Brand new Santa cruz Bullit: What goes up, loves coming down
The new Santa Cruz Bullit is an e-MTB that derives from the Heckler but which has been revisited to tackle very fast descents. It doesn't matter what the bottom of the trail looks like.
The geometries have changed: The agility of the Hecklers gives way to stability, gaining excursion and lengthening the wheelbase. All combined with the new 85 Nm Shimano Steps EP8 motor, and 630 Wh battery, also Shimano.
Differentiated wheel size, 29 "front and 27.5" rear, and 170 mm travel on both axles.
The Santa Cruz Bullit wants to conquer the most desired enduro e-MTB scepter.
The Bullit takes up the design of the Heckler Mx and the Heckler 8.1, but with revised geometries and greater travel. With these characteristics he wants to make it clear that this e-bike was born for speed.
The fittings for the frame, made only in CC carbon fiber, also available in a version with a spring shock absorber, confirming the direction taken by Santa Cruz for the Bullit.
A few numbers:
64 ° head angle combined, as we said, with a 170 mm fork. The reach in size M is 450 mm, an abundant measure due to the 591 mm top tube and the rather vertical saddle angle, 77.2 °.
The height of the seat tube is contained if we consider the relative sizes, 405 mm size M.