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Santa Cruz V10 CC
$8,799.00 - $10,799.00
When you're building a downhill race bike, why not work with some of the best racers out there? Santa Cruz works with the Santa Cruz Syndicate to wring the full potential out of the V10. Did it work? We'll let the World Cup wins and World Champs medals speak for themselves. The V10 CC puts all that tuning into a frame crafted with their top level CC-carbon for the lightest, strongest layup possible. Drawing from feedback from Steve Peat, Greg Minnaar and Josh Bryceland, the V10 features 216mm of travel with two adjustable geometry positions. The shock rate has been tuned for consistent damping when you're blasting through the rocks at Ft. William or your local track, and the entire bike has been optimized to withstand Ratboy's tendency to avoid the brakes at all costs. Everything rolls on 27.5-inch wheels for the ultimate balance in speed, handling, and course-dominating awesomeness.
GT Fury World Cup
$3,999.99 $8,140.00 51% Off
Born in the forge of international World Cup competition, and proven by World Champions Gee and Rachel Atherton, GT's Fury World Cup is ready to go from our shop floor straight to the nearest podium. This aluminum downhill master proudly boasts 210mm of GT's race-proven Independent Drivetrain Suspension enhanced by a tunable, Kashima-coated Fox DHX RC4 coil shock. The front end is just as controlled thanks to a Fox 40 RC2 punishing the terrain with 203mm of Kashima-enhanced stroke. Nothing less than Shimano Saint graces the Fury, with pro-proven cranks, hubs and gearing, along with their legendarily powerful brakes. Stan's NoTubes rims with fat, grippy Continental Der Kaiser tires handle any chunder or obstacle that is dumb enough to be in your way. And, the PRO Atherton kit includes 800mm-wide bars, lock-on grips, post, and titanium-rail saddle. Go big, go fast, and be a gracious winner.
Santa Cruz V10 Carbon CC S
At the 2017 World Cup season opener in Lourdes, Loris Vergier, Luca Shaw, and Greg Minnaar qualified 1, 3, and 6 aboard the ‘controversy machine’—a V10 with a new swingarm rolling on 29-inch wheels. The clouds broke open before the top qualifiers, soaking the track, and the question of technological supremacy would have to wait…for five weeks, when Greg Minnaar climbed to the top step at Ft. William for the seventh time. Over the next winter, using what we learned during the 2017 race season, we set about designing an entirely new V10—longer reach, better shock rate, and better frame and cable protection. All three frame sizes (and Reserve carbon DH wheels) were designed and manufactured in time for a week of testing before the Ft. William World Cup in 2018. Greg crashed in those sessions, breaking his arm, and effectively ending his season. A few days later, Luca qualified first and Loris third on the new bike. Loris put down a scorcher in the finals that only fellow Frenchman Amaury Pierron could top, but Luca flatted high on course and had to cruise down. The new school had arrived, and they had new wheels. Testing continued throughout the 2018 season, usually in the form of link sets designed to tweak the shock rate or make minor alterations in geometry. We had the big variables figured out, but fine-tuning the suspension under the Syndicate during World Cup season guaranteed regular, high-level feedback and lots of high-stakes puzzling. The result is perhaps the most refined suspension performance available outside of a World Cup pit. That brings us to now—kind of. Pairing 29-inch wheels with 215mm of travel makes a juggernaut of a race bike, but racing isn’t everything. Depending on the type of trails or riding style you’re into, breaking out the biggest artillery might not be ideal. Rider height also looms large when deciding which wheel size is optimal and a lot of people may opt for smaller wheels. So we decided to make a 27.5 V10, too. No compromises, no gimmicks, no shortcuts—it was designed in parallel to the 29er V10 as an original suspension platform and chassis. The 27.5 bike comes in Small, Medium, and Large, while the 29 comes in Medium, Large, and XL. Make your choice according to your size or riding style, and you’ll be the recipient of every bit of work and puzzling that’s gone into the Syndicate’s race bikes. The most successful bike in downhill history shows no signs of slowing down. - Carbon CC frame - FOX 40 Performance Elite, 203mm fork - FOX DHX2 Performance Elite Coil rear shock - Race Face ARC HD 30 rims with DT 350 hubs - Maxxis Assegai tires - 7-speed SRAM GX DH-specific drivetrain
GT Fury Expert
$2,299.99 - $3,060.00 $4,340.00 Up to 47% Off
With GT's Fury Expert, pinned downhill runs and stomped freeride lines are the norm. This aluminum rig dismantles everything in its path with GT's dialed Independent Drivetrain rear suspension. Up front, there's 200mm of suspension from a RockShox Boxxer fork and out back 210mm from a Fox Van RC coil shock to see you through the biggest hits and steepest tracks. The rest of the build is just as good. Highlights include 27.5-inch Jalco hoops wrapped in incredibly grippy Continental tires, powerful Shimano Zee brakes, Race Face cranks, as well as quick-shifting Shimano Zee 10-speed rear derailleur and shifter. Add an 800mm-wide bar, direct-mount stem, and WTB saddle, and let fast become your new norm.
