All Alloy 2021 Summum DH Bike: Hot Metal Rides Fast
You don’t need to burn rubber to ride fast anymore. The all-new Summum Alloy mountain bike slaps two wheels to a revolutionary Stealth Alloy chassis and says, “let’s race!”
Going downhill faster than any rig before it, the new Summum is here for the love of racing, and it’s bringing the best possible performance, with zero compromises. Pushing technology and design further than ever before with its brand new stealth alloy only construction, it’s the 2021 Summum.
So what makes this metal so damn hot! Well with a brand new frameset crafted from Stealth Alloy, Mondraker applies a new twist on its legendary Forward Geometry philosophy. A new all-alloy chassis for shaving off the weight. In addition to bringing smart new kinematics, new shocks, fat new forks, a pair of new wheels, and some wickedly fast rubber.
Coming in three specs from the base model to the top of the line Summum RR 29, Mondraker has spared no expense. Product marketing manager at Mondraker, Israel Romero said the “the new kinematics, geometry, weight balance and improved rear suspension performance” makes the downhill bike that much better to ride. Romero explained that “Summum alloy has always been Mondraker DH riders’ favourites”.
“The first time our MS Mondraker team rode the bike, they wanted to race it for the next race (World Champs in Canada)… even as a prototype! That was the day after racing Lenzerheide in August 2019, and the Summum has even improved since then.”
Featuring new suspension and kinematics, you’ll receive only the very best from the World Cup-proven Mondraker Zero Suspension system. Updated for the 2021 wheel sizes, enhanced kinematics and a set of new shock options mean you can soak up the biggest hits and ride smoothly through the small stuff with incredible sensitivity.
With slimmer tubes and an updated geometric layout, the new Summum is, according to Mondraker, “significantly more refined”. Using the same aluminium raw material that graced the 2020 model, the focus on ‘forward geometry’, paired with the stealth alloy has produced something slimmer and faster than ever before.
Leave the aluminium behind and get downhill faster with the all-alloy 2021 Summum DH Bike. I mean it did help Laurie Greenland win last year’s Val di Sole World Cup after all.