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Ding...ding...ding....ding...the song of the alarm clock goes off and I know it's gonna be a long trip to Europe.
The record-breaking season comes to and end for the Syndicate Boys.
Our boy Peaty talks to The Guardian
Finally in the record books - Steve Peat - World's Best!
With just one round remaining the battle goes down to the wire.
Syndicate Rider Steve Peat creates more history with a half century of podium finishes.
The cat's fully out of the bag with pictures and details of the forthcoming 29er.
The South African rider grabs the UCI World Cup leader's jersey from team mate Steve Peat
Syndicate member, Greg Minnaar takes top honours once again in Scotland
More success for the Santa Cruz Nomad
Steve Peat rounds off a sensational May with a third win in a row
Back to back wins for Steve Peat sets new World Cup record.
Steve Peat equals record for number of World Cup wins.
As the season starts to gather pace the world's top DH racers land in California for the 09 Sea Otter Classic
It's just like the Blur LT that everyone loves. Except it's lighter, stiffer, way stronger, faster, and more responsive, and stronger..
Santa Cruz Syndicate kick off the new season with two podium places.
Santa Cruz Syndicate riders hit up the trails on their 09 machines.
Santa Cruz Syndicate's Josh Bryceland (SRAM/RockShox) has just won his first race as a pro at the Innerleithen Winter Series in Scotland.
It has 8 inches of next-generation VPP rear wheel travel. It also has enough room to raise or lower the seat through a 7-inch range. So, just what kind of bike is it supposed to be?
The inauguration of a fresh president in the USA seems like an auspicious time to take the wraps off Santa Cruz Bicycles' most closely guarded secret since, well, ever.
Santa Cruz Syndicate announce the departure of Nathan Rennie.
The 2008 World Champ take up the challenge of entering and completing the arduous Roof of Africa Rally
Spare 15 minutes to watch what it takes to keep the best in the world racking up those podium finishes.
Steve Peat's celebrates a successful Wharncliffe Weekender, local hospital benefits.
Test out an LT, Nomad or V10 at Pearce's demo weekend.
8th & 9th November 2008
Minnaar, Bryceland And Syndicate Shotgun The 2008 UCI Titles.
Santa Cruz Syndicate's Greg Minnaar and Nathan Rennie top the podium in Canberra, Australia.
We've just got stock of exclusive "Peaty" grips, guaranteed to make you look fast, even if you aren't.
Two Thirds of the Bike Radar team travel to Whistler for the nine day festival.
Greg and Steve jump on the podium again as the World Cup circus rolls into Bromont.
Greg takes his second successive World Cup win and leaps into the lead in the overall series.
Following in the footsteps of the Blur LT's redesign earlier this year, the Nomad is the latest recipient of SCB's next generation VPP.
Syndicate and Bike Radar riders own the podium at this weekend's British Champs.
Just a month after his last visit Greg Minnaar wins again at Fort William.
Josh brings home gold, Steve denied again.
Another Weekend another World Cup round, and more success for the Syndicate team.
The Syndicate team take two more podiums in the latest round of the World Cup.
Syndicate Rider Steve Peat wraps up his seventh Lisbon Downtown Title.
Once again we're demoing bikes at Mountain Mayhem, check the details of this year's event.
New Goals, New Kit, Higher Expectations, Team BikeRadar are ready to go!
The UCI DH Series kicks off in sunny Slovenia, with mixed results for the Syndicate team.
Syndicate veteran Mark Hendershot finished 5th at the Dirt Sweat & Gears 12 hour in Fayetteville, Tennessee. DSG, the second in USACycling's Ultra Endurance Series.
Will and the team head for Scotland for the first round of the 2008 NPS series
The 2008 season starts with the traditional curtain raiser, the Sea Otter Classic.
New Syndicate member Josh Bryceland cover stars on Dirt Issue 74
Santa Cruz Syndicate's Greg Minnaar hosted a Big Air Camp for 10 local downhillers from around South Africa preceding the Pietermaritzburg leg of the SA Downhill MTB Championships.
Donny rocks the cover aboard his Jackal, and the new Chameleon gets tested inside.
New Santa Cruz Syndicate member, Greg Minnaar, had a chance to check out his new digs with a trip to Santa Cruz in February.
For 2008 we're joining up with the What Mountain Bike Demo Tour.
The Santa Cruz Syndicate is excited to welcome Greg Minnaar onto the Syndicate for the next two downhill racing seasons!
After a brilliant season under the watchful eye of Steve Peat, Junior World Champion Johs Bryceland lands himself a place on the full Syndicate team.
This brief instructional video from Bikeskills.com will help you learn pump track.
The all new Heckler frame scoops 2 awards in What Mountain Bike magazines annual awards.
Josh takes us though the last weekend on the world DH circuit in 2007.
The 2007 DH series wraps up in an eventful season for the Santa Cruz Syndicate Team.
Johnny Waddell finishes 6th in the 24hour Solo World Champs.
Sam Hill's dominance continues as he wins the downhill at the World Championships in Ft. William, Scotland.
It's World Championship time where things get exciting and colorful. The weather's iffy, and the Downhil Seeding runs are complete.
Finally the weather improves and supplies a fast dry course for the third round of the NPS.
We're very happy to announce the refinement of two favourites and an all new Frame which is sure to get you hot under the collar.
Crankworx is over for another year, Team Captain Will Longden gives us a rundown of the week's racing.
The battle was on and intense, fighting it out for first and second place in the elite category at the third round of the West Australian State Series in Boddingto, Aus.
More top results for the Syndicate team.
Crankworx is in full effect, Team MBUK/Santa Cruz give us an update.
Crankworx is a great event for the Santa Cruz Syndicate athletes to regroup mid-season to race and play together.
Marc took the second National Title of his career on last week in very difficult conditions following three full days of heavy rain.
Disaster strikes as Steve dislocates ankle in NPS accident - faces race against time to be fit for World Championships.
After rain early in the week, riders were greeted with a beautiful sunny day for the downhill finals at the Nissan UCI World Cup Downhill held in the charming town of Schladming, Austria.
Mark Hendershot (Santa Cruz Syndicate) put up another win at North America's largest 24 hour race, 24 Hours of Summer Solstice, at Albion Hills, Ontario.
The Santa Cruz documentry DVD by Brian Vernor has just arrived in stock, get yours now!
The Syndicate made a great showing at the Nissan UCI World Cup Downhill race at Mt. Ste. Anne, Quebec, Canada, with Steve Peat placing 3rd and Nathan Rennie in 6th.
Peaty and Rennie take full advantage of an opprtunity to check out the 2007 World Championships course in Fort William.
Peaty scores a hard earned second place to take the overall lead in the UCI World Cup at a wet race in Switzerland.
Issue 64 of Dirt Magazine comes with the exclusive 'How to Win' DVD featuring first hand the action and adventures of World Cup DH racers Steve Peat and Nathan Rennie.
Santa Cruz Syndicate's Steve Peat placed second in the downhill in the second round of the British National Series race in Ae Forest.
What can we say other than Steve Peat rules the downhill in Lisbon as he wins the downtown event for the 6th year in a row, obliterating the nearest competitor by 2.624 seconds.
"A Le Mans style start, 150 riders, 75 mph down a ski piste, what do you reckon?"
Marc takes the win in Spain as the rain falls.
In a perfect warm up to the start of the World Cup series, Steve Peat races the Sprint Avalanche in Lyon, France.
Team MBUK/Santa Cruz are a tough unit. They're the top DH team in the UK and third in the world.
Santa Cruz Syndicate video footage from the Sea Otter Classic 2007.
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