Santa Cruz Nomad

Buckle up and strap yourself in to your office chair, the new Santa Cruz Nomad is here with a video that might just have you jumping out of your seat and racing for the nearest exit so you can go and ride your bike, which your boss might not approve of! Filmed in the Andean Mountains and using horses for an uplift Dylan Wolsky and Iago Garay take the carbon framed all mountain slayer for a thrash along some of the trails used in the Andes-Pacifico race a couple of weeks ago. Amazing cinematography, excellent riding and a thumping soundtrack await…

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Video best served in HD, on a big screen, with speakers cranked up to 11.

“Thanks to La Parva ski resort in Chile, for allowing us to film. Huge respect to Ennio Morricone for The Good, The Bad and The Ugly. Props to Soundhog ( for his mighty mash-up of Led Zeppelin and The Beatles. All credit to Cut Media for their filming and editing. And gracias to for all their location scouting and logistics.”

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