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    Mondraker

    and here's mine

    Zenith xr 2011



    Last edited by Mkaaa; 05-27-2011 at 11:38 AM.
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    61 degree head angle and a seat dropper.....seriously ?
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    Red 2011 Morewood Makulu

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    I don't know where you see 61 degree head angle, but Joplin works fine with that bike.
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    how does it ride uphill?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LeChat View Post
    how does it ride uphill?
    Quite well if you sit down, and even when you pedal up, you can't feel any kick back like singlepivot bikes such as Orange.
    Last edited by Mkaaa; 06-20-2011 at 11:45 PM.
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    Here's another -->

    summum pro team
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    Soooo jealous! Where did you get them?
    What the hell is an aluminum falcon?

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    From here --> http://www.mtbcentre.fi/
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    their frames and Zero suspension system looks suspiciously like Giant's Maestro system.

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    Same principle

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    Mondraker-imageuploadedbytapatalk1335810613.090555.jpgMondraker Podium Carbon 2011
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    i like these mondrakers

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    If anyone gets close to a 2012 Podium Carbon, please measure the distance from the center of the rear axle to either the seatstay bridge or chainstay bridge..whichever is closest..I'm wondering if a 650b rear wheel will fit..
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