Redline Monobelt 29er Hardtail

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MSRP : $1700.00


Product Description

The specially built 4130 double butted chromoly belt drive Mono cog frame with a Rockshox Reba fork makes the single speed experience even better.

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Want to buy small or medium Redline Monobelt, if you are getting rid of one.

if anyone is deciding to sell a Redline Monobelt, please PM me. I know there are others, in particular the Honey Badger, but I like Redlines. thanks in advanceRead More »

Redline Monobelt vs Raleigh XXIX (belt drive) vs HoneyBadger

I'm looking to get back into biking, been riding muni for the past five years, we're moving to the West and I need a bike to get at those hard to reach places where a muni is just too tiring and slow. Previous SS included a 29" Monocog, a 29" Bianchi Rita, and a 29" Vassago Jabberwocky. My favori ... Read More »

Gates system on Redline Monobelt

Just read a review of the Monobelt with photos. What got my attention was the way it's attached. Instead of the split rear triangle, there is an adapter that connects to the horizontal dropouts. I wonder if this could be used on any SS with similar dropouts. May be a way to try the Gates system ... Read More »

Monobelt Questions

Does anyone have any idea what the stock weight is for the Monobelt? I am looking around for a decent single speed, and have been "belt curious" for quite some time now. It sounds like a lot of the early kinks have maybe been worked out. However, looking at the build it doesn't look like it would ... Read More »

2012 Redline Monobelt 29er

This looks like a interesting new Redline. [IMG]http://i215.photobucket.com/albums/cc229/headcheese27/251469_10150264179731144_226417076143_7573183_5178070_n.jpg[/IMG]Read More »

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