Santa Cruz Bicycles 5010 27.5+ S Complete Mountain Bike

Santa Cruz Bicycles 5010 27.5+ S Complete Mountain Bike
Santa Cruz Bicycles 5010 27.5+ S Complete Mountain Bike
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5010 27.5+ S Complete Mountain Bike by Santa Cruz Bicycles
Seeing the newest version of the Santa Cruz 5010 27. 5+ S Complete Mountain Bike is more capable than ever with its longer, slacker geometry that begs you to ride faster than you ever thought possible and voluminous tires for plow-anything confidence, you'd be crazy to not let out a little of your inner-animal with a few screams of pure ecstasy as you dive into rock gardens, rip around berms, and open it up at higher speeds. Santa Cruz realized that a large contingent of 5010 fans liked the bike for its poppy and playful nature, so they retained the bike's low bottom bracket and short chainstays that made the original fun to carve around corners and rip around undulating flow trails. The third generation 5010 is slacker than ever, dropping to a 66. 5-degree head tube angle in its high setting and a more gravity-friendly 66. 1-degree head tube angle in the lowest setting. The addition of a flip-chip makes this all possible, meaning you'll have the ability to adapt the bike's geometry for different terrain and riding styles, whether you're seeking a bit more balanced feel with greater efficiency and climbing competency or you'd like it to flat out rip those steep descents with imposing rocks and roots threatening to derail your balance. Another major update to the design of the third generation 5010 lies in a slightly longer reach that's grown by 15 millimeters for a bit roomier feel in the cockpit, as well as increased composure at those higher speeds you'll be pushing this bike to. The seat tube is a full degree steeper to keep you in an optimal pedaling position when you're climbing for thousands of vertical feet or simply muscling up a short, punchy climbs with rocks and roots standing in your way. Santa Cruz now offers the 5010 in their "new" plus-sized 2. 6-inch tires, which deliver all the traction and bump-smoothing benefits of traditional 2. 8-inch plus tires, but without being overly vague in handling, prone to burping while cornering hard, and way too...

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