Size: medium
Color: matte black/green
Weight: 27.3 pounds (pedals, tubes)

Head angle: 68 degrees
Seat tube angle: 72.5 degrees
Wheels: 26 inch

Full geo at Santa Cruz Bikes archive:

The bike is well loved, well used, and greatly cared for. I am the second owner and paid $4500 on Pink Bike (see pics for original posting).

The frame has nicks and scratches from normal use but no dings or dents.

The original upper/lower linkage and bearings were replaced in 2015. The original linkage is included for reference.

The X Fusion fork, shock, and dropper were serviced by X Fusion in 2015 (see pics for receipt).

In 2016, I replaced the original carbon Haven wheels with my own hand-built wheels with Halo rims and Hadley hubs/thru-axle. The Hadley hubs are completely serviceable, and these wheels are much better than the original carbon Havens. The thru-axle replaced the standard quick release and makes for an incredible difference in stiffness and performance.

This bike is the late 2012 model with 135mm rear spacing. Early 2013 models have 142mm rear spacing.

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Maintenance (receipts included):
- Upper and lower links replaced.
- Upper and lower linkage bearings replaced.
- Hilo dropper, Velvet fork, and shock serviced by X Fusion.
- e13 bottom bracket replaced.
- Cane Creek 40 headset replaced.
- Derailleur hanger replaced.

- original upper/lower links
- Santa Cruz bearing removal tool
- Santa Cruz grease gun
- 1 set of Formula brake pads
- e13 botton bracket removal tool


Fork: X Fusion Velvet 130mm RL2R (3 position: road, trail, downhill)
Shock: X Fusion 02 RCX (3 position: road, trail, downhill)

Bar: Easton EC70 Flat Wide Carbon Bar
Brakes: Formula R1 Racing (6")
Headset: Cane Creek 40
Stem: Easton Havoc
Cranks: E-Thirteen
Seat Dropper: X Fusion Hilo (remote on bar)

Bottom bracket: E-Thirteen threaded
Cassette: Shimano 10 speed
Shifter: Shimano XTR
Chain: SRAM PC 1031
Chain Guide: MRP G4
Derailleur: SRAM X-9 short cage

Saddle: WTB Silverado
Pedals: AMP flats
Grips: ODI Ruffian

Wheels (hand built):
- Rims: Halo Freedom Disc
- Hubs: Hadley
- Spokes: DT Swiss
- Axle:
Syntace (front)
Hadley Thru-axle (rear)

Continental Mountain King 2.4 (front)
Continental Trail King 2.4 (rear)


"the TRc is probably better suited for downhillers looking for something
pedalable but no less fun than their big rigs"

"there is nothing else in existence that is anywhere near as aggressive,
and when you start to smash turn after turn you begin to realise why we
love the bike so much, as does anyone who has ever ridden one"