Product DescriptionIt doesn't have a new-fangled wheel size, or a bevy of acronyms, so we'd forgive you if you thought the Santa Cruz Blur TR Carbon R complete bike was outdated. But if you're thinking that, you'd be dead wrong. Starting with SC's insanely fun Blur TR platform, and rounding it out with Fox...
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I'm riding a 2004 Blur classic that I built last year from a bare frame. I put good stuff on it that was new last year-- X9 2x10 drivetrain with X0 twisters, 2012 120mm Fox RLC fork, 2013 CTD Trail Adjust shock, Crossmax ST wheels. It weighs 24.5 pounds. I have done everything on this bike. Downh ... Read More »
Trying to do some research on the Blur TR, particularly the alloy version, which really interests me as my next bike. But there are nearly no reviews on it out there, and very few posts on it here. Seems like folks are either going Tallboy or Blur LT most of the time, and the Solo and Bronson are g ... Read More »
I'm in the early stages of thinking about, researching, and drooling over going to FS for my next build after only riding 26" HTs. I'm in South Florida, so I'm riding rocks and roots, man-made bridges and other obstacles, short techy climbs, and switchbacks. I'm not a big jumper or dropper. T ... Read More »
Hi All- I'm a relative newbie and I'm currently riding a 29er hardtail. I like going over the rocks and roots, so I've been curious about FS. Today I demo'd a small Blur LTc at a Santa Cruz demo day at Skeggs Point (Northern CA). It was really only my second time on a full suspension, and I really l ... Read More »
Hi Ladies, Posting the cliche question trying to find the right bike for my 5'6 (31" inseam) intermediate girlfriend. We are definitely going Santa Cruz, and trying to decide which option is more confidence inspiring/fun to ride? Superlight 29- 29" for rollover confidence and probably overall ... Read More »