Chromag Bikes Monk DJ/MtnX

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Product Description

  • Clean dedicated dirt jump/pump track geometry
  • CNC dropouts with welded stainless inserts
  • Machined detail at seattube, stay yoke and headtube
  • Short chainstay range starting at 15.6"

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Remember Thelonious Monk?

Better, ever heard of Thelonious Monk? A true genius at the piano. I don't know how this will go over here but I listen to this all the time. You need the time to have it play in the background as you are sitting quietly, no distractions. Every time I play this I think I should link those who wo ... Read More »

Chromag Monk?

I bought a Trek Marlin to get a taste of the SS. I love it! But obviously the Marlin is an absolutely horrible DJ'er. I like the geometry and the 29er aspect but the frame is incredibly ridged and it's not a very forgiving bike. I think it will soon see a transformation into my street pounder as I m ... Read More »

Monk's Café Flemish Sour Red Ale

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Astirx monk?

anyone sportin' an Astrix brand Monk 29er? used to sell them through BTI but that was several years ago. l see the Astrix website hasn't changed a bit since we bought that bike for my local. wanted to contact them but no reply via email or phone their phone seems to be working but l ... Read More »

Astrix Monk + WB Fluid 135

Hello Monk owners, I am currently running the Reba U-Turn fork on my Monk and find that most of the time I am leaving the travel setting at the 120mm setting. And feel that it still handles great, even though Astrix says the frame was designed around a 100mm fork. But like most of us around here ... Read More »

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