Mondraker's Summum was probably the most talked about downhill bike of 2010, and now the frameset is available in two special edition colourways to mark the Spanish bike company's 10th anniversary.
Riders can choose from a yellow frame with blue anodised linkages or a black one with purple linkages, each with a matching jersey. Keen followers of the UCI World Cup may remember seeing team riders Fabien Barel and Damien Spagnolo on identically coloured bikes last year.
Underneath the new paint is a standard 2011 Pro Team frame, complete with a Fox RC4 shock, carbon fibre shock guard, geometry adjustment kit and headset. Available in medium or large, the framesets cost £2,399 in the UK via distributors Silverfish. You can read a full review of last year's Summum here, and take a look at Barel's 2010 bike here.