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  1. #626
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    Just grabbed this beauty off CL.

    This bike was truly loved and I'm super stoked to get it out and about. Just need it to stop snowing!!!!

    My first 29er and first SS!

    Sorry for the horrible, it really is snowing here in Kansas City!


    15" Monocog Flight
    Carbon Seat Post
    BB7's
    Flat Specialized bars
    Salsa Stem (too long for me)
    Salsa seat collar
    Custom built WTB i23 rims with X9 hubs
    Fox F29 RLC

    Though I don't have too many miles yet, I love this bike!!
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    Did it quit snowing yet? Karma will give you a great ride when you finally get to throw a leg over it.
    It's also called hassle factor. The more inconvenience and/or hassle you encounter, the more enjoyment you will receive.

    Nice SS. Really nice build! Congratulations!

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    It has as of today! Though it did again last night! Craziness!!

    I have a ride planned for Tuesday and hopefully it will dry out by then.

    Thanks for the words, but I will admit I had nothing to do with the build. I bought it set up like this and you can tell the former owner really loved this bike!

    Big fan of this ride!!
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    I had a 2010 D660 and had to get rid of it. So when I saw this frame on eBay HAD to get it!!! Built it up last night and heading to the trails after work today.
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    Single Speed - It's All About The Pain!!!

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    Love the color! Looks awesome. I had a Gary Fisher that was painted like that.
    I noticed though that your signature doesn't match the bike. (Single Speed - It's All About The Pain ! ! !) Looks like you've come to the dark side!! Welcome!
    I hope your seatpost is a super long one. It looks like it is out really far. (again, just like my Fisher) I had an extra long one just to be certain I was past the intersection point of the seat tube and top tube. I was always paranoid of it causing a crack from the leverage caused from my overweight arse.
    So you took it out....How was it? I love maiden voyages on "new" bikes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DEmbry View Post
    I had a 2010 D660 and had to get rid of it. So when I saw this frame on eBay HAD to get it!!! Built it up last night and heading to the trails after work today.
    That's a story I frequently hear - someone gets rid of one, only to have to have to get another one.

    Just something about these bikes.

    I know mine will never be replaced - though I think it is about due for a strip and powdercoat...
    Oh noes. I'm going to drink the Kool-Aid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jcaino View Post

    Just something about these bikes.
    Roger That!!!

    Single Speed - It's All About The Pain!!!

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    Just picked up a Monocog 29er. (2008 im guessing)



    The stem/handlebars were awful.


    Swapped some parts and got a 42 chainring for road riding, its going to be dual duty. Still need to trim the bars.


    Also have a correct seatpost and real flat pedals on the way. Then its time for brakes.

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    D440 commuter/offroad bikepacker

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    Here's my urban monster cross...

    Stans Crest, 2.3 Big Apples, Salsa Wood Chipper 2, and White Brothers Rock Solid 445...

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    Trying the suspension fork thing again...

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    Black grips now to tone down the gold/yellow a bit:
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    Alot nices bikes, I'm picking up a Redline Monocog 26 this weekend

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    Picked up my monocog, has alot of work to make trail worthy. Does anyone know what year it is? Previous owner used it only for commuting.
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    That would probably be a 2006.

    2006 Redline Monocog - BikePedia

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    See if this works:

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    My 08(?) Monocog 29er. The frame and seat post are the only original parts left
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    I am not repeating myself I am not repeating myself!

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    Tunnel

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    Love this pic! ^^^^^^
    Sorry about that. I was a little bit drunk.

    Where are we going and why am I in this handbasket?

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    Reba on:
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    Redline MonoCog with upgrades

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    Show us your Redlines here-20140421_185543.jpg
    '11 Redline MonoCog Flight 29er
    '10 Windsor Cliff 29er SS
    '09 Trek 4300

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    My 2014 Monocog Flight

    Couldn't find any good information or pictures on this bike before I purchased it. If anyone has questions post them up and I'll answer as best as I can.

    I can also get some better pictures of the components and total bike. Only changes I've made were to toss some old BB7's on to replace the BB5's with some better cable housings. All else is currently stock.
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    Nice bike. Like the color.
    What cable housing did you use? Is that Sram?

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    Cable housing is Yokozuna Reaction:

    Yokozuna Reaction Shift/Brake Cable Kit MTB | Yokozuna | Brand | www.PricePoint.com

    Used the shift cables on my Titus El Guapo and the brake cables here. They still seem a bit long so I'll trim them down soon. The cable housing is much stiffer than most others so correct length is fairly important. Gives a MUCH better shifting and braking feel than the original cables/housings.

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