The rains are here and it may not be the perfect time to go for a bicycle ride...

...but that opinion might just change when you have a look at this

Firefox has been around in the Indian bicycle market for quite some time now and if you haven’t heard of ‘em, you better put that slice of pizza down and pay attention.


According to Firefox, a full suspension bicycle is mostly a mountain bike packed with serious hardware to hammer up and bomb down hills, and the company claims the new Firefox Razor 26 D is for adrenaline junkies and provides an effortless ride over rocky terrain. Perfect for Indian roads, then.

The Razor 26 D is available in two colours, black and parrot-green. It’s engineered with impressive features and grants you some serious kit for your money. For starters, it is equipped with a 50mm front suspension from Zoom and a 750 LB back suspension. The frameset measures 18 inches and comprises a steel Full Suspension frame.

The drivetrain consists of a steel 24/34/42,170mm crank, 7-speed Shimano EF51 shifters, Shimano TX50 front derailleur, Shimano TX35B rear derailleur and a Steel 5 Pcs BB set. But what’s really impressive is the inclusion of the Tektro Novela Disc Brake at the front; the back gets a regular steel "V" brake with Shimano levers. The rims are a double-wall alloy affair with regular 26 x 2.10in tyres.

This 21-speed Razor 26 D can be yours for just 15,360. What’s that? You say you could buy hundreds of pizzas with that much money? Never mind then, but if you change your mind, check it out here.