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Monty 218 Kaizen

Product code: 13366


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Monty 218 Kaizen

- Great complete bike from the original biketrials brand Monty!
- Featuring Monty's latest Kaizen frame, a complete re-working of the previous generation Kamel frame featuring some unique looks and features.

Frame and Forks
- Frame: Monty Kaizen, 4-Bolt and Post Mount disc brake mounts
- Forks: Monty, Alloy, 4-Bolt and Post Mount disc brake mounts

- Front Hub: Monty Open-Bearing, 28h
- Rear Hub: Monty Open-Bearing, 32h
- Front Rim: Monty Undrilled, 28h
- Rear Rim: Monty Undrilled, 32h
- Spokes: Plain Gauge, Black
- Nipples: 12mm Brass
- Rim Tapes: Black Rubber
- Inner Tubes: Maxxis (may be branded as Cheng Shin - this is the same company as Maxxis)
- Front Tyre: Monty Eagle Claw, 20" x 2.0"
- Rear Tyre: Monty BikeTrial, 19" x 2.7"

- Brakes: Monty V-Brakes
- Adaptors: Monty 4-Bolt to V-Brake (ensuring easy upgrades at a later date if you wish to use a hydraulic rim brake, as you can simply use 4-bolt clamps to bolt your new brake directly to the frame, with no adaptor!)

- Cranks: Monty 219, square taper, 158mm
- Freewheel: Monty Pro Race, 108 click, 18t
- Chain: KMC
- Rear Sprocket: Monty, 12t
- Pedals: VP-565
- Bottom Bracket: Monty, square taper
- Bashplate: Monty Eagly Claw

- Handlebar: Monty Riser, 31.8mm clamp, 690mm wide
- Stem: Monty, 150mm x 25, 4-bolt front clamp
- Headset: Standard Bearing, Black
- Headset Spacers: Monty Locking, 6mm
- Grips: Monty Rubber

- Wheelbase: 1022mm
- Chainstay length: 362mm
- BB Rise: 85mm
- Head angle: 72
- Reach (from centre of BB shell to top centre of head tube): 595mm

- 9.40kg including pedals



Hello, would this bike be good for a beginner? As opposed to the zoot? Thank you!

Posted by Iggy on 29/04/2017

Reply from TartyBikes on 02/05/2017

Hi Iggy - That depends on which style of trials you hope to learn. The Zoot would be more suited for street trials, whereas the Kaizen is more aimed at competition style riding. Either bike would be good for a beginner in the relevant discipline/style of riding. Thanks, Mark


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