Fox’s LiveValve takes its first UCI World Cup Victory

Fox’s LiveValve takes its first UCI
World Cup Victory

Chloe Woodruff of the Stan’s Pivot team took the win in today’s short track XC race at the UCI World Cup in Nove Mesto, Czech Republic. This historic victory was the first time a rider has won a World Cup event aboard a LiveValve-equipped bike. The winning bike was Pivot Cycles’ brand-new Mach 4 SL, which launched just yesterday.

Rounding out the day, Mathieu Vanderpoel of the Corendon-Circus team rode to a convincing victory in the men’s Short track event, maintaining his overall lead in the World Cup points standings. Vanderpoel’s Canyon hardtail was equipped with a (non-LiveValve) Fox 32 Step-Cast Factory Series fork.


Introducing Live Valve, our most advanced electronically controlled suspension system for mountain bikes. Featuring ultra-fast reacting sensors and the fastest valve ever created by FOX, Live Valve automatically adjusts the fork and shock independently as the terrain changes.


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