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Santa Cruz Tallboy Carbon Medium 22.55lbs

$2800 USD
Santa Cruz Tallboy Carbon XC 29er full suspension mountain bike for sale. Medium frame in excellent condition. 22.55lbs -Full Carbon fiber SC Tallboy VPP frame -Fox Float 29 FIT RLC 120mm air fork with compression, rebound and lockout settings -PUSHed Fox Float RP23 Boostvalve rear air shock with rebound and 3 position ProPedal -Shimano XTR rear derailleur -Shimano XTR shifter -SRAM XO Carbon Cranks -28T Wolf Tooth wide/narrow Chainring. -SRAM XX 10 speed cassette (11-36T) -Formula R1 hydraulic disc brakes -Chris King headset -Easton Haven Carbon wheel-set -Thompson Masterpiece seatpost -Easton Haven Carbon handlebar 720mm -Easton EC90SL Carbon 80mm stem -WTB Rocket V saddle Titanium rails -Sram GXP BB -Lizzard Skins lock on grips -15mm front through axle -Schwalbe 2.4 Racing Ralph Front Tire -Schwalbe 2.25 Racing Ralph Rear Tire Asking $2900 I also own 3 ring spider 22-33-44 for the XO cranks, which can be installed instead of the 28T WT ring. I have also Talas damper for the fork. The Float cartridge can be swapped for the adjustable Talas, which will give you option 95-120mm.

jazzanova pinkbikeaudience's article
Nov 25, 2014 at 11:52
Nov 25, 2014
Video: Skills to Pay the Bills
Does anyone know how tall he is? Is he on a Large HD3?
jazzanova mikelevy's article
Jul 26, 2013 at 8:39
Jul 26, 2013
Pinkbike Poll: The Demise of 26'' Wheels - Unnecessary Extinction or Natural Evolution?
You stop with this silly argument right now. It is all conspiracy. You make no sense with your non factual statements. I just want to ride my 26er till I die. There isn't any difference between 26 and 650b. Stupid people on their 650b bikes don't know anything, it was forced on them by the greedy industry. I don't have to try them, owner of my LBS measured the wheels and there is only like an inch difference. And do not even try to tell me I should at least ride them before I express myself, because I don't have to, I just need to see some pictures of them and I know right away... I tried to ridicule it before as a fad, but unfortunately it looks like it is going to stay so now I have to use this conspiracy argument. I hope I can still buy some 26 rubber in a year... This is like a bad dream. Ouch.
jazzanova cloverleaf's article
Apr 12, 2013 at 12:06
Apr 12, 2013
Pinkbike Product Picks
POC 2.0 just did not work for me. The stitching on the bottom is made of nylon like material. It rubs my underneath my knees to the point I stopped using them. It did not go away after 3 rides, so I just gave up on them. They look nice and offer good protection and lot of people like them, but I also read similar comments to mine. So definitely try them before you buy!
jazzanova faultlinetv's article
Feb 19, 2013 at 11:47
Feb 19, 2013
Video: Winter With Intense/OGC
He needs a 29er :)
jazzanova RichardCunningham's article
Jan 21, 2013 at 13:40
Jan 21, 2013
Intense Tracer 275 Review
Well, Intense thinks the 26" wheel is dead. They said that in an interview couple of months ago... So don't worry, we will have only 2 standards left pretty soon :)
jazzanova mattwragg's article
Jan 15, 2013 at 11:58
Jan 15, 2013
Opinion: 26 vs 27.5 vs 29-inch Wheels
I just read that Intense and Enve both believe 26er is dead... Enve don't even bring their 26er wheels to the shows anymore.
Jun 7, 2012 at 22:52
Jun 7, 2012
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