Santa Cruz Bicycles 5010 Carbon XT Reserve Mountain Bike

Santa Cruz Bicycles 5010 Carbon XT Reserve Mountain Bike
Santa Cruz Bicycles 5010 Carbon XT Reserve Mountain Bike
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5010 Carbon XT Reserve Mountain Bike by Santa Cruz Bicycles
The redesigned 5010 turns any stretch of trail or road into your playground. With 130mm of rear travel in a 27. 5in wheel platform, the 5010 begs to pop off that trailside feature and take the most playful lines back to the trailhead. Santa Cruz updated the 5010 this season, changing the geometry and echoing changes to other frames with the lower-link VPP design for more efficient pedaling and more fun on the descents. Paired with Shimano's rugged and capable XT drivetrain and Santa Cruz's own Reserve Carbon Wheels, this model of the 5010 arrives ready for the feature-packed trails of your local mountain or park. Santa Cruz's updates to the geometry of the 5010 make it more playful than ever with slacker headtube and steeper seat tube angles, as well as size-specific chainstay lengths. The slacker front end provides confidence when descending and greater stability in technical terrain. With 15mm longer reach in this year's model, Santa Cruz compensated to make the seat tube 2-degrees steeper, which means all those improvements at the front end don't come at the cost of climbing efficiency. The short chainstays liven up the back end, so you can nimbly wind through the trees or hit features, while the proportional length ensures that rides of all heights get the same grin while coming down the mountain. While maintaining the 130mm rear travel, the 2021 model now comes spec'd with a 140mm fork for that extra pop when you need it. We all have our preferences for how a bike handles, so the flip chip in the rear linkage allows you to vary between high (steeper) and low (more slack) geometry settings with the turn of a hex key. This year's 5010 is only available in carbon, and this particular bike utilizes Santa Cruz's Carbon C layup, which makes for a resoundingly stiff frame for swift acceleration and unflappable poise when you're pointing it down lines that question your confidence. This layup adds a few grams but also saves some dollars relative to their Carbon C...

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