We just featured the boundary-pushing Full Enjoy from MONē Bikes in Monday’s gallery of unique builds from this year’s Sedona Mountain Bike Festival. Then, not twenty-four hours later, Cjell announced that his new El Pebblito gravel framesets were available for sale.
Read on for more!
Like other models in the Monē Bikes catalog, the El Pebblito features many details and accouterments that meld Cjell’s appreciation for cycling history with his forward-thinking design aspirations and experience from many hours in the saddle.
The El Pebblito frame utilizes Columbus tubing, with MAX top/down tubes and Zona seat tube for stability when loaded down. Available as a stand-alone item, or as part of a frameset, the Monē-branded Lithic Hiili road/gravel fork can run up to a 29×2.1″ (mayyyyyyyybe a 2.2″) tire.
The custom yoke design, combined with adjustable chainstays, allows the frame to accommodate a 29×2.1″ tire (the tires pictured are 700x36mm).
Two frame versions are available: as pictured with fixed chainstays, derailleur only, flat brake mounts, and room for 700x50mm tires; OR with adjustable Monē Changer stays (for running singlespeed, coaster brake, etc), post or flat brake mounts, and full clearance for 29×2.1″ tire.
El Pueblito gravel drop bars are also now available in three widths – 400, 420, and 440.
See more at Moné.