Muddy Fox 2000 Dual Slalom Team Hardtail Bike

5/5 (3 Reviews)


Product Description

  • FRAME:Dual Slalom
  • FORK: RST ALFALFA-TL
  • SHIFTERS: ESP 9.0
  • BRAKES: Shimano Disc
  • RIMS: Bigfoot-Size 12
  • TYRES: Tioga Factor DH 2.1


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    Reviews 1 - 3 (3 Reviews Total)

    User Reviews

    Overall Rating:5
    Value Rating:5
    Submitted by Alex a Racer from UK

    Date Reviewed: March 11, 2004

    Strengths:    Built amazingly strong, wide tubing used all over the body, and virtually indestructable, Great for BSX and DJ, would be good for hardtail DH

    Weaknesses:    none that i have ever had, except a bit on the heavy side, otherwise built as strong as can be

    Bottom Line:   
    One of the greatest bsx frames around, well worth the money, excellent control on corners, and great for jumping

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    Duration Product Used:   1 Year

    Price Paid:    $580.00

    Purchased At:   2nd hand, frame only

    Similar Products Used:   orange msisle, azonic DS1


    Overall Rating:5
    Value Rating:5
    Submitted by Graham Coe a Downhiller from Liverpool

    Date Reviewed: February 2, 2004

    Strengths:    Indestructable frame.The tubes are huge and beefy. The rear end is so stiff that i've never felt the bike go squirly at all. This bike can take a beating. Horizontal dropouts are also a nice touch as well as the ability to use either 24 or 26 inch wheels thanks to the movable brake brace on the rear.

    Weaknesses:    This bike is no light weight. You need to muscle this bike around. The stem tube could also do with being a little bit stronger, this is possibly the only slight weak spot that this bike has.


    Bottom Line:   
    This bike when set up propaly is rock hard. It can handle anything that you can throw at it. Great for duel slalom, urban attack and general abuse.
    The frame alone is easily worth $800 and can mix it with any of the competitors bikes. This bike is the best hardtail bike i've ridden.

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    Favorite Trail:   Not Specified

    Duration Product Used:   6 months

    Price Paid:    $300.00

    Purchased At:   Frame only, second hand

    Similar Products Used:   Orange Missile

    Bike Setup:   RST delta pro forks. Mavic 521 cd rims on deore hubs. Deore front mechanical disk brake. XTR rear v brake. XTR rear mech. LM downhill cranks. 36 tooth LM chainring. Tioga downhill 2.3 front tire. IRC Kujo 2.65 rear tire. Tioga cube stem.

    Overall Rating:5
    Value Rating:5
    Submitted by Vjekoslav Miloradovic a Weekend Warrior from Umeå, Sweden

    Date Reviewed: February 17, 2002

    Strengths:    The bike has very strong frame and some sections are made of square profiles. If u don’t care for weight than go for this one. It’s made for jumping and aggressive ride. I had KONA Caldera before this one but I realized that difference between those two is like to ride bull and the horse. It’s very nice filing to know that your bike will be one piece when u land on the ground. Good and proven English construction.
    STRONG
    GOOD LOOKING
    GOOD GEOMETRY


    Weaknesses:    Heavy, but people who like DH and jumping don’t like light things :)

    Bottom Line:   
    extreme bike, strong and mean look. Maybe original for that comes with bike is a little bit heavy but again, its not made for road racing.

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    Favorite Trail:   not specific

    Duration Product Used:   6 months

    Price Paid:    $2300.00

    Purchased At:   'BIKE' store, Umeå

    Similar Products Used:   KONA Caldera, GT Backwoods, GT Talerra

    Bike Setup:   front - shimano 575, rear - mavic 321 disc with lx hub, judy TT, LX and XT components, deore mechanic disc brakes

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