Santa Cruz V10 C
$5,699.00
When you're building a race bike, why not work with some of the best racers out there? Santa Cruz worked with the Santa Cruz Syndicate to wring the full potential out of the V10. Did it work? We'll let the World Cup title and World Champs medal speak for themselves. The V10 C puts all that tuning into a frame crafted with a sightly less expensive C-level carbon. It's got all the stiffness, durability and strength as the World Cup trouncing CC-carbon frame, with just a 280 gram weigh increase. Not too shabby. Drawing from feedback from Steve Peat, Greg Minnaar and Josh Bryceland, the V10 features 216mm of travel with two adjustable geometry positions. The shock rate has been tuned for consistent damping when you're blasting through the rocks at Ft. William or your local track, and the carbon layup has been optimized to withstand Ratboy's tendency to launch to flat. Everything rolls on 27.5 wheels for the ultimate balance in speed, handling, and course-dominating awesomeness. The V10 C brings World Cup performance to the privateer.
Santa Cruz V10 Carbon CC X01
The Santa Cruz V10 is the winningest bike in downhill World Cup history. Born from racing, and more than adept at the bike park, the V10's lower-link-driven, VPP suspension sports 216mm of VPP travel — yet it pedals out of corners and down long motorway sections much more efficiently than you'd ever expect. The sixth generation V10 features a flip chip to adjust the geometry to give you a low and slack, and a lower and slacker setting: - High: 64° headtube angle / 360mm bottom bracket height - Low: 63.5° headtube angle / 353mm bottom bracket height The shock rate has been tuned to be more linear and deliver consistent damping throughout the travel. Carbon lay-up analysis and frame shape optimization allowed for more efficient use of material, and the savings were then reinvested into other areas to ensure the bike withstands huge, flat landings. The V10 Carbon CC X01 comes with a variety of top-tier options to suit your riding style. Choose between a RockShox Vivid Air or Fox DHX2 Factory SLS shocks — both are paired to a Fox 40 Float RC2 fork for trail-dominating traction across the globe. You also get your choice between E13's LG1+ or Enve carbon rims, which are laced to I9 hubs for the best in rolling speed and engagement. SRAM Code RSC brakes give you loads of stopping power thanks to large 203mm front and 200mm rear rotors, and a Santa Cruz direct mount stem and wide SCB AM Carbon bar provide stiff leverage for navigating the roughest DH tracks.
Specialized Demo 8 I Alloy
When sending it full gas down the run, you want confidence that your bike will perform as it should, and no material has earned its keep on the downhill circuit like our M5 aluminum. The reasons for this are stacking, but primarily, it can all be summed up by stiffness, light overall weight, and strength. That's why you'll find that our Demo 8 I Alloy was constructed from it in order to make your next shred-sesh that much more fun. It's more than a one-trick-pony, though, as it also features a 1.5-inch forged head tube to enhance most of these qualities. As for the ride, the Demo 8 pairs our S3 Geometry with an asymmetric frame design that ensures plenty of access, a roomy top tube for added control, ultra-short, nimble chainstays, a low bottom bracket that keeps you feeling planted, and a slack front end that provides the utmost in responsive handling at speed. For suspension, this Demo features 200mm up front via a RockShox BoXXer RC 27.5 and 200mm of travel at the rear controlled by a custom-tuned FOX VAN RC. Together, the combo ensures that you'll be able to rocket over any terrain with confidence. And when you add in a build kit consisting of SRAM's powerful Guide RS brakes, a durable one-by SRAM drivetrain, and our legendary Butcher & Slaughter DH tires, you get a bike that wants nothing more than to be pushed harder and faster. - M5 alloy construction works in tandem with our S3 Geometry, an asymmetric frame design, and a 1.5” forged head tube to create the ultimate race machine. The design is relatively compact in order increase maneuverability and responsiveness, while the 200mm of travel at the rear makes the bike capable of taking on the biggest of hits in stride. And to fill out all of the details that make the difference on race day, we’ve included an ISCG ‘05 mount for chain guides and a rear derailleur protector to keep you shifting smoothly through rock gardens and unexpected strikes. - RockShox BoXXer RC 27.5 fork is purposefully designed for the most demanding terrain on earth. With 200mm of travel, Motion Control IS damping for maximum efficiency, and Power Buldge reinforced lower legs that allow oversized bushings for incredible stiffness, it'll leave you with nothing but confidence. - The clutched SRAM GX rear derailleur all but eliminates dropped chains, so you're able to rail through rock gardens while still being able to sprint out of them.
