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Mondraker Mondraker Foxy R 27.5 Full Suspension Mountain Bike - 2014
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Mondraker Foxy R 27.5 Full Suspension Mountain Bike - 2014
Mondraker Foxy R 27.5 Full Suspension Mountain Bike - 2014
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2014 is landmark for Mondraker, it is exactly 10 years since they released their first Foxy Mountain Bike and 10 years later it keeps getting better and better.

This year also see's another landmark for the Foxy series, the introduction of 27.5 inch wheels! Now there is no reason for you to not get out and hit the trail harder than ever before as the Forward Geometry will inspire confidence and the Zero Suspension platform will allow your Fox CTD fork and shock to eat up the punishing trail while you motor of regardless of the consequences of the angered trail pixies that try to chase you down.

The Foxy R is the must have bike for any aspiring Enduro rider to hone their skills on and take on the competition in the epic world of Enduro racing!

Zero Suspension Platform Explained

The Zero suspension system is what actuates the shock and is used across the entire Mondraker range.

The Zero suspension system means there is no power loss. It works to stop unwanted movements within the frame which are detrimental to the pedaling efficiency of the bike.

Zero prevents any pedal kickback and stops the chain growing when the frame moves through its travel, this stops the crank from moving backwards and makes the bike more efficient.

Zero prevents any brake jack which means the suspension is not affected by braking which also makes the bike more efficient.

Bump, what bump? The Zero platform works to absorb uneven surfaces so no traction is lost while pedaling, which means you're free to choose any line and the bike will work for you.

Forward Geometry advantages:

Security in steep áreas

Confidence at high speed

Direct steering

Uphill precisión

Stability on rough sections

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MBR Magazine Recently Reviewed This Bike

Forward geometry is arguably the most progressive development in frame design and bike sizing in years. It’s a theory that gives a kick up the arse to what has been a painfully slow evolution in mountain bike geometry, accelerating the trend towards longer wheelbases and shorter stems.

The theory basically boils down to chopping length off the stem and adding it to the front centre, pushing the front wheel further away but keeping the rider’s reach the same. Result? More responsive steering, thanks to the shorter stem, and better high-speed stability from the longer wheelbase.


Read more at http://www.mbr.co.uk/news/hottest-bikes-of-2014-mondraker-foxy-r-2799/#DXdklp0V8DyOQshG.99

Forward geometry is arguably the most progressive development in frame design and bike sizing in years. It’s a theory that gives a kick up the arse to what has been a painfully slow evolution in mountain bike geometry, accelerating the trend towards longer wheelbases and shorter stems.

The theory basically boils down to chopping length off the stem and adding it to the front centre, pushing the front wheel further away but keeping the rider’s reach the same. Result? More responsive steering, thanks to the shorter stem, and better high-speed stability from the longer wheelbase.


Read more at http://www.mbr.co.uk/news/hottest-bikes-of-2014-mondraker-foxy-r-2799/#DXdklp0V8DyOQshG.99

Forward geometry is arguably the most progressive development in frame design and bike sizing in years. It’s a theory that gives a kick up the arse to what has been a painfully slow evolution in mountain bike geometry, accelerating the trend towards longer wheelbases and shorter stems.

The theory basically boils down to chopping length off the stem and adding it to the front centre, pushing the front wheel further away but keeping the rider’s reach the same. Result? More responsive steering, thanks to the shorter stem, and better high-speed stability from the longer wheelbase.


Read more at http://www.mbr.co.uk/news/hottest-bikes-of-2014-mondraker-foxy-r-2799/#DXdklp0V8DyOQshG.99

Forward geometry is arguably the most progressive development in frame design and bike sizing in years. It’s a theory that gives a kick up the arse to what has been a painfully slow evolution in mountain bike geometry, accelerating the trend towards longer wheelbases and shorter stems.

The theory basically boils down to chopping length off the stem and adding it to the front centre, pushing the front wheel further away but keeping the rider’s reach the same. Result? More responsive steering, thanks to the shorter stem, and better high-speed stability from the longer wheelbase.


Read more at http://www.mbr.co.uk/news/hottest-bikes-of-2014-mondraker-foxy-r-2799/#DXdklp0V8DyOQshG.99

Forward geometry is arguably the most progressive development in frame design and bike sizing in years. It’s a theory that gives a kick up the arse to what has been a painfully slow evolution in mountain bike geometry, accelerating the trend towards longer wheelbases and shorter stems.

The theory basically boils down to chopping length off the stem and adding it to the front centre, pushing the front wheel further away but keeping the rider’s reach the same. Result? More responsive steering, thanks to the shorter stem, and better high-speed stability from the longer wheelbase.


Read more at http://www.mbr.co.uk/news/hottest-bikes-of-2014-mondraker-foxy-r-2799/#DXdklp0V8DyOQshG.99

Forward geometry is arguably the most progressive development in frame design and bike sizing in years. It’s a theory that gives a kick up the arse to what has been a painfully slow evolution in mountain bike geometry, accelerating the trend towards longer wheelbases and shorter stems.

The theory basically boils down to chopping length off the stem and adding it to the front centre, pushing the front wheel further away but keeping the rider’s reach the same. Result? More responsive steering, thanks to the shorter stem, and better high-speed stability from the longer wheelbase.


Read more at http://www.mbr.co.uk/news/hottest-bikes-of-2014-mondraker-foxy-r-2799/#DXdklp0V8DyOQshG.99

"Forward geometry is arguably the most progressive development in frame design and bike sizing in years. It’s a theory that gives a kick up the arse to what has been a painfully slow evolution in mountain bike geometry, accelerating the trend towards longer wheelbases and shorter stems.

The theory basically boils down to chopping length off the stem and adding it to the front centre, pushing the front wheel further away but keeping the rider’s reach the same. Result? More responsive steering, thanks to the shorter stem, and better high-speed stability from the longer wheelbase."

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