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Mondraker Foxy 2011

gt56gt56 Posts: 5
edited March 2012 in Your mountain bikes
Hi all. First post, thought I'd share my 'best' bike. Lots to like! 10 points if anyone can guess the location from the second pic. I cant recommend the Foxy enough.. a great, great bike




And rather than create another thread, here's my hardtail, a 2000 stumpjumper with modern bits. Thoughts welcome!



  • gt56gt56 Posts: 5

    Frame: Foxy Stealth alloy 6061 T6 Zero Suspension System 140mm
    Forks: Fox 32 Alps RL 140mm
    Bars: Superstar Flatland cut to 760mm
    Stem: Superstar AM 50mm White
    Headset: FSA No57 E1 1 1/8" - 1/5" Reduced
    Grips: Renthal Kevlar

    Front Brake Lever assy: Avid Juicy 3
    Front Caliper: Avid Juicy 3
    Front disc: Avid Juicy 3
    Rear Brake Lever assy: Avid Juicy 3
    Rear Caliper: Avid Juicy 3
    Rear Disc: Avid Juicy 3
    Hoses: Avid

    Shifters: SRAM X7
    Cables: Sram
    Front Mech: removed
    Rear Mech: SRAM X7
    Chain Device: Superstar Plasma BB mount

    Seat: Charge Spoon
    Seat Post: Forca Vario remote adjustable dropper 27.2 shimmed
    Seat Post Clamp: On-Off

    Cranks: SRAM
    Chainring(s): VeloSolo 34t Singlespeed Gold
    Chain: KMC x10
    Cassette: SRAM
    Pedals: Nukeproof Electron
    Bottom Bracket: SRAM GXP

    Front Wheel: On-off
    Rim: DT Swiss
    Hub: On-Off
    Tube: continental
    Tire: Maxxis Minion DH F 2.35

    Back Wheel:
    Rim: Mavic
    Hub: Hope Pro II Red
    Tube: Continental
    Tire: Maxxis High Roller 2.35
  • gt56gt56 Posts: 5
    Specialized Stumpjumper M2 2000

    Frame: 2000 Stumpjumper M2 17"
    Forks: Rockshox Tora TK Coil
    Bars: Race Face Ride
    Stem: Race Face Ride
    Headset: Superstar UFO
    Grips: Kona Cowan Natural

    Front Brake Lever assy: Shimano Deore
    Front Caliper: Clarks
    Front disc: Clarks
    Rear Brake Lever assy: Shimano Deore
    Rear Caliper: Avid V Brake

    Shifters: Shimano SLX 9sp
    Cables: Clarks Prelube
    Front Mech: removed
    Rear Mech: Shimano 105 Short Cage

    Seat: Selle Italia Q-Bick
    Seat Post: Superstar layback 30.9
    Seat Post Clamp: Superstar superfly

    Cranks: Octane 1
    Chainring(s): Octane 1
    Chain: KMC x9
    Cassette: HG50
    Pedals: Wellgo V12 copies
    Bottom Bracket: ISIS

    Front Wheel: Superstar
    Rim: Mavic V
    Hub: Superstar Switch Evo Gold
    Tube: continental
    Tire: WTB Wolverine 2.2

    Back Wheel:
    Rim: Mavic
    Hub: Hope XC Silver
    Tube: Continental
    Tire: Maxxis High Roller 2.1
  • leafliteleaflite Posts: 1,651
    Hows the dropper post? They look great value compared to a reverb, joplin etc
    I guess cannock chase where they were logging recently (on the blue route side) for the 2nd pic
  • PlyphonPlyphon Posts: 433
    I quite like the idea of single speed at the front.... !
  • ZhekaZheka Posts: 42
    Nice bikes.
    What is the make of the front mud guard?
  • gt56gt56 Posts: 5
    The seatpost is great. I have used it for 30 hours or so and so far it has been spot on. Once set up correctly, which I admit takes a while to get the spring rate correct, it requires little to no maintenance. If it ever did it is so simple that it would be very easy to service. To be honest I couldn't imagine needing anything fancier.. it goes up when I want and slams when I want and does it all from my handlebars. I certainly couldn't ride without one now. For a total of less than 80quid delivered to my door I can't complain!
    The mudguard is a muckynutz censored fender.. cheap cheerful and effective!. :wink:
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