DIRT Love® 

usually:  USD 1,091.60 USD 923.53

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  • Long
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Loves dirt.
The DIRT LOVE is our lean, mean, dirt- and street-machine that combines agility, ruggedness, and light weight. If you’re all about style and taking home the jackpot in cash-for-tricks sessions, the DIRT LOVE is your ideal partner. Hard landings or crashes, the chromoly frame shakes it all off. Regardless of whether it’s crushing it in the street, having a good time at the dirt jumps or sending massive backflips at Crankworx: the DIRT LOVE will make the most out of your airtime and won’t let you down on drops, flips, and spins.

New for this year: the DIRT LOVE is now available in two frame sizes!

Our roots can be found in dirt jumping, which is why so much of our passion and development work flows into the DIRT LOVE. Technology that is mostly only found in aluminum frame production has been put to good use on the DIRT LOVE’s steel frame: hydroforming. The down tube, chain stays, and the tapered head tube of the heat treated double-butted CrMo frame are preformed, which provides the basis for a bike that due to its low weight is perfect for jumps and tricks.

The top tube and down tube are both reinforced with internal gussets to deal with the harshest landings, yet you will still notice how silky smooth the bike moves underneath you when nailing sweet tricks like tailwhips or decades. And the newly revised compact dropouts with integrated chain tensioners make life even sweeter.



26" CrMo steel frame


SRAM Descendant



DT Swiss / YT Division

DT Swiss 533D Rim / YT Division Hubs


Rock Shox PIKE DJ

26" | 15x100mm

Front Tire

Maxxis Ikon

26 x 2,2
compound MPC
carcass 60 tpi

Rear Tire



Bottom Bracket


PF30 / 83mm



KMC Half Link Chain


SRAM Descendant




low cap, sealed headset, industrial bearings



2-piston caliper | Tooled reach adjust | DirectLink™ | Expandable Bladder | Timing Port Closure |  DOT 5.1


11 kg / 24,6 lb

* Weight measured without pedals 2014 - 2019 models in frame size S / Regular | 2020 models in frame size L / Long. Due to manufacturing tolerances of the individual components the bike weight may differ +/- 5%





SRAM Descendant

25mm Rise | 760mm


SDG Pivotal

Tool Kit

IceToolz Set

Torque Wrench (3NM-10NM; 3-6mm, reset) | Shock Pump (330psi/20.6bar; pressure relief valve) | Allen Key | Anti-Slip Paste


ODI Elite Motion

V2.1 | Lock On

Frame Size

Regular, Long



Jumps are getting bigger, tricks are getting sicker: the Pike DJ 26 is the perfect fork for all this progression. The little brother of the award-winning Pike features a sturdy 35mm chassis and is both light and stiff. The custom-tuned Charger damper shines on any type of jump, and the specific Solo Air spring offers significant end-stroke ramp-up for buttery smooth landings.

The lightweight SRAM Level TL brakes are built on the same technology that is used in downhill, in combination with SRAM’s 160mm Centerline rotor they provide dependable power and control. The super strong DT Swiss 533D wheels will let you get away with one or two over-rotated tricks and dirty landings, while the Maxxis Ikon front tire and Maxxis DTH rear tire give you the optimal mix of speed and grip.

Sizes   REGULAR   LONG  
A Toptube length  581 mm 615 mm
B Reach  400 mm 435 mm
C Stack  561 mm 561 mm
D Seattube length  313 mm 313 mm
E Chainstay length  400 mm 400 mm
F Headtube angle low/high  68,5 ° 68,5 °
G Seattube angle (eff.) low/high  72 ° 72 °
H BB Drop low/high  23 mm 23 mm
I Wheelbase  1053 mm 1087 mm
J Headtube length  111 mm 111 mm
K BB height  316 mm 316 mm
Standover height  635 mm 635 mm

Warning! The maneuvers shown were done with professional riders on a closed course. Please do not attempt.

The bikes pictured may differ in certain details from the stock model and may feature optional equipment available at extra cost. Any information about delivery, appearance, dimensions and weights of bikes is provided without obligation and is subject to errors as well as printing and typing mistakes; furthermore we reserve the right to make any changes. No rights can be derived from incorrect information.