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    This is what I have been rolling on from last fall...

    Basically everything I need from a bike.

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    Mach 6 pics

    Is it a size xxxxxs?


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    Oooooo, nice Quardo. That a small? Not too dissimilar a spec to mine! Well, once the frame arrives. Been sent over from the states the other day as far as I know. Hopefully get it soon. Ordered the frame 3 months ago!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quadro View Post
    This is what I have been rolling on from last fall...

    Basically everything I need from a bike.

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    What type of tires are those?

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    Safe riding,

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    Yes small it is.. Small dude , tiny bike.

    Only few rides with those Crossmax tires but they seem to be very good pair.

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    Zack's Mach 6

    The new love of my life. Rides even better than she looks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zschnepf View Post
    The new love of my life. Rides even better than she looks.
    She is a beauty, and I know how she rides...I ride her twin sister!
    What front fender is that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by turfnsurf View Post
    She is a beauty, and I know how she rides...I ride her twin sister!
    What front fender is that?
    It's a Mudhugger, I like it: https://www.themudhugger.us.com/shop/

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    Reverie's Mach 6

    Just finished building her 3 hours ago!
    Unfortunately, can't ride her 'til the weekend.

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    Can you guys please measure the HA on the Mach6?
    My LBS mentionened the HA in reality is a bit slacker than claimed 66 degrees... Pivot supposedly did not want to scare people with the number...
    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jazzanova View Post
    Can you guys please measure the HA on the Mach6?
    My LBS mentionened the HA in reality is a bit slacker than claimed 66 degrees... Pivot supposedly did not want to scare people with the number...
    Thanks!
    What fork are you going to run?
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    Re: Mach 6 pics

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    What fork are you going to run?
    I don't own a Mach, but it is in my top 3 list for a longer travel bike.
    I do own a Pike 150 though, which I am going to lower to 130mm for my 5" bike for now.

    I was just wondering what the real HA with a Pike is. 150 or 160.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jazzanova View Post
    I don't own a Mach, but it is in my top 3 list for a longer travel bike.
    I do own a Pike 150 though, which I am going to lower to 130mm for my 5" bike for now.

    I was just wondering what the real HA with a Pike is. 150 or 160.
    I can measure a Mach 6 with a pike 160 tonight - although I think the iPhone HTA measurements probably aren't accurate enough to detect a small difference from a spec'd HTA if we are talking +/- 0.5 deg.

    I can tell you from a seat of the pants perspective it feels a tad slacker than my Nomad Mk2, but the Pike stays higher in its travel so the effective HTA doesn't feel so slack when actually riding.

    Our trails are tight and twisty with steep ups and downs ridden at slow to medium speeds. The M6 is great in this setting.

    In the tightest turns I feel the bigger wheels and slack HTA, but the performance on the steep downs is worth it.

    No issues climbing steep tech on the M6.

    The short wheelbase and short chain stays play nice with the slack front end for an excellent mix of stability and manoeuvrability.
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    Mach 6 pics

    Vik or anyone else - although I am in the north east our trails are incredibly rocky and slow rolling with barely any smooth sections and lots of rocky but short steep ups and downs. How do you find the Mach 6 in the rock gardens and repeated square edged stuff? I have a Mac 5.7 C and I am very disappointed with it when it comes to repeated rocky terrain.it gets hung up. My Avy tune helped but didn't cure the issue. I gather the Mach 6 is very different. The 5.7 has what feels like too much platform built in also. TIA.


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    Quote Originally Posted by wilks View Post
    Vik or anyone else - although I am in the north east our trails are incredibly rocky and slow rolling with barely any smooth sections and lots of rocky but short steep ups and downs. How do you find the Mach 6 in the rock gardens and repeated square edged stuff? I have a Mac 5.7 C and I am very disappointed with it when it comes to repeated rocky terrain.it gets hung up. My Avy tune helped but didn't cure the issue. I gather the Mach 6 is very different. The 5.7 has what feels like too much platform built in also. TIA.


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    I don't know what a smooth trail is like. We have one rock and root after another. So getting hung up is a big issue.

    My experiences are on a Nomad MK2 [VPP] and the Mach 6.

    I have my Mach 6 setup a bit on the efficient side so I could go further to the plush side of things.

    The ride is what I would describe as taut and efficient...not as plush as my Nomad, but that's a bit of a choice on my part.

    No issues with getting hung up. Climbs steep chunky tech great where getting hung up is a deal breaker.

    Both the Pike and Mach 6 want to site higher in their travel which helps with repeated hits.

    My buddy who owns a LBS in Sedona and has forgotten more about mountain bike suspension than I'll ever know recommended the Mach 6 + pike for my riding which is coastal BC, UT and AZ.

