Santa Cruz Carbon riser bar is made using the same technology as Santa Cruz’s frames and wheels and it is pretty lightweight at 227 grams.
Mild facelift for the iconic Santa Cruz Nomad. Subtle re-profiling of the head tube and BB area with crisp edges and sharp creases.
The Santa Cruz Bullit is back! Hot on the heels of the Heckler MX is their heaviest hitting e-bike with 170mm travel, Shimano EP8 motor and mullet wheels.
The new Santa Cruz 5010 arrives with a lower-link driven shock, proportional sizing and the aim of letting you get creative with your surroundings.
It's finally here: Santa Cruz Heckler. 27.5in wheels, 150mm travel and Shimano STEPS motor, Santa Cruz says it takes amplifies the fun of a pure pedal bike.
Does the new Santa Cruz Hightower version have the same significance, or will it simply languish in the shadow of the Santa Cruz Megatower?
The new Santa Cruz Tallboy blends big bike geometry with small bike travel: so is it a trail bike, an XC bike, or something else entirely?
Is this new Santa Cruz Megatower a big wheel Nomad or something completely different? Here’s the low-down and our first ride review thoughts.
The Santa Cruz Hightower LT uses their older style VPP configuration, with the shock tucked under the top tube and driven by the upper rocker link.
Hard not to love the Santa Cruz Nomad CC. It looks drop dead gorgeous, pedals better than most 140mm bikes but you have 170mm to get you out of trouble.
Santa Cruz Bronson has borrowed the Nomad’s new suspension layout, grown fatter wheels and longer geometry. Can it retain its Best Ever Trail Bike status?
The Santa Cruz Bronson CC is quite possibly the best 150mm travel trail bike we’ve ever tested.
Need to know Full carbon frame and swingarm 150mm travel front and rear Higher spec S build (£3,999) comes with a Reverb and Pike fork Kashima shock upgrade available for…
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A single-pivot modern classic from the Californian kings of bling