Santa Cruz Bicycles Blur Carbon CC Mountain Bike Frame

Santa Cruz Bicycles Blur Carbon CC Mountain Bike Frame
Santa Cruz Bicycles Blur Carbon CC Mountain Bike Frame
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Blur Carbon CC Mountain Bike Frame by Santa Cruz Bicycles
You've got a knack for conquering climbs, and threading through technical switchbacks with power, and as such, you generally crave the rides with a little less travel, and more agility for earning places on the podium, and pushing quickly through miles of rolling singletrack. You're not alone, and its more apparent than ever with the newly redesigned Santa Cruz Blur CC Mountain Bike Frame. Refined for 24-hour endurance and hot-laps alike, the new Blur is ready to show you what it's made of -- light and stiff CC level carbon, 4-inches of VPP suspension for a nearly bottomless feel on chunky descents, and race-ready geometry built around a 69-degree head tube for slaying steep climbs and carving new lines through the race course. We may have a tendency to hesitate when we hear the words "rugged" and "cross-country race rocket" used in the same sentence, but with a one-piece carbon VPP rear triangle we can't help but spot the similarities between the Blur and Santa Cruz's burly DH rigs. Its twin upright architecture gives cues to inspiration from the Nomad and V10, promising a ride that's uncompromising and stiff, but without the bulk to follow. Keeping a good thing going, Santa Cruz carefully constructs a one-piece carbon front triangle to pack in lateral stiffness that provides tracking confidence through blown out, washboard switchbacks and root-latticed climbs. The VPP suspension in the new Blur is much like the VPP you'll find in other modern Santa Cruz bikes, which undoubtedly an upgrade from the previous generation, with smoother ramping mid-stroke to prevent a bottomed out feel as you soak into the suspension, and with the smooth FOX Float Factory shock you'll find that the short 100-millimeters of travel feel so much deeper. Santa Cruz may have taken a bit of a divergence from the XC scene in the past few years, with the Tallboy being the closest to a cross-country offering in recent time, and geometry stretching to slacker angles year over year, so we're...

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