Rocky Mountain Flow 2

Rocky Mountain Flow 2

8 Reviews for Flow 2

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 I have a 2005 rocky mountain flow 3 wich is basically the same frame i recommend this bike to any one looking for a light versatile northshore hardtail or an easy singlespeed build for the best dirt jump bike ever!
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 great for getting a bit more serious in dj but if u want to get a real dj bike buy the rocky mountain dj. the flow is solid but i find its a bit heavy the adjustable fork is a nice feature
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 frame design hasnt changed much since 2006, i use my 2007 flow 2 for freeride very strong frame would recomend to anyone frame is light and very solid i love it and im sure any other flow rider would say the same.
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 swap to singlespeed and this bike officially rips. feels so nice on jumps and is pretty decent for manualling and street. im used to a larger travel bike for jumping, switched to this and feel just as comfortable. sick bike!
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 this bike is sick its got bomber suspension disc brakes sweet grips and a sick seet green frame metal pedal(white) it also has a cranck guard
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 pros: frame is really flickable, nice and low feel, i went single speed, frame is alot brighter in person
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 this is a rockin bike >. dont disrespect Rocky mountain
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Rocky Mountain Flow 2 (MSRP $1199.99) — 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 $1,200
Fork Marzocchi Dirt Jumper 2, 100mm, Rebound.
Headset FSA no TH-888
Crankarms FSA Moto X Mega EXO 170mm 63/24T
Bottom Bracket FSA Mega EXO
Pedals RMB Flat
Chain KMC Z-72
Rear Derailleur Shimano Deore
Shifter Pods Shimano Alvio Rapid Fire 8spd
Handlebar RMB DH Alloy 31.8mm 30mm rise 670mm
Stem RMB DH alloy 31.8mm x 10° 50mm
Brakes Shimano BRM486 hydraulic 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 Alienation Toilet Seat Pivotal
Seatpost Alienation Billy Club 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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