Rocky Mountain 2011 Altitude 30

2 Reviews for 2011 Altitude 30

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 I have the 2009 Rocky Mountain Altitude 30 as a frame and shock there is nothing I don't like the rear suspension skirts big s horst link making the suspension excellent 5.5 inches that feel completely botomless it decends and does well with 3 and 4 foot drops, but it does even better with the climb I do feel like their is a bit of pedal bob out of the saddle climbing but the pro pedal setting takes care of it. Ride all day and not feel it the next day. Overall my next bike will be the 29er version!!!
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 Great handling, good for jumps, love the suspension! Used in Crested Butte for some trails and dirt jumps, and handled amazingly and was pretty fast!
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Rocky Mountain 2011 Altitude 30 (MSRP $2600) — Ride up, ride down, ride up, ride down, ride all day long. With its first in its category Straight-Up geometry and patented SmoothLink suspension system, Altitude is a super efficient climber and a wicked descender. Put this bike in your quiver and you might find it's the only one you ever pull out to ride.

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Price $2,600
Rear Shock Fox Float RL XV Custom Valved
Fork RockShox Sektor RL Solo Air
Cassette Sram PG-950-9 11-34T
Crankarms Shimano Deore 170-175mm 44/32/22T
Bottom Bracket Shimano Deore Hollowtech II
Pedals Shimano PD-M505
Rear Derailleur Sram X7
Chain Sram PC-951
Front Derailleur Shimano SLX Direct Mount
Shifter Pods Sram X5 Triggers 9spd
Handlebar Easton Lo Rise Ø31.8mm x 685mm x 9° Sweep
Stem Easton 6° x 75-120mm
Brakes Avid Juicy 3 hydraulic disc 185mm
Hubs Shimano M525 Disc
Spokes DT Swiss Champion
Rim DT Swiss 445D Tubeless Compatible
Tires Maxxis Ardent F: 2.25 / R: Crossmark 2.1
Seat WTB Rocket V Comp
Seatpost Easton 30.9mm
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