Now with the same super awesome geometry as the acclaimed Bronson, plus 150mm travel and 27.5 inch wheels to match, there's been no half measures in the new Heckler's development. Legions of Heckler owners testify to the durability of the design, marching on through season after season while other bikes at this price point simply rattle to pieces. The aluminum frame is now stiffer and lighter than its predecessor, with a single collet axle pivot, 142mm rear end and a direct mount rear derailleur hanger keeping things tight and tidy.
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Hi, I have a problem... I have just broken my SC Heckler from 2009 and the technical service of SC from my country (Spain) offers me the option to buy the new version... of course with a santa cruz customer price. The SC factory can´t serve the piece I needed so I´m considering to adquire the new ve ... Read More »
Seems like SC is going all-in with 27.5. $1299 for frame and starts at $2600 for full build kit. Definitely more affordable than the Solo and Bronson. Can anyone explain to me what makes the Heckler 27.5 different from the other two? I am assuming that it mainly has to do with single pivot vs. VPP s ... Read More »