Hit the trail with the All-City Electric Queen

Modern steel hardtail with retro appeal

The fine folks at All-City have a new mountain bike in their arsenal. The Electric Queen is a steel hardtail with trail-oriented geometry and a flashy retro-inspired paint job.


The Electric Queen quest

All-City Electric Queen highlights

  • Chromoly frame
  • Trail geometry
  • Clearance for 27×3 or 29×2.25in tires
  • Designed around a 120mm suspension fork
  • 73mm threaded bottom bracket
  • $750 frame / $2,299 complete (UK and Australian pricing TBC)
The Electric Queen is compatible with 27.5+ and 29in wheels and tires
All-City made its name with fixed gears, the QBP-owned brand has since branched out to road, cyclocross, gravel and mountain bikes. All the frames in this small company’s growing line share two things in common: they are all constructed from steel and feature thoughtful details that make them appear more high-end than their price tags suggest.

The Electric Queen is All-City’s take on a trail hardtail. It fits the bill with a relatively slack head angle paired with a 120mm suspension fork, short chainstays, Boost axle spacing and stealth routing for a dropper seatpost. It also has the ability to run standard 29-inch tires or 27.5+ rubber.

The geometry is more trail than traditional XC

The complete bike comes equipped with 27.5×3-inch WTB Ranger tires mounted to WTB Scrapper rims. Other build highlights include a SRAM 1×11 GX drivetrain, SRAM Level brakes and a RockShox Reba RL suspension fork.

The Electric Queen is available now. The complete bike retailing for $2,299 and the frame priced at $750. (UK and Australian pricing have yet to be announced.)


Visit allcitycycles.com for more information.