Santa Cruz Bicycles Megatower Carbon S Coil Complete Bike

Santa Cruz Bicycles Megatower Carbon S Coil Complete Bike
Santa Cruz Bicycles Megatower Carbon S Coil Complete Bike
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Megatower Carbon S Coil Complete Bike by Santa Cruz Bicycles
When it comes to filling an appetite for enduro, it doesn't surprise us that Santa Cruz has been cooking up a heavy-hitting 29er to add to their arsenal. Big wheels simply carry more speed in almost every riding situation, and with the modern geometry of today, these bikes are free to exploit their high-speed stability through chundery sections lined with old growth pines. Combined with the agile, nimble, and comfortable-in-the-air feel that you covet, you'll find the recipe for an ideal endo race bike. This happens to be right where the Santa Cruz Megatower Carbon S Coil Complete Bike lands, with some of the longest reach numbers, steepest seat tube angles, and longest wheelbases you'll find from the firm's headquarters, this trusty steed is one progressive 29er that begs to be let loose for berm blasting at warp speed.We may just be speculating, but it seemed to us that the LT was a quick fix to get Santa Cruz's riders competitive in the enduro races, so it's natural that its followed by a beast of a bike that started its life as an enduro weapon from the ground up. The Megatower represents a two-year project that Santa Cruz's designers dedicated to addressing the needs of bigger hitting enduro and trail riders. A trained eye will be able to spot the immediate similarities to the newer lower-link driven VPP design that we see on the Nomad, Bronson, and V10, which, when paired with a generous 160-millimeters of rear travel, you'll find more linear suspension curve for increased sensitivity off the top of the stroke, and more traction and small-bump compliance under braking, while maintaining reliable mid-stroke support and bottom out progression. The revised suspension maintains the same efficient pedaling and climbing performance of previous generations of VPP while offering unprecedented, glued-to-the-trail grip, enabling you to push your limits with more confidence than ever. As an added bonus, the revised suspension design lets the bike play well with an ar...

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