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Jackie O / '19 Mondraker Foxy XR 29” 2

Jackie O / '19 Mondraker Foxy XR 29”
Jackie O / '19 Mondraker Foxy XR 29” Overall view. Huge thanks to Dani for cleaning this bike and much more! In the heart of the city. A little left side. ”Extreme Racing” is a really stupid name. The beaut from the front. Not stock. Blades. A subtle royal touch. This stem looks better than the stock Krypton, has a 30mm bore for Josh's bars and was tough to source. Best. Grips. On. The. Planet. Now that these bars were renamed, will these become valuable? Hearts for the guys at Burgtec! Yes, this was used too! Blades, part two. Yes it is. Wheels are running smooth and true since day one! Spins forever, what a classic! If it's scratched, it means it is used. And that chainring is worth its weight in gold! 11 speed in 2021, somebody burn this witch! 2 piston calipers in the back are enough and ridiculously powerful. Hope F20 replaced the Burgtec MKIV Penthouse Flats in this sequence of time. It's not obvious, but the nipple pattern is VERY thought out! My new fave rear tire? A tatty saddle, but it does a stellar job! It's not a show bike, so it comes with fenders and zip-ties. A little different backdrop. Closer! Shout out to OG Penny and homeboy Victor for taking his time to shoot this set!
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Parts Brand Model Additional info
Frame Mondraker Foxy XR 29” L size
Rear Shock RockShox Super Deluxe progressive MRP 450 lbs spring
Fork RockShox Lyrik RC 170 mm air shaft coming soon
Headset Chris King InSet 2 almost stealthy black
Handlebar Burgtec RW Josh Bryceland 38mm Special full length
Stem Other Mondraker OnOff Stoic 30mm harder to source than you'd expect, probably polished in the future
Grips Other Burgtec Bartender Pro I know the grips for the rest of my life
Brakes Magura MT Trail Carbon Miles semi-metallic pads in front / sintered in rear
Brake Levers Magura MT Trail Carbon de-carbonized with alloy HC 1-finger blades
Shifters Shimano Deore XT M8000 no windows needed, cheers Bill!
Front Derailleur -------
Rear Derailleur Shimano Deore XT M8000 11-speed is good enough and lighter
Chainguide -------
Cranks Shimano Deore XT M8000 Zefal crank armor and proof this bike is ridden
Chainrings / Sprocket Renthal 1XR 30T on that awesome tough coated alloy
Bottom Bracket Other Aerozine ceramic bearings
Chain SRAM PC1130
Cassette / Rear Cog Shimano Deore XT M8000 11-46 is light and just right!
Pedals Hope Technology F20 polished, to match the calipers, alternating with a set of Burgtec Penthouse Flats MKIV
Front Rim DT Swiss EX511 29" custom built wheelset, with greased nipple beds, Loctite on threads etc.
Rear Rim DT Swiss EX511 29" custom built wheelset, with greased nipple beds, Loctite on threads etc.
Hubs Hope Technology Hope Pro 4 purple, alloy HG body
Spokes Sapim D-Light custom purple/plue nipple pattern, with black at the valve
Front Tire Maxxis Assegai 2.5 WT EXO+ 3C MaxTerra light Huck Norris insert inside
Rear Tire Maxxis Dissector 2.4 EXO 3C MaxxTerra CushCore XC insert inside, never going back to no insert
Saddle Specialized no clue what the name of this saddle is, I recycled it from somewhere and somehow it fits my butt best
Seatpost SDG Tellis Dropper 150 second one, was changed within warranty
Seatpost Clamp Other Mondraker
General Info
Model Year 2019
Riding Type Trail / All-Mountain
Weight 35 lb 11.4 oz (16200 g)
Additional Info I was a bit in denial with 29ers, but a good buddy talked me into giving them a chance. This is my first new bike in years and it proved to be more playful than the 26” Intense Tracer VP I've had before. Most parts were changed from new, only shock and fork are stock, but I didn't get to take proper pictures of it back then, so here it is now. It has ca. 3000 km under its belt and wears its scars proudly! It also has a Specialized RibCage with a cool SWAT tool, Riesel fenders, some custom chain protection and carefully routed cables.. It's named Jackie O, because it's smooth and classy. Much Love to Dani for taking care of this bike and to Victor shooting these pics!
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