Redline Monocog Bike 29″ Singlespeed
Redline Monocog Bike 29″
Order the Redline Monocog Bike. 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. Ride Redline.
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- BIKE FRAME Full Chromoly Disc
- BIKE FORK Chromoly Disc
- BIKE HEADSET FSA Impact Integrated 1 1/8″
- BIKE CRANKS Proline 2pc Alloy Forged Cranks 175mm w/24mm Chromo Spindle
- BIKE SPROCKET Alloy, 104 BCD, 32t
- BIKE BOTTOM BRACKET Sealed External Euro
- BIKE COGSET 18t
- BIKE CHAIN KMC Z33
- BIKE FRONT HUB Formula Alloy Disc, QR, 32h
- BIKE REAR HUB Formula Alloy Disc, Cassette Spaced for Single Speed, Nutted, 32h
- BIKE SPOKES 14g
- BIKE RIMS Alloy DDM-2 Double Wall, Disc
- BIKE TIRES Vee Rail, 29 x 2.25
- BIKE BRAKE LEVERS Tektro ML520
- BIKE PEDALS Monster PC, Sealed Bearing, Ultra Low profile w/ Broached Chromo Spindle
- BIKE HANDLEBAR Alloy, 740mm Wide, 15mm Rise, 9 Deg Back, 5 Deg Up, 35mm
- BIKE GRIPS Redline Monster 151, No Flange
- BIKE STEM Alloy, 3D Forged, 40mm, 35mm Bar Bore
- BIKE SEAT Redline MTB
- BIKE SEATPOST Alloy, 26.8 X 350mm
|Bike Stand Over Height||721 mm||753 mm||796 mm||819 mm|
|Bike Seat Tube Length||385 mm||432 mm||482 mm||535 mm|
|Bike Top Tube Length||585 mm||603 mm||625 mm||640 mm|
|Bike Head Tube Length||95 mm||100 mm||110 mm||115 mm|
|Bike Head Angle||68||68||68||68|
|Bike Seat Angle||74||74||74||74|
|Bike Wheel Base||1121 mm||1140 mm||1163 mm||1179 mm|
|Bike Chain Stay Length||450 mm||450 mm||450 mm||450 mm|
|Bike Fork Offset||46 mm||46 mm||46 mm||46 mm|
|Bike Bb Height||292 mm||292 mm||292 mm||292 mm|
|Bike Bb Drop||65 mm||65 mm||65 mm||65 mm|
|Bike Stack||582 mm||586 mm||596 mm||600 mm|
|Bike Reach||418 mm||435 mm||454 mm||468 mm|
|Bike Fork Length||481 mm||481 mm||481 mm||481 mm|
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Redline Monocog 29er Review
Great on the trail, extremely durable and very cool looking (simple, but that’s why it’s cool). The Monocog from Redline is a very versatile single speed mountain bike that will convert your energy the best way possible. With good geometry, full chromoly steel frame and fork and 29” wheels, the Monocog can roll over anything.
For additional control over the bike and incredible stopping power, you are equipped with Tektro MD-M300 mechanical disc brakes with 160 mm rotors. It’s a light, durable and extremely FAST bike. The quality and combination of components that you get for this price are unbelievable.
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Who is this bike for?
Proline 2pc Alloy Forged Cranks 175mm w/24mm Chromo Spindle
Sealed External Euro
Alloy DD-2 Double Wall
Vee Rail, 29 x 2.25
Alloy, 740mm Wide, 11mm Rise, 7 Deg Back, 5 Deg Up
Alloy, 3D Forged, 40mm
Alloy, 26.8 X 350mm
FSA Impact Integrated 1 1/8"
The perfect bicycle for trails and gravel. If you want to feel like a kid again, the Redline Monocog will enable you that. You will love this bike for the quality and for the price.
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Redline Bikes Monocog 29 Single Speed Mountain Bike 19" Frame, Green, 19" / Large
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2021 Redline Bikes Monocog 29 Single Speed Mountain Bike 19" Frame, Green, 19" / Large
2021 Redline bicycles Bike
The redline monocog is a steel single speed 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 704mm 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 single track. Full chromoly steel frame and fork are durable for years of riding
Tektro mechanical disc brakes offer ample stopping power
Durable double wall aluminum alloy 29 inch wheels keep you rolling over obstacles
Vee rail 29x2. 25 inch tires grip well in gravel and are efficient enough for paved roads
Mountain Bike by Redline bicycles
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2021 Redline Bikes Monocog 29 Single Speed Mountain Bike 19" Frame, Green, 19" / Large Full Specification
|Model||Bikes Monocog 29 Single Speed Mountain Bike 19" Frame, Green, 19" / Larg|
|Features||Full chromoly steel frame and fork are durable for years of riding.Vee rail 29x2.25 inch tires grip well in gravel and are efficient enough for paved roads.Pedals includedTektro mechanical disc brakes offer ample stopping power.Durable double wall aluminum alloy 29 inch wheels keep you rolling over obstacles.|
|Manufacturer||Accell North America -- Dropship|
|MPN / Part Number||06-0200012|
Test: Redline D660 29er
Redline only offers two mountain bike models, the MonoCog and D Series. The MonoCog is a single-speed, fully rigid bike rolling on 26- or 29-inch wheels and your choice of a chromoly or aluminum frame. The MBA wrecking crew heartily recommends the MonoCog to riders who want to try the unique world of single-speed riding (or 29-inch wheels) at an unbelievably low entry fee.
The D Series adds more versatility to the original MonoCog idea of having a lot of fun for not a lot of money. There are three D Series bikes, from the $579 fully rigid D440 to our test bike, the top-of-the-D-heap D660.
WHO IS IT MADE FOR?
