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Madonna V3 Frame Kit - Black

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Size and Rocker
Shock
Headset
Seatstay Option
Spring Rate
Spring Rate
Seatstay Option
Seatstay Option
Protective film

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Madonna V3 Frame Kit - Black 

The Madonna V3 is the most capable, adjustable, and durable bike we’ve ever built. It’ll take on the roughest tracks, the longest rides, all the while never shying away from a climb.

While we haven’t lost our focus on durability, we’ve added adjustability to make it even more versatile. The fourth iteration of the Madonna will have your back, no matter what.

If you want to learn more about the shock choice or the two different rocker link options, you can find all details about the Madonna V3 on this page.

The frames are regularly available with the rocker link options shown in the selection on the side. If you prefer a different rocker link, please send us an e-mail to hello@raawmtb.com and we will check the availability of the preferred configuration. 

Geometry

S M L XL XXL
Reach 430 455 480 505 530
Stack 637 650 664 677 677
Chainstay Length 445 445 450 455 455
BB Drop 35 35 35 35 35
Seat Tube Length 395 420 445 470 470
Virtual Seat Tube Angle 77 77 78 78 78
Head Tube Angle 64 64 64 64 64
Wheelbase 1216 1248 1284 1320 1346
Body Height in cm 158 - 170 167 - 180 177 - 190 186 - 199 195 - 208

(all dimensions in mm except for angles)

Specifications

Travel rear / front 160 / 170mm

Wheel size 29” (740–755mm) (27,5” rear option)

Max tyre width 2.6” (66mm)

Tyre clearance 84mm

Rear hub
148*12

Shifting One-by only, boost, 36t max (UDH / T-Type option)

BB 73mm BSA / ISCG05

Brake 203mm post mount

Seat tube diameter 31.6mm inside, 35mm outside

Internal seatpost routing Yes

Seatpost max insert S 220mm / M 245mm / L 268mm / XL & XXL 294mm

Headset 56 / 56 Zero stack

Cable routing All external

Shock hardware Ball bearings and hardware included

Bearings main pivot 2 x 6906-2RS1 (47*30*9)

Bearings rocker pivot
2 x 6002-2RS1 (32*15*9)

Bearings other pivots
8 x 6902-2RS1 (28*15*7)

Recommended fork dimensions
ATC 587,7mm – Offset 44mm

Shock dimensions
205*65 / 205*60 – Trunnion

Weight
3.9 kg (incl. all hardware, w/o shock, size M)

Material
AL 6066 T6

Finish options
Matt Black and raw with matt clear coat

Shock Options & compatibility

You want to use a different shock? We can only guarantee full compatibility with the Fox and Öhlins models we offer and recommend. However, the Madonna frame does offer ample clearance for almost all shocks. Only if the shock body or reservoir is too big it might interfere with the downtube or lower shock mount at full travel. You can find more information on the support page under "Compatibility information".

Contents

Madonna V3 Frame Kit

  • 1x Frame RAAW Madonna V3 – Finish Raw
  • 1x Seatpost clamp RAAW
  • 1x Protective film for the Madonna V3 (if selected)
  • 1x Chainstay Protector
  • 1x Seatstay Protector
  • 1x Down Tube Protector
  • 1x Brake mount 203 mm
  • Full Hardware for shock assembly
  • Nine Zip ties
  • Owners book
  • Welcome package

Option RAAW Seatstay

  • 1x RAAW Rear Wheel Axle
  • RAAW 7075 Rear Derailleur Hanger for mid position

Option UDH Seatstay

  • 1x RAAW X12 Axle 174mm
  • UDH hanger

Optional headset contains

  • 1x Headset Cane Creek - Hellbender 70

Optional shock choice

  • 1x Öhlins TTX22m.2 Coil incl. spring
  • 1x Öhlins TTX2 Air
  • 1x Fox Float X Factory 2pos lever
  • 1x Fox Float X2 Factory 2pos lever
  • 1x Fox DHX2 Factory 2pos lever incl. Fox SLS spring

 

Customer Reviews

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O.G.
A couple more things

Just a few things regarding my Medium frame to add to the review:

For those (like me) worried that they might have to run a smaller travel dropper post than they prefer: RAAW suggests that the minimum ride height for a Oneup V2 dropper is 718mm which is a bit conservative in my experience.

I have a 210 Oneup V2 dropper and from Mid BB to seat rails is 700mm. The post bottoms out 33mm from fully slammed. This may differ depending on the position of the actuator thingy at the bottom of the post? Seems like Mike Kazimer from Pinkbike had a similar experience to me on his size Large- he mentions it deep in the comments of his first ride review.

I would say listen to RAAW's recommendation to be safe, but there will likely be a bit more room than you expect. Also- if you're close; be sure to look at Oneup's dimension chart for their droppers as the V2 actually has a smaller total length than their V3 in some sizes.

I can just fit a 700ml (24oz) water bottle inside the front triangle.

Enough writing- time to go ride my sick new bike :)

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Orry Grant
First few rides- Initial impression

Today was my second day of riding my new Madonna V3 and so far I'm beyond stoked with this bike! I'm 177cm tall. Most of my rides are fire road climbs to relatively steep rocky/rooty descents near Nelson BC.

My previous bike was a '21 Stumpy EVO LTD Size S3, Mullet with a Meg Neg'd SuperDeluxe and a 170mm Zeb. I've always loved it; its agile, adjustable and capable. My only complaint was that is it felt slightly under-gunned on the steepest roughest trails at speed.

My Madonna is size Med with a Float X2, 170mm Fox 38 and mullet. I thought I'd be trading some of the Stumpy's agility for stability/composure however somehow I feel like I've got more of both. The amount of extra pop I've gained is insane; completely unexpected. On steep rough sections, the bike feels composed. It carries speed well, and the low BB makes the cornering amazing! I also couldn't believe how quickly I felt comfortable on the bike. It already feels like my bike. It doesn't claim to be a lightweight, but the climbing position is comfy.

Build quality, serviceability and durability seem 10/10 which was a major selling feature to me.

Shipping to Canada took 3weeks from the order date- pretty good IMO. Duty/taxes was about 10% of the total price. I was a minorly high maintenance customer, but Reuben was friendly, always responded quickly and helped put my mind at ease regarding sizing and shock choice.

I'm running out of characters but this bike is sick! I'll update my review after a few months.

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