Santa Cruz Hightower LT
Runko: Hiilikuitua, C-malli (Koot: S, M, L, XL ja XXL)
Keula: RockShox Revalation RC
Takaiskari: FOX Float Performance DPS
Takavaihtaja: SRAM NX Eagle
Vaihdevipu: SRAM NX Eagle
Kampisarja: SRAM NX Eagle 148 DUB, 30t – 170mm (XS-S), 175mm (M-XL)
Takapakka: SRAM PG1230 11-50t
Ketjut: SRAM NX Eagle
Jaruut: SRAM Guide T
Jarrulevyt: Avid Centerline, 200mm Front, 180mm Rear
Ohjainlaakeri:Cane Creek 10 IS Integrated Headset
Tanko: Race Face Aeffect R
Kannatin: Race Face Ride Stem
Tupit: Santa Cruz Palmdale Grips
Etunapa: SRAM MTH 716, 15×110, Torque Cap, 32h
Takanapa: SRAM MTH 746, 12×148, 32h
VAnteet: WTB ST i29 TCS 2.0 29” Rims
Pinnat: DT Competition (32)
Eturengas: Maxxis Minion DHR2, 29“×2.4”, 3C Silkshield
Takarengas: Maxxis Minion DHR2, 29“×2.4”, 3C Silkshield
Satulatolppa: Race Face Aeffect, 31.6
Satula: WTB Silverado Race Saddle
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Built for big days in big terrain.
Hightower LT is designed for maximum speed in the biggest mountains. It’s truly race-bred, its design the result of the demands of racing at the EWS, Crankworx, and Andes Pacifico.
Midway through 2016, Mark Scott came to us with a request to eke more travel out of the bike. The stock 135mm wasn’t quite enough to maintain his speed on some of the rougher tracks. Our engineering team designed a new set of links that pushed travel to 146mm at the expense of some compatibility, but because Mark’s setup was a known variable, we could be very precise. We machined two sets on site, gave one to Mark, and the other to Iago Garay, a racer much more likely to take the fun line than tuck for speed.
The links went through a few iterations to find a balance of spring rate, travel, and shock compatibility. Toward the end of 2016, it became apparent that the best way to get the performance and travel required was to design a new swingarm to pair with the links, like we did with the V10. At this point the bike got a name—Hightower LT—and we pushed the travel to a full 150mm.
Starting from the Enduro World Series in Wicklow, the Santa Cruz | SRAM team have been racing on Wicklow Green production bikes—savvy internet commenters noticed the post-mount rear brake straightaway, and it’s also been seen under the elusive Ratboy at Peaty’s Steel City DH, Crankworx, and Megavalanche.