Well, being Monochrome it will not produce "colour" moire for sure, but it will definetly be possible to get aliasing, it is basic digital signal processing theory.
Look, I don't even need a camera to create moire - I can easily write a Java program to draw a problematic pattern on the screen very easily. All of those test images will produce moire, in one fashion or another, on a computer screen if they're drawn without aliasing techniques. A camera isn't required to produce moire.
What I'm interested in is what happens in real life, not on some special wheel pattern that is known to produce moire. That's uninteresting.
What I want to know is what (say) the raw red channel looks like from an image that has been taken of (say) a building with vertical stripes that when looked at with 100% magnification in colour, exhibits moire.