Designed for speed, the Viking Monaco is a gents specific race bike with all the features you need to take on the road. The aluminium frame is light, strong, and built to last and features compact geometry with a curved top tube. Forks are carbon blades with an aluminium steerer. Fitted with Shimano Tiagra 20 speed transmission with STI levers for fast and effective gear changes. Stopping power comes from a pair of lightweight alloy Tektro dual pivot brake callipers, and the 700C alloy wheels are CNC-milled to precision and are matched with quick-release hubs and road tyres to eat up the miles easily. Add in a Viking road saddle with a black micro-adjustable seat post and road handlebars with black tape, and the Viking Monaco is ready to eat up some miles.
Frame: Lightweight aluminium compact road geometry gents frame with curved hydroformed top tube. Bottle cage mounts. Replaceable gear hanger. Rear m/guard bosses. Fork: 700c carbon fibre blades with aluminium steerer.
Gears: Shimano Tiagra 20 speed with shimano STI dual control levers, shimano Tiagra front and rear derailleurs, and shimano 11/25 10 speed cassette. Chainset: Shimano Tiagra FC4500 double 39/52T chainset with alloy cranks, and a sealed cartridge bottom bracket.
Wheels: Viking 700c black/cnc alloy double wall rims with Quando quick release alloy hubs. Tyres: Schwalbe Lugano 700c x 23c all black road tyres. Brakes: Tektro black alloy dual pivot calliper brakes with Shimano STI alloy road levers. Steering: Oversize alloy road handlebar with 120mm drop and an alloy ahead road stem.
Saddle: Viking road saddle with a black alloy micro adjust seat post and alloy seat clamp. Additional: Black handlebar tape. Resin road pedals with toeclips and straps. Frame Colour: White and Black Fork Colour: White and Black
Weight: 11kgs (approx). Cycle Condition : May have slight paint blemishes. New. This bike is shipped 90% assembled in a sealed box. Inflation of tyres, fitting of pedals, stem, handlebars, front wheel, saddle and seatpost are necessary. Gears and brakes may require some adjustment prior to riding.