Rocky Mountain Altitude 30 Reviews

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Rocky Mountain Altitude 30

Avg Rating: (4.67 out of 5) 3 gear reviews
MSRP: $0.00
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Description
Frame RMB FORM 7005 Alu, Hydroformed Seattube, Alu Seatstay / Chainstay

Fork FOX 32 Float R

Front Travel 140mm, Rebound

Rear Shock FOX Float RP2 Custom Valved

Rear Travel 140mm

Head Set FSA no TH-848

Stem Race Face Ride XC Flip-Flop 6 70-90-100mm

Handlebar Race Face Ride XC Low Rise 660mm x 31.8mm

Brakes Shimano BR-M575 Hydraulic Disc 180mm

Brake Levers Shimano BR-M575

Shifters Shimano Deore Rapid Fire 9spd

Gearing (FR) Shimano SLX Direct Mount

Gearing (RR) Shimano XT

Cranks & Chainrings Race Face Ride XC 170-175mm 44/32/22T
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mallonation on April 5, 2012
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Model/Year: 2010 Alt 30

Pros: Climb stance, travel for the XC market, versatility, reliable brands, Green/white paintjob is awesome (they should change the model pic from the blue)

Cons: Juicy 3's, I feel like there are better climing tires than the Conti mountain king

Recommendation: For the price i paid, this was easily the best option for a reliable and capable mid-range, (pretty much)all-mountain bike. It climbs, points, jumps, and descends with no complaints... sometimes the brakes can be distant in the clutch, but not much of an issue as a 155# rider. Takes drops, corners with confidence, and overall is pretty responsive on the baseline Fox gear. i'll be using the bike for a long time, gotta love Rocky

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hknutson on June 30, 2011
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Pros: Awesome geometry! will climb anything you put in front of it. Has quite a bit of suspension which makes the downhill parts awesome but amazingly it does not affect the climbing capability.

Cons: The stock fox fork has no lockout. It would've been nice to get one for the money but then again i probably would need it that much. the stock wheels are not that great, bent my rim within the first few months. It is also a little heavier than some other full suspension bikes in the price range, but its not that bad.

Recommendation: Overall, this bike is awesome. I wish i had purchased it earlier. I bought mine off Ebay for 1600. I am not sure I would pay full retail for it. Also, the frame is perfectly built, like the rest of RM frames. Great bike!

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John Fisch on November 11, 2009
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Pros: "Straight Up" geometry actually works. Sturdy, capable descender. Like all Rockys, I'm sure this is a solid bike you could develop a long-term relationship with.

Cons: Geometry takes a little getting used to, but it's all good after a day or so.

Recommendation: I rented this bike for a few days in Tahoe. It proved to be a very capable all-round trail bike. It didn't rule in any one area, but was relatively strong in all areas. The geometry makes climbs a snap, but the biggest surprise came when I hit the staircase descent at the end of the Hole in the Ground Trail--the bike just ate up every obstacle and begged me to go faster.

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Rocky Mountain Altitude 30 4.67 out of 5 based on 3 ratings. 3 user reviews.