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Santa Cruz Syndicate’s Greg Minnaar shows us the Blur TRc, Chris Johnson and Dylan Wolsky show us the Nomad that they’ve been riding for the North American Enduro tour, Steve Peat shows us the Tallboy LTc, his favorite bike to ride at home and the bike he won the DH race on and Josh Bryceland finishes it off with the Highball 29er that he won the Dual Slalom on.

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Santa Cruz Pro Josh Bryceland with Highball Carbon

  • Color: Matte Carbon/Green
  • Fork: Fox 32 Float 100 CTD Adjust K
  • Kit: XTR-XC 2x10 Enve
  • Frame Weight: 2.4 lbs / 1.08 kg
  • Weight as Shown: 21.5 lb. / 9.75 kg
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Santa Cruz Nomad C

  • Color: Matte Carbon/Blue
  • Rear Wheel Travel: 160mm
  • Rear Shock: Fox Float CTD Adjust K
  • Fork: Fox 36 Float 160 K
  • Kit: XX1-AM 1x11 Enve
  • Frame Weight w/Rear Shock: 6.15 lbs / 2.79 kg
  • Weight as Shown: 26.9 lb. / 12.2 kg
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Santa Cruz Nomad

  • Color: Tennis Yellow
  • Rear Wheel Travel: 160mm
  • Rear Shock: Fox Float CTD
  • Fork: Fox 36 Float 160 RC2 K
  • Kit: SPX-AM
  • Frame Weight w/Rear Shock: 6.84 lbs / 3.1 kg
  • Weight as Shown: 29.9 lb. / 13.5 kg
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Santa Cruz Blur LT C

  • Color: Matte Carbon/Silver
  • Rear Wheel Travel: 140mm
  • Rear Shock: Fox Float CTD Adjust K
  • Fork: Fox 34 Float 150 CTD Adjust K
  • Kit: XTR-AM
  • Frame Weight w/Rear Shock: 5.96 lbs / 2.7 kg
  • Weight as Shown: 28.0 lb. / 12.7 kg
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Santa Cruz Tallboy LT C

  • Color: Gloss Solar Yellow Black
  • Rear Wheel Travel: 135mm
  • Rear Shock: Fox Float CTD Adjust K
  • Fork: Fox 34 Float 140 CTD Adjust K
  • Kit: XX1-AM 1x11 Enve
  • Frame Weight w/Rear Shock: 5.18 lbs / 2.35 kg
  • Weight as Shown: 25.5 lb. / 11.5 kg
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Santa Cruz Blur TR C

  • Color: Gloss White/Black
  • Rear Wheel Travel: 125mm
  • Rear Shock: Fox Float CTD Adjust K
  • Fork: Fox 32 Float 130 CTD Adjust K
  • Kit: SPX-XC 3x10
  • Frame Weight w/Rear Shock: 4.69 lbs / 2.13 kg
  • Weight as Shown: 24.5 lb. / 11.1 kg
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Santa Cruz Highball

  • Color: Gloss White
  • Fork: Fox 32 Float 100 CTD
  • Kit: R-XC
  • Frame Weight: 4.04 lbs / 1.83 kg
  • Weight as Shown: 26.3 lb. / 11.9 kg
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Santa Cruz Highball C

  • Color: Matte Carbon/Green
  • Fork: Fox 32 Float 100 CTD Adjust K
  • Kit: XTR-XC 2x10 Enve
  • Frame Weight: 2.63 lbs / 1.19 kg
  • Weight as Shown: 21.5 lb. / 9.75 kg
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Santa Cruz Tallboy C

  • Color: Gloss Blue
  • Rear Wheel Travel: 100mm
  • Rear Shock: Fox Float CTD Adjust K
  • Fork: Fox 32 Float 120 CTD Adjust K
  • Kit: SPX-XC 3x10
  • Frame Weight w/Rear Shock: 5.1 lbs / 2.31 kg
  • Weight as Shown: 25.8 lb. / 11.7 kg
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Santa Cruz Tallboy LT