GT Fury Elite
$1,799.99 $3,250.00 45% Off
GT's Fury Elite is a dose of metal courage that's ready for your next assault on the mountain. RockShox handles the suspension up front with a 200mm Domain dual-crown while a Fox Van R coil-over delivers 210mm in the back. The aluminum Fury has slack, dialed geometry and GT's pro-proven Independent Drivetrain suspension tailor-made for big hits, slashing berms, and blurring speeds. Your landing gear consists of tough Jalco wheels with fat Continental tires, while your speed is controlled by Shimano hydraulics with 203mm rotors. A SRAM 1x9 X5 setup gives you all the gears you need, and you've got an 800mm-wide bar and direct-mount stem to pilot you down the course.
Santa Cruz V10 Carbon C S
The Santa Cruz V10 is the winningest bike in downhill World Cup history. Born from racing, and more than adept at the bike park, the V10's lower-link-driven, VPP suspension sports 216mm of VPP travel — yet it pedals out of corners and down long motorway sections much more efficiently than you'd ever expect. The sixth generation V10 features a flip chip to adjust the geometry to give you a low and slack and a lower and slacker setting: - High: 64° headtube angle / 360mm bottom bracket height - Low: 63.5° headtube angle / 353mm bottom bracket height The shock rate has been tuned to be more linear and deliver consistent damping throughout the travel. Carbon lay-up analysis and frame shape optimization allowed for more efficient use of material, and the savings were then reinvested into other areas to ensure the bike withstands huge, flat landings. The V10 Carbon C S comes with a set of dependable components built for the rigors of DH racing. A Fox 40 Performance Elite fork and DHX2 Performance Elite shock keep you glued to the trail, while the E13 LG1+ rims wrapped in 2.4-inch Maxxis High Roller 2 rubber ensure superior control at speed. SRAM Code R four-piston brakes paired to 203mm front and 200mm rear rotors won't let you down when you need them, and a Santa Cruz direct mount stem and wide Race Face Atlas bar provide stiff leverage for navigating the roughest DH tracks.
Specialized Demo 8 I Carbon
Downhill racing is a whole different beast—with insane rock gardens, gnarly ruts and roots, crazy drops, and often uncontrollable speeds, you need to have as much confidence in your bike as you do in yourself. And the Demo 8 I Carbon gives you the confidence you need to get down the run as quickly as possible. When it comes to the stiffness, light weight, and strength required for downhill, you just can't beat a carbon fiber frame construction. That's while you'll find some of our best carbon fiber, FACT 10m, was used to create the acclaimed Demo 8 I Carbon. It's also been built off of our S3 27.5 geometry, ensuring a roomy top tube for added control, ultra-short, nimble chainstays, a low bottom bracket that keeps you feeling planted, and a slack front end that provides the utmost in responsive handling at speed. For suspension, this Demo features 200mm up front via a RockShox BoXXer RC 27.5 and 200mm of travel at the rear controlled by our revolutionary Öhlins rear shock. Together, the combo ensures that you'll be able to rocket over any terrain with confidence. And when you add in a build kit consisting of SRAM's powerful Guide R brakes, a durable one-by SRAM drivetrain, and our legendary Butcher & Slaughter DH tires, you start get the picture of why our Demo 8s have won so many races. - The frame features a full FACT 10m carbon fiber construction for low weight and heightened levels of strength and stiffness, which is amplified by its asymmetrical frame design that still leaves plenty of access. This has also been paired with our proven S3 Geometry that increases maneuverability and responsiveness, while the 200mm of travel at the rear makes the bike capable of taking on the biggest of hits in stride. - RockShox BoXXer RC 27.5 fork is purposefully designed for the most demanding terrain on earth. With 200mm of travel, Motion Control IS damping for maximum efficiency, and Power Buldge reinforced lower legs that allow oversized bushings for incredible stiffness, it'll leave you with nothing but confidence. - The clutched SRAM GX rear derailleur all but eliminates dropped chains, so you're able to rail through rock gardens while still being able to sprint out of them.
