Santa Cruz Bicycles Hightower Carbon R Mountain Bike

Santa Cruz Bicycles Hightower Carbon R Mountain Bike
Santa Cruz Bicycles Hightower Carbon R Mountain Bike
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Hightower Carbon R Mountain Bike by Santa Cruz Bicycles
Trail bikes tend to be the steeds we think of as quiver killers in our garage. They serve many purposes, and challenge the sum of their numbers to take on terrain that the big-bikes eat up, and soar up climbs with the best of their short-travel companions. Never to fall short, Santa Cruz delivered well with the first generation of Hightower, offering 29-inch wagon wheels for quick rolling capability, and moderately slack geometry that stayed stable on descents -- but never to rest on their laurels, the engineers still had more to offer, and its apparent with the new Santa Cruz Hightower Carbon R Mountain Bike. The new Hightower is built to take on gnarlier trails than ever before, thanks to a whole medley of ingredients to the secret recipe, including lower-link VPP suspension that takes cues from the Nomad, an extra hit of front-and-rear travel, and longer, slacker geometry for total stability on the descents. The newest iteration of the Hightower blows beyond its predecessors, the Hightower and Hightower LT, finding a nice spot to hang out just between the Tallboy and the Megatower. It packs in all-new geometry from the old Hightower, and stretches further than even the LT, with slacker head tube, longer wheelbase, and a steeper seat tube, plus new lower linkage that lends queues to the Nomad for total downhill stability, and a flip-chip for flexibility. The result is a powerful trail bike that's capable of holding its own in the rough and rowdy, and racing back up to the top to get another lap of hits. Throughout Santa Cruz's lineup, the Hightower has long been known as a do-it-all trail bike, capable of backcountry endurance adventures in the Santa Cruz mountains, and fast laps at your local trail network when you need to hammer out as many post-workday miles as possible. It remains as that, but as a more capable bike than before, stretching its reach out a 20mm (on sizes small through large), offering more room in the cockpit to play with, while a more rel...

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