Rocky Mountain Altitude Alloy 30 2022 - Beige/Green
Rocky Mountain

Rocky Mountain Altitude Alloy 30 2022 - Beige/Green

77041640708M
Deposit $200.00
Total due $5,999.00

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    • Please note that due to a high volume of online orders, processing times can take up to 48 hours.
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    Features

    ROCKY MOUNTAIN ALTITUDE ALLOY 30 2022 (BEIGE/GREEN)

    CHARGE HARDER. HOLD BIGGER LINES. GO FASTER.

    In this preview, we’re going to look at the new 2022 Rocky Mountain Altitude Alloy 30 (or A30 for short).

    WHO IS IT FOR?

    If you’re looking at a Giant Reign, Giant Trance, Trek Remedy or Specialized Enduro, then the new Rocky Mountain Altitude must also be on your shortlist.

    It’s designed for the rider who:

    • Craves or wants to get better at technical descents. You feel like your current mountain bike has too little travel and you end up crashing a lot when you start to push boundaries.

    • You still need a bike that is efficient uphills.

    • Your Home Trails are Red Hill, Silvan or the You Yangs.

    • Although places like Lysterfield Park and Plenty Gorge are your go-to trails, you’d still like a bike for travelling to alpine places like Bright, Thredbo, Mount Beauty and Mount Buller.

    THE FRAME

    Rocky Mountain’s frames are produced using their FORM(™) manufacturing method.

    What’s this?

    Let me begin by saying that as a premium mountain bike brand, Rocky don’t cut corners or do things on the cheap with their aluminium (and carbon) framesets.

    With that mind, FORM(™) alloy basically means that Rocky Mountain uses premium-grade aluminium to meet their strict requirements. This means the frame has been extensively fatigued and impact tested to deliver the best life-span.

    You’ll also see some funky tube shapes used on both the Instinct and Altitude.

    Rather than using plain-old tube profiles, Rocky’s engineers have analysed where the loads are on the Altitude A30’s frame. Material is removed where it’s not needed and reinforced where it is. This ensures the frame is optimised for weight, stiffness and exceptional handling.

    FRAME TUNE

    The same shock size and tune on every size is the easy way to do things.

    But it’s not the right way.

    That’s why Rocky Mountain uses a different shock tune for specific frame sizes.

    For example; a small Altitude frame gets a different shock tune to a medium.

    More than this, Rocky’s design team uses a different shock size on the small frame. This is so that smaller riders can benefit from traction, and support - important stuff that dictates handling.

    THE ALTITUDE A30 COMPONENTS

    SUSPENSION STUFF

    Last season (a VERY short season), the Altitude A30 featured a Fox DPX2 and Marzocchi.

    For 2022, Rocky’s designers have used the new RockShox Zeb paired to a RockShox Super Deluxe air rear shock.

    The Zeb is the nearest competitor to Fox’s 38. It’s a heavy duty, trail and enduro suspension product that, on the Altitude Alloy 30, delivers 170mm of front travel.

    Same goes with the Super Deluxe air shock. The extra reservoir (or piggyback) helps cool the shock on extended descents. This ensures your shock doesn’t overheat and cause a loss of traction and therefore control (heat isn’t good for shocks).

    Both suspension units allow Altitude riders to adjust air pressure, rebound and compression to lockout.

    DRIVETRAIN

    The Altitude Alloy 30 is equipped with a complete Shimano Deore groupset - unless the Pandemic changes things.

    It’s also the 12-speed Deore - the best one.

    Shimano’s Deore family sits at the bottom of their performance range.

    As such, Deore stuff is extremely popular because it’s inexpensive to replace and has almost the same level of tech as the high-end stuff.

    So, it’s win-win.

    BRAKES

    Altitude A30 riders don’t get shortchanged with Shimano’s MT4120 4-piston hydraulic disc brakes.

    Why?

