How much is a Redline Monocog Flight frame and fork worth?- Mtbr.com
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    How much is a Redline Monocog Flight frame and fork worth?

    What does the frame and fork go for new? I cant find any info about suggested MSRP on it online. Even read through some build threads hoping somebody would mention the price. No luck.


    Anybody know first hand?
    Anybody want to at least take a stab?
    300?
    400?

    Bueller?

    Thanks!
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    Sheepo:

    I never see them unless they are blowouts...

    ...but try emailing Redline or call your LBS that carries them for a better price!

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    Thats probably a good idea. I know of one in the state that carries em. Ill give em a ring.
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    What year is it? I got my Monocog complete for $500. It was used and from a friend and its a 2010.
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    I've only seen completes, but the value of that bike is definitely in the frame, not the kit.

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    J3sseb, dont know the model year. The one in question is all satin black with grey lettering.

    I know the monocog is a totally different animal than the Flite which is butted sanko crome-moly.


    If I had to guess I would say 300-500 for the frame and fork combo. I figure thats what a typical butted 4130 frame and fork retails for.
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    Sheepo my LBS has 2011 Redlines complete for $450 with rim brakes. I have owned a Redline before and regrettably I sold it. I want another one.

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    If it was me, I wouldn't pay more than $300.00 for a frame/fork combo that was new. Used - wouldn't go over $175.00. Is it just a frame/fork - no headset, post, clamp?

    Also, what would it cost you to build up the rest of it?

    edit - I bought my wife a monocog flight complete (new) and paid $450.00 for it, about 4 years ago or so. The spec list for it was not 'gucci' but good enough to shred on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by boostin View Post
    If it was me, I wouldn't pay more than $300.00 for a frame/fork combo that was new. Used - wouldn't go over $175.00. Is it just a frame/fork - no headset, post, clamp?

    Also, what would it cost you to build up the rest of it?

    edit - I bought my wife a monocog flight complete (new) and paid $450.00 for it, about 4 years ago or so. The spec list for it was not 'gucci' but good enough to shred on.
    You sure you bought a flight for that? What kind of drop outs does it have?
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    I actually won this frame and fork combo last sunday at the Skyway Epic.

    Planned to put it on Ebay last night but actually found an owner in the parking lot before my ride yesterday. I gave it to him for $250.

    Really wanted to keep it and build it up but it is a 17 in and I would have needed a 19in to fit.

    Thanks for everyones help!
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