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    Mondraker Factor 24

    New kids bike from Mondraker

    not cheap with an 1899rrp with those parts. No Geo but as it can take 26 wheels I can't imagine the chain stays will be short.

    First Look: Giro, Mondraker, and Rocky Mountain - Eurobike 2015 by mikelevy - Pinkbike



    Factor 24 inch Stealth 2.0 Zero Suspension System 90mm
    Forks RockShox 30 Gold TK Solo Air tapered 80mm
    Rear Shock RockShox Monarch RT 152x31mm
    Headset FSA N57 ACB Bearings integrated tapered 1-1/8 inch->1/5 inch
    Handlebars Onoff Notion 1.0 31.8mm 680mm
    Stem Onoff Stoic FG 30mm
    Shifters 10 Speed Sram Trigger X5 1x10s
    Rear Mech Sram GX Long cage 10s
    Chainset Sram GX 1000 30T Guard
    Bottom Bracket Sram GXP 73mm
    Chain Sram PC-1031 10s
    Cassette Sram PG-1020 11-36T 10s
    Front Brake Shimano M-506 160mm
    Rear Brake Shimano M-506 160mm
    Rims MDK-XP1 24 inch wheelset
    Front Hub MDK-XP1 Disc Qr
    Rear Hub MDK-XP1 Disc Qr
    Tyres Maxxis Snyper wire 24x2.0 FrontMaxxis Snyper wire 24x2.0 Rear
    Seatpost Onoff Notion 0-R 31.6mm 350mm

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    There looks to be a LOT of space between the tyre and the bottom bracket. Those chain stays look looooong.

    But good to see more manufacturers at least trying to capture the youth market. I'm keen to see more follow Trek's Fuel EX Jr, and going with 26" wheels and compact frames though.

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    Really want to like this bike, but there are too many things about it that just don't look right.

    Long chainstays, too long top tube and HA looks steep.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gravitykid View Post
    Really want to like this bike, but there are too many things about it that just don't look right.

    Long chainstays, too long top tube and HA looks steep.
    Agree!

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