The Les SL is the latest hardtail mountain bike frame and build from Pivot. This version of the iconic hardtail is all about the speed.
I created a guide for all of the Les Frames and it is getting pretty long so it seemed fitting to give this new frame its own post, so here it is.
Les SL Builds & Pricing
- Team XX1 AXS w/ carbon wheels: $8,199
- Team XX1 w/ carbon wheels: $7,699
- Team XTR 12-speed w/ carbon wheels: $7,199
- Pro XO1 w/ carbon wheels: $6,899
- Pro XT/XTR 12-speed w/ carbon wheels: $6,299
- Pro Sram XO1: $5,599
- Pro XT/XTR 12-speed: $4,999
- Race Sram XO1: $4,299
- Race Shimano XT: $3,799
- Carbon frame kit w/ Fox 32 Step-Cast 100 Kashima: $3,099
- Carbon frame: $2,099
For 1x drivetrains the max chainring size is 36t.
Not Single Speed Capable
Only fits 29″ Wheels
|A||Seat Tube Length (C-T)||16.00 in / 40.64 cm||17.75 in / 45.09 cm||19.00 in / 48.26 cm||21.00 in / 53.34 cm|
|B||Top Tube Length||22.90 in / 58.17 cm||23.90 in / 60.71 cm||24.50 in / 62.23 cm||25.50 in / 64.77 cm|
|C||Head Tube Length||3.85 in / 9.78 cm||4.00 in / 10.16 cm||4.45 in / 11.30 cm||5.50 in / 13.97 cm|
|D||Head Tube Angle||69.30°||69.50°||69.50°||70.00°|
|E||Seat Tube Angle (Eff.)||73.00°||72.50°||72.50°||72.50°|
|F||Chain Stay Length||17.10 in / 43.43 cm||17.10 in / 43.43 cm||17.10 in / 43.43 cm||17.10 in / 43.43 cm|
|G||Bottom Bracket Height||12.10 in / 30.73 cm||12.10 in / 30.73 cm||12.10 in / 30.73 cm||12.10 in / 30.73 cm|
|H||Standover Height||28.50 in / 72.39 cm||29.20 in / 74.17 cm||29.60 in / 75.18 cm||29.70 in / 75.44 cm|
|I||Wheelbase||42.58 in / 108.15 cm||43.27 in / 109.91 cm||43.90 in / 111.51 cm||44.74 in / 113.64 cm|
|Stack||23.96 in / 60.86 cm||24.13 in / 61.29 cm||24.83 in / 63.07 cm||25.64 in / 65.13 cm|
|Reach||15.57 in / 39.55 cm||16.29 in / 41.38 cm||16.66 in / 42.32 cm||17.43 in / 44.27 cm|
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To the person who stole my Fitbit, let’s keep it up. We had a great July, now is not the time to lose momentum.