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Exclusive:New Mondraker Summum

Fabien Barel is absolutely flying these days, a win in Maribor and fastest qualifier in Bromont. There’s got to be something about that bike hasn’t there? Want to get hold of the new Mondraker and be as fast as Fabien?

Well I can’t promise you’ll be as fast as the master but you can ride the same bike, Cesar Rojo just sent over this info regarding the new Mondraker Summum which will be available in early October. Looks tasty doesn’t it?

From Zero to win

The Mondraker family has just proudly presented after more than one year of development, the new weapon for Downhill; the Summum. The bike is exactly the same as Fabien is flying in every race, and he took to the victory in Maribor world cup. Here has received the final design shapes and lines and has it done in a very spectacular way. The bike is been engineered/designed with one very clear goal in mind; to obtain the maximum performance from every rider independent of their skills.

César Rojo the Mondraker main engineer involved in the development of Summum was very clear with his goals on this bike: “Our main effort apart from optimizing the kinematics of the bike for maximum efficiency, has been in making the bike as much user tuneable as we could, the bike will be available in three sizes, and will be fully adjustable on the head angle, chain stay length and fork height. The user will be capable to have any geometry available on the market, from a very extreme geometry as available only on custom world cup bikes to a more neutral freeride geometry.”

” Zero suspension system with 205mm (8″) of stroke
” Very light frame 3360gr (7,40lbs) with no shock, shock bolts and rear axle
” Three sizes: S, M & L.
” Lifetime warranty.
” Adjustable head angle in 3 positions: STD, +-1º and +-2º
” Adjustable chain stay in 4 positions: 435, 440, 445, 450mm
” Pro team bike 15.5kg M size, no pedals and tubeless tires as shown on the image.
” All axles and bolts in aluminium 7075-T6
” Hidden housing on the frame, main tubes and swing arm.

” Head angle 63º STD (Range 61º to 65º with cups and up to 59.5º with max fork height)
” BB +10mm STD cups (up to +30mm with max fork height and +2mm with slackest position)
” Chain stay 440mm STD (435, 445, 450mm)
” Wheelbase STD 1180mm (from 1140mm to 1235mm)
” Fork height 565mm (565 to 600mm)
” Front center 740mm STD (705 to 785mm)

Geometry charts for the three sizes.
S size 15″ (380mm)
Head angle 63º
Front center 715mm
Wheelbase 1150mm

M size 15″ (380mm)
Head angle 63º
Front center 740mm
Wheelbase 1180mm

L size 17″ (430mm)
Head angle 63º
Front center 765mm
Wheelbase 1210mm

The bike is set to be available from early october 2009. More info:

The Mondraker family has just proudly presented after more than one year of development, the new weapon for Downhill; the Summum.


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