The new Switchblade has a slacker head angle, steeper seat angle, increased reach and a longer wheelbase than its predecessor. Size-specific chainstays are tucked in and responsive but grow incrementally longer on larger frames. This translates to added stability at warp speeds while still maintaining the snap and pop that is ingrained in the Switchblade’s DNA.
Pivot has also released the limited edition Switchblade Talon to honor the Sun Eagle Talon, a bike that Pivot founder Chris Cocalis designed 35 years ago, planting the seeds of innovation that would become Pivot Cycles.
To learn more about this 35-year evolution, check out this video.
The Switchblade is available in two colorways and six builds. The Talon is available in four build options. We have several in stock now, shop them here. We can ship them to all 50 states and shipping is free within the continental U.S.