Foundry Cycles Broadaxe Carbon 29er

29er Video

How about a carbon 29er that costs $1749 and has a 10 year warranty? Foundry Cycles offers exactly that. No excuses for waiting to “try” a carbon 29er now! Not heard of Foundry? They are a no nonsense brand owned by QBP, the largest distributor of mountain bike parts in the US.

Rob from Foundry shows us the highlights of their all new carbon 29er called the Broadaxe.

The Broadaxe is a lively 29er for the rider that craves control and aggressive, point-n-shoot geometry. Thru-axles front and rear unify the frame and fork providing a level of control never before seen on a carbon hardtail. 17″ will available July 2012 and the 15″, 19″, and 21″ will be available November/December 2012.

Broadaxe Specifications

  • Broadaxe 29er B1 Shimano XTR: $5,799.00
  • Broadaxe 29er B2 SRAM X9: $3,699.00
  • Broadaxe 29er B3 SRAM X7: $2,999.00
  • Frameset: $1,749.00
  • Sizes: 15, 17, 19, 21″
  • Warranty: 10 Years (Original Owner)

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About the author: Gregg Kato

Gregg Kato studied journalism and broadcasting in college while working many different jobs including deejaying, driving a forklift and building web sites (not all at the same time). Kato enjoys riding local Santa Cruz trails. Besides being an avid mountain biker, he is also a motorcycle fanatic. Two wheels, one Passion.

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  • Pringle says:

    Wow, an X7 hardtail for three grand. That is pretty amazing.

  • James S says:

    I’m afraid I’m gonna have to jump on the naysayer bandwagon. The price is way too high. Especially considering that you can buy an On-One Lurcher frame for less than $700. I’m not sure I could trust one of those generic frames. but the On-One guys seem pretty legit to me. I know On-One cuts out the middle man to get prices that low, but that doesn’t quite explain the high price of the Broadaxe especially given the economics of scale in having QBP backing you. Heck, a Niner carbon frame can be had for just $150 more.

  • Karl says:

    Hell the King Kahuna is less than that, full carbon.

  • dr dre says:

    How can u try a 29er carbon for $1700 if it is only a frame?

    Fail, fail, fail


  • A says:

    A bit of a bait and switch there. Not impressed

  • Pringle says:

    Yeah, when I saw it would be a generic frame from QBP, and try it for only $1749, I thought it was a complete bike price, and at that price, I thought it might not be that bad of a deal. Almost competitive with ebay carbon, but with the backing of QBP. I’d pay a little more for that. Then I saw it was just the frame price. Eek!

  • David Seal says:

    Why call a brand “Foundry” if its bikes are Chinese made carbon fiber? It is disingenuous. The name is supposed to evoke the idea that the bikes are crafted, that they are ultra durable and metallic. Instead it is Chinese near slave labor. Sort of like the fake “surf” brands that materialized a few years back with full lines of pre-faded “surfer” jeans and hoodies. Fail. Give me a Surly, not this stuff, especially not with this name.

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