    The 4120’s deliver 20% more braking power than their twin piston equivalent and 150% better wear resistance.

    In other words, these are perfect for the Altitude’s intent.

    2 POSITION AXLE

    This means you can change the rear-length of the Altitude by 10mm.

    Do you love popping manuals, floating over jumps and whip around corners?

    Sure, just go the shorter position.

    For trails that demand more concentration and require the Altitude to be planted at warp speed, select the longer position.

    Specifications

    Colour Born on the Bayou/War Machine/Black Dog
    Sizes S, M, L, XL
    Frame FORM™ Alloy // Full Sealed Cartridge Bearings // Press Fit BB // Internal Cable Routing // 2-Bolt ISCG05 Tabs // RIDE-9™ Adjustable Geometry // 2 Position Axle // 160mm Travel
    Fork RockShox Zeb Select RC 170mm // 27.5 = 38mm Offset // 29 = 44mm Offset
    Shock RockShox Super Deluxe Select+ // Sealed Bearing Eyelet // 25x8mm Hardware // SM = 210x55mm // MD, LG, XL= 230x60mm
    Handlebar Rocky Mountain AM // 780mm Width // 25mm Rise // 9° Backsweep // 5° Upsweep // 31.8 Clamp
    Grips Ergon GD10 EVO Lock On
    Stem Rocky Mountain 31.8 AM // 5° Rise // All Sizes = 40m
    Seatpost Rocky Mountain Toonie Drop 30.9mm // SM = 125mm // MD = 150mm // LG, XL = 170mm
    Saddle WTB Volt 142
    Pedals NA
    Shifters Shimano Deore, 12 speed
    Front Guide OneUp Top Guide // Rocky Mountain Canadarm Mount
    Rear Derailleur Shimano Deore, 12 speed
    Brakes Shimano MT4120 // 4 Piston // Resin Pads
    Brake Levers Shimano MT4120 hydraulic
    Cassette Shimano Deore 10-51T, 12 speed
    Chain Shimano M6100
    Crankset Shimano Deore // 32T // 24mm Spindle // 170mm Crank Length
    Bottom Bracket Shimano SM-BBMT500
    Rims WTB ST i30 TCS 2.0 Tubeless, 32H
    Hubs Shimano MT410, Boost
    Spokes Stainless steel, 2.0
    Tyres Fr: Maxxis Minion DHF 2.5 WT EXO Tubeless Ready // Rr: Maxxis Minion DHR II 2.4 WT EXO Tubeless Ready

    Due to Covid 19, the above bicycle specifications may vary without notice. We will strive to advertise specifications accurately.

    Rocky Mountain

    Rocky Mountain Altitude Alloy 30 2022 Medium - Beige/Green

    770416406962
    Deposit $200.00
    Total due $5,999.00
    Call for availability

    Click & Collect :

    • Please note that due to a high volume of online orders, processing times can take up to 48 hours.
    • For same-day or next-day collection, please order by phone.

    Features

    ROCKY MOUNTAIN ALTITUDE ALLOY 30 2022 (BEIGE/GREEN)

    CHARGE HARDER. HOLD BIGGER LINES. GO FASTER.

    In this preview, we’re going to look at the new 2022 Rocky Mountain Altitude Alloy 30 (or A30 for short).

    WHO IS IT FOR?

    If you’re looking at a Giant Reign, Giant Trance, Trek Remedy or Specialized Enduro, then the new Rocky Mountain Altitude must also be on your shortlist.

    It’s designed for the rider who:

    • Craves or wants to get better at technical descents. You feel like your current mountain bike has too little travel and you end up crashing a lot when you start to push boundaries.

    • You still need a bike that is efficient uphills.

    • Your Home Trails are Red Hill, Silvan or the You Yangs.

    • Although places like Lysterfield Park and Plenty Gorge are your go-to trails, you’d still like a bike for travelling to alpine places like Bright, Thredbo, Mount Beauty and Mount Buller.

