The Monocog is a steel singlespeed 29er for the ultimate in simplicity. A chromoly frame and fork makes for old-school style and gives you the smooth ride quality that steel is known for. Durable double wall 29-inch wheels let your roll over obstacles, whether you are on the road or cruising on trails. Tektro mechanical disc brakes and a nice, wide 740mm riser handlebar round out the package for great control and a comfortable riding position. This fully rigid mountain bike is at home on trails, gravel roads, and even pavement to give you a versatile ride that’s plenty fun on the singletrack.
FrameFull 4130 Chromoly Disc
Fork TypeChromoly Disc
HeadsetFSA Impact Integrated 1 1/8"
CranksProline 2pc Alloy Forged Cranks 175mm w/24mm Chromo Spindle
SprocketAlloy, 104 BCD, 32t
Bottom BracketSealed External Euro
Front HubFormula Alloy Disc, Nutted, 32h
Rear HubFormula Alloy Disc, Cassette Spaced for Single Speed, Nutted, 32h
RimsAlloy DD-2 Double Wall, Disc
TiresVee Rail, 29 x 2.25
BrakesTektro MD-M300, Mechanical Disc
Brake LeversTektro ML520
PedalsMonster PC, Sealed Bearing, Ultra Low profile w/ Broached Chromo Spindle
HandlebarAlloy, 740mm Wide, 11mm Rise, 7 Deg Back, 5 Deg Up,
GripsRedline Monster 151, No Flange
StemAlloy, 3D Forged, 40mm
Seat PostAlloy, 26.8 X 350mm
Great bike at a great price....You don't need to spend huge dollars to enjoy trail riding...
I have a 10 year old Monocog 29er. It has been my favorite bike!!! Over the years I have upgraded parts as they needed replacement with carbon bar and forks. In addition I added White Industries Freewheel Hub. It has been an old friend through many thousands of miles of riding.
Submitted: 3 months ago
By: Oldschool Bob
We have a winner
Great bike that is loads of fun and built well. And this paint color is amazing.
Submitted: 6 months ago
I've been riding a monocog for the last six or more years. It is my only trail bike and I love it. Everything has been upgraded, but the stock parts are solid. Great bike!
Submitted: 9 months ago
Mono cog rules
I purchased my MONO About seven years ago just unbelievable how much fun this thing is it takes you back to the time of being a kid jumping over a homemade ramp. To go out just to have fun or hard-core Riding it’s my first pick.
Submitted: 9 months ago
OMG this thing handles well!
As 2010 New Hampshire State Champion in Cat 1 Single Speed, I was very impressed with this bike. Although it was heavier than what I was racing at the time and doesn't have suspension, this bike really handles well for $700. As a matter of fact, it handles better than my $2k race bike from 2010.
Submitted: 1 year ago