Muddy Fox Huck Downhill Full Suspension

  • Bottom Bracket: Splined
  • Brakes: Hope Mono 6 Ti
  • Chainset: Truvativ Husselfelt wiith Bashguard
  • Forks: Marzocchi 888R 200mm Travel
  • Frame: 7005 Series Alloy monocoque
  • Grips: Muddyfox dual density
  • Saddle: Muddyfox Pure
  • Shock: Fox DHX 5.0 225mm

User Reviews (3)

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Diesel   Downhiller [Jun 13, 2007]
Strength:

Frame quality & adjusability, superior components (competition proven), unbelievable ground clearence, very unique bike frame that works.. hate to say this, but is probably better than many others in its price range.

Weakness:

Price! although justifiable given its ability and quality. Rear end can squirel a bit, but thats probably down to rear shock setup and very soft ruber compound tires & huge tyre size, having said that it can help to better compensate for speed over terain with at times having the extra flexing feel of the rear squireling factor.

Suprisingly impressive bike and better punishment/abuse handling capability than I initially thought. First thoughts were off-putting because of the Muddy Fox name not usually specializing in this area and some people where put off by the colour with no other colour options.. but what a suprising bike this is! I'm sorry to hear that the above person had a problem with his, must have been a defective one. This bike should be very sought after.

Similar Products Used: High Octane 1, Stab Supreme, Iron Horse Sunday World Cup to name some.
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
4
luke   Downhiller [Sep 03, 2006]
Strength:

forks, cranks, brakes and most of the components

Weakness:

frame, i broke the frame on a 25foot drop, aviod this bike, i weigh 148pounds and the frame craked on the down tube.

aviod this cheaply made high priced bike, get a decent bike.

Similar Products Used: specialized enduro expert which handled 30foot drops easily.
OVERALL
RATING
1
VALUE
RATING
1
Mike   Downhiller [Oct 06, 2006]
Strength:

FRAME: Fantastic geometry. Adjustability is great! Rear and Front end feel perfectly balanced with 888 RC2X's up front. 11" travel up back end, AMAZING, everything absorbed, use a slightly harder spring than your weight needs and you got urself about 9" off standard travel and 2" extra for the ultra hard smacks. MENTAL! Extremely stiff frame, re-enforced everywhere! Can't really comment on component selection as it was a custom build.

Weakness:

NONE, although, slightly limited selection of bottom brackets due to the massive 100mm shell size/66mm chainline measurements.

Well Worth EVERY PENNY!

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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