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Santa Cruz V10 Rolls 650b for Mont Saint Anne

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Those with a close eye to the downhill scene may have noticed Ratboy Bryceland on board a mysterious unmarked Santa Cruz DH bike two weekends ago at the UK National Chamiponships in Innerleithen. Many were quick to jump to the conclusion that the mighty Santa Cruz was about to jump on the 650b train for their downhill bikes, joining a few other big brands going to the bigger wheels. Today, after the latest teaser from Santa Cruz we’d have to say that the 650b V10 will soon be a reality. In fact, it seems that the Syndicate will be racing them this weekend at the Mont Saint Anne World Cup stop. Details are still scarce, but check out the photos after the break…

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This Syndicate model is still pictured with the Chris King Buzz Works Offset Headset.

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Spot anything out of the ordinary on the new bike?

 

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satisFACTORYrider
satisFACTORYrider
8 years ago

streakin miami bryce 650 vs gwinny new demo 650. should be a great race!

Loki
Loki
8 years ago

Er, they’re calling it the 650B, ‘cos all their other models get the 27.5 label …?

Padrote
Padrote
8 years ago

eh, I don’t think they’re calling it anything other than a new V10 for the moment.

Loki
Loki
8 years ago

Apologies, the snide comment had more to do with journalism than Fox coil -over shocks. Sarcastic comment withdrawn.

satisFACTORYrider
satisFACTORYrider
8 years ago

out of the ordinary king hs?

Derek
Derek
8 years ago
kc
kc
8 years ago

1 by?

Chris W
Chris W
8 years ago

It looks like xtr di2 DH…..

James
James
8 years ago

The right brake is going to the front, the left to the rear.

ayyggss
ayyggss
8 years ago

it looks like they used a different chip to determine the travel. before it was 8.5in one setting 10in in when you flipped the chip . now the rear shock mount is in the center . making what i would assume is 9ish inches of travel . so its no longer a v10 but now a v9ish

Tim
Tim
8 years ago

What’s hiding behind that steerer tube plug?!

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