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A completely new way to realize MTB front suspension with a Full Linkage Chassis. The Structure Cycleworks SCW1 is a full carbon, full suspension, 27.5”-wheeled enduro bike built on the most advanced mountain bike chassis in the world.
Telescoping forks come with compromises that negatively affect the performance of the whole bike. Structure’s WTF (Without Telescoping Fork) suspension system solves these problems and delivers massive improvements in ride, handling, and at-the-limit performance.
Frame and bearings come with our Lifetime Warranty, and our components are the toughest and most durable anywhere.
The SCW1 pedals exceptionally, eats bumps, and descends like nothing else. Trail bike, enduro, or DH bike…you decide.
With no fork seals, bushings, or oil to replace, our bikes have proven to actually be lower- maintenance than typical MTBs. Most-common services are limited to shock seal service and brake pads replacement.
Browse our Limited Edition Foundation Series or take a tour of the options available in our Janus Series.
Bring Your Own Components
Boost axle spacing, threaded BSA bottom bracket, and typical component specs mean that great components from your old favourite bike can easily be transferred to your new favourite bike.
Structure was established with one goal: Take lessons learned in motorsport and bring them to mountain bikes, making them faster, more stable, and less inclined to send riders over the bars (OTB) while riding harder and faster.
I was one lucky individual; was able to ride the Structure #1 bike off the production. It’s only a week old. The SCW1 was able to rocket me into a gold medal, first time in my life. Thank you, Structure SCW1! Let’s ride!
Dave Smith - Cat 1 racer
I’ve ridden Santa Cruz products since 2003 and for a new company to eclipse SC trail manners on their first bike is amazing. The feel going down the hill was very confident. I felt the only thing holding it back was the pilot over-braking. Very impressive and will likely change the bike industry’s approach, as it is a game changer!
Jeff Hill, skilled rider in the Canadian Rockies
I think it’s actually really nice looking! I love how the front links flow into the rear, there’s some elegant lines going on. There’s plenty of ugly bikes out there with telescopic forks too, I think Structure did a good job of getting the bike looking as good as it does!
Ali Clarkson - MTB and Trials Pro
Structure Ambassadors at key locations in the U.S. and Canada are ready to set up your demo ride and show you the best local lines. Come ride with us!