Redline’s got several new 29er models coming September 1, both geared and suspended and steel-framed single speed with rigid forks.
Shown above is the D660, their race-oriented model that comes with new SRAM 2×10 drivetrain (a mix of X9 shifters, rear der and X7 front der) and Tektro’s new Draco hydraulic disc brakes. The fork is a 100mm Rockshox Reba SL and the frame is double butted aluminum alloy with forged dropouts, and extruded chainstay yoke and brake bridge, and it comes with a lifetime frame warranty. Ritchey Pro bar, stem and post, and Alex DP20 wheels with WTB Prowler SL 29er tires round out the package. MSRP is $1,799.
Check the other models after the break…
The D660 from the front.
Next down the line is the D600, which has a 6061 double butted front triangle, SRAM X5 2×9 drivetrain, Avid BB5 disc brakes and Rockshox Dart 3 fork. Alex Dh19 wheels with WTB rubber wrap it up. MSRP is $899.
The 2011 Redline Monocog Flight 29er is, as the name implies, a singlespeed, and the “Flight” model is their top of the line. The frame and fork are Sanko chromoly, with a butted fork and double butted front triangle. It comes outfitted with an FSA crank with 32-18 gearing, Alex DP20 rims with Redline sealed hubs and Avid BB5 disc brakes. MSRP is $989.
The Monocog 29 gets a full chromoly frame with 135 spacing and disc tabs, but is spec’d with Tektro vee-brakes. Fork is chromoly, too, and also gets disc tabs for future upgrades. Spec is SRAM 5D cranks with 33-16 gearing, Alex Dh19 ano black rims with Redline sealed hubs and Kenda tires. MSRP is $549.
Related: 2011 Redline Cyclocross Bikes