1987 Monty T219 Ot Pi replica

Nor too familiar with the Monty bikes and there seems to be relatively little information about the older ones.  A 1987 catalog page has a bike that is nearly identical to this one and is listed as an Ot Pi replica.  The decals on this one are a little bit different.  The Monty bikes were produced in Spain and use a lot of European and Monty-labeled components.  Quality appears to be relatively modest and the chrome plating is pretty thin.  Interesting components include the brakes that route the cable through a roller supposedly increasing the power.  The bike also has a nicely integrated aluminum bash guard and an aftermarket front brake guard.

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Frame Forged Alloy High Resistent (their words)
Fork Monty Trialsin
Rear Shock NA
Rims Akront 20" alloy, red anno
Hubs Corsa
Spokes chrome plated steel
Tires Pirelli 2-16 Trial
Pedals Wellgo alloy
Crank Monty
Chain Iris
Rear Cogs Ureeta Extra single freewheel
Bottom Bracket Fram Germany
Front Derailleur NA
Rear Derailleur NA
Shifters NA
Handlebars Monty
Stem Monty, integrated
Headset Monty
Brake set Monty Power
Brake levers Olimpio
Saddle Monty integrated post
Seat Post Monty integrated saddle
Colors Chrome
Size Trials
Serial #   NA

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