  • Color: Gulf Blue/Orange
  • Rear Wheel Travel: 135mm
  • Rear Shock: Fox Float CTD
  • Fork: Rock Shox Revelation 140 RCT3
  • Kit: SPX-AM 2x10
  • Frame Weight w/Rear Shock: 7.1 lbs / 3.2 kg
  • Weight as Shown: 27.9 lb. / 12.7 kg
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Santa Cruz Steve Peat's World Cup V-10

It was only a matter of time before the weight and strength benefits we were seeing in our other carbon fiber bikes tempted us to apply the material to the V-10, with the same goals: reduce weight, gain strength. In this instance there was an additional goal: put the prototypes under the Santa Cruz Syndicate riders and go win World Cup Downhill races. Halfway through the 2010 season, the bike pictured here is still a prototype Syndicate frame, the frame weighs a pound less than the aluminum frame it will supercede, and the new V-10c had won two out of three World Cups, finished third once, and was leading the World Cup Overall. Only a prototype, already a winner.
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Santa Cruz Minnaar's V-10 C

  • First Carbon frame to win Elite DH World Championship
  • Color: Matte Carbon/Custom Syndicate-Issue Graphics
  • Rear Wheel Travel: Adjustable 215-254mm VPP
  • Rear Shock: Fox DHX RC4
  • Fork: Fox 40 R.A.D.
  • Kit: Shimano Saint, Enve, Chris King, Maxxis, WTB, Lizard Skins, Gore, Gamut
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Santa Cruz Interbike Booth

Santa Cruz Bicycles was founded in 1993 in a space the size of a single car garage in the Seabright Cannery, in Santa Cruz California. Our first bike, the Tazmon, was a single pivot dual suspension bike that rattled established sensibilities and helped define our then- ethos of "simply advanced." That bike was the cornerstone for a brand that was founded on the notion of doing things our own way in order to build the best. We have been rattling sensibilities ever since. We now manufacture 19 models of mountain bike, made from either carbon fiber or aluminum, from hardtails to 10" travel downhill machines. We offer suspension designs ranging from the simple efficiency of our single pivot designs to the cutting edge performance found in our unique VPP system. These are available with a wide range of component and suspension options to choose from, as well as a newly hatched Custom Color Choice Program for select models. Each and every one of our bikes is the distillation of our desire to ride and build the highest performance mountain bikes in the world. No more, no less.

 

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  • simon says:

    What no HUCKIN HECKLERS!!!! Clearly no need to promote their best.

  • Andrew Fleming says:

    I like Santa Cruz bikes, so I’m not criticizing their products, but I’m a stickler for details on writing:
    “We offer suspension designs ranging from the simple efficiency of our single pivot designs to the cutting edge performance found in our unique VPP system.”
    They have 2 suspension designs that they use. The words “ranging from… …to…” implies that there are other designs between these 2 and there aren’t. A good example of trying to write fancy when they should just try to be clear and simple.

    • wilbur the pedantic says:

      andrew, until very recently SCB offered 3 suspension platforms. it is also highly likely that, when creating this boilerplate “overview”, mtbr just repurposed some copy off the SCB website which may have been up there for a year now and not yet updated.

  • BigFoot jr says:

    I don’t care bout dems 29ers,IT IS!

  • dor says:

    why is this year’s hiball a 100g heavier and 400$ more expensive than the 2012 model?

  • MissedThePoint says:

    What’s with the details on the picture captions, such as Highball frame weight with shock, and the frame colors, with white being confused as blue?

  • Gregg says:

    The text for the weight has been corrected, thanks for the catch. On the Blur LT, the official color is called “Gulf Blue” but it shows up very white-ish in the photos.

  • isrel rodriguez says:

    necesito saber de distribuidores en mexico

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