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Santa Cruz Bicycles Bronson Carbon CC 27.5+ X01 Eagle Reserve Mountain Bike Primer Grey, M

Item# 297-SNZ00IX-PRIGRE-M-AF | Model# 58-19155-114-3-574-554702 | Added on July 6, 2018 |
Santa Cruz Bicycles Bronson Carbon CC 27.5+ X01 Eagle Reserve Mountain Bike Primer Grey, M
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"The original Bronson was instrumental in swaying the preconceived notions of riders skeptical of the so-called ""tweener"" 27. 5-inch wheel size back in 2013, seeing just how damn capable the bike was everywhere from epics in the mountains to enduro race courses and even blasting a few laps at the bike park. So when Santa Cruz announced they completely redesigned the Bronson Carbon CC 27. 5+ XO1 Eagle Reserve Complete Mountain Bike with their ""new"" plus-sized tires, a longer, more aggressive geometry for the ever-increasing capabilities demanded by riders, and a lower-link driven shock inspired by the latest Nomad, we gladly listened and took note, seeing their expertise and foresight in designing mountain bikes far surpasses the skeptical attitudes prevalent in much of the mountain bike world. One of the biggest changes to the third-gen Bronson lies in a longer, slacker geometry that pushes it deeper into the gravity end of the riding spectrum. However, this redesign doesn't significantly alter its all-around versatility, meaning it's still great for the rider that desires the monster truck plushness of a slack, long-travel rig while having fun on trail systems with big climbs and high-speed descents. To be specific, Santa Cruz lengthened the reach by approximately 15 millimeters per size for a more confident, comfortable feel at higher speeds, plus a centimeter lower standover height for a better fit with shorter riders. The head tube angle drops from the previous ... read more
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