Check out the Mondraker Summum mullet downhill bike that Laurie Greenland rode to 8th place at Red Bull Hardline 2019. The 27.5 frame features some neat touches to accommodate the larger front wheel and fork 🔧
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Frame: Mondraker Summum Carbon
Rear Suspension: Fox DHX2 Coil
Front Suspension: Fox 49
Wheelset: Mavic deemax 29F/27.5R
Tyres: Michelin DH22
Brakes: Shimano XTR 4 Pot
Rotors: Shimano 203mm
Handlebars: Renthal Fatbar carbon 760mm
Stem: Renthal Integra 50mm
Shifter: Shimano Saint
Crankset: Shimano Saint 165mm
Pedals: Crankbrothers Mallet DH
Cassette: Shimano 10 speed cut down to 7 speed
Chain Guard: e*Thirteen LG1
Rear Mech: Shimano Saint
Seatpost: Race Face Next
Saddle: SDG Fly
Anything Else: Brook MacDonald top cap. Offset bushings, eccentric Trickstuff bottom bracket, and -2° headset cups to counter the geometry changes from the 29 inch fork and front wheel.
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