tubes, and a low bottom bracket height. It has 115 mm of travel.

The new frame has an internal Di2 battery mount in the down tube and ports for clean internal wire routing. The frame also is compatible with mechanical shifting, with full internal routing (including dropper post), full length housing and options for single or double chainrings and Shimano’s new M9000 Side Swing front derailleur.  The frame also has rubberized leather downtube and swingarm protectors and two sets of bottle cage mounts. 

The Mach 4 Carbon is available in 11 different complete bike parts configurations, with builds with Shimano XTR Di2, XTR mechanical, XT or XT/SLX, or SRAM XX1, XO-1 or X-1. All the models have Fox 32 forks with 120 mm travel. 

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