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Santa Cruz Bicycles Tallboy Carbon R XC Complete Bike $0.00
Plan on stacking up miles this season? Hop aboard the 2011 Santa Cruz Tallboy Carbon R XC Complete Bike. The big, stable wheels, matched to a stiff, strong, and efficient chassis—complete with the esteemed VPP suspension design and a choice component package—will keep you rolling over hills and slicing through the woods.
- One-piece carbon front and rear triangles offer exceptional stiffness and durability, at an unbelievably low weight
- Grease ports and included grease gun provide easy bearing service for long term durability
- Smooth-shifting 10-speed drivetrain with a 36-tooth granny gear provides the perfect gear ratio and ideal pedal cadence for any trail situation
- Rock Shox Rebal RL 29 fork with a lockout for precise suspension control and pedaling efficiency
- Hand-laced wheelset with sturdy Mavic TN719 rims, DT Swiss spokes, and a highly reliable Shimano M756 rear hub provides performance and backcountry security
- Powerful Avid Elixir 5 hydraulic disc brakes keep speed under control
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Are hydraulic suspention in Santa Cruz...
Are hydraulic suspention in Santa Cruz tallboy bicycles?
Suspensions offered, at this time, on Santa Cruz Tallboys use oil, springs and gas (nitrogen and/or air to work). They are not fully hydraulic as some bicycle brake systems are. Suspension design is complex. Not to push you off, but to get more knowledge, go onto Wikipedia and search for bicycle suspension. That's a good start. If you buy a bike that has full suspension like the Tallboy, you will need to know how your suspension works in order get the most out of it and to perform basic adjustments and maintenance.
Just a Heads up
Hey Guys, Perry here from HuckNRoll. Just a heads up. The R XC Build comes with a Reba RL 29 100 Taper, not the Fox listed. We are in the process of changing the description, but follow the images you see and what you see on Santa Cruz's website. Thanks!