Pivot Point: Nothing beats the feeling of going big. With a tapered 1.5-inch
head tube, ISCG 05 mounts, interchangeable dropouts and the perfect geometry for hitting the pump track, the local bike park or sending it in the Big Air
comp at Crankworx, the Point has you covered. $499 (frame only).
Norco Ryde 26: Tough and stylish, Norco’s
dirt/street line strikes a balance between
form and function—much like dirt jumping
itself. The build kit sports perennial
favorites among jumpers, including a
micro-drive, single-speed drivetrain and Kenda K-Rad tires. $635.
Specialized P.3: Follow in the footsteps of world
champions, or push in your own new direction—
the choice is yours. P. 3’s legendary handling on the
ground and in the air will let you write your own
rules. The RockShox 80-millimeter Argyle R forks
got the front covered, and the Avid Elixir 1 brakes
will slow you down—but why would you want to do