The Bronson is Santa Cruz’s first attempt at a 650b wheeled bike and it has gotten a lot of attention. Check out some detailed pictures and a video inside.
Steve Peat navigated his Bronson on the Sea Otter Classic dual slalom race to a 2nd place which is no small feat. Cedric Gracia raced the Sea Otter ‘downhill’ on his. The Bronson is the first 27.5/650b wheel’d Santa Cruz and it’s clearly a versatile bike.
– 27.5″ (650b) wheels
– 142 mm rear axle spacing.
– VPP suspension
– New molded rubber swingarm and downtube protectors.
– 2 x bottle cage mounts.
– Forged upper link.
– Forged aluminum lower link with angled grease ports: offset for chainguide clearance.
– Collet axle pivots: lock in place without pinch bolts.
– Angular contact bearings: all pivots.
– Direct mount rear derailleur hanger option: standard hanger comes as stock.
– Full carbon dropouts and disk mounts.
– Co-molded aluminum hardware on frame pivots: no bonding.
– Carbon ISCG-05 tabs.
– Routing for Reverb Stealth.
– 73mm threaded BB: creak-free riding and easy installation.
We posted some additional details on the Bronson earlier that you can investigate for more details.
Josh Bryceland and the Santa Cruz Syndicate edited a quick video of them onboard the Bronson earlier this year that was pretty good as well if you missed it.
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