Santa Cruz Bicycles

Santa Cruz Bicycles

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1 week ago

Vital MTB New 2020 Hightower Review:

"Not Your Dad’s Hightower: We Ride the New 2020 Santa Cruz - Introducing the second generation of the Santa Cruz Hightower and its new Juliana counterpart, the Maverick."

Great and comprehensive New Hightower first ride review from Vital!

Santa Cruz Bicycles posted a link
2 weeks ago

| World Cup 2019 Round #4 - Vallnord, Andorra |

The track in Vallnord is the most physically challenging of the season with all the features that make up a World Cup track forcing riders to take chances and play their cards at keeping their speed in check and line choices dialed. Aside from being physically demanding this is also the steepest track on the circuit, and this year would bring an added element of difficulty - the driest, loosest, and roughest conditions ever seen in Andorra made the track unpredictable...

Full Andorra WC race report in the link!

Santa Cruz Bicycles posted a video
2 weeks ago

Damm Son! - 50:01 has a new video
Check it out in the link!

Santa Cruz Bicycles posted a link
2 weeks ago

| Santa Cruz '2020' Model Year Update |

While it’s hard not to get lost in all the New Hightower excitement, we also launched all the ‘2020’ build kit options and updated a bunch of model colors today.
For example the ‘2020’ Blur model shown here.
You can check out the full updated line-up and options at our website now - http://www.santacruzbicycles.com

Santa Cruz Bicycles updated their cover photo.
Santa Cruz Bicycles updated their cover photo.
2 weeks ago

THE NEW HIGHTOWER

Full details here:
http://www.santacruzbicycles.com/hightower

Santa Cruz Bicycles posted a link
2 weeks ago

| THE NEW HIGHTOWER |
Our greatest hits compiled into one bike—just hit play.

- 140mm VPP rear wheel travel
- 150mm fork travel
- 29-inch wheels (27.5+ Compatible)
- Adjustable geometry via flip chip
- Available in aluminum, C and CC carbon
- Sizes S, M, L, XL, XXL
- Lifetime Warranty

Full details in the link!

Santa Cruz Bicycles posted a status
3 weeks ago

Reminder for our San Francisco area friends - Come hang out with Santa Cruz/Juliana and Santa Cruz Gravel Bike Night at Pas Normal Studios tonight at 6pm.
Free drinks and good times!

Santa Cruz Bicycles posted a link
3 weeks ago

The Downtime Podcast - Sam Dale

The Downtime Podcast crew sat down with Sam Dale.
Sam is a super interesting guy who worked his way up from privateer to full pro-team support, took a World Cup podium and a load of other top results, but decided that pro-team life wasn’t right for him. Sam re-focussed and is now riding and racing in the way he wants to… so we sat down outside his van in the Fort William evening sun (yes there was some sun!) and chatted about what he’s learned along the way.

Check it out!
http://www.downtimepodcast.com/sam-dale/

Santa Cruz Bicycles posted a link
3 weeks ago

| 2019 Mavic Trans-Provence Day Six - This Is The End |

Day 6 dispatch from our man on the mountain Gary Perkin -

"After six days and ten years of racing and traversing the southern Alps from mountain tops to the Mediterranean Sea the Trans-Provence has come to a close, and not just for the 2019 edition, but forever. This is a tough pill to swallow; tougher than all the hike-a-bikes and switchbacks over the years!..."

Full & final Trans-Provence report in the link!

Santa Cruz Bicycles posted a link
4 weeks ago

| 2019 Mavic Trans-Provence Day Five |
Day 5 dispatch from our man on the mountain Gary Perkin

"The penultimate day of the last ever Trans-Provence saw us head into Italy after an early start to the day...."

Full report in the link!

About
Welcome to the official Facebook page for Santa Cruz Bicycles!
Description
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 20 models of mountain bike and a full women's Juliana range, 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. 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.

We could get all touchy feely here and talk about how we are committed and impassioned riders, and how we love bikes so much that it somehow elevates us into something unique, but that's kind of common fodder for these "about" tabs on bike company websites. EVERYONE working in this industry should be committed and impassioned. It takes that kind of commitment to try and build the perfect bike. Still, we think we chase that vision harder, smarter and sometimes a bit weirder than the others.
Category
Sport & recreation
Phone
(831) 459-7560
Price range
££

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Mountain Bike Reviews - Santa Cruz Bicycles Nomad C  2015
Mountain Bike Reviews - Santa Cruz Bicycles Nomad C  2015
Santa Cruz Bicycles Nomad C

Out of the box this is one seriously nice looking bit of kit, although it comes with a fairly chunky price tag. You would be forgiven for thinking this is just another re-launch of a bike with the bigger wheels treatment. However, given the hype surrounding the launch of this new bike I was keen to test the real differences.…

Mountain Bike Reviews - Santa Cruz Bicycles Bronson C  2014
Mountain Bike Reviews - Santa Cruz Bicycles Bronson C  2014
Santa Cruz Bicycles Bronson C

The Santa Cruz Bronson is probably the most talked about bike on the planet right now. Launched with a huge fanfare, and the likes of Steve Pete and Cedric Gracia singing its virtues, it created an internet buzz that we haven’t seen for a while. Pre-orders stacked up and for a while the bikes were as rare as rocking horse…

