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First Look: Mondraker FOXY Carbon

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Mondraker has spent the last three years working on the carbon version of their very successful Foxy, a 140mm trail bike. Based on 27.5" wheels, the Foxy Carbon inherits the innovative Mondraker forward geometry concept originally developed by Cesar Rojo and brought to the forefront of the racing scene by Fabien Barel. In addition, as a complex carbon project developed in-house it marks a whole new high-end chapter for the Spanish brand, and one that they are very excited about. At less than 12kgs for the top-of-the-line Foxy Carbon XR with 140/160mm travel and 27.5" wheels, there is a lot to BE excited about.

Mondraker invited a group of MTB journalists to the South East of Spain to spend a couple of days discovering and riding the new bike. The Foxy Carbon launches today, April 25, 2014 - check out our first look feature above, then dive into specs and geo info below.

The launch of the Foxy Carbon also coincided with the launch of the 2015 FOX suspension program. The bikes we rode were all kitted out with 2015 FOX CTD forks and shocks, and since FOX Europe were on hand we took the opportunity to learn more about what the latest updates are all about, and also how FOX's Upgrade and Tuning programs can help all CTD riders get more out of their equipment. In addition to the soundbites features in the slideshow above, check out the longer interview with Chris Trojer of FOX Europe if you are curious to learn more:

Geometry

Build Kits and Pricing

Suggested Retail Pricing, Europe (USD pricing provided for comparative purposes ONLY - brand not currently distributed in the US):

  • Foxy Carbon: 3.699€ (~$5100 USD)
  • Foxy R Carbon: 4.999€ (~$6900 USD)
  • Foxy RR Carbon: 5.999€ (~$8300 USD)
  • Foxy XR Carbon: 6.999€ (~$9700 USD)
  • Kit Frame(with shock): 2999€ (~$4150 USD)

For more information, head on over to www.mondraker.com.

Photos and Feature by Johan Hjord.

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