Pivot 2011 Phoenix DH

Pivot 2011 Phoenix DH


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 Check out the Canadian distributor for Pivot at www.ontheedge.ca

Suspension Data: dw-link suspension design with position sensitive anti-squat and 8.15” (207mm) rear travel

Geometry and Handling: The Phoenix DH features a 64 degree head tube angle, 13.6” BB height, and 17.25 Chainstay length.
Dropouts are changeable and will allow for both a change in chainstay length and BB height. As Pivot develops the bike with their World Cup Downhill team, they expect that some riders may opt for even a slightly lower BB height on some courses where as riders wanting to use the bike in a bike park type setting might choose to raise the BB to about 13.8” with a slightly shorter chainstay length. The removable dropout option offers a lot of flexibility to tune the bike to the rider and the course.

Adjustable Head Angle: The Phoenix DH headtube is indexed and head angle is easily adjustable at 0, and +/- ½, 1, or 1.375 degree settings via a new adjustable head angle design.
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 Check out the Canadian distributor for Pivot at www.ontheedge.ca Suspension Data: dw-link suspension design with position sensitive anti-squat and 8.15” (207mm) rear travel Geometry and Handling: The Phoenix DH features a 64 degree head tube angle, 13.6” BB height, and 17.25 Chainstay length. Dropouts are changeable and will allow for both a change in chainstay length and BB height. As Pivot develops the bike with their World Cup Downhill team, they expect that some riders may opt for even a slightly lower BB height on some courses where as riders wanting to use the bike in a bike park type setting might choose to raise the BB to about 13.8” with a slightly shorter chainstay length. The removable dropout option offers a lot of flexibility to tune the bike to the rider and the course. Adjustable Head Angle: The Phoenix DH headtube is indexed and head angle is easily adjustable at 0, and +/- ½, 1, or 1.375 degree settings via a new adjustable head angle design.
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 I have the 2012 and i absolutely love this bike. Paired with a Fox 40 and RC4 this monster stays where you want it.
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Pivot 2011 Phoenix DH (MSRP $0) — Rising above all other downhill mountain bikes, the Phoenix DH is the ultimate World Cup downhill weapon. It's an all-new Pivot Cycles design with the heritage of Dave Weagle's six World Championships behind it. The Phoenix DH offers riders 8.15" (207mm) of travel thanks to a dw-link® suspension design featuring position-sensitive anti-squat. Unique to the Phoenix DH is the fact it has a distinct advantage in overall control and pedaling efficiency over other downhill bikes. Square edge bump absorption is incredible, and the suspension remains stable and controlled in the most extreme conditions. The Phoenix DH pedals like a champ, has the control of a pro and descends like an animal. We're proud the Phoenix DH is a game-changer.

Specifications Compare to other DH/Freeride Bikes

Price
Rear Shock Fox DHX RC4
Fork FOX 40 RC2
Headset CANE CREEK ANGELSET
Cassette SHIMANO CS-5700, 10-SPEED 11-28
Crankarms SRAM DESECENDENT GXP83 36T
Chainguide E-13 CHAINGUIDE
Rear Derailleur SRAM X/O
Shifter Pods SRAM X/O
Handlebar GRAVITY LIGHT 800mm
Stem GRAVITY DIRECT CONNECT
Grips PHOENIX Lock On
Brakes AVID CODE R
Wheelset DT SWISS EX1750
Tires KENDA NEVEGAL 2.5 FREERIDE
Seat WTB VIGO RACE
Seatpost GRAVITY LIGHT

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