    THE FRAME

    Rocky Mountain’s frames are produced using their FORM(™) manufacturing method.

    What’s this?

    Let me begin by saying that as a premium mountain bike brand, Rocky don’t cut corners or do things on the cheap with their aluminium (and carbon) framesets.

    With that mind, FORM(™) alloy basically means that Rocky Mountain uses premium-grade aluminium to meet their strict requirements. This means the frame has been extensively fatigued and impact tested to deliver the best life-span.

    You’ll also see some funky tube shapes used on both the Instinct and Altitude.

    Rather than using plain-old tube profiles, Rocky’s engineers have analysed where the loads are on the Altitude A30’s frame. Material is removed where it’s not needed and reinforced where it is. This ensures the frame is optimised for weight, stiffness and exceptional handling.

    FRAME TUNE

    The same shock size and tune on every size is the easy way to do things.

    But it’s not the right way.

    That’s why Rocky Mountain uses a different shock tune for specific frame sizes.

    For example; a small Altitude frame gets a different shock tune to a medium.

    More than this, Rocky’s design team uses a different shock size on the small frame. This is so that smaller riders can benefit from traction, and support - important stuff that dictates handling.

    THE ALTITUDE A30 COMPONENTS

    SUSPENSION STUFF

    Last season (a VERY short season), the Altitude A30 featured a Fox DPX2 and Marzocchi.

    For 2022, Rocky’s designers have used the new RockShox Zeb paired to a RockShox Super Deluxe air rear shock.

    The Zeb is the nearest competitor to Fox’s 38. It’s a heavy duty, trail and enduro suspension product that, on the Altitude Alloy 30, delivers 170mm of front travel.

    Same goes with the Super Deluxe air shock. The extra reservoir (or piggyback) helps cool the shock on extended descents. This ensures your shock doesn’t overheat and cause a loss of traction and therefore control (heat isn’t good for shocks).

    Both suspension units allow Altitude riders to adjust air pressure, rebound and compression to lockout.

    DRIVETRAIN

    The Altitude Alloy 30 is equipped with a complete Shimano Deore groupset - unless the Pandemic changes things.

    It’s also the 12-speed Deore - the best one.

    Shimano’s Deore family sits at the bottom of their performance range.

    As such, Deore stuff is extremely popular because it’s inexpensive to replace and has almost the same level of tech as the high-end stuff.

    So, it’s win-win.

    BRAKES

    Altitude A30 riders don’t get shortchanged with Shimano’s MT4120 4-piston hydraulic disc brakes.

    Why?

    The 4120’s deliver 20% more braking power than their twin piston equivalent and 150% better wear resistance.

    In other words, these are perfect for the Altitude’s intent.

    2 POSITION AXLE

    This means you can change the rear-length of the Altitude by 10mm.

    Do you love popping manuals, floating over jumps and whip around corners?

    Sure, just go the shorter position.

    For trails that demand more concentration and require the Altitude to be planted at warp speed, select the longer position.

    Specifications

    Rocky Mountain

    Rocky Mountain Altitude Alloy 30 2022 Large - Beige/Green

    770416407006
    Deposit $200.00
    Total due $5,999.00

      Click & Collect :

      • Please note that due to a high volume of online orders, processing times can take up to 48 hours.
      • For same-day or next-day collection, please order by phone.
      Pickup available
      In stock at Heidelberg

      Features

      ROCKY MOUNTAIN ALTITUDE ALLOY 30 2022 (BEIGE/GREEN)

      CHARGE HARDER. HOLD BIGGER LINES. GO FASTER.

      In this preview, we’re going to look at the new 2022 Rocky Mountain Altitude Alloy 30 (or A30 for short).

      WHO IS IT FOR?

      If you’re looking at a Giant Reign, Giant Trance, Trek Remedy or Specialized Enduro, then the new Rocky Mountain Altitude must also be on your shortlist.