Specialized Demo Race 29
$6,500.00
The new Demo 29 comes roaring out of the gates with multiple World Cup wins already under its belt. New chassis, new suspension kinematics, new geometry, and, yeah, new wheel size. We’ve hung the Race model with the best gravity kit available. Full gas. Full fast. SMOOTH AND CONTROLLED The new Demo 29 is blazing fast on tough tracks thanks to an axle path that reduces rear wheel hang up. And during moments when you do need to grab the brakes, the Demo 29 stays planted—with plenty of traction—we’ve added just the right amount of anti-rise to the mix. FAST ON THE GAS When every second counts, every pedal stroke counts. The Demo 29’s new design allows for just the right amount of anti-squat. Or to put a finer point on it, you crank on the pedals and the Demo 29 rips forward instead of bobbing around uncontrollably and slowing you down. - M5 alloy construction works in harmony with our Style-Specific DH Geometry to create the ultimate race machine. The design is compact in order to increase maneuverability and responsiveness, while the 200mm of travel at the rear makes the bike capable of taking big hits in stride. And to fill out all of the details that make the difference on race day, we’ve included an ISCG ‘05 mount for chain guides and all the bits to make it easy to work on. - Custom Ohlins TTX Trunnion rear shock delivers unparalleled DH performance. It offers high-/low-speed compression adjust that stands independent of the rebound adjust, enabling you to fine-tune the shock for the track at hand. It has 200mm of coil-sprung travel that stands without rival, and you won't find it anywhere else. - The Ohlins DH 29 fork features a Twin-Tube design, an air spring with an adjustable third chamber, adjustable high-/low-speed compression and rebound, and 200mm of trail-taming travel.
Specialized Demo Expert 29
$5,000.00
If you don't know the Demo, it's time you get acquainted. Think of it as a two-wheeled, dirt-eating Mario Andretti—it just wants to go fast. And this year, the Demo Expert 29 adds a new limb to the Demo family tree with an entirely new design that makes railing corners and casting flotation spells over rock gardens easier than ever. It has a ground-up new frame, improved kinematics, better suspension under braking, bigger wheels, and all the newest fancy bits that make this the fastest Demo we've ever made. Yeah, we say that every time, but the race clock doesn’t lie. For the Demo Expert spec, we've hit the perfect balance of durability, light weight, and reliability. You're going to find a SRAM GX drivetrain, powerful SRAM Code R 4-piston brakes, a RockShox Super Deluxe RC World Cup rear shock, a BoXXer RC 29 fork, and our Butcher tires with an all-new BLCK DMND casing that rolls fast and is ready for a ton of abuse. - M5 alloy construction works in harmony with our Style-Specific DH Geometry to create the ultimate race machine. The design is compact in order to increase maneuverability and responsiveness, while the 200mm of travel at the rear makes the bike capable of taking big hits in stride. And to fill out all of the details that make the difference on race day, we’ve included an ISCG ‘05 mount for chain guides and all the bits to make it easy to work on. - The RockShox Super Deluxe RC World Cup rear shock features a low-speed compression adjustment, external rebound adjustment, and a Trunnion mount that makes for a smaller shock envelope and increased durability. - RockShox BoXXer RC 29 fork is nothing short of legendary. With 200mm of travel, a DebonAir spring for maximum efficiency, and adjustable low-speed compression, it's easy to see why it's such a fan favorite for gravity fiends.
Santa Cruz V10 Carbon CC DH X01
At the 2017 World Cup season opener in Lourdes, Loris Vergier, Luca Shaw, and Greg Minnaar qualified 1, 3, and 6 aboard the ‘controversy machine’—a V10 with a new swingarm rolling on 29-inch wheels. The clouds broke open before the top qualifiers, soaking the track, and the question of technological supremacy would have to wait…for five weeks, when Greg Minnaar climbed to the top step at Ft. William for the seventh time. Over the next winter, using what we learned during the 2017 race season, we set about designing an entirely new V10—longer reach, better shock rate, and better frame and cable protection. All three frame sizes (and Reserve carbon DH wheels) were designed and manufactured in time for a week of testing before the Ft. William World Cup in 2018. Greg crashed in those sessions, breaking his arm, and effectively ending his season. A few days later, Luca qualified first and Loris third on the new bike. Loris put down a scorcher in the finals that only fellow Frenchman Amaury Pierron could top, but Luca flatted high on course and had to cruise down. The new school had arrived, and they had new wheels. Testing continued throughout the 2018 season, usually in the form of link sets designed to tweak the shock rate or make minor alterations in geometry. We had the big variables figured out, but fine-tuning the suspension under the Syndicate during World Cup season guaranteed regular, high-level feedback and lots of high-stakes puzzling. The result is perhaps the most refined suspension performance available outside of a World Cup pit. That brings us to now—kind of. Pairing 29-inch wheels with 215mm of travel makes a juggernaut of a race bike, but racing isn’t everything. Depending on the type of trails or riding style you’re into, breaking out the biggest artillery might not be ideal. Rider height also looms large when deciding which wheel size is optimal and a lot of people may opt for smaller wheels. So we decided to make a 27.5 V10, too. No compromises, no gimmicks, no shortcuts—it was designed in parallel to the 29er V10 as an original suspension platform and chassis. The 27.5 bike comes in Small, Medium, and Large, while the 29 comes in Medium, Large, and XL. Make your choice according to your size or riding style, and you’ll be the recipient of every bit of work and puzzling that’s gone into the Syndicate’s race bikes. The most successful bike in downhill history shows no signs of slowing down.
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