All-City releases the Electric Queen

All-City expands their off road line

All-City has added the Electric Queen, a 27plus hardtail, to its small lineup of mountain bikes.

 

The Electric Queen is a steel-framed 27plus trail hardtail with a 120 mm suspension fork and stealth routing for a dropper post. It fits 27.5 x 3.0 or 29 x 2.25 tires and features modern trail geometry and a short wheelbase. The frame features Boost spacing, a 44 mm headtube, two water bottle mounts and All-City-designed thru-axle dropouts with a removable derailleur hanger for singlespeedability.

All-City says:

The Electric Queen was expressly made for maximum fun.It had to be gravity capable, climb like a banshee, cruise across town, encourage you to play in the pump track and dirt jumps, and slay single track like no other. It was a laundry list of hopes and dreams and hot dang do we feel like this shred sled delivers on all fronts.

 

The Electric Queen retails for $2299 as a complete bike and $750 as a frameset. It is currently available at All-City dealers. You can find more info on the complete geometry, specs and build kit here.

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7 Comments

  1. The video is awesome. I want some of those pills. I think the name is somewhat of T Rex homage (from Electric Warrior: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7hvWLSdY56I) and obviously nothing to do with eBikes. The head tube is a 44mm which means you can run any size fork in it. The bike looks good too, but spec is rather curious. It seems like All City pulled a bunch of last years QBP old stock (A Reba, really? piecemeal GX 11, when GX 12 is nearly the same price? Plus, it ain’t like you’re getting a mad deal with it either…) to build the bike. I think one would be better off buying the frame alone and building it up if you love the esthetic. Otherwise, the complete builds will end up in the hands of collectors, dealers or those with eventual bro-deals. If you want basically the same frame (albeit with kooky rear dropouts) the new Karate Monkey is it. However, my vote for bang for the buck steel hardtail in this realm goes to the NS Bikes Eccentric Cromo.

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