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|Santa Cruz Bicycles Tallboy 2 R XC Complete Mountain Bike
When it came time for Santa Cruz to update its venerable Tallboy, change came in the form of a revised suspension platform and a reduction in weight. But, it's worth noting that carbon didn't receive all of the attention. Instead, Santa Cruz's Tallboy 2 R XC Complete Mountain Bike sees the same...
|Santa Cruz Bicycles Tallboy LT Carbon Mountain Bike Frame
Since its inception, The Santa Cruz Tallboy chassis has altered naysayers' negative opinions on the oversized wheel platform. The Tallboy LT Carbon Mountain Bike Frame keeps that tradition alive by providing 135mm of travel in an insanely light and strong package, complete with the new Kashima...
|Santa Cruz Bicycles Tallboy LT Carbon R AM Complete Mountain Bike
It's fair to assume the LT Carbon is Santa Cruz's Tallboy with longer legs. But in actuality it's much more -- and gets its own carbon chassis and geometry to squeeze the most out of the 29-inch shoes, 135mm of VPP suspension, and SLX-equipped R AM Complete mountain bike build. To start with, the...
|Santa Cruz Bicycles Tallboy LT Carbon X01 AM Complete Mountain Bike
The Santa Cruz Tallboy LT Carbon X01 AM complete mountain bike takes the carbon fiber Tallboy LT chassis we know and love, and gives it a build kit that's hard to ignore. With Fox suspension, a Rockshox Reverb Stealth dropper post, and hand built wheels, you'll have all the confidence you need,...
|Santa Cruz Bicycles Tallboy LT X01 AM Complete Mountain Bike
Since its introduction, the Tallboy LT has been changing commonly held notions regarding the correct usage of 29er wheels. Specifically, the LT has proven time and time again that the larger wheels are perfect for flying through aggressive terrain with aplomb, and the Santa Cruz Tallboy LT X01 AM...
|Santa Cruz Bicycles V10 Carbon DHX Mountain Bike Frame
In the game of seconds, it's no surprise to see carbon fiber becoming the material of choice for competition downhill bikes. When Santa Cruz introduced the V10 eight years ago, its VPP suspension platform revolutionized the gravity scene, but the stout aluminum chassis was a bit portly. And while...