Continuing the momentum generated from the classic, the new U.P. was designed to be lighter than the original. Still the Jack of All Trades we all fell in love with, the new U.P. can be ridden with 700c or 650b/27.5" wheels, with slick road tires or knobby trail tires, and with drop handlebars or flat MTB bars.Discover The OPEN U.P.
If you hadn't been paying attention to the world of mountain biking for the past several years, you may have missed it, but there’s a name you should know, and know well: Pivot.See our PIVOT MTB line here
Humpback Whales. Golf Balls. Power Tools. It's new ways of thinking and radical design that fuel Zipp 858 NSW, the next evolution in wheels.Discover Zipp 858 NSW
SRAM revolutionized the world of MTB performance with the introduction if it's superb 1x11 drivetrains, starting with XX1. Now they've extracted even more capability from the same drivetrain architecture. SRAM's German-engineered Eagle 1x12 drivetrains take off where 1x11 landed, improving shifting, ergonomics, and reliability all while giving you even greater gear range for the steepest of climbs and the fastest of descents. There's already no going back once you try a 1x drivetrain – now just take the next step, with SRAM Eagle 1x12.
SRAM revised their X-SYNC chainrings in every way for Eagle. The new teeth last much longer, clear mud and debris better, and hold the chain tighter when the ride gets choppy. Eagle's crank arms have also been redesigned to be lighter, stiffer, and stronger overall.See the SRAM Eagle line
SRAM's engineers created the largest production MTB cassette ever, with a staggering 10-50 tooth range to help power you over even the steepest, most technical climbs. Revised spacing fits all twelve gears on a standard XD freehub body.See the SRAM Eagle line
The Eagle rear derailleur has a new lighter and stiffer cage, hosting a new 14-tooth lower pulley wheel with X-SYNC teeth for quieter action and excellent chain retention. The derailleur also gets SRAM's new Type 3.0 clutch bearing that's smoother, lighter, and more durable than before.See the SRAM Eagle line
Eagle's mechanical components aren't the only parts that have improved smoothness. SRAM's upgraded the internals of the shifter to be faster, more precise, and with easier action without giving up that excellent SRAM "click" that so many riders love.See the SRAM Eagle line
|EAGLE XX1||EAGLE X01|
|Intended Riding||Cross Country, Light Trail||Trail, All Mountain|
|Key Differences||Extensive use of carbon where possible, hollow crank arms.||Aluminum used in place of carbon in certain areas, foam-core crank arms.|
|Group Weight (+/-)||1500g||1540g|