Barney has been making some changes to his Santa Cruz Hightower test bike. Were they changes for the better? Here’s his final longterm review.
The Santa Cruz Hightower introduces 27.5+ compatibility into the long-travel 29er full suspension platform. And Barney digs it a lot.
In the first of his Long Termer reviews, Barney takes the Hightower through some Northern glop
Superlight super bike with all the bells and whistles (and price tag to match)
Descent mapping, skill enhancing: here are our thoughts on the Santa Cruz enduro trail slaya
Dave has spent six months aboard his carbon big wheeler – it may be called a ‘race weapon’ but what’s it like every day?
So here’s the getting to know you bit about my new longtermer, a Santa Cruz Highball. Due to holidays, mag trips and deadlines I didn’t get time to write up the plans for this one earlier so here we go. First off it’s fair to say that due to experiences with early 29’ers I didn’t […]
Totting up here at Singletrack we reckon this is the fourth incarnation of the Santa Cruz Chamelon. Unlike its users, the Chameleon hasn’t changed a great deal over the years. The ‘Cham’, along with the GT Zaskar and, to a lesser degree, the Cannondale Beast of the East, were the first bikes morphed into the quintessential ‘UK hardtail’
This bike ticks all the boxes to qualify for a place in Singletrack’s “Bike Pron” feature: Would it draw a crowd if it were leant up against the food tent at Mountain Mayhem? Is it a bike that we’d all like to ride, even if we wouldn’t want to own it? Is there a good story behind it? So that’s a resounding ‘yes’ to all of those.