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Santa Cruz Announces Carbon V10 Pricing, New Colors for Blur

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The Santa Cruz Carbon V10 downhill mountain bike is vaporware no more, as you probably know if you care about such long legged hints, and now they’ve got some pricing to share.

As with the rest of their bikes, the V10 will be available as a frame only deal (including a RockShox Vivid R2C shock and Cane Creek Angleset headset, for a US MSRP of $2999) that can be built with a choice of forks, shocks and kits. It will also be offered in a swank, very limited, Syndicate Replica package (simular to the one shown above).

They’ve also got some shiny new colors available for their Blur models, all yours for the viewing after the break…

The Syndicate Replica will only be available in one color, and sold only as a complete bike. It is exactly the same as the bikes the Syndicate were racing on this year, with the exception of the wheels. Since the Edge wheels the Syndicate were racing on are still in development and not available yet to the public, they are offering the bike with DT wheels. There will only be 100 of these bikes made, and they will sell for $7799 US MSRP.

The Blur Carbon gets new color options in the form of a matte carbon/silver…

…glossy red…

…and matte carbon/blue.

The Blur LTc models gets three new colors, too, including matte carbon/silver…

…glossy white…

…and glossy green.

Not to be out-purtied by the new carbon paintjobs, their aluminum powdercoated bikes get a couple new choices as well as an entirely new finish process. They are now available in the following colors – white, black, red, green, seabright blue, chocolate, and on some models, bare. Bare is straight aluminum with a clear coat over top of it. All of these powdercoat colors are now being finished with clear coat laid on top of the decals. This makes the colors brighter, more glossy, and adds a layer of protection to the overall finish, ensuring your bike will remain looking sharp a lot longer.

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13 years ago

My Carbon Blur is at the Bike Hospital for a fracture. Love the glossy but matte looks nice too, and red is the fastest.

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