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Monty 219 Kaizen

Product code: 12653

£583.33RRP: £690.83(Save 16%)

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Monty 219 Kaizen

Dispatch time 1-2 days - this bike is assembled in our workshop before dispatch. Minor assembly required on arrival, details supplied with bike.

  • Sleek frame design!
  • Magura HS33 rim brakes!
  • Huge Monty 2.6" rear tyre!
- 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 219 Kaizen, 4-Bolt and Post Mount disc brake mounts
- Forks: Monty 219, Alloy, 4-Bolt and Post Mount disc brake mounts

Wheels
- 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 Eagle Claw, 19" x 2.6"

Brakes
- Brakes: Magura HS33 2014 4-Finger, with ball-ended lever blades
- Pads: Magura Red
- Clamps: Magura 4-Bolt

Drivetrain
- 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

Steering
- Handlebar: Monty 219 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

Geometry:
- Wheelbase: 1010mm
- Chainstay length: 350mm
- BB Rise: 85mm
- Head angle: 72
- Reach (from centre of BB shell to top centre of head tube): 595mm

Weight
- 9.16kg including pedals

Additional Information

Free Items with this Bike! (Subject to stock availability)

As riders ourselves, we know exactly how to improve standard build bikes to ensure the best possible enjoyment for the rider. Instead of cutting prices, we spend extra time setting the bikes up to a high standard (which takes almost an hour per bike), and we also include the following items free of charge:



TartyBikes T-Shirt: We have Extra Small, Small, Medium, Large and Extra Large available (Men's sizes) in varying colours, click the link to see what we currently have available. Please ensure you specify which size T-Shirt you would like - it's unlikely our guess will be correct!

TartyBikes Chainstay Protector: Nifty little device to protect the paintwork on your frame when the chain slaps against it. One logo on each side... choose whichever you prefer!


Please ensure all the details on the warranty sheet supplied with the bike are adhered to. Certain circumstances (such as stripped threads or rounded crank arm tapers) only occur due to a lack of correct maintenance and all manufacturers are aware of these situations, so any claims due to incorrect maintenance procedures are much less likely to be successful.

We build this bike to a 100% complete state in our workshop before dispatch to ensure all items are manufactured correctly and nothing is missing, but we do have to remove some parts to ensure there is no damage during transit. You will need some basic tools (usually 4mm, 5mm, 6mm and 8mm allen keys and a 15mm spanner) for final assembly upon arrival. We have a video guide here to help, but please don't hesitate to contact us if you require any further assistance.

Questions

Manuel Fiallos

Can I install disc brames to thia bike? Do You ship to Honduras , Central América ?

Posted by Manuel Fiallos on 18/08/2014

Reply from TartyBikes on 18/08/2014

Hi Manuel - thanks for your question. The frame has a disc mount none of the other required mounts, meaning converting to disc brake usage would be quite an expensive task. Shipping to Honduras is no problem at all! Thanks, Flipp.

Sam Clark

Hi what size is the rear hub on the monty 219 kamel and is it a fixed hub or a free hub? Many Thanks

Posted by Sam Clark on 05/01/2015

Reply from TartyBikes on 06/01/2015

Hi Sam - thanks for your question. The rear hub on this bike has a 110mm spacing and is a fixed hub. Most of the hubs in our 116mm Fixed Hubs category will fit unless the description mentions otherwise (the Echo TR for example, which would need the machining service mentioned in the description). Hope that helps. Thanks, Flipp.

matt

Hey I already asked a question on the other monty frame but just saw this one with the HS33. I am 6ft7 and always rode 20" BMX and then a short stint on trials when i was in my teens now in my mid 30's and want to get back to trials. I am based in OZ with a pretty poor trials scene so no opportunity to test out a 20", 24". I bought a 26" used on ebay and hated it and sold it Would this bike with the Monty 221 Kamel 170mm stem be good for me? - seems the best way to max the length out If I get this should I add the echo brake booster as these are the 4 finger levers and can expect frame flex? If i do the boosters do i just add then to the cart you will fit them?

Posted by matt on 19/12/2017

Reply from TartyBikes on 20/12/2017

Hi Matt - As I mentioned in my previous answer, in terms of fitting your height, the Echo Lite Mk6 would be better than the Kaizens. The spec on the Echo is also much, much better than the Monty, so out of the 219 and the Lite I would always go for the Lite! As before, the Trialtech Race Forged 180mm stem would be a good option too. Regarding the 26" bike you bought, modern bikes are very set up dependent - more so than older bikes which had relatively neutral geometry in comparison - so a simple bar angle or stem length change will drastically affect how a bike rides and performs. The Echo Pure MK6 would be an alternative to look at as the spec is designed to compliment the geometry well, so it should ride a little better. It will feel a little more sluggish than a 20" or 24" bike though, simply due to the wheel size. There are pros and cons to this though - 26" wheels make some moves easier, and also allow you to do certain moves bigger than on a 20" bike. Thanks, Mark

Einart

Hi, i wounder if this 219 frame on this bike would be a easyer option to have, than the 218 frame to do higher jumps up to walls etc? (With out seat installed) im thinking of clearens for the legs on each sides.. or does it not matter? whats your toughts? i see most of the frames this days are wery low back to the rear wheel, but i think 218 would be ok for me, im not Professional jumper/driver either... thanks.

Posted by Einart on 13/07/2015

Reply from TartyBikes on 13/07/2015

Hi Einhart - thanks for your question. The lower top tube may help with leg clearance when you really push your limits, but the 218 is already quite low so it may only be a small difference. Hope that helps. Thanks, Flipp.

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