Santa Cruz Bicycles 5010 Carbon X01 Mountain Bike

Santa Cruz Bicycles 5010 Carbon X01 Mountain Bike
Santa Cruz Bicycles 5010 Carbon X01 Mountain Bike
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5010 Carbon X01 Mountain Bike by Santa Cruz Bicycles
When the whole industry is raving about 29ers, it's easy to forget that some of our best rides are on shorter travel 27. 5in bikes. Touted by many riders as the "fun wheel size," 27. 5in wheels have a playfulness and agility to them that 29ers simply can't match, and the all-new Santa Cruz 5010 brings out these qualities in full. Bonus lines and trailside jibs are highly encouraged, and the bike practically begs to go airborne. At the same time, the new lower-link VPP suspension layout and slacked-out geometry give you the confidence to send bigger lines, while the steep seat tube angle and efficient pedaling platform are eager to tackle all-day sufferfests.

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SKU: SNZK18W
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