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Thread: 2010 Cog size

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    2010 Cog size

    I have a 2007 Monocog Flight 29er (and love it). I was looking around on the redline site today and saw that the new Flight comes with a 16t cog... while the regular monocog 29er comes with a 20?

    Can this be right?

    I'm not purchasing a new bike anytime soon... just got confused when looking around

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    my 2010 monocog came with a 20-tooth cog. cranks and tires were different than redline listed though.
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    Is yours the 26 or 29er?

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    29er. gearing works for me on the trails i ride here in western WA, or in todays case, kicks my a$$. short, steep, loose climbs are the bane of my young ss-29er existence. once i stand up and start mashing, i lose traction. chicken legs don't help any, either. otherwise, i'm getting a good feel for this bike. the more i ride it, the more i like it.
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    I have the 07 Monocog Flight 29er and love it. I think the 20t cog works perfect for my terrain in Western NY. It must be a typo on their site when it says it has a 16t cog.

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    09 Monocog Flight has 18t cog.

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