      It’s designed for the rider who:

      • Craves or wants to get better at technical descents. You feel like your current mountain bike has too little travel and you end up crashing a lot when you start to push boundaries.

      • You still need a bike that is efficient uphills.

      • Your Home Trails are Red Hill, Silvan or the You Yangs.

      • Although places like Lysterfield Park and Plenty Gorge are your go-to trails, you’d still like a bike for travelling to alpine places like Bright, Thredbo, Mount Beauty and Mount Buller.

      THE FRAME

      Rocky Mountain’s frames are produced using their FORM(™) manufacturing method.

      What’s this?

      Let me begin by saying that as a premium mountain bike brand, Rocky don’t cut corners or do things on the cheap with their aluminium (and carbon) framesets.

      With that mind, FORM(™) alloy basically means that Rocky Mountain uses premium-grade aluminium to meet their strict requirements. This means the frame has been extensively fatigued and impact tested to deliver the best life-span.

      You’ll also see some funky tube shapes used on both the Instinct and Altitude.

      Rather than using plain-old tube profiles, Rocky’s engineers have analysed where the loads are on the Altitude A30’s frame. Material is removed where it’s not needed and reinforced where it is. This ensures the frame is optimised for weight, stiffness and exceptional handling.

      FRAME TUNE

      The same shock size and tune on every size is the easy way to do things.

      But it’s not the right way.

      That’s why Rocky Mountain uses a different shock tune for specific frame sizes.

      For example; a small Altitude frame gets a different shock tune to a medium.

      More than this, Rocky’s design team uses a different shock size on the small frame. This is so that smaller riders can benefit from traction, and support - important stuff that dictates handling.

      THE ALTITUDE A30 COMPONENTS

      SUSPENSION STUFF

      Last season (a VERY short season), the Altitude A30 featured a Fox DPX2 and Marzocchi.

      For 2022, Rocky’s designers have used the new RockShox Zeb paired to a RockShox Super Deluxe air rear shock.

      The Zeb is the nearest competitor to Fox’s 38. It’s a heavy duty, trail and enduro suspension product that, on the Altitude Alloy 30, delivers 170mm of front travel.

      Same goes with the Super Deluxe air shock. The extra reservoir (or piggyback) helps cool the shock on extended descents. This ensures your shock doesn’t overheat and cause a loss of traction and therefore control (heat isn’t good for shocks).

      Both suspension units allow Altitude riders to adjust air pressure, rebound and compression to lockout.

      DRIVETRAIN

      The Altitude Alloy 30 is equipped with a complete Shimano Deore groupset - unless the Pandemic changes things.

      It’s also the 12-speed Deore - the best one.

      Shimano’s Deore family sits at the bottom of their performance range.

      As such, Deore stuff is extremely popular because it’s inexpensive to replace and has almost the same level of tech as the high-end stuff.

      So, it’s win-win.

      BRAKES

      Altitude A30 riders don’t get shortchanged with Shimano’s MT4120 4-piston hydraulic disc brakes.

      Why?

      The 4120’s deliver 20% more braking power than their twin piston equivalent and 150% better wear resistance.

      In other words, these are perfect for the Altitude’s intent.

      2 POSITION AXLE

      This means you can change the rear-length of the Altitude by 10mm.

      Do you love popping manuals, floating over jumps and whip around corners?

      Sure, just go the shorter position.

      For trails that demand more concentration and require the Altitude to be planted at warp speed, select the longer position.

      Specifications

      Rocky Mountain

      Rocky Mountain Altitude Alloy 30 2022 XL - Beige/Green

      770416407044
      Deposit $200.00
      Total due $5,999.00
      Call for availability

      Click & Collect :

      • Please note that due to a high volume of online orders, processing times can take up to 48 hours.
      • For same-day or next-day collection, please order by phone.

