Mondraker Summum Carbon: Fastest bike on Earth

Mondraker Summum Carbon: Fastest bike on Earth
Mondraker (Chile) – After Danny Hart’s World Cup victories and winning the World Championships with 1-2-3 Podium places, it’s been confirmed that Summum Carbon is the fastest bike on planet Earth 167,6 kph.

Markus Stoeckl has done it again. At chilean Atacama Desert, from the top of a volcano at nearly 4000 m above sea level, on a breathtaking track with a maximum gradient of 45º and 650 m in length, Markus "V-Max" Stoeckl has managed to beat the World Speed Record on dirt on the Summum Carbon Pro Team.

"The conditions have been very demanding, the fragile and sandy terrain and the prevailing wind made the feat very challenging, but we finally made it!"

Check how the bike rides through the downhill and how it keeps the track without any unwanted side movement... "Markus' confidence in the Mondraker Summum Carbon with Zero Suspension System and Forward Geometry have proved to be decisive for success and beating the World Record!

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