5010 Carbon 125mm / Complete Trail Bike Package

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The 5010 defies categorization, pushing the realms of what's possible on a 125mm travel bike.

Developed using what we learned from Bronson, the comparatively lower bottom bracket height, shorter chainstays and 125mm of VPP™ travel give 5010 its snappy, nimble, ride

A 68° head angle and 5lb frame weight adds climbing agility into the equation, defining 5010 as the tool for that back country mission you’ve always planned.

Frame Features

  • Full carbon frame and swingarm
  • 125mm (5") VPP™ suspension
  • 27.5" wheels
  • Forged upper and lower links
  • Double sealed pivots for long bearing life
  • Dual grease ports on lower link for easy maintenance
  • Full carbon dropouts and disk mounts
  • Angular contact bearings maximize stiffness
  • Collet axle pivots lock in place without pinch bolts
  • Bottle cage mount within front triangle fits piggyback shocks
  • Molded rubber swingarm and downtube protection
  • Stealth and external seatpost cable routing
  • 142mm rear axle spacing
  • Threaded BB for creak-free riding and easy installation
  • ISCG-05 tabs for chainguide compatibility
  • Direct mount rear derailleur option

Shock Setup

Shock: Fox Float CTD Evolution

Rider WeightAir PressureShock Sag
100lbs (45.5kg) 90 psi 12-15 mm
120lbs (54.4kg) 110 psi 12-15 mm
140lbs (63.5kg) 130 psi 12-15 mm
160lbs (72.6kg) 150 psi 12-15 mm
180lbs (81.8kg) 170 psi 12-15 mm
200lbs (90.7kg) 190 psi 12-15 mm
220lbs (99.8kg) 210 psi 12-15 mm
240lbs (108.8kg) 230 psi 12-15 mm
260lbs (117.9kg) 255 psi 12-15 mm
280lbs (127kg) 280 psi 12-15 mm

Geometry

5010 Geometry
 SMLXL
Top Tube Length 552.5mm - 21.75" 584.2mm - 23" 609.6mm - 24" 635mm - 25"
Seat Tube Length 414mm - 16.3" 431.8mm - 17" 469.9mm - 18.5" 508mm - 20"
Head Tube Angle 68° 68° 68° 68°
Seat Tube Angle 73° 73° 73° 73°
BB Height 334mm - 13.15" 334mm - 13.15" 334mm - 13.15" 334mm - 13.15"
Wheelbase 1081mm - 42.56" 1113.8mm - 43.85" 1140.1mm - 44.89" 1166.4mm - 45.92"
Head Tube Length 90mm - 3.54" 100mm - 3.94" 110mm - 4.33" 120mm - 4.72"
Chainstay Length 434.8mm - 17.12" 434.8mm - 17.12" 434.8mm - 17.12" 434.8mm - 17.12"
Standover Height 721.9mm - 28.42" 716.2mm - 28.2" 723.2mm - 28.47" 747.1mm - 29.41"
Reach 374.8mm - 14.76" 403.7mm - 15.89" 426.3mm - 16.78" 448.9mm - 17.67"
Stack 580.9mm - 22.87" 590.3mm - 23.24" 599.5mm - 23.6" 608.8mm - 23.97"

* Effective top tube
** Seat Tube length measured from center of BB to top of seat tube

