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    Santa Cruz V10 Carbon 2013


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    I've just posted same info in other thread
    It's similarly sexy as Antidote full carbon But cheaper
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    wow! two diferent versions for 2013?

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    Couple that with the new Fox 40 that's, what - a pound lighter and were talking a 3lb lighter bike without giving up ANYTHING.
    "It looks flexy"

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    Quote Originally Posted by gticlay View Post
    without giving up ANYTHING.
    You would be giving up a whole lot of $$ for that.

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    Lots of pix and availability and pricing info right here on Mtbr!

    Santa Cruz Launches New Carbon DH Bike the V10c | Mountain Bike Review

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    wow with shock 8 pounds...that is insane...easily bikes are weighing 35 pounds...
    the trick is ENJOYING YOUR LIFE EACH DAY, don't waste them away wishing for better days

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    the really great thing is that beta V10c customers will be able to upgrade to the carbon rear end...you know...for being early adopters.

    "No, we totally meant to build the rear end with aluminum...because, um, rocks."

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    they stated at a few years ago that they were doing the alum rear end because they could not make one out of carbon at that point which would be the same strength and be significantly lighter.

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    yeah,the really great thing is that beta V10c customers will be able to upgrade to the carbon rear end...you know...for being early adopters

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    Wow, she's a beaut!!!

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