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    Mondraker Summum

    Anyone ride one?
    34.6lbs in Pro form, replace the Fox 40's with Boxxer WC and the RC4 with a vivid air and you could be looking at a sub 30lb DH rig...

    HERE

    Theres a frame on ebay at the moment brand new for $2000 and Im thinking the Mrs could live without a christmas present this year

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    light bike xtr cranks are pushing it though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by daisycutter
    light bike xtr cranks are pushing it though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by daisycutter
    light bike xtr cranks are pushing it though.
    Fabien Barel might disagree.

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    is it me or is that rig raked the F out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eride1
    is it me or is that rig raked the F out.
    I think it's got a 61/62 HA, read it somewhere, not sure though.
    Folangag

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    Quote Originally Posted by eride1
    is it me or is that rig raked the F out.

    I agree...........it looks stupidly slack, maybe its an OCC special

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    Quote Originally Posted by sdo1982
    Anyone ride one?
    34.6lbs in Pro form, replace the Fox 40's with Boxxer WC and the RC4 with a vivid air and you could be looking at a sub 30lb DH rig...

    It's got two front forks on it? Wow, that would make it heavy. I only see one in the photo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rep_1969
    It's got two front forks on it? Wow, that would make it heavy. I only see one in the photo.

    It will indeed be heavy. Also with the bottom brackets, rear hubs, seats and seats posts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SlickShoe671
    It will indeed be heavy. Also with the bottom brackets, rear hubs, seats and seats posts.

    you forgot handle bars
    I like to ride bikes fast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eride1
    is it me or is that rig raked the F out.
    Being honest with myself, that bike is too slack for me. I don't ride at a speed to justify it. My 63.5 degree bike already feels plenty slack except at the highest speeds and on the gnarliest steeps.

    EB

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    Quote Originally Posted by darkzeon
    I think it's got a 61/62 HA, read it somewhere, not sure though.
    Superslack…I think that you can go below 60 with adjustable geometry kit.

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    http://dirt.mpora.com/news/dirttv-mo...bike-test.html you have more articles talking about the Summun in the Dirt page apart from this one...

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