Size Guide

Size Chart

Available in two builds as a complete bike only

5010c | R AM- £3,599
ForkRock Shox Sektor Gold RL 27.5" 140mm
Rear DerailleurShimano XT M786 GS Shadow Plus
Front DerailleurSRAM X5
ShiftersShimano SLX M670
BrakesShimano Deore M615
RotorsShimano RT66 180mm Front/160mm Rear
CranksetSRAM S1000 2x10 22/34
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Cassette Shimano SLX HG81 10sp 11-36
ChainShimano SLX HG75
HandlebarRaceface Ride 31.8x740
StemRaceface Ride
GripsSanta Cruz single sided lock-on
HeadsetCane Creek 10 series tapered, cartridge bearing
SeatpostRaceface Ride, 30.9x 375
SaddleWTB Volt Race
Front WheelHope Pro2 Evo hub laced to WTB STi19 TCS rims
Rear WheelHope Pro2 Evo 142x12 hub laced to WTB STi19 TCS rims
Front TireMaxxis High Roller 2 27.5x2.3, Tubeless Ready, EXO Protection
Rear TireMaxxis Ardent 27.5x2.25, Tubeless Ready, EXO Protection *
TubesStans Sealant
5010c | S AM - £4,699
ForkRock Shox Pike RC 27.5" 130mm
Rear DerailleurShimano XT M786 GS Shadow Plus
Front DerailleurSRAM X0 2x10
ShiftersShimano SLX M670
BrakesShimano SLX M675
RotorsShimano RT66 180mm Front/160mm Rear
CranksetSRAM S1400 2x10 22/34
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Cassette Shimano SLX HG81 10sp 11-36
ChainShimano SLX HG75
HandlebarRaceface Evolve 31.8x750
StemRaceface Turbine Basic
GripsSanta Cruz single sided lock-on
HeadsetCane Creek 40 series tapered, cartridge bearing
SeatpostRockshox Reverb Stealth, 125mm travel
SaddleWTB Volt Race
Front WheelHope Pro2 Evo hub laced to WTB STi19 TCS rims
Rear WheelHope Pro2 Evo 142x12 hub laced to WTB STi19 TCS rims
Front TireMaxxis High Roller 2 27.5x2.3, Tubeless Ready, EXO Protection
Rear TireMaxxis Ardent 27.5x2.25, Tubeless Ready, EXO Protection
TubesStans Sealant
Shock Upgrade: Fox CTD Adjust Kashima +£200

What size seatpost does it use?

The Solo uses a 30.9mm seatpost. Make sure it is alway inserted a minimum of 100mm (regardless of where the min insertion line is on the post).

It looks like the lower link is off center in my frame- is everything ok?

Yes- this is correct. With our newer pivot system, the pivot axle draws the link over to one side in order to properly preload the bearings. This offset is accounted for in the frame design so everything ends up nice and straight in the end.

Can I put a water bottle on the Solo?

Yes, the Solo can accept two water bottles- one on the top of the downtube, and one on the bottom of the downtube. The small only has one mount- on the top of the downtube.

What kind of front derailleur do I need?

The Solo uses a 34.9mm bottom swing (high clamp), top pull front derailleur. Pretty much anything that fits this description (besides Saint) will work.

What size headset do I need?

The Solo uses a tapered headtube often called "mixed taper". This setup uses a standared 1.5" external lower cup (49mm bore) and an internal 1 1/8" upper cup (44mm bore). Almost all headset manufacturers make this product

What is the torque spec for the front derailleur?

Tighten the front derailleur to 35 in/lbs.

What fork sizes are recommended for the Solo?

120mm-140mm. Typically the forks we offer are 130mm, which is kind of the sweet spot, but they can all be reduced to 120mm or extended to 140mm by changing the air spring.

Can I put a chainguide on the Solo?

Yes, the Solo was designed with ISCG-05 tabs, and most guides that are compatible with this standard will work.

What kind of BB do I need?

The Solo uses a standard 73mm threaded BB. Pretty much any crank on the market should work.

I want to put a different shock on my Solo, can I do that?

Yes, the Solo uses a pretty standard shock size (7.875"x2"/200x50mm). The hardware is 21.8x8mm. Like all of our shocks, the TRc uses a custom tuned shock (compression, rebound, boost valve pressure, and air volume), so we don't typically recommend replacing the factory shock

Can I put a dropper post on the Solo?

Yes, the Solo has routing for both Stealth and externally routed posts.

What size rear hub do I need?

The Solo uses the 142x12 rear wheel standard. A DT RWS through axle is included with the frame.

There was a packet of "friction paste" or "carbon assembly compound" included with my frame- what is this for?

Use this on your seatpost. Carbon frames have a pretty slippery inner surface that makes it difficult to get the seatpost held tight without a lot of tightening forces at the collar. Using the carbon assembly compound adds friction so you don't need to crank the heck out of the seat collar. This is especially important with dropper posts, which can be sensitive to tight seat collars.

Definitely keep grease off your seatpost for the same reason.

Suspension SystemVPPTM
Front DerailleurClamp
Headset/Headtubemixed taper 1.5" Lower, 1'1/8" upper
Seat Post30.9mm
Fork Compatibility120-140mm
BB ShellStandard
Brake Typesdisc
Water Bottle Mounts2x bottle cage mounts