Santa Cruz's Jackal is brutally simple and built for sending it into the air. This aluminum ride is all about short, stiff chainstays and seatstays, and the right feel when launching off a head-high wall of dirt. The top tube is low so it stays out of your way when throwing your legs over it. And, this rig is built stout, so it can stomp landings all day long and come back for more when you don't stick it. Adjustable dropouts let you switch easily between gears or singlespeed and you've got ISCG05 mounts, too.
Pivot's M4X is built to slash berms and be the ultimate 4X/slalom rig. It's also excels at the dirt jumps and dissecting technical trails. With its 100mm of anti-squat, dw-link-tuned suspension, the M4X has incredible acceleration and control while you rail corners and boost jump lines. The rear end tracks incredibly well and stays predictable thanks to the buttery-smooth Kashima coated Fox suspension and 142x12mm through-axle. Features like the tapered head tube, ISCG05 mounts, and cable routing for dropper posts make this frame capable anywhere from the pump track, to the skate park, to even shredding singletrack.
Start a dirt jump revolution with the Pivot Point. The sturdy chromoly steel frame with tapered head tube makes it super responsive, it feels like a natural extension of your body. With ISCG05 mounts and interchangeable dropouts, it's easy to set up the Point for anything from the pump track at your local bike park to sending it big at Crankworx.
Bigger jumps require bigger bikes and the Haro Steel Reserve is your ticket to fly. With a sturdy full chromoly frame and Marzocchi DJ3 fork, the Steel Reserve 1.2 makes easy speed and responsive pop for all your airborne antics. Weinmann alloy double-wall rims wrapped in wide and grippy Kenda K-Rad rubber can handle all the abuse you can dish out, and the Haro steel riser bar is held by a front-loading BMX-style stem for a solid feel. 25/12 gearing is pushed by Haro's own chromoly 3-piece crankset, and a rear Tektro Auriga hydraulic disc brake scrubs speed effortlessly when you want to easy-style floaty airs.
The Steel Reserve 1.1 is a prime choice to get started in freestyle MTB. It is equally at home at the bike parks or at local dirt jumps thanks its full chromoly frame with internal head tube and a rigid chromoly fork with a suspension-corrected height for future upgrades. The Steel Reserve 1.1 comes with a 3-pc tubular chromoly crankset with a reduced gear size and ratio that is ideally suited to freestyle MTB riding. Its 26-inch wheelset is built with sturdy XM-260 double wall alloy rims, alloy hubs with chromoly axles, stainless spokes and Kenda K-Rad 2.3-inch wide tires. Its cockpit consists of a sturdy 65mm riser handlebar and and a forged alloy BMX style stem for worry-free landings. - Top tube Long: 22.5" - Top tube Short: 21.8"
The Steel Reserve 1.2 comes ready for the trails with a Marzocchi DJ3 suspension fork featuring 100mm of travel. The fork is mounted to a full chromoly SR frame with internal head tube that is available in a short or long version. Upgraded 26-inch K-MAX Pro double wall rims are paired with alloy hubs with chromoly axles, stainless spokes and Kenda K-Rad 2.3-inch wide tires. The Steel Reserve 1.2 comes with a 3-pc chromoly crankset with a reduced gear size and ratio that is ideally suited to freestyle MTB riding. It comes standard with a Tektro Auriga Hydraulic rear disc brake for a safe braking action in all conditions. - Top tube Short: 21.8" - Top tube Long: 22.5"
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