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    Good job! Redline Monocog Flite

    Just wanted to say for anyone considering purchasing one of these, GO FOR IT. We built up two of them at the shop today and I can't say enough about what a deal they are, and how top-notch all the components are. Its all Ritchey components and some pretty nice Alex rims (didn't realize they made nice rims really?). Built up a 19" is right around 22lbs fully stock, not bad given the fact the frame is pretty overbuilt and it uses some pretty beefy parts. I think I know what I'm buying next.
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    Did they make a bigger one yet?

    Do you know if they made one bigger yet like an XL 20-22" in either steel or aluminum their 19" size is a wee bit small for many of us.
    Two Wheeled and Too Big

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    cool

    the owner where I got my Redline just bought a Flight & just got a steel cuz they didnt have them when I got mine BUT I still love it! it got his down to 21 LBS

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    I agree-they are nice bikes for the money.

    I just bought the steel version and had Avid discs installed before it even left the shop. I got a really nice steel SS with disc for less then 550 bucks.

    I'm pretty pleased with myself

    George

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    Here's a pic...............

    Here a pic..............kinda crappy pic

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    Quote Originally Posted by York_PA_Rider
    I agree-they are nice bikes for the money.

    I just bought the steel version and had Avid discs installed before it even left the shop. I got a really nice steel SS with disc for less then 550 bucks.

    I'm pretty pleased with myself

    George
    Awesome, and what a STEEL!!!! AHAHAHAHAHA!!!
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    Wow!

    Quote Originally Posted by York_PA_Rider
    Here a pic..............kinda crappy pic
    it looks great with Disc brakes cant wait to add them to my 04 Mono-cog I dont like you anymore!

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    I have the Avid's on my hardtail and I am spoiled I guess. That and I HATE the sound of rim brakes when they have mud on them.

    Kinda like fingernails on a chalkboard

    I did a really nice ride this weekend with it, really surprised myself-I was faster then some of the younger guys with gears.

    Not bad for an old fart

    George

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    Just purchased one the other day. I put Avid Disk brakes on mine, as well. I'm going to be using mine as more of a road SS.

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