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Santa Cruz Bicycles Nomad Carbon CC X01 Eagle Reserve RCT Coil Mountain Bike

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Santa Cruz Bicycles Nomad Carbon CC X01 Eagle Reserve RCT Coil Mountain Bike
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Outfitted with a RockShox Super Deluxe Coil RCT shock for a more consistent, active feel on those blistering descents over thousands of vertical feet, this particular Santa Cruz Nomad Carbon CC XO1 Eagle Reserve RCT Coil Complete Mountain Bike shreds dedicated downhill courses, dismantles freeride lines in the mountains, and sends bigger park hits with uncanny ease. It's a bike that begs you to ride faster and push harder than you ever thought possible, thanks to its gravity-inspired geometry that's longer and slacker with the ability to fine-tune its riding feel with an adjustable flip-chip. This particular version of the Nomad Carbon CC carries all of the redesign features of the previous Nomad that were implemented in 2018; it's just updated with refreshing paint schemes that pop brilliantly when you're shredding bike parks and dropping into downhills. Although the previous generation Nomad was aimed squarely at enduro domination, the newest generation is less of a dedicated race bike and more of a gravity rig that you can actually pedal uphill without struggling like other long-travel sleds. Think of it as a freeride bike for riders seeking one that's versatile enough to lap the resort park and shuttle downhill laps, then pedal along backcountry epics the very next day. The 65-degree head tube angle (in high setting) and longer reach keep things calm and comfortable on wicked descents, yet the steeper 75-degree seat tube angle puts you in an optimal pedaling position ... read more
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