Santa Cruz Bicycles Bronson 27.5+ S Mountain Bike

Santa Cruz Bicycles Bronson 27.5+ S Mountain Bike
Santa Cruz Bicycles Bronson 27.5+ S Mountain Bike
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Bronson 27.5+ S Mountain Bike by Santa Cruz Bicycles
The Santa Cruz Bronson is a longtime favorite around the office, being regarded as one of the pack leaders in the all-mountain category ever since the initial release in 2013. Excelling on everything from all-day missions on rugged backcountry singletrack, to hot laps at the bike park, or even a bit of enduro racing, the Bronson is a jack of all trades that's equally confident taking the straight line through a chunky rock garden as it is airing over it entirely. The newest version of the Bronson (now in its third generation) receives a new lower-link VPP design inspired by the Nomad, longer and slacker geometry that's also adjustable, and compatibility with up to 2. 8in wide plus tires in order to meet the increasing versatility riders demand from a modern mountain bike. With these cumulative changes, the Bronson 27. 5+ S Complete Mountain Bike is ready to tackle aggressive terrain with even more speed, fun, and confidence. The most noticeable difference with the new Bronson is the transition to a lower-link VPP design like the one found on the Nomad and V10. The bike maintains the same 150mm rear travel as previous generations, but the lower-link VPP allows a more linear suspension curve for better sensitivity throughout the stroke, resulting in better small-bump absorption while retaining good mid-stroke support and smooth bottom out progression. The revised suspension maintains the same efficient pedaling and climbing performance of previous generations, but increases traction on rough trails and descents, letting you push your limits with more confidence than ever. The Bronson also sees some significant changes to geometry that push it further into the enduro spectrum. The reach and wheelbase are longer and the head tube is slacker, providing more stability during high speed sections of trail and long, technical descents. The geometry is also adjustable via a flip chip in the linkage, allowing you to tune the handling to suit the trail at hand. Of course, ...

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