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Posted 2 September 2023

Forme Monyash 1 Road Bike - 105 11 speed gears & carbon fork

£679£1,34950% off
£19.99 ·
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Available in size 56cm which is a large.

Fantastic price for an 11 speed with 105 gears (2x11)

Carbon Fork

Schwalbe One tyres

If you're on a smaller budget worth checking the Forme Longcliffe out in 56cm size too for £329 on sale:


Forme the company is a great UK brand which has unfortunately gone into administration. Your guarantee is with the seller so you will be covered, also for extra protection I always buy everything online with credit card or PayPal.

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Responsive, reliable and comfortable. This is the machine to reach for when heading out on an epic, a Sunday club run or even a fast commute.

If you are looking for a bike that you can dig deep on the lonesome roads with, whilst not being restricted on your ability to explore, then look no further. The Monyash is specifically designed to appeal to year-round endurance riding with a comfier and more versatile range of abilities than a typical performance road bike. Further to it's all round capabilities, the geometry balances snappy and responsive angles with a slightly longer wheelbase to accommodate full length British-style mudguards in the winter, without sacrificing speed. The wheels on the bike are hand-built and bombproof, featuring thru axles and weather-proofed hubs yet remain one of the lightest wheelsets at this price point when compared like for like. With clearance for 32c tyres and mudguards, or 35c without, the all new Monyash is one of the most proficient all round, all day performers within the range.

Perfect for: Tarmac, Light gravel,Year-round endurance.

Internal cable routing. Full carbon fork

Threaded bottom bracket

Reliable Shimano 105 gear system.

Flat mount disc brakes


Frame: Alloy 6061, Internal cables and headset

Fork: Full carbon, Tapered Steerer


Wheelset: Forme Alloy, 24H, 6 Bolt Sealed Bearing Thru Axle Hubs

Tyres: Schwalbe One, 700 x 28c


Front Derailleur: Shimano 105, Double

Rear Derailleur: Shimano 105, 11 Speed

Shifters: Shimano 105 STI, 22 Speed

Chain: KMC 11 Speed

Crankset: FSA CK 400, 34-50T

Cassette: Shimano 105, 11 Speed, 11-30T

Bottom Bracket: FSA BSA, Threaded, 68mm


Handlebar: Forme, Compact Alloy, 420mm

Stem: Forme Alloy, Oversized, 52cm - 90mm, 54/56cm - 100mm, 58cm - 110mm

Tape: Velo, Cork, Black

Brakes: Tektro Mira, Cable Operated, 140mm Rotors

Seatpost: Forme Alloy 27.2mm

Saddle: Selle Royal, Forme Branded
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  1. graeme1965's avatar
    Crankset is FSA CK 400 34-50T, definitely not 105
    highdon's avatar
    Cranksets are pretty cheap to replace. My bike also comes with 105 and an FSA crankset and I looked at changing it but its been fine so far. You can get an R7000 crankset for £100, less if you buy on eBay/Marketplace.
  2. AngryCoffeeTable's avatar
    On a side note - it has eyelets for a pannier rack which can open it up for a lot of other duties like commuting, touring or doing some shopping with.

    Ive not got a whole lot of faith in the brakes but everything else seems fairly OK to be ridden for a season or two before being replaced or upgraded...

    Most important thing is the threaded BB that can eliminate a lot of annoying creaking and squeaking that pressfits usually have or develop later on down the line. A lot of manufacturers are slowly moving back towards threaded BBs on their higher end/more expensive bikes.

    Id also look at immediately replacing the tyres with ones that have more in the way of puncture protection, especially if you live in an area where roads are badly maintained like London for example.

    Some good replacement brakes to consider would be Avid BB7's or TRP Spire's so factor those and any work at your local bike shop into your budget if youre no good at bike wrenching and dont have a friend that knows a thing or two about bikes. (BB7's and Spire's should work fine with Shimano 11sp)

    You'd roughly be looking at around £20-30 for labour although some shops may charge as low as £15 because its a fairly easy and quick job to do. Your mileage may vary and some bike mechanics may do the work for less or even for free if you turn up with a cold beer/cider and a Morrisons chunky steak pie for them. (edited)
  3. Matt_Richards's avatar
    That seems like a steal
    This.Is.Dog's avatar
    Unbelievable price!
  4. electrolux's avatar
    Great deal for 105
  5. Msx98's avatar
    I would hardly call this 105 when 105 should come with hydro brakes and a 105 Chainset.
    Jocky.Balboa's avatar
    It is a little misleading
  6. bornagainst's avatar
    The chainset isn't Shimano, but it's all still branded gear. Weak point might be the cable disc brakes... But this is still a great deal...
    Superman_turbo_pro_3000's avatar
    Surely the chainset = front & rear derailleur + cassette of gears?

    Front Derailleur: Shimano 105, Double

    Rear Derailleur: Shimano 105, 11 Speed

    Cassette: Shimano 105, 11 Speed, 11-30T

    Looks like a Shimano 105 chainset!
  7. mattrixdesign2's avatar
    Good price, but not to be confused with the proper hydraulic 105 specced bikes, that will cost a lot more.

    Mechanical discs can be OK, but are way off hydraulic performance, also these discs are 140mm, so pretty small, they could be lacking in power, especially for a heavy rider.

    Still, it's good value (edited)
    Matt_Richards's avatar
    I have both. Ultegra hydraulic discs on my road bike, 105 cable discs on my CX. I don’t see it that black and white and certainly don’t see the cost difference of hydraulic. (edited)
  8. W_jelly1's avatar
    They had this in store in our local Evans (in HoF) for the money looked to beat everything else round it at that price or up to a grand was tiagra / Sora nothing else I saw had any 105 for under £1500
  9. joco202's avatar
    What's the cheaper one's like?
  10. kicker074's avatar
    Great price my Cannondale is almost the same spec paid almost 1200 end of last year.
  11. AlanBaller's avatar
    What’s the weight of the bike?
  12. DeeBeeBee's avatar
    Available on Evans at the same price, if anyone has cyclescheme where they work.
  13. winchman's avatar
    "Great British brand gone into administration" (edited)
  14. szocher's avatar
    If you go via healthservicediscount and buy from sports direct you can get it for 665.04 as there is extra 5% off code
  15. pmjones79's avatar
    This listed bike isn't coming up when I click on the link.
    It looks like I missed the deal.
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