What kind of bike is the Santa Cruz Nomad?
The Santa Cruz Nomad is a well-built, high-quality carbon mountain bike with 27.5” wheels and 170mm of travel in both the front and rear. The bike accelerates through corners and excels at descents. Testers were pleased to find the bike available with either a coil or air shock.
How much travel does a Santa Cruz Nomad have?
Wheel size: 27.5″ Front travel: 170mm. Rear travel: 170mm.
Is Santa Cruz Nomad a enduro bike?
“You want it, you get it.” True to this motto, for 2021 Santa Cruz have completely redesigned one of their most popular enduro bikes, the Nomad. The fifth rendition of the Nomad still rolls on 27.5″ wheels, has 170 mm front- and rear-ravel and relies on Santa Cruz’s popular lower-link suspension platform.
How much are Santa Cruz mountain bikes?
Complete bikes range from $2,899 to $10,499.
Where are Santa Cruz bikes made?
The frames Santa Cruz uses for their bikes are made in China and Taiwan. However, all bikes are assembled in Santa Cruz, California, USA and shipped out from the same location.
What is a nomad bike?
A nomad is a member of a motorcycle club (which may or may not be an outlaw motorcycle club) or similar club who is not a member of a specific charter of the group. A nomad’s territorial rocker, however, will simply say “Nomad” or “Nomads”.
What is Santa Cruz RSV?
Reserve Carbon Wheels Reserve was founded in 2014 by engineers from Santa Cruz Bicycles. Fully rigid off-road bikes demand a sophisticated carbon rim layup in order to retain control and comfort. Not only does strength, weight, and durability matter, but ride quality also.
What is an Enduro bike?
Enduro bikes are long-travel bikes designed for going as fast as possible downhill on the hardest trails around. Their geometry is built for speed on the descents, but also for pedalling back up hill to start the next race stage.