The 5010 is the most fun you can have on two off-road wheels, and Danny MacAskill’s wee bike of choice. Turning trails into pumptracks and logs into launches this bike begs to spend as much time above the ground as on it.
A laser sharp, agile trail whip that turns on a dime and loves to pop and play. The 130mm-travel 5010 sports short chainstays and a low BB for a uniquely playful character and an insatiable appetite for negotiating steep, technical climbs. When it’s time to descend, the bike’s 66.2/66.5-degree head tube angle (adjusted via flip chip) and generous reach/short stem combo equate to precise, confident handling.
The 5010’s balance and poise takes riders from uncertain neophyte to fledging flyboy. While some bikes are good at going up and down, the 5010 is a bike that’s great at going up, down, left, right, triangle, square, up, up, up, and away!
The upper-link driven shock VPP suspension is configured to be sharp and responsive. A firm beginning stroke makes for responsive, snappy pedaling and provides support for small bump, bump-jump playfulness, while the progressive curve offers the bottom-out resistance to make it feel like there’s a lot more travel than there actually is.
There’s also more than enough tire clearance to run just about any size tire. We spec a variety of tire/rim combos, including 2.6-inch tires on Reserve 37 rims because we feel it’s the sweet spot of rock crawling traction and sportiness, but there’s room to run 2.8-inch tires, if that’s your thing.
It’s considered the deep cut in the Santa Cruz range by the riders, like Danny MacAskill, who really know. While people busily overbike, 5010 owners get to the source. It’s the thrasher’s tool.
- Carbon C frame
- FOX 34 Float Performance fork
- FOX DPX2 Float Performance rear shock
- Choice of Race Face AR Offset 27 27.5 or Santa Cruz Reserve 27 Carbon rims
- 12-speed SRAM GX Eagle drivetrain
- RockShox Reverb Stealth dropper post
A dropper seatpost allows you to quickly lower and raise your seat to give you an ideal riding position. Dropping your seat creates a lower center of gravity for better control and maneuverability on steep descents, while raising it puts you at normal riding height for efficient pedaling.
Construction can include either hydraulic- or cable-actuated systems and the post’s travel can either be infinitely adjustable or stopped at set intervals, depending on the model.
Dropper seatposts come in standard lengths and diameters and vary by the amount of travel.
Pedals sold separately
|Fork||FOX 34 Float Performance|
|Headset||Cane Creek 40 IS Integrated Headset|
|Rear Shock||FOX DPX2 Float Performance|
|Rims/Wheels||Race Face ARC Offset 27 27.5" Rims OR Santa Cruz Reserve 27 Carbon Rims|
Front: DT 370 15x110 32H (28H w/Reserve upgrade)
Rear: DT 370 12x148 32H (28H w/Reserve upgrade)
Front: Maxxis Minion DHF 3C EXO TR 27.5x2.3
Rear: Maxxis Minion DHR2 TR 27.5x2.3
|Crankset||SRAM Stylo 7k 148 DUB|
|Bottom Bracket||SRAM DUB 68/73mm Threaded BB|
|Chain||SRAM GX Eagle 12 SPD|
|Rear Derailleur||SRAM GX Eagle|
|Cassette/Rear Cogs||SRAM XG1275 Eagle 10-50T|
|Shifters||SRAM GX Eagle|
|Handlebars||Race Face Ride 35x760mm|
|Tape/Grips||Santa Cruz Palmdale Grips|
|Stem||Race Face Aeffect R 40mm|
|Brakes||SRAM Guide R|
|Saddle||WTB Silverado Pro|
|Seat Post||RockShox Reverb Stealth 31.6mm|
* Subject to change without notice.