The Gorilla Monsoon is a standout in the All-City lineup due to its 27.5 x 2.4 €³ tires and drop bars, now even more so. The bike new version will be even more versatile thanks to the addition of a dropper post for 2019. Along with the new dropper post, comes a new color scheme.
All-City has opted for a simple handlebar remote near the stem for operating the dropper post. The TranzX dropper is a 30.9mm diameter with 80mm of travel. The frame itself is made of 612 Select Cromoly and has clean internal routing for the dropper cable just above the bottom bracket on the back of the seat tube. Up front is a 4130 Cromoly fork. There’s a threaded bottom bracket and rack & fender mounts as well.
The Gorilla Monsoon is available in a frameset ($850) or complete build for $2099. Gorilla Monsoon Spec and Details here.
Space Horse Disc
The Space Horse Disc gets a very clean looking striped design over its black frame and is built up with a 2Ã—10 SRAM Apex WiFli drivetrain.
The disc only bike offers clearance for 700c x 42mm tires and smaller frame sizes (43/46cm) bikes get 650b wheels and tires with a 45mm clearance.
The Space Horse Disc is offered in a complete bike only at $1,499, details here.
Finally, the All-City Big Block is getting a great looking pink fade paint job.
The bike offers clearance for 700c x 32mm tires and the frame has integrated chain tensioners with track ends. The fixed gear bike is offered in a complete build for $999 or as a frameset for $550, details here. Front brake comes installed, rear is in the box.