Are you ready to ready to add a dirt jump bike to the stable?
When Logan Peat and Josh Bryceland rolled into Santa Cruz on their Jackals, we rolled up in a 1949 GM 4101 Union Pacific Streamliner to show them around.
Still using its original super-charged two-stroke straight-six Detroit Diesel power plant connected to a Spicer 4-speed manual transmission, the “Crazy Train” is the last running coach of ten, made for ferrying passengers from Union Pacific’s Los Angeles terminal in the fifties and sixties.
Still using unique sliding dropouts to accommodate gears or single speeds, connected to the frame via compact chainstays on a super-strong asymmetrical yoke, the Jackal was made for ferrying passengers over dirt jumps, street obstacles, amusement parks and anything else you might encounter on a rampage around town.
- 26″ wheels
- Sizes: M, L
- Frame Weight: 5.02lbs (2.28kg) for size M
- Tapered headtube for maximum strength
- Sliding rear dropouts for geared or single speed use
- 73mm threaded BB: creak-free riding and easy installation
- Price: $750 frame only
For more information visit www.santacruzbicycles.com/en/jackal.