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    Caution;  Merge;  Workers Ahead! Show us your Redlines here

    [SIZE=4]Show all your Redline pics here:

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    ... and if we just ... Here's mine!

    29ers and a 26er:

    Monocog 26er
    Monocog 29er
    Mono 9 29er





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    its nice to see redline with their own forum now


    since this picture i have put on a shorter stem and replaced the headset. i am planning on putting on a carbon fork next. after a few rides on this bike i sold my full squish 26er, and now exclusivly ride this one.

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    New Redline mono9

    I just got this last week!



    Really like the look and ride.

    07 Redline mono9
    97 Specialized Hardrock AX

    My blog http://readyforaredline29er.blogspot.com/

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    '08 Monocog when it was brand spankin' new.
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    My favorite bike. 07' Monocog Flight 29
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    D440 maiden voyage

    Redline D440.jpg




    Picked this up yesterday. Felt good on the short ride I was able to take it on today. The graphics on the paint look much better live than in this photo. Dropped the chain once at the beginning of the ride , but later found that the jump stop had moved out of position.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edge29er
    My favorite bike. 07' Monocog Flight 29



    Sweet paintjob! You do it yourself?

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    Here's mine - '08 Monocog (17") upgraded with Titec Jones Bar on Thompson stem and Shimano M647 pedals.





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    Two versions: Not fixed and fixed. Same frame though

    Currently set up as a fixie.
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    And a good day to you sir!

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    Just ordered mine...

    I just ordered one of these. I'm planning on using it as a mucky weather bike...one i don't care about if it gets totally filthy.

    Any other ride impressions to share? Likes? Dislikes? How are the wheels?

    I'm upgrading the brakes to Avid bb5s, and changing the cockpit to race face stuff I have lying around in teh basement. Other than that, I'm gonna leave it stock until something breaks.

    Thanks!

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    Redline D440.jpg




    Picked this up yesterday. Felt good on the short ride I was able to take it on today. The graphics on the paint look much better live than in this photo. Dropped the chain once at the beginning of the ride , but later found that the jump stop had moved out of position.

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    Quote Originally Posted by badgermtb
    I just ordered one of these. I'm planning on using it as a mucky weather bike...one i don't care about if it gets totally filthy.

    Any other ride impressions to share? Likes? Dislikes? How are the wheels?

    I'm upgrading the brakes to Avid bb5s, and changing the cockpit to race face stuff I have lying around in teh basement. Other than that, I'm gonna leave it stock until something breaks.

    Thanks!
    Unfortunately for me the trails have been pretty wet since I bought it , so I really don't know exactly how everything is going to feel. The only off-road riding was the couple miles I did the first day out.However, I have put about 30 road miles on it and like what I feel so far. The bars are a bit wide at a little over 27" , so I might cut them down a little. I'm the wrong guy to tell you about the quality of the wheels and stuff because the bike I was riding before was about ten years old , so it all feels good to me.I like the rigid fork because that's what I'm used to and I think you'll find the standard V brakes it comes with work very well. The 8 speed is perfect but, you might want to get some softer grips.

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    Not strcitly a MTB,

    but I did ride it on [bone dry] single track today. Gotta love Colorado in February
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    VERY NICE! One day I'll get me one too.
    07 Redline mono9
    97 Specialized Hardrock AX

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    here's my flight in SS/Rigid mode:


    1x9/road mode:


    its currently 1x9 with M29 fork, but i haven't taken an updated photo

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    New MC Flight SS build.

    New Flight before riding and after ...
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    "You know how they make aluminum bike frames? They take steel and suck out all the soul..."

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    Cool-blue Rhythm Mono 9

    My new Mono 9 build:

    RL Mono 9 Sanko steel frame
    Origin-8 carbon fork, bars and seatpost
    08 Shimano LX dual control levers, hydro brakes and rear derail., 07 XT front derail.
    FSA I-drive crank/BB
    Bontrager Race Lite wheels
    Bontrager Jones AC tires (w/ 700 x 35-44 tubes)
    Cane Creek S3 headset and generic carbon spacers
    Zeus aluminum stem
    Older Time ATAC pedals
    Blackburn stainless H2O cage
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    Sweet ride! I was gonna ask howz it ride but I see all of that white stuff on the ground might hinder a good ride report.

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    http://velospace.org/node/7955

    there's the velo link. it's a 26" mono cog with some 'stuff' done to it. not pictured is blue bar tape, and purpble brake cable. brake setup will be different soon to

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    Got lazy with the SS, so I made is a 1x9





    XT Short cage rear, Sram PG-950. I forgot who made the chaintug/hanger but I got it though Greasy Comb. Had to do a little dremel work to the tug to get it to fit in the dropouts. I also need to take some off that bolt.

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    Monocog 29er - stock, for now. Immediate plans call for clipless pedals and losing the reflectors, but little else for awhile. Maybe discs in a year or two. I absolutely love the simplicity of this bike.

    You all know what these look like stock, so here's a pic of it's maiden "bike path" voyage with my little future mtb'er. Will be hitting the trail with it soon, hopefully with the friend that bought my old Hardrock Comp Disc.


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    Dirt = Love

    my pride and joy. out of all my bikes, this one gets the most use by far. the dirt color paint job was the best thing redline ever did for this bike. it looks great no matter how nasty it gets...

    you guys with the stock rigid forks on these bikes are tough. i rode it rigid for two months, and my arms are still sore.
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    Picked up my '08 Monocog 29er today (bday gift from my wife). Can't wait to take it out on the trail this weekend. Hope to have time to stop and take a couple photos on her maiden voyage.



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    i think that anthem of yours is going to be jealous its not going to get much use anymore. i sold my full squish 26 a few months after i got my monocog last summmer.

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