Rocky Mountain Flow 1

Rocky Mountain Flow 1

12 Reviews for Flow 1

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 Price $949.99
Fork Marzocchi Dirt Jumper 3, Fixed Rebound.
Headset FSA no TH-888
Crankarms Truvativ Blaze 170mm 32/22T
Chainguide Shimano C-050 31.8mm
Bottom Bracket Truvativ Powerspline
Pedals RMB Flat
Chain KMC Z-72
Rear Derailleur Shimano Alvio
Shifter Pods Shimano Acera Rapid Fire 8spd
Handlebar RMB DH Alloy 31.8mm 30mm rise 670mm
Stem RMB DH alloy 31.8mm x 10° 50mm
Brakes Avid BB5 mechanical disc
Hubs Wheeltech disc super sealed W/10mm solid axle
Spokes Stainless
Rim WTB Dual Duty FR dbl wall disc w/eyelets 26
Tires Kenda K-Rad 26
Seat RMB DJ
Seatpost Alloy 27.2mm



How could go wrong??
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 Great Bike to ride, really fun. Great parts. I ride everyday and the bike is still up and running! I've had some issues with the crank, and my chain coming off but other than that it is great for jumping/park and even trails.
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 This bike is great,super strong and is light for an entry level dirt jumper. Ihave customized this bike so it is great for me and it works awesomely! The best part about this is the flowy geometry and the thickness of the material. Some derp head installed a new sprocket for me and it grinded against my frame and made a 3mm deap gouge in my frame and didnt even break rthrough it... Theres quality for ya! The worst part is the looks on this bike arent the best especially stock. And theres my blurb on this bike.
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 its a light but strong frame.i am 1.90 meter tall(7 feet) & ride size m/l and it feels great.i am using it as much for street as i use it for dj.i am riding singlespeed on the flow with a pike 454 air and it dovetails nicely.good bike
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 Great dirtjumper, and puts up well with average downhill, strong frame (on the heavier side) but good maneuvrability none the less, trustworthy fork, not ideal for dh, ideal for dj. Components ideas: for street or dj use kenda k-rad or other compact tires, for dh i recomeend gravity tires.
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 I got this bike like a year ago and nothing has broken yet. Im about 5'4 and the medium fits me. I've just been upgrading it lately. I got the Chro-mag purple Fubars and Im yet to get more upgrades Wink
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 got it a couple days ago and i love it so solid gears are super smooth nice and light brakes are good only thing i dont like is the seat post because you cant tilt your seat back very far
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 This is the bike i own right now and its really good! i have taken alot of jumps on it and i highly recommend it!its affordable and is great for jumping
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 This bike is awsome, it is very smooth on the trail yet light and reliable. Great for jumps and off trail
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 its a great DJ bike but its a little bit on the heavy side but most bikes are and it comes with fairly decent parts
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 General good bike. Needs better rims and fork, as I had the lower model. Everything else just great!!!
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 jacob thinks it is nice!
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Rocky Mountain Flow 1 (MSRP $949.99) — FLOW Tough and capable of taking the abuse you’ll give them, the Flow line-up is designed for dirt jumping, bike park, street, trail, and almost any other kind of progressive riding you do. Fun, agile, and rugged, these aggressive hardtails won’t stop until you’ve had enough (if that’s possible). Dirt jump-specific geometry for maximum stand-over, trickability, and clean landings. • Low centre of gravity for stability and maneuvrability • Head tube/down tube gusset for maximum frame strength and resilience. • Horizontal dropouts with adjustable wheelbase and single-speed compatibility. • Complete with chaintugs, a single speed adapter plate, and an adjustable derailleur hanger. • ISCG mount for a chainguide. • Fits a 24” or 26” x 2.5” rear wheel.

Specifications Compare to other DJ/Street/Park Bikes

Release Date 2009
Price $950
Fork Marzocchi Dirt Jumper 3, Fixed Rebound.
Headset FSA no TH-888
Crankarms Truvativ Blaze 170mm 32/22T
Chainguide Shimano C-050 31.8mm
Bottom Bracket Truvativ Powerspline
Pedals RMB Flat
Chain KMC Z-72
Rear Derailleur Shimano Alvio
Shifter Pods Shimano Acera Rapid Fire 8spd
Handlebar RMB DH Alloy 31.8mm 30mm rise 670mm
Stem RMB DH alloy 31.8mm x 10° 50mm
Brakes Avid BB5 mechanical disc
Hubs Wheeltech disc super sealed W/10mm solid axle
Spokes Stainless
Rim WTB Dual Duty FR dbl wall disc w/eyelets 26
Tires Kenda K-Rad 26
Seat RMB DJ
Seatpost Alloy 27.2mm

Dimensions

Size S/M M/L
Frame Weight
Bike Weight
Headtube Angle 69 ° 69 °
Seattube Angle 71 ° 71 °
Headtube Length 120 mm 120 mm
Chainstay Length 430 mm 430 mm
BB Height
BB Width
Seat Post Diameter
Front Derailleur Width
HeadTube Diameter 1.125 1.125
Top Tube Length 580 mm 600 mm
WheelBase 1069 mm 1069 mm
Standover Height 699 mm 701 mm
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