Santa Cruz Bicycles Tallboy 29 R Complete Mountain Bike

Santa Cruz Bicycles Tallboy 29 R Complete Mountain Bike
Santa Cruz Bicycles Tallboy 29 R Complete Mountain Bike
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Tallboy 29 R Complete Mountain Bike by Santa Cruz Bicycles
Santa Cruz's Tallboy used to be synonymous with cross-country speed demon, and while we're not here to say it doesn't still dominate in XC-disciplines, we can say with confidence that its branched out far from its original 100mm limits of days past, diving into all-mountain capabilities with 120mm of travel in both front and rear. When Santa Cruz resurrected the Blur it opened new opportunities for the Tallboy, allowing it to move from a short-travel whip built for smooth ribbons of singletrack into a much more capable all-mountain steed that we like to categorize as down-country. Does is still speed through XC race day with the podium in its line of sight' You bet, but now with slightly slacker geometry, and a demeanor capable of threading the needle through trees, and charging deep rock gardens when race day is over. In its newest iteration the Tallboy 29 Carbon R Complete Mountain Bike shows its true capability with a slack 65. 6-degree head tube for massive stability, a steeply perched seat tube for powering up steep climbs, and new lower-link VPP suspension that elevates comfort at high speeds. Because Santa Cruz's Bronson and Hightower got makeovers in the suspension department, it doesn't come as a huge surprise to see the tweaks to the Tallboy went in the same direction. The new Tallboy follows the trends of its deeper-travel siblings, moving the VPP suspension down to a lower-link that offers improved stabilization in the roughest terrain, while an extra 10mm of travel helps soak up additional rocks and roots that the previous Tallboy would have shied away from. This makes the new ride more confident than ever, ready for bigger trails, rutted out lines, brakes bumps galore, and even turning the odd set of rollers into doubles--but not at the cost of climbing. The new suspension is designed with the same engineering principles as the brand's longest travel bikes, making it just as at home riding cross-country as it is extreme backcountry. Santa Cruz's VPP...

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