Meet the Vault
At the Speed of Imagination
The updated Pivot Vault breaks the only remaining gravel cycling speed record worth breaking; the Speed of Imagination. With unrivaled handling, massive tire clearance, and pro-caliber power transfer, your riding is limited only by the number of adventures you dream of. Patent pending ISO FLEX seat post technology is without equal when it comes to all-day, all-terrain pedaling comfort, and our award winning gravel bike frames are uniquely ride tuned for compliance. The Pivot Vault truly covers every mile at the Speed of Imagination.
The Heartbeat of Our Technology
Hours of engineering cannot replace collective personal passion. We have both.
We Are Family
Pivot Cycles staff and athletes around the globe are bound together by a shared love of MTB technology an unapologetic passion for high performance.
Founded by engineers, highly innovative Pivot Cycles influences a whole new generation of mountain bike design and carbon frame manufacturing.
World class athletes
From high school league racing to the Olympics, Pivot Cycles believes deeply in supporting athletes at every level of the sport.
SIGHT UNSEEN: Durango with Brice Shirbach
On the heels of his stop in Boulder, Brice Shirbach makes his way to Durango, Colorado to capture the next “first run” edit of the 2020 Sight Unseen series. A collaboration between Pivot Cycles and Brice, Sight Unseen celebrates the thrill of riding blind, reminding us all to seek the fullness of new trail experiences.
SIGHT UNSEEN: Boulder with Brice Shirbach
Any first run on a trail – let alone a first run at top speed – brings the rider closer to flow state: feeling the trail, reacting, connecting with honed intuition, the senses sharpened by the vulnerability of unknown turns. The Sight Unseen series captures Pivot Cycles’ athlete Brice Shirbach’s passion for riding blind, with stunning “one take” edits from Colorado’s Front Range and San Juan Mountains.
Recent Pivot News
Bikepacking the Bears Ears Region
Words and photos by Kurt Refsnider In my nearly 3 decades of riding and racing bikes, one theme has returned again and again – finding solitude and remoteness. When I was a kid pedaling emphatically around my neighborhood, that sense of solitude and relative remoteness was found leaving the houses behind and venturing onto dirt […]READ MORE
Boundaryless in the PNW
Rockstar 265: The Epic Journey Itself
Written by bike racer, adventurer, and stoke-spreader in chief – Gordon Wadsworth You know the song, ” Almost heaven, West Virginia, Blue Ridge Mountains, Shenandoah River, Life is old there, older than the trees, Younger than the mountains, growin’ like a breeze.” Trouble is John Denver must not have been looking at a map when […]READ MORE