velospace is about bikes and the people who ride them marketplace photos random forums

Redline Monocog - Back to single speed.

Bike tags: Mountain bike | 29er | dirt drops | Monster Cross

Redline Monocog 19 inch

Orign8 Gary bars - taller Veloswap Stem -

1990's era King headset and generic fork

Alex RM 18, Redline hubs/ WTB Stout 2.3

Alex RM 18/ Vandessel Flip Flop hub/ WTB Stout 2.3 tires (Veloswap )


Prostate killer Bontrager (now covered with Italian pigskin after drilling relief holes (totally cool!)/ Generic post

Crank Brothers eggs / Sram PC91 chain

Suntor downtube shifters mounted to down tube brace.

Avid BB7 Front, generic Vbrakes rear Ebay road V brake levers.

32 / 42 front rings (right foot as front shifter) 18 23 30 rear cogs old XT shifter on redline singlespeed hub


I got another one - looks the same and put a fat front on it.
:) Joy

People who friended this bike matchee, the fumingator, Uriel, Aaron C, loopgaroo, Mu_Empire, suicide_doors, Rood, deiseldog706, axe_somebody

love it

so many great touches.

Love it! I was thinking of

Love it! I was thinking of doing the same thing to my Jamis Dragon 29er.

This thing is gnarly looks

This thing is gnarly looks so much fun to ride running over everything

ingenuity - yes!

Right on! I dig all your clever mods... you solved issues without needing to run to the store and getting your wallet out! Really clever solutions, that bike looks like a blast to ride! It's awesome getting out in the dirt with the little one, I started that about a year ago with my daughter when she turned 5... now, she can't wait to jump on the 20" GT BMX I built for her to get dusty and dirty on.

Great job!!!

"I'd rather add more life to my years, than years to my life!" -J. Pierce Spaceman3/Spiritualized


The bike is a blast.. but I traded it for a laptop for my school work (I am a professor)... as soon as the training wheels come off.. my son it going to be jamming on the trails!! (I can still tow him with the Heckler, but it does make the suspension weird)...

Ride more!

Nature to be commanded, must be obeyed.

velospace | About | Privacy Policy | Terms of Service | contact | blog | status | site map | ©