Priority Bicycles 600X Adventure Bicycle
Priority Bicycles 600X Adventure Bicycle
Priority Bicycles 600X Adventure Bicycle
Priority Bicycles 600X Adventure Bicycle
Priority Bicycles 600X Adventure Bicycle
Priority Bicycles 600X Adventure Bicycle
Priority Bicycles 600X Adventure Bicycle
Priority Bicycles 600X Adventure Bicycle
Priority Bicycles 600X Adventure Bicycle
Priority Bicycles 600X Adventure Bicycle
Priority Bicycles 600X Adventure Bicycle
Priority Bicycles 600X Adventure Bicycle
Priority Bicycles 600X Adventure Bicycle


$ 3,500.00

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Our belt drive Pinion hardtail designed for cross-country and bike packing adventures. 600ADX Coming May 19th.


Not sure? Check out our sizing guide.

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Our belt drive pinion hardtail designed for cross-country and bike packing adventures

A clean design meant to get dirty

Designed in partnership with professional adventurer Ryan Van Duzer and built for off-road adventure, the 600x has been tested on the Great Divide Trail, the Baja Divide, the Adirondack Trail, across the PNW, and across Europe and Asia.

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Bike packing, touring, and dirt in general is hard. You get grit in your hair, on your face, and caked on your legs. Nothing is better than hitting a stream to get that patina of dust off. Now your bike can have that same feeling. With the combination of an enclosed Pinion C1.12 gearbox and grease-free, carbon fiber-reinforced Gates Carbon Drive Belt, your bike is ready to go anywhere, and just a quick rinse away from being clean.

Designed with the adventurer in mind, the 600x has a cross and trekking-friendly geometry in mind, with a load of braze-ons for extra gear. After testing across the country and out our back door, the 600x features include

Frame: Ultralight 6061 T6 Aluminum

Fork: Wren Inverted Suspension, 110mm Travel

Rims: WTB KOM Tough i35 / i25 29" Tubeless Ready

Spokes: Sapim Race double butted

Rear Hub: Boost Cassette, Four Cartridge Bearing, High Pawl Engagement

Front Hub: Boost Sealed Bearing, 110x15mm Thru Axle

Tires: WTB Ranger 29 x 2.25" TCS Tough / Goodyear Peak Ultimate Tubeless Complete Dynamic: A/T 29 x 2.40"

Shifter: Pinion DS1.12

Brakes: Hayes Dominion A4, 4 -piston hydraulic disc / Tektro Orion, 4 piston hydraulic disc

Belt: Gates Carbon Drive CDX

Front Cog: 32t Gates CDX

Rear Cog: 30t Gates CDX

Seatpost: 30.9 Alloy, 400mm

Saddle: WTB Pure / Volt

Stem: Alloy

Headset: FSA Sealed Bearing, Tapered

Color: Charcoal

Sizes: S, M, L

Mounts: Seat Stays (2x), Seat Tube, Down Tube (2x), Top Tube

Kickstand: Direct Mount

600x Specs

Measurement Small Medium Large
Approx. Inseam in inches 28.5 - 30.5" 30.5 - 32.5" 33.0 - 35.0"
Approx. Height 5'6 - 5'9" 5'8 - 5'11" 5'11 - 6'4"
(A) Standover 28" 29.5" 32.5"
(B) Seat Tube C-T 432mm 480mm 540mm
(C) Effective Top Tube 595mm 610mm 624mm
(D) Head Tube Length 105mm 121mm 141mm
(E) Head Tube Angle 69 69 69
(F) Seat Tube Angle 74 74 74
(G) Chainstay Length 462mm 462mm 462mm
(H) Crank Arm Length 170mm 170mm 170mm
(I) Bottom Bracket Drop 65mm 65mm 65mm
(J) Wheelbase 1127mm 1143mm 1155mm
(K) Stem Length 60mm 60mm 60mm
(L) Maximum Tire Clearance 29 x 2.8" 29 x 2.8" 29 x 2.8"
(M) Fork Axle to Crown 530mm 530mm 530mm
(N) Stack 643mm 658mm 677mm
(O) Reach 409mm 419mm 427mm

Proper Sizing

We recommend sizing based on your leg inseam. To properly determine your inseam, please watch the below video. The 600X has a 29" wheel set, so it runs bigger than a traditional mountain bike. When determining size, please make sure inseam and height are within the recommended ranges below.

Note, women tend to have long limbs and short torsos compared to men, which may put you between sizes. For example, you could have a 31" inseam but be under 5'8 in height. When between sizes, it is best to size down.

Questions? Send us your inseam and height for a recommendation:

| SMALL | :: Leg Inseam: 28.5" - 30.5", Rider Height: 5'6" - 5'9"
| MEDIUM | :: Leg Inseam: 30.75" - 32.5", Rider Height: 5'9" - 5'11"
| LARGE | :: Leg Inseam: 33" - 35", Rider Height: 5'11" - 6'4"

Weight limit - 300 lbs max combined weight (rider, bicycle, and any cargo)

Proper Bike Sizing

Field Tested

R & D normally means Research and Development. Sure we did that - crafting the 600x features with our internal team who have spent thousands of miles on trails, our friends at Pinion and Gates, but we also have some secret weapon R & D's.

Try Ryan Van Duzer whose feedback and direction gave us unique insight into what he has encountered riding across the country, up Baja, or even camping in his home state.

Oh, and for some hardcore testing, try Riding the Divide! Duzer set out from Montana riding over 2000 miles with over 100,000ft of climbing to New Mexico. His only problem? A worn out tire. So we spec'd that up. As one of the most challenging rides in the world, it was a perfect proving ground for the new 600X.

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Load Up and Go

The 600X is designed to take your gear, ride anywhere, and simply keep going.

There are rear rack mounts, seat stay eyelets, and eyelets on underside of top tube for a bolt-on frame bag. You could mount 6 bottle cages, or you could solid mount a frame bag with 4 more bottle cages - whatever setup is best for your rides!

There are additional eyelets on the downtube and toptube for mounting cargo cages. This is one of the first production bicycles with bottle cage mounts on the seatstays. There aren't many mountain bikes this capable with rear rack mounts.

The bike also has cable routing for covert dropper seatposts if people want to upgrade for a more trail-ready setup.

By the Numbers


Gear Range


Braze-ons for Gear


Fork Travel


Non-overlapping Gears


You have questions. We have answers.

How come the 600x only has 12 gears?

The 600% gear range is massive and fits everything from long haul climbs to flat packed fire roads.  The 12 gears are non-overlapping and sequential, so you don’t have the overlap you experience with a front and rear cog.  The 12-speed Pinion is tested on 1000+ mile rides with mixed terrain and elevation.

Will the belt break on a ride?

If you are in an unsupported long bike packing trip, it is wise to have a backup belt as a precaution.  With proper care of your belt, you can ride, rinse and repeat.  That’s really the benefit of the system!  We really recommend having the belt because you never know what could happen and it is simple to have a backup.

Shipping options

All in-stock orders placed on business days before 12:00 EST ship that day.

If after, your order will ship on the next business day. Standard ground shipping is approximately between 1-5 days and you can scroll down to see approximate shipping times.

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Final assembly in a few easy steps. Your bicycle will ship with all the tools needed for final assembly. Walkthrough videos are available on the instructions tab of our website. We recommend a professional bicycle mechanic safety check your bicycle before riding. Approximate shipping times available below.

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Your bicycle ships to our NYC Showroom. We will assemble your bicycle and contact you to schedule a pick-up time. Bonus, we get to meet you!

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