Santa Cruz Santa Cruz 5010 C Santa Cruz Santa Cruz 5010 C Santa Cruz Santa Cruz 5010 C Santa Cruz Santa Cruz 5010 C
Santa Cruz Santa Cruz 5010 C Santa Cruz Santa Cruz 5010 C Santa Cruz Santa Cruz 5010 C Santa Cruz Santa Cruz 5010 C

Santa Cruz 5010 C

C$6,349.00 C$5,080.00

The 5010 is not just "the little bike" of our range

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Article number: S22L2P1FT5MDC0048
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The 5010 is not just "the little bike" of our range. It makes even the most mundane trails feel like they're loaded with features to hop, skip and jump over. It's like having super-skills at your fingertips. The 5010 has always been more capable than many expected but with the traction-gaining 29-inch wheel up front and even more refined suspension the 5010 gives you a deft touch on the trails.



Kit R
Material Carbon C
Travel 130mm
Wheel Size MX
Rear Shock FOX Float Performance, 210x50
Fork RockShox Pike Base, 140mm
Rear Derailleur SRAM NX Eagle, 12spd
Right Shifter SRAM NX Eagle, 12spd
Cassette SRAM PG1230, 12spd, 11-50t
Chain SRAM NX Eagle, 12spd
Bottom Bracket SRAM DUB 68/73mm Threaded BB
Headset FSA IS-2/47/42 ACB
Rear Tire Maxxis Minion DHR II 27.5"x2.4", 3C MaxxTerra, EXO
Front Tire Maxxis Minion DHR II 29"x2.4", 3C MaxxGrip, EXO
Front Hub SRAM MTH 716, 15x110, Torque Cap, 6-Bolt 32h
Front Rim RaceFace AR Offset 30 29"
Rear Hub SRAM MTH 746, 12x148, HG, 6-Bolt, 32h
Rear Rim RaceFace AR Offset 30 27.5"
Front Rotor Avid Centerline, 200mm
Rear Rotor Avid Centerline, 180mm
Breaks SRAM G2 R
Crankset SRAM Descendant Eagle 148 DUB 32t
Handlebars Burgtec RideWide Alloy
Stem Burgtec Enduro MK3, 42mm
Saddle WTB Silverado, CroMo
Seatpost SDG Tellis Dropper, 31.6
Grips Santa Cruz Bicycles House Grips


































*Our House Grips have an aggressive knurl pattern for all-weather grip, finger ridges for added control and soft, yet durable rubber compound. They come in either 30 or 32mm width and have an inboard snap-on lock ring to keep them tight but no ring on the outboard side so they’re super comfortable. And they’ll do your taxes* *not true. But they are really good. 



Reach | hi/lo 410/406 434/431 459/456 479/476 499/496 524/521
Stack | hi/lo 599/601 608/610 622/624 631/633 649/651 662/664
Head Tube Angle | hi/lo 65.2/64.9 65.2/64.9 65.2/64.9 65.2/64.9 65.2/64.9 65.1/64.9
Seat Tube Length 370 380 405 430 460 500
Front Center | hi/lo 719/718 748/748 779/779 803/803 832/832 863/863
BB Height | hi/lo 338/335 338/335 338/334 338/334 338/334 338/335
BB Drop (front) | hi/lo 35/38 35/38 35/38 35/38 35/38 35/38
BB Drop (rear) | hi/lo 16/19 16/19 16/19 16/19 16/19 16/19
Wheelbase | hi/lo 1147/1147 1178/1178 1212/1213 1239/1240 1271/1271 1305/1306
Rear Center | hi/lo 428/429 430/431 433/434 436/437 439/440 442/443
Head Tube Length 90 100 115 125 145 160
Top Tube Length | hi/lo 544/544 570/571 598/599 624/625 645/646 673/674
Seat Tube Angle | hi/lo 77.4/77.1 77.4/77.1 77.4/77.1 77.1/76.8 77.3/77 77.3/77.1
Standover Height | hi/lo 694/688 703/698 706/700 708/703 711/706 717/712



If you're on the cusp between the recommended height range of two sizes, the absolute best thing is to try to ride them both. At a minimum, check the stack/reach measurements on your current bike and compare it to the new model you are looking at to get an idea of a fit you are already comfortable with. If riding the bike is not an option, consider the following.

The 5010 is available in sizes extra small - extra extra large (XS-XXL).

Personal Preference

A larger size frame will be more stable, and will give you more room to move without upsetting the weight-balance of the bike. The larger size will put the front wheel further in front of you, which gives the feeling of security and conversely, it will require more significant body movements when you WANT to shift the weight-bias of the bike. Think hard about your riding style and how active/intuitive you want it to be vs stable and speedy. You'll need to work a bit harder to muscle the larger bike around.

Body Dimension

Not all bodies at a given height are the same. If you have longer legs and a shorter torso than the average person your height, that may push you towards the smaller of the recommended sizes. If you're all torso and arms, most likely you'll want to size up.

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