The All-City Gorilla Monsoon is a monster-cross machine

The All-City Gorilla Monsoon is a monster-cross machine

Hot on the heels of the release of Surly’s Midnight Special , All-City Cycles has launched the Gorilla Monsoon, a drop bar bike with fat tires that go well beyond the boundaries of ‘road plus.’ Surly's Midnight Special pairs road geometry with fat tires Hit the trail with the All-City Electric Queen All-City Macho Man Disc review All-City Gorilla Monsoon highlights Designed around 27.5x2.4in tires 4130 steel frameset Front and rear thru-axles Dropper seatpost compatible $1,999 complete / $850 frameset (UK and Australian pricing TBC) Available in April Let’s cut to the chase; what the heck is a Gorilla Monsoon? According to all-knowing Wikipedia, Gorilla Monsoon was the ring name of super-heavyweight WWF wrestler Robert James Marella. Outlandish names are All-City’s forte, and this moniker seems fitting for a drop bar bike designed to run 27x2.4in mountain bike tires. If that’s bigger than you’ve bargained for, the frame can also ...

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