Pivot Vault Gravel Bike First-Ride Review: Elegantly Simple, Buttery Smooth

Bike companies have been coming out with all sorts of mechanical devices to improve rider comfort on gravel bikes: Cannondale recently introduced Kingpin on its new Topstone Carbon, Specialized incorporated the Future Shock into its Diverge, Trek has IsoSpeed on the Checkpoint, there’s the radical full-suspension Niner MCR, and so on. Pivot has instead gone … The post Pivot Vault gravel bike first-ride review: Elegantly simple, buttery smooth appeared first on CyclingTips .

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