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Santa Cruz Bicycles Blur Carbon CC X01 Eagle Complete Mountain Bike


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For some, the exhilaration of mountain biking comes from top speeds, pointing slacked out machines straight downhill, and ripping through rock gardens — but you're a bit more refined. You see working up long climbs, weaving through aspens, and taking technical lines that require careful consideration and planning as a challenge to tackle, and the idea of lift laps seems like a waste of perfectly good ascents. You'd rather opt for a shorter travel steed that's capable of charging to the podium at your local XC weekend races, like the Santa Cruz Blur Carbon CC X01 Eagle Complete Mountain Bike. Offering steeper angles, and aggressive race-ready geometry, the new Blur shows us that it hasn't forgotten its speedy roots, and is hungry to take on rolling singletrack with a powerful force, and float up climbs like the featherweight ride it is.

We may have a tendency to hesitate when we hear the words "rugged" and "cross-country race rocket" used in the same sentence, but with a one-piece carbon VPP rear triangle we can't help but spot the similarities between the Blur and Santa Cruz's burly DH rigs. Its twin upright architecture gives cues to inspiration from the Nomad and V10, promising a ride that's uncompromising and stiff, but without the bulk to follow. Keeping a good thing going, Santa Cruz carefully constructs a one-piece carbon front triangle to pack in lateral stiffness that provides tracking confidence through blown out, washboard switchbacks and root-latticed climbs. The VPP suspension in the new Blur is much like the VPP you'll find in other modern Santa Cruz bikes, which undoubtedly an upgrade from the previous generation, with smoother ramping mid-stroke to prevent a bottomed out feel as you soak into the suspension, and with the smooth FOX Float Factory shock you'll find that the short 100-millimeters of travel feel so much deeper.

Santa Cruz may have taken a bit of a divergence from the XC scene in the past few years, with the Tallboy being the closest to a cross-country offering in recent time, and geometry stretching to slacker angles year over year, so we're more than excited to not only see the Blur rejoin the lineup, but with geometry that takes a U-turn from the trends, and reverts to true race-ready steep angles. Even steeper than the previous generation, the new Blur features a 69-degree headtube angle, and 74-degree seat tube, perching you on top and in control of your steed while you barrel through miles of singletrack. The wheelbase is stretched slightly, with some help from a slightly stretched chainstay — another unusual stray from trends, but we'll get into that later. This longer wheelbase lends itself to confidence through rough terrain, enabling you to pick the gnarlier line, shaving seconds off of your time as you push towards the podium. The rear end is updated with Boost spacing, stretching things out and stiffening things up, and while we usually see this pairing with tucked-in wheels and extra-stubby chainstays, the chainstays on the Blur move out just under a quarter of an inch to 17-inches, so you can still comfortably get behind the saddle when you need to, without feeling like you're going to go over backwards.

The Blur is built using Santa Cruz's top tier CC carbon fiber construction. By using some of the finest, and strongest, raw materials available, Santa Cruz is able to make its CC level frames extremely lightweight, while maintaining outstanding impact resistance, exceptional stiffness, and just the right amount of finely tuned flex to cancel out trail chatter. Of course, balancing these factors requires true mastery of carbon fiber, and the design team at Santa Cruz has proven time and time again that their command of carbon fiber construction is unsurpassed in the bike industry. The result is a frame that will hold up to years of hard riding, will provide a comfortable ride, and will do so at a very competitive weight.

This build comes with a medley of cherry-picked components to ensure you push ahead with the best ride quality possible. It begins with a worthy suspension package from Fox: a Float Performance DPS air shock and Step-Cast 32 Performance fork, each paired with remotes for quick adjustments on the fly, without obnoxious levers and bolts to twist. This setup offers a supple and buttery-smooth stroke, and easy tuning of their 100-millimeters of travel that gives just the right amount of cushion to the trails harsh blows. SRAM's reliable and snappy X01 Eagle groupset dials you in with a gear for every pitch you pedal into, so you can crush to the top of quad-scorching climbs without bail outs, and turn around to hammer down descents at warp speed, and Level TLM brakes keep you under control with a slimmed down build as you cook it a little too quickly into corners.

  • A bike built to charge forward for XC domination
  • The Blur zips into the modern era with updated geometry
  • Steep angles keeps you perched with nimble control
  • Carbon CC frame sheds grams without sacrificing strength
  • 4-inches of efficient and lively VPP suspension
  • Find a gear for every climb with SRAM X01 Eagle drivetrain
  • FOX suspension equips you with remotes for on the fly adjustments

Tech Specs

Frame Material:
Carbon CC
Rear Shock:
FOX Float Performance DPS Remote
Rear Travel:
FOX 32 Performance Elite Step-Cast w/ Remote
Front Travel:
Cane Creek 40 IS Integrated Headset
SRAM X01 Eagle
Front Derailleur:
Rear Derailleur:
SRAM X01 Eagle
34t SRAM X1 Eagle Carbon DUB
Crank Arm Length:
[small] 170mm, [medium, large, x-large] 175mm
Bottom Bracket:
SRAM DUB BSA threaded
10 - 50t SRAM XG1295 Eagle
SRAM X01 Eagle 12 speed
Brake Type:
hydraulic disc
SRAM CLX Center Lock, 160mm
Santa Cruz Bicycles XC Flat Bar Carbon, 31.8mm clamp
Handlebar Width:
ESI Chunky
Syntace LiteForce
WTB Silverado Road NiCro
Syntace P6
DT Swiss XR 361 Asym 29
DT Swiss 350
Front Axle:
15 x 110mm Boost
Rear Axle:
12 x 148mm Boost
Maxxis Aspen TR
Tire Size:
29 x 2.25in
Recommended Use:
Manufacturer Warranty:
lifetime on frame



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Geometry Chart

Santa Cruz

Blur 3C
100mm Travel Fork

Seat Tube

Effective Top Tube



Stand Over

Head Tube

Head Tube Angle

Seat Tube Angle

Bottom Bracket Height

Bottom Bracket Drop


S 15.9in 22.6in 22.8in 16.5in 28.4in 3.5in 69° 74°   1.7in 17in 43.8in
M 16.9in 23.5in 23.2in 17.3in 28.4in 3.9in 69° 74°   1.7in 17in 44.7in
L 18.5in 24.4in 23.5in 18.1in 28.4in 4.3in 69° 74°   1.7in 17in 45.7in
XL 20.5in 25.8in 24.1in 19.3in 28.8in 4.9in 69° 74°   1.7in 17in 47.1in

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    This bike checks all the boxes for what a current gen XC bike should be. Its super nimble, climbs insanely easy, and is a way better descender than even some trail bikes from a few years ago. I thought the dual lockouts were kind of gimmicky, but i ended up using them a lot more than i thought whenever i wanted to stand up out of saddle and put more power down. This bike is billed as a pure XC machine, but i wouldnt hesitate to use this as an every day trail bike in certain terrain like Santa Cruz (duh), Park City, or in much of the midwest. I'd probably take the additional weight and add a dropper post as i can't really seem to ride without one anymore.

    Nice review. What dropper would you suggest for it?