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New Pivot Mach 429 SL Carbon is lighter, with Di2 integration

Published December 12, 2014

PHOENIX (BRAIN) — Pivot has updated its Mach 429 SL Carbon bike, with a frame that is 226 grams lighter than previously and with integration for Shimano's XTR Di2 system.


The company said it shaved weight off the 29er frame by using leading-edge carbon fiber materials and a proprietary hollow-core, internal-molding proces.

The Pivot Cable Port System allows easy internal routing with large, easy to access ports and interchangeable covers for clean installation of wires, batteries and cables. The frame features a dw-link suspension design with a Fox Float Kashima Factory shock providing 100 mm of travel. It is also internal dropper post compatible.

The Mach 429SL Carbon frame will retail for $2,999, or $8,849 complete with XTR 2x and Reynolds carbon wheels, or $10,400 with XTR Di2 and Reynolds carbon wheels.

The frame is also available in a wide range of builds with complete bike prices starting at $4,599.

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