Pivot introduces the Vault for 2021 in All-New Colors and retains its proven Gravel Performance

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Pivot Vault in Firebrick with Shimano GRX

“The Vault sees an aesthetic reset with two new colors – Firebrick and Dark Blue Metallic. Every bike in Pivot’s line reflects a complete story that aligns with its intended use and the Vault’s new colors foreshadow the modern gravel riding experience. It’s a story of riding without lines or borders that define where, when, or how you ride. A lack of graphics leaves space for interpretation and the imagination while these new colors embrace the spirit of gravel riding.”

pivot vault new colors for 2020
Pivot Vault in Dark Metallic Blue with SRAM Force eTap WIDE

“From gravel to cyclocross to bikepacking, Pivot’s innovative patent-pending ISO FLEX system isolates the seatpost from the frame for the ultimate in rider comfort while maintaining race-level torsional frame stiffness. The Vault is the consummate gravel bike where generous tire clearance, pro-caliber power transfer, and ride-tuned frame compliance come together for the fastest thing to ever hit backcountry roads.”

pivot vault new colors for 2020
Pivot Vault in Firebrick with Shimano GRX / Alloy Wheels

Pricing, Specifications & Availability

The Vault is offered in three complete builds ranging in price from $5,299 to $6,999 and as a frameset for $2,699 USD.

These new Firebrick and Dark Blue Metallic color Vaults are available now, in all sizes, at key Pivot dealers worldwide.

The Colors

pivot vault new colors for 2020

Action Photos by Colin Meagher

Long-Term Video Review of the Vault in original Colors

For more information, visit PivotCycles.com


  1. Avatar Ron

    Hey that is pretty sweet! I like the geometry of the frame but always thought that having it repainted would be necessary for me to bear looking at it every day – so this is welcome news.

  2. Avatar Robert W Whittier

    Great review! I’m down to this or the Open Wi.De for my gravel bike build, any thoughts on key differences in handling particularly single track and descending?

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