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  1. #1
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    Redline Bikes Future

    I was talking to a SRAM employee this weekend and they told me that all Redline bikes other than BMX bikes were going to be discontinued (or are being discontinued) now that they are under ACCELL.

    Has anyone else heard this? Apparently ACCELL is restructuring their entire lineup of bike brands.
    '15 Niner Jet 9 Carbon
    '19 Karate Monkey
    Motobecane Boris
    Raleigh Willard 3, Furley & Militis 3 (SS)
    Nashbar Carbon Road

  2. #2
    Ride da mOOn Moderator
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    I was told by the rep no more adult line of Redlines...

  3. #3
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    That sucks, but they did switch the monocogs to AL. good thing I got a monobelt last year

  4. #4
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    This is sad. My 2007 Monocog Flight is still going strong, but I wanted to build a new bike this year. I tried to see if I could get a Monocog Flight frameset from multiple dealers and they all said no. I ended up getting a Salsa El Mariachi.

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