Gorilla Monsoon 650B Apex

Gorilla Monsoon 650B Apex

BK4364

Sale price$2,599.00
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A sweet beast designed for chasing good times the Gorilla Monsoon builds on All-City’s proven cross geometry to handle camping dirt touring and exploring the unknown. Built around 27.5 x 2.4” tires and offered in seven frame sizes it comfortably accommodates our smallest and tallest riders for long days in the saddle. Features like stealth dropper post routing and full touring mounts round out this elegantly styled steed.

FEATURES:

  • 612 Select Tubing — Selected specifically for sporty handling on the course comfort on tours and maximum fun
  • Geometry – adapted from All-City CX geo plus the ability to support some load
  • 73mm bottom bracket allows for a wider chainring option and ample tire clearance
  • Stealth dropper routing
  • Tire clearance – 27.5 x 2.4” or 700c x 42mm
  • Bi-plane fork crown features four-point rack mount and mounts for fender
  • Flat-mount brakes front and rear thru-axles 1-1/8” head tube All-City Shot Collar three water bottle mounts
  • Seven frame sizes: 43 46 49 52 55 58 and 61cm

SPECS:

Frame 612 Select Chromoly Steel, TIG Welded and Brazed, E.D. Coated
Fork 612 Select Chromoly Steel, All-City Signature fork ends, Bi-Wing Crown, TIG Welded and Brazed, E.D. Coated
Rims/Wheels WTB ST i25 TCS 2.0, 32h
Hubs Novatec D982SB, 32h, 6-bolt
Spokes N/A
Tires WTB Riddler, 27.5 x 2.4", TCS Light/Fast
Crankset

FSA Comet MegaEVO

Chainrings 38t
Bottom Bracket FSA MegaEVO
Chain KMC X11 EPT
Front Derailleur None
Rear Derailleur SRAM APEX1, Long Cage
Cassette/Rear Cogs
SunRace 11-speed, 11/42t
Shifters SRAM APEX 1x11
Handlebars JD, AL6061, 31.8mm, 12° Flair
Stem JD, AL6061, 3D forged, 4-bolt stem, 31.8mm, ±6° Rise
Brake Levers SRAM APEX 1x11
Brakes Tektro MD-C550, with short cable pull w/ Tektro TR160-22, 160mm, 6-bolt
Saddle All-City Gonzo or DDK-5255
Seat Post TranzX JD-TSI01, 27.2, 350mm L, 50mm drop; w/TranzX DL-24 lever
Extras N/A

*In the bicycle industry, suppliers and factories sometimes change specs without notice and state that they are "subject to change without notice". This is because bicycles are made from hundreds of parts which come from dozens of vendors. Parts are sometimes updated to the most current production generation/iteration one gets better or more current parts or a comparable part. Product specifications are subject to change without notice.