    I'll likely send my M6's Float X to Avy for a tune at the end of the summer. With a bigger volume spacer I've got it working pretty good, but the Avy tune on my Nomad made it so much better I feel like I owe it to myself to see what it would do for the M6.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jazzanova View Post
    Can you guys please measure the HA on the Mach6?
    My LBS mentionened the HA in reality is a bit slacker than claimed 66 degrees... Pivot supposedly did not want to scare people with the number...
    Thanks!
    I measured my HTA on my M6 w/ 160mm Pike [bike unsagged] = 66.5 deg

    I used an app on my andriod phone and flipped the bike 180 deg to make sure the surface it was on was level.

    Given the accuracy of this method and the length of my fork relative to the 150mm Fox Float 34 the bike is configured with stock I'd say that your LBS is incorrect is suggesting the M6 is much slacker than the geo chart lists.
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    Re: Mach 6 pics

    Quote Originally Posted by vikb View Post
    I measured my HTA on my M6 w/ 160mm Pike [bike unsagged] = 66.5 deg

    I used an app on my andriod phone and flipped the bike 180 deg to make sure the surface it was on was level.

    Given the accuracy of this method and the length of my fork relative to the 150mm Fox Float 34 the bike is configured with stock I'd say that your LBS is incorrect is suggesting the M6 is much slacker than the geo chart lists.
    Thanks Vik.
    Ha, your post initially said "steeper" but You were quicker then me to corrected it
    Well 66.5 with the 160 Pike is even steeper than I would have thought. The A/C difference between the forks is greater... Hmm interesting, that will make 150mm pike even closer to 67 deg...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jazzanova View Post
    Thanks Vik.
    Ha, your post initially said "steeper" but You were quicker then me to corrected it
    Well 66.5 with the 160 Pike is even steeper than I would have thought. The A/C difference between the forks is greater... Hmm interesting, that will make 150mm pike even closer to 67 deg...
    I wouldn't get too hung up on a HTA measured with a phone.

    What it tells you is the HTA is not uber slack [the ride confirms this]. It could well be 66 deg bang on or even 65.5 deg at the outside. An error of +/- 1 deg is not crazy talk with such an ad hoc measurement protocol.

    My Nomad Mk2 is supposed to have a HTA of 67 deg and the M6 feels a touch slacker than that from a seat of the pants measurement.

    Ultimately you don't ride a HTA you ride a complete bike and people are digging the M6 with Fox 34's 150-160mm and Pikes in 150-160mm.

    I wouldn't sweat it either way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jazzanova View Post
    Thanks Vik.
    Ha, your post initially said "steeper" but You were quicker then me to corrected it
    Well 66.5 with the 160 Pike is even steeper than I would have thought. The A/C difference between the forks is greater... Hmm interesting, that will make 150mm pike even closer to 67 deg...
    Same frame/fork [not sure about the headset] ~1 deg slacker HTA measurement. My opinion is we are trying to measure within the range of a smartphone so you are not going to nail down a measured HTA to 0.5 deg accuracy. OTOH both these numbers are in the range you'd expect for a nominal 66 deg HTA with a 150mm Float 34.

    Quote Originally Posted by Salespunk View Post
    I went from an Enduro 29 to the M6. I was not a huge fan of FSR compared to DW. Most if not all of my riding was done in Trail mode on the FSR where I never take my M6 out of Descend mode unless I am doing pavement sprints. I am also a big fan of slacker HA's. With the 160 Pike my bike measures at 65.4 degrees.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zschnepf View Post
    The new love of my life. Rides even better than she looks.
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    awesome!

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    Mach 6 pics

    Here is mine - less than 24 hours old. One ride, amazing!

    As a current 429c owner I was very impressed by the bikes ability to climb. I was also expecting more of a dramatic difference with the 27.5 tires. The bike itself I would estimate can turn about 10 percent tighter and I found I could oversteer a bit easier than my 429. The 429 has faster acceleration even with the bigger wheels, but the 6 of course just has a crapton of travel and it is hilarious the way it just mows over stuff. Hopping on the bikes back to back you really appreciate the intended uses. The 429 feels bigger but with a tighter feel and the 6 feels a bit more nimble with that plush suspension.

    I am 5'10" 33 inseam and ended up with the medium. I was able to set my measurements (seat height and effective top tube length) exactly like my 429.

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    Added E13 red decal to my rim

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    Thanks to Chris and Brein @ Pivot for setting us up with a great test/demo bike here at Nox Composites. Great bike! This is shown with our Farlow 275 rims and custom matching decals.

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