The D660 is made for the trail rider who navigates rolling or flat singletrack and dirt roads and doesn’t want a lot of technology to worry about setting up or servicing. It will appeal to riders who already ride a dual-suspension trailbike and want a second bike that harks back to a simpler time. Riding a single-speed can turn well-worn trails into new experiences. Finally, it will appeal to the rider looking for a new challenge.
WHAT IS IT MADE FROM?
The D660 uses a traditional double-triangle, aluminum hardtail frame with forged dropouts and chainstay yoke. The frame has a replaceable derailleur hanger and will only accept disc brakes. Redline doesn’t go for giant or wild hydroformed tubes. In fact, the tubes are so compact that many riders asked if our D660 was a chromoly frame.
WHAT COMPONENTS STAND OUT?
It is the missing component that makes the biggest impression. In place of the front derailleur is a shark fin chainguide. That’s because the D660 29er is a nine-speed. Up front, you get a 34-tooth chainring to spin a nine-speed cassette with a cog range of 32 teeth to 11 teeth. You can think of the D660 as a MonoCog with eight more gear choices or a regular mountain bike with 18 fewer gear choices. Redline did weld a cable guide behind the seat tube in case you want to add a front derailleur later.
HOW DOES IT PERFORM?
Hop in the WTB Rocket V saddle (a great way to start any ride) and grab the wide bars. The lack of clutter at the bar and the in-the-middle feel of this 29er make a rider feel comfortable from the first pedal. The flat bar was the right choice, and you know its width will be welcomed, especially when the going gets steep.
Spinning along: The D660’s relatively light weight and solid chassis allow the rider to bring it up to speed with relative ease. The big wheels silence trail chatter and are a big advantage in the soft sections of the trail. The D660 rolls straight and true through sand. It is refreshing to only work one derailleur, and we found that running in the largest or smallest cog was not detrimental to the bike’s chainline. Redline did a great job of positioning the Truvativ Stylo crank in the sweet spot.
Cornering: Redline has their 29er geometry worked out so the bike feels light and maneuverable in the tight stuff and stable on fast descents. The Maxxis Ignitor tires were another intelligent spec, and running 35 psi front and back resulted in great traction and pinch-flat-free performance. Have you heard the one about toe overlap of the front wheel on 29ers? Honestly, you’d have to have size 14 shoes or your cleat mounted to the shoe’s heel to experience toe overlap on the D660.
Climbing: The lowest gear combination available is a 34:32, and that would have you believe that this bike is intended only for the flatlands. Not true. The right rider, using skill and determination, will be able to work the D660 up just about anything. This bike is designed to challenge its rider, not coddle him. The wide bar feels great when torquing up the steep stuff in or out of the saddle.
Descending: The quality fork and big wheels will get you down the trail faster (way faster) than a similarly equipped 26er. It just doesn’t feel faster. That’s because the big wheels are not as much fun when bunnyhopping obstacles, lifting the front wheel or pumping the trail. These are all maneuvers where 26ers still hold the edge.
Braking: The wrecking crew is spoiled. We typically ride expensive hydraulic brakes, so it takes a bike like the D660 to remind us how good mechanical disc brakes have become. The Avid brakes offer plenty of power to slow the big hoops down, and it doesn’t hurt to have the traction of those 29er tires working the trail.
TRICKS, UPGRADES OR TIPS?
You could convert the tire/wheels to tubeless, but you don’t have to. Just add a packet of Gu (to your mouth, not the bike) and go ride.
Redline will never rival the big guys for product selection, but they give every bike company a run for the smiles-per-mile award. The D660 is a blast to ride, and did we mention that it comes at a great price? If you are getting into our great sport after making the mistake of buying a $198 mountain bike, the D660 will make you feel ready to enter a World Cup event (compared to your old bike). If your current bike set you back thousands of dollars and has smoothed every bump in the trail and leveled the toughest hills, the D660 can bring the challenge back into your riding. The D660 works on a lot of levels, and they are all fun.
29er redline mountain bike
2011 Redline 29er Mountain Bikes, Geared and Single Speeds
Redline’s got several new 29er models coming September 1, both geared and suspended and steel-framed single speed with rigid forks.
Shown above is the D660, their race-oriented model that comes with new SRAM 2×10 drivetrain (a mix of X9 shifters, rear der and X7 front der) and Tektro’s new Draco hydraulic disc brakes. The fork is a 100mm Rockshox Reba SL and the frame is double butted aluminum alloy with forged dropouts, and extruded chainstay yoke and brake bridge, and it comes with a lifetime frame warranty. Ritchey Pro bar, stem and post, and Alex DP20 wheels with WTB Prowler SL 29er tires round out the package. MSRP is $1,799.
Check the other models after the break…
The D660 from the front.
Next down the line is the D600, which has a 6061 double butted front triangle, SRAM X5 2×9 drivetrain, Avid BB5 disc brakes and Rockshox Dart 3 fork. Alex Dh19 wheels with WTB rubber wrap it up. MSRP is $899.
The 2011 Redline Monocog Flight 29er is, as the name implies, a singlespeed, and the “Flight” model is their top of the line. The frame and fork are Sanko chromoly, with a butted fork and double butted front triangle. It comes outfitted with an FSA crank with 32-18 gearing, Alex DP20 rims with Redline sealed hubs and Avid BB5 disc brakes. MSRP is $989.
The Monocog 29 gets a full chromoly frame with 135 spacing and disc tabs, but is spec’d with Tektro vee-brakes. Fork is chromoly, too, and also gets disc tabs for future upgrades. Spec is SRAM 5D cranks with 33-16 gearing, Alex Dh19 ano black rims with Redline sealed hubs and Kenda tires. MSRP is $549.
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