Mondraker’s 2017 Foxy R is one awesome trail-slaying machine! With 140mm of Zero Suspension System travel and Mondraker’s advanced Forward Geometry, it’s ready to take on everything you can throw at it, from trail centre challenges to epic backcountry rides. Add a Fox 34 fork and DPS shock, an 11-speed Shimano drivetrain and a RockShox Reverb dropper post, and you’ve got a superbly-balanced all-rounder. It retails for £3,499 – but it could be yours for free if you win our competition!


To go with your new bike, we’re also giving away a Witter ZX504 towbar-mounted bike rack, worth £602.40. The rack tilts with bikes onboard so you can still open your boot, locks to your towbar and can hold up to four bikes. For a chance to win this amazing prize, all you have to do is answer one question! So, what are you waiting for?

Question: How many Mondraker Summum bikes made it onto the podium at the 2016 Downhill World Championships in Val di Sole, Italy?

  1. Three
  2. Five
  3. One

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Alex EvansSenior technical editor

Alex Evans is BikeRadar’s senior mountain bike technical editor. He started racing downhill at the tender age of 11 before going on to compete across Europe. Alex moved to Morzine in the French Alps at 19 to pursue a career as a bike bum and clocked up an enormous amount of riding. Hitting those famous tracks day in, day out for eight years, he broke more bikes than he can remember. Alex then moved back to the UK and put his vast knowledge of mountain biking to good use by landing a job working for MBUK magazine as features editor. Since working for MBUK, Alex’s focus has moved to bike tech. He’s one of BikeRadar’s lead testers and knows how to push bikes and products to the limit, searching out the equipment that represents the best value for money. Alex is also a dedicated eMTB rider, and still dabbles in racing of a sort, doing his best to top the Strava leaderboard on the steepest, gnarliest and twistiest trails the Tweed Valley has to offer – just for fun, of course. Alex is also a regular on the BikeRadar YouTube channel and BikeRadar podcast.