Rocky Mountain 2011 Reaper I

Rocky Mountain 2011 Reaper I

2 Reviews for 2011 Reaper I

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 This bike has served me excellent for the last couple years, with little change to the drive line or maintenance. The frame is of very good quality and built tough, though it has a 1 1/8th steerer which makes fork swapping more challenging when choosing a replacement. I am rebuilding the bike with a 1x9 setup and utilizing sram components with guide R brakes and x9 spec components. after those upgrades, the bike should be up to spec with other mtb XC racers out there. Wheels/Tires/Frame best parts. cheap - shifters, mech brakes, derailleur(s), cassette. fork is of lesser quality but actually performs well and bridges larger jumps without much problem
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 THIS IS A GREAT BIKE. ITS FORKS R NICE FOR TAKING JUMPS AND SICK STUFF LIKE THAT. ITS GOOD FOR TRAILS AND ITS TOUGH AS NAILS AND FOR A VERY GOOD PRICE.
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Rocky Mountain 2011 Reaper I (MSRP $700) —

Specifications Compare to other All Mountain/Enduro/XC

Price $700
Fork Suntour XCR
Cassette Shimano HG-30-8 11-32T
Crankarms Truvativ Ruktion 170-175mm Bash/32/22T
Bottom Bracket Truvativ Howitzer XR
Pedals RMB AM Flats
Rear Derailleur Shimano Altus
Chain Shimano HG40
Front Derailleur Shimano TX50 31.8mm
Shifter Pods Shimano ST-EF51 EZ Fire 8spd
Handlebar RMB AM Ø31.8mm x 680mm x 5° Sweep
Stem RMB FR 10° x 40mm
Brakes Promax DSK 320 Mechanical Disc 180mm
Hubs RMB XC Disc
Spokes Stainless
Rim WTB FX28
Tires Maxxis High Roller 2.35
Seat RMB FR
Seatpost RMB XC 27.2mm
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