The new V10 29er will be available to buy in February 2019 after two years of development by Syndicate team riders Luca Shaw, Greg Minnaar and Loris Vergier.
The all-new bike comes in two wheel size options — 29er and 27.5-inch — with each frame featuring its own suspension kinematics and geometry.
The 29er V10 first exploded into the public eye at round one of the 2017 UCI MTB DH World Cup in Lourdes, France, taking the rest of the field by surprise and leaving other brands scrambling to produce their own 29er-wheeled DH bikes.
The 650b version shares the same silhouette as the bigger wheeled version Santa Cruz
Longer, lower and slacker
Find out how the new V10 came to life
Updated with the latest geometry figures, the new 29er comes in three sizes (from medium to extra-large) with high and low bottom bracket height settings and two chainstay length options.
The medium and large bikes share chainstay lengths at 445mm (short) and 455mm (long), and the extra-large gets 450mm (short) and 460mm (long) chainstays.