Santa Cruz Hightower

Regular price 445.00 DKK

Santa Cruz Hightower is a modern enduro bike. The bike’s geometry makes it very manoeuvrable and fun downhill, while it’s 29” wheels and highly effective VPP-suspension makes it a lean climbing machine. You just got to rent a Santa Cruz Hightower, if you want a bike there’s ready for the steep ascents in the mountains, and for the most technical lines - and everything in-between.

Bike Size Your height
Medium 157 – 174 cm
Large 175 – 184 cm
X-Large 185 – 191 cm

 

Santa Cruz Hightower specifications:

  • Frame: Carbon
  • Wheels: 29"
  • Gear: Sram GX eagle 1 x12
  • Brakes: Sram Guide
  • Gearing: 10-50
  • Drop seatpost: Yes
  • Suspension: Full suspension - Fox Suspension with Lockout
  • Stroke Travel: 140 mm front and rear
  • Type of bike: Trail / Enduro

     

    When you rent a bike from us, you’ll also get a saddlebag with tubes, tire levers, a pump and an approved helmet. In addition, the bike is always mounted with one or two bottle cages depending on the bike.

    If you want special pedals, just let us know - but you have to bring cycling shoes yourself.

    Remember to bring some valid photo ID - drivers license, passport or similar at pick-up. You’ll also have to pay 130 € in deposit for the bike. You can pay the deposit with Visa or cash.

    We believe that only the best is good enough for our customers. As a result of that our mountain bikes are top-of-the-line, and we do only keep our rental bikes for one season, which practically means that you’ll get to ride a brand new bike. To keep the bike that way we urge you to be careful with it. We will hold you responsible for any damages caused to the bike, and you’ll have to pay for the repair of it.

    Always remember to place the bike on the ground with the gear system pointing upwards - and never turn the bike upside down.

    Insurance

    You have the option to buy an insurance for 10 € per day, which covers above mentioned repair expenses up to 300 €. If the damage exceeds this amount, your own insurance will have to cover the difference.