Santa Cruz Bicycles Megatower Carbon S Air Complete Bike

Santa Cruz Bicycles Megatower Carbon S Air Complete Bike
Santa Cruz Bicycles Megatower Carbon S Air Complete Bike
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Megatower Carbon S Air Complete Bike by Santa Cruz Bicycles
Santa Cruz has a new, full-fledged 29er enduro rig that's ready to launch a blitzkrieg attack on the most technical trails. The Megatower Carbon S Air Complete Bike represents a fantastic value and provides the self-sponsoring racer or aggressive trail rider a weapon to tame double black diamond runs with enough let in the bank to fund racing efforts and vacations. Its lower link driven VPP platform provides levels of traction we haven't experienced from a big wheel bike from Santa Cruz before. Our portfolio of bikes reveals so many great mountain bikes from various brands and pretty much all of them have a heavy-hitting 29er in their arsenal and for good reason. Wagon wheels simply carry more speed in almost every riding situation and with modern geometry, these bikes are free to exploit their high-speed stability through the chunder, while remaining agile and nimble, comfortable in the air, while still climbing with authority. If that sounds like a good recipe for an enduro race bike, you'd be exactly right and that's exactly where the Megatower positions itself. With some of the longest reach numbers, steepest seat tube angles, and longer wheelbases we've seen come out of the firm's headquarters, this is one progressive 29er and one that likes to get rowdy. While the LT might have been a quick fix to get its sponsored riders competitive in enduro races, the Megatower started life as an enduro weapon built from the get-go as a purpose-built machine to address the needs of the modern enduro racer and big hit trail rider. Part of this has to do with its transition to a lower-link driven VPP design like the one found on the Nomad, Bronson, and V10. Besides it generous 160mm of rear travel, the lower-link VPP allows for a more linear suspension curve for increased sensitivity off the top of the stroke, more traction and better small-bump absorption, especially under braking, while retaining good mid-stroke support and smooth bottom out progression. The revised s...

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