The Tifosi Mons was first unveiled in 2017 as the lightest production bike in the world. It is truly something special and gathered the attention of news outlets worldwide. The new model pushes the technicity of the design a step further.
The Mons originally started as a sketchbook project of Joshua Lambert, Tifosi’s technical specialist. The bike became a skunkworks project where the team could experiment with the limits of their designs and their production partner’s capability.
The frame was endlessly tweaked and redesigned, and the end result was a bike weighing 4.61kg – the Mons was a true milestone for Tifosi.
The Mons frame weighs in at 860g and is produced predominantly from T1000 and T800 carbon fibre. Using Computational Fluid Dynamics, the stresses in the frame can be assessed to be as low weight as possible without compromising on power transfer or handling.
Flat disc brake mounts are used to keep up to date with modern hydraulic brake systems. The flattened stays aid comfort whilst the reinforced chain stays ensure no loss of power. The frame uses truncated aero tube profiles which offer a much more aerodynamic ride but matched with complete comfort. With tyres up to 28mm it’s happy climbing, Sportive riding or racing, a true all-rounder in every sense of the word.
Designed and assembled in the UK.
Frame: UD Toray T1000 and T800 Carbon
Fitting: Mechanical or Electronic
Brakes: Flat Mount Disc
Forks: Carbon UD 1-1/8" to 1-1/2"
Bottom Bracket: 68x46mm
Tyre clearance: 700x25c
Frame weight: TBA
Components: Shimano Ultegra R8000 Hydraulic
Chainset: Shimano Ultegra R8000
Cassette Miche Primato 11x
Chain: KMC X11-93
Saddle: Prologo Kappa RS
Bar/Stem/Seatpost: Deda Zero100
Wheelset: Vision Team 30 TL Disc
Tyres: Michelin Dynamic Sport 700x25