Mondraker Superfoxy

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Summary of Reviews

We have read all expert and user reviews on the Mondraker Superfoxy. In summary, this is what cyclists think.

16 reasons to buy

  • The Mondraker Superfoxy has fast-rolling 29" wheels and tires.
  • The bike's wide handlebars offer riders stability over rough trails.
  • Mondraker offers the bike with a carbon or alloy frame.
  • With 170 mm of travel in the front and 160 mm in the rear, the Superfoxy floats over rocky, rough terrain.
  • On 'R' and 'RR' models, SRAM Code R and Code RSC brakes, with 200 mm brake rotors, allow riders to stop quickly.
  • The long wheelbase encourages fast and stable descents.
  • The rear shock has a lockout for climbing. Testers agree that pedal bob is minimal.
  • The bike's Maxxis Minion tires are grippy on trails.
  • A dropper post is included on the bike. Depending on the bike model and size, the dropper length ranges from 100 mm to 175 mm.
  • The Super Boost spacing and 157 mm rear hub allow for efficient power transfer while climbing. Testers agree the bike is fast on climbs.
  • The Mondraker Superfoxy is lighter than other bikes in its category.
  • The user manual is detailed and helps riders identify parts and adjust their bike.
  • Both the head tube angle and chainstays are adjustable. This adjustability allows riders to fine-tune the bike to best meet their needs.
  • Internally routed cables give the bike a neat and tidy appearance.
  • With four sizes, the Superfoxy fits a wide range of riders.
  • 'Forward Geometry' helps riders climb quickly and keep the front wheel down on steep ascents.

3 reasons not to buy

  • The bottom bracket is high. This interferes with the bike's cornering abilities, according to one expert.
  • The Mondraker Superfoxy requires riders to be engaged and active on climbs and corners. It is not for riders who desire room for error as they maneuver.
  • The stem is short at 30 mm. This gave the bike a twitchy feel, according to several experts.

Bottom line

The Mondraker Superfoxy is designed to descend confidently and climb quickly. Enduro and Trail riders find the bike suits their needs well. The bike is light, available in four sizes and specced with quality components. The 'Forward Geometry' promotes active riding. There is little room for error as the Superfoxy is very reactive to rider inputs. The bottom bracket is on the high side. This can interfere with the bike's cornering capabilities.

Expert Reviews

70/100 based on 2 rated expert reviews

Mondraker SuperFoxy Carbon R 2020 Review

Mondraker’s SuperFoxy Carbon R offers big wheel, big travel thrills in an impressively lightweight and capable enduro package that’s no slouch when it comes to pedalling either.

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Mondraker Superfoxy Carbon R Review

Unveiled in 2012, Mondraker’s long-reach/short-stem Forward Geometry concept gave some riders a clear advantage. The Superfoxy combines this with long-travel suspension and 29in wheels to help it tackle the most challenging terrain.

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Review: 2020 Mondraker SuperFoxy RR

We took their Superfoxy RR enduro bike, with 160mm rear travel and a 170mm fork, for a long-term test to see how it rides in its own right and if the Spanish brand that was at the beginning of the revolution is still up there today.

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