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Charge Bikes Cooker 0 Complete Mountain Bike - 2016


Item # CRB0008

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  • Gloss Grey, S ($1,099.99)
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Item # CRB0008

Comin' in hot.

It's really easy to build an awesome bike for $10,000. Creating a killer whip for a price that won't blow up your beer budget, though, is a little more tricky. The good bike doctors at UK-based Charge set their minds to that task way back in 2005, and the bikes they came up with—the fun, durable, reliable, and affordable Cooker series—show that there's more than one way to approach rowdy trail shredding.

The simplest iteration, the Cooker 0, is a fully rigid cro-mo steel beauty that can pound down rocky trails, whip around berms, and cruise down the road to the pub when you're done getting dusty. Its straightforward geometry and low-maintenance singlespeed drivetrain are meant to be ridden, not framed and mounted on the wall, and Charge threw in some carefully chosen extras, like a chainguard and tubeless-ready WTB tires, to keep you on the trail and out of the shop.

Riding a singlespeed can require some burly leg muscles, but the corresponding lack of derailleurs, shifters, and cables endows the Cooker 0 with a clean look that has more in common with fixies than gadget-heavy trail bikes. The components the Cooker does have, like set of Tektro disc brakes, Race Face seatpost and handlebar, and custom Charge Spoon saddle provide killer all-condition stopping power, control, and comfort, respectively, and Charge's signature extra-wide 27.5in tires (27.5+) keep the ride cushy and the traction jacked up, so your body stays happy and your bike stays rubber-side down.

Tech Specs

Frame Material:
Tange Champion No.2 cro-mo steel
rigid with disc tabs
1-1/8 in FSA TH 857 forged alloy caged bearing
32 t TruVativ E400
Bottom Bracket:
TruVativ Cartridge, PowerSpline
18 t
KMC Z410 Rust-buster
Tektro HDC-330
[front] 180 mm, [rear] 160 mm
Race Face Evolve
Handlebar Width:
725 mm
Charge Square lock-on
Charge Lite
Charge Spoon
Race Face Ride
Seat Collar:
Charge single bolt
Charge SOAC
Charge disc
Front Axle:
Rear Axle:
WTB Trailblazer
Tire Size:
27.5 X 2.8 in
MTB alloy
Recommended Use:
mountain biking
Manufacturer Warranty:
5 years on frame
Actual Weight:
Gloss Grey, M: 13140g

sizing chart

Cooker size by rider height


Geometry chart

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Geometry Chart



Seat Tube


Effective Top Tube


Head Tube


Head Tube Angle


Seat Tube Angle


Bottom Bracket Drop




 S  15.5in  22in  4.9in  70°  73.5°  1.4in  17.1in  42.4in
 M  17.5in  23.5in  5.3in  70°  73.5°  1.4in  17.1in  43.9in
 L  19in  24.5in  5.7in  70°  73.5°  1.4in  17.1in  44.9in
 XL  21in  25.3in  6.3in  70°  73.5°  1.4in  17.1in  45.7in

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Inside Man

    Any questions at all on this don’t hesitate to reach out to me personally – happy to help out and make sure the bike is dialed for you when you get it and possibly save you a few bucks in the process.

    Bill Sherman
    Customer Account Manager-Bike
    Office: 801-736-6396 ext. 4737

    What's needed to set this up tubeless? Is it just valves and sealant?

    Hey Liam,

    You need valves, sealant and rim tape. The Stan's NoTubes Standard Tubeless System (Item # SNT000V) will get the job done for you. Feel free to shoot me any more questions on the Charges Cooker 0, tubeless set-ups or anything bike related.