Mountain Bike Reviews - Santa Cruz Bicycles Heckler R AM  2014
Mountain Bike Reviews - Santa Cruz Bicycles Heckler R AM  2014
Santa Cruz Bicycles Heckler R AM

At 18 years old the Heckler is finally allowed into the pub for a beer in the UK, obviously it would be foolish to show up not in fashion and so the team at Santa Cruz have kitted it out with 27.5 inch wheels and some geometry changes to keep it bang up-to-date. At the heart of the bike is…

Mountain Bike Reviews - Santa Cruz Bicycles Heckler RAM  2013
Mountain Bike Reviews - Santa Cruz Bicycles Heckler RAM  2013
Santa Cruz Bicycles Heckler RAM

The Heckler has been part of the Santa Cruz heritage for 18 years, which is pretty substantial by any standards. Of course it has changed a lot in that time and in its current guise it represents a simple, single pivot suspension design with all-mountain geometry and travel at a very competitive price. New for this year is a tapered…

Mountain Bike Reviews - Santa Cruz Bicycles Nickel  2011
Mountain Bike Reviews - Santa Cruz Bicycles Nickel  2011
Santa Cruz Bicycles Nickel

Santa Cruz is a company with a fabulous heritage and an extensive line up of much loved and desired bikes. When they announced not only two new bikes, but new bikes sporting a new suspension system to their line up we got all excited. The APP system is Santa Cruz’s way of offering a bike that rides similar to their…

Mountain Bike Reviews - Santa Cruz Bicycles Tallboy Alloy  2011
Mountain Bike Reviews - Santa Cruz Bicycles Tallboy Alloy  2011
Santa Cruz Bicycles Tallboy Alloy

Santa Cruz are head and shoulders above the crowd at the moment, yes they are quite literally Tallboy… I’ll get my coat! They do however, seem to be producing some of the very best bikes in several categories right now and their Tallboy C has been getting some pretty rave reviews. Whilst it would be great if we could all…

6 days ago | 11:10

Good and bad memories from Les Gets for the big dog Peaty... Take a trip down memory lane whilst on track during Qualifying day, helping…

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1 week ago | 3:24

The infamous Les Gets World Cup Downhill has created many a Syndicate tear over the years (looking at you, Peaty)... Now the young blood are…

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2 weeks ago | 9:28

Each Saturday we'll be bringing you Steve Peat and his adventures whilst out on course playing coach, spotting lines and occasionally remembering to film the…

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2 weeks ago | 3:57

Always on the pursuit for greatness.... and speed. Marshy and Greg have gone longer in the rear this time round, with some custom dropouts, links…

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2 weeks ago | 6:21

Most bikes have a story but this one goes a bit further than that.. Presenting the all new 2020 Santa Cruz Hightower! But not just…

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4 weeks ago | 04:00

There would be a familiar start to Day 6 as riders enjoyed two nights in Breil-Sur-Roya, returning to the summit of the Col de Brouis…

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4 weeks ago | 03:37

With the sea visible for the first time yesterday, riders must be able to smell the sea breeze as the opening shuttle took them from…

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4 weeks ago | 03:00

Day 4 saw riders fully traverse two valleys, the Vésubie and the Bévéra, the latter housing the infamous medieval town and MTB mecca of Sospel.…

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4 weeks ago | 03:14

Day 3 started in complete contrast to the one that preceded it, as riders were met by clear blue skies in Valberg for another four stages…

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1 month ago | 03:22

Few stage race day starts are as iconic as Col des Champs, now a legendary part of the Trans-Provence story. The col would see no racing…

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1 month ago

Dawn rises on the Col d'Allos as the first wave of riders open their accounts at Mavic Trans-Provence 2019. The rain and isolated claps of thunder…

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1 month ago

TweedLove’s new Transcend Bike Festival hosted over 2,000 riders in the Tweed Valley, Scotland last weekend. The inaugural event provided riding events of all varieties…

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Issue 59

An institution in their own rights, Sven and Boris are two of the best photographers in the business and have produced countless iconic images. Samantha Dugon finds out more about this dynamic duo.

3 weeks ago
Issue 59

The most popular movies from the IMB website over the last two months!

3 weeks ago
Issue 55

The Tweed Valley has come of age. No longer just a trail centre, the valley offers such a vast amount of riding it is hard to ignore and is drawing visitors from around the globe. From downhill to XC and everything in between, is this the finest British mountain bike destination?

11 months ago
Issue 49

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2 years ago
Issue 48

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2 years ago
Issue 47

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2 years ago
Issue 46

Richard Kelly is back looking at how a bit of time spent fine tuning your suspension can not only improve the way you ride but also make you much faster and less prone to crashing!

2 years ago
Issue 44

As the Internet still reels from the most recent Danny Macaskill dropping, we catch up with Ian Young from Scottish brand Endura to find out more about the work they do and the kit they make. If it's good enough for Danny Mac...

3 years ago
Issue 44

More images with no particular place to call home this issue!

3 years ago
Issue 43

This Issue we talk to John Firth from O'Neal about a brand steeped in Motocross culture and history and find out how they stay true to their moto roots while embracing the changing world of mountain biking.

3 years ago
Issue 43

More images with no particular place to call home this issue!

3 years ago
Issue 42

Richard Kelly investigates the art of going faster, why is it some of your buddies just effortless blast away from you on the trails? Find out here and catch them up too!

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