What can a High Pivot Deviate mountain bike do for you? Well, it allows you to carry more speed through your favorite rock and root infested trail, feel more stable landing that sketchy drop that seems to always put you off line when you land, and generally just be more comfortable riding your mountain bike in challenging terrain.
Unlike a traditional bike where the rear wheel moves forward and up as rear suspension compresses, the rear end of a Deviate moves rearward and away from the bump and allows you to keep your momentum through those rough sections of trail.
Want to take a Deviate for a ride and experience the High Pivot hype for yourself? We have the Claymore and Highlander for Demo.
Looking to get more into the nitty gritty of why High Pivots are so great? Check this out.