      Features

      ROCKY MOUNTAIN ALTITUDE ALLOY 30 2022 (BEIGE/GREEN)

      CHARGE HARDER. HOLD BIGGER LINES. GO FASTER.

      In this preview, we’re going to look at the new 2022 Rocky Mountain Altitude Alloy 30 (or A30 for short).

      WHO IS IT FOR?

      If you’re looking at a Giant Reign, Giant Trance, Trek Remedy or Specialized Enduro, then the new Rocky Mountain Altitude must also be on your shortlist.

      It’s designed for the rider who:

      • Craves or wants to get better at technical descents. You feel like your current mountain bike has too little travel and you end up crashing a lot when you start to push boundaries.

      • You still need a bike that is efficient uphills.

      • Your Home Trails are Red Hill, Silvan or the You Yangs.

      • Although places like Lysterfield Park and Plenty Gorge are your go-to trails, you’d still like a bike for travelling to alpine places like Bright, Thredbo, Mount Beauty and Mount Buller.

      THE FRAME

      Rocky Mountain’s frames are produced using their FORM(™) manufacturing method.

      What’s this?

      Let me begin by saying that as a premium mountain bike brand, Rocky don’t cut corners or do things on the cheap with their aluminium (and carbon) framesets.

      With that mind, FORM(™) alloy basically means that Rocky Mountain uses premium-grade aluminium to meet their strict requirements. This means the frame has been extensively fatigued and impact tested to deliver the best life-span.

      You’ll also see some funky tube shapes used on both the Instinct and Altitude.

      Rather than using plain-old tube profiles, Rocky’s engineers have analysed where the loads are on the Altitude A30’s frame. Material is removed where it’s not needed and reinforced where it is. This ensures the frame is optimised for weight, stiffness and exceptional handling.

      FRAME TUNE

      The same shock size and tune on every size is the easy way to do things.

      But it’s not the right way.

      That’s why Rocky Mountain uses a different shock tune for specific frame sizes.

      For example; a small Altitude frame gets a different shock tune to a medium.

      More than this, Rocky’s design team uses a different shock size on the small frame. This is so that smaller riders can benefit from traction, and support - important stuff that dictates handling.

      THE ALTITUDE A30 COMPONENTS

      SUSPENSION STUFF

      Last season (a VERY short season), the Altitude A30 featured a Fox DPX2 and Marzocchi.

      For 2022, Rocky’s designers have used the new RockShox Zeb paired to a RockShox Super Deluxe air rear shock.

      The Zeb is the nearest competitor to Fox’s 38. It’s a heavy duty, trail and enduro suspension product that, on the Altitude Alloy 30, delivers 170mm of front travel.

      Same goes with the Super Deluxe air shock. The extra reservoir (or piggyback) helps cool the shock on extended descents. This ensures your shock doesn’t overheat and cause a loss of traction and therefore control (heat isn’t good for shocks).

      Both suspension units allow Altitude riders to adjust air pressure, rebound and compression to lockout.

      DRIVETRAIN

      The Altitude Alloy 30 is equipped with a complete Shimano Deore groupset - unless the Pandemic changes things.

      It’s also the 12-speed Deore - the best one.

      Shimano’s Deore family sits at the bottom of their performance range.

      As such, Deore stuff is extremely popular because it’s inexpensive to replace and has almost the same level of tech as the high-end stuff.

      So, it’s win-win.

      BRAKES

      Altitude A30 riders don’t get shortchanged with Shimano’s MT4120 4-piston hydraulic disc brakes.

      Why?

      The 4120’s deliver 20% more braking power than their twin piston equivalent and 150% better wear resistance.

      In other words, these are perfect for the Altitude’s intent.

      2 POSITION AXLE

      This means you can change the rear-length of the Altitude by 10mm.

      Do you love popping manuals, floating over jumps and whip around corners?

      Sure, just go the shorter position.

      For trails that demand more concentration and require the Altitude to be planted at warp speed, select the longer position.

      Specifications

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