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Rocky Mountain

Rocky Mountain Element Alloy 10 2022 - Black

77041641221M
Deposit $200
Total due $2,499
Was $3,999
    XS 142-157cm 27.5 165mm 50mm 780mm 125mm
    S 158-170cm 29 170mm 50mm 780mm 125mm
    M 168-177cm 29 170mm 50mm 780mm 150mm
    L 175-188cm 29 170mm 50mm 780mm 170mm
    XL 185-198cm 29 170mm 50mm 780mm 170mm

    Product Details

    ROCKY MOUNTAIN ELEMENT ALLOY 10 2022 - BLACK

    Rocky Mountain’s latest Element Alloy 10 is the first stepping-stone and the cheapest option in the brand new Element range.

    In this case, cheap price does not equate to cheap quality from the premium Canadian brand. We’ll explain why in this preview.

    If you’re considering comparable bikes like the Polygon Siskiu, Giant Stance 29, Trek Top Fuel 5 or Giant Trance 29, then the Element has to be on your shortlist too.

    It’s not often we say “brand new” and if we do, it has a heavy dose of marketing on top of it. But Rocky Mountain’s 2022 Element is really brand new. Ground up new. We promise.

    This is why:

    The old Element was a cross-country (XC) mountain bike. Sharp handling, super efficient to pedal and comfortable over long distances. It was one of the first trend setters for long-travel XC mountain bikes.

    But it needed an update.

    The Slayer’s new frame design (model year 2020) set the standard and design cues that would trickle down into the new Altitude (29, 170mm/160mm) and Instinct (29, 150mm/140mm).

    These design features included stuff like new aluminium (and carbon) frame construction, dual-row bearings in high load areas of the frame, bigger internal cable routing ports and updated suspension behaviour.


    THE STORY

    Thus, Rocky decided to move away from the typical XC race bike - low, aggressive and frighteningly fast. Don’t get me wrong, the new Element is still fast just without the frightening bit.

    Rocky Mountain Element A10-40


    That’s because Rocky is a brand that specialises in bikes that don’t fit the mould. Their long travel bikes pedal better than most other short travel bikes. Rocky’s short travel bikes descend better than most long travel bikes.


    The Element is a mini Trail bike, rather than an over-forked XC bike - sliding into the Down-country category perfectly perhaps?

    It’s designed for riders who still need the addictive speed and excellent pedalling manners.

    But - this is important - who would rather have far more stability (and fun) when speeds and the trail gets a touch faster and technical.

    If your home trails are Plenty Gorge, Lysterfield Park and the Kurrajong side of the You Yangs, the Element is going to feel at home.


    SETTING UP YOUR ELEMENT A10



    THE FRAME

    Rocky has done so much to the Element. So, we’ll break it down:

    Rocky Mountain Element A10-30

    MORE TRAVEL

    It now uses 120mm of rear wheel travel and is paired to a 130mm front fork.

    Why?

    To make the Element more forgiving in the tech stuff and keep it stable at speed. This means you crash less. All without sacrificing the bike’s pedaling efficiency.


    RIDE-4

    Rocky gives the Element 4 different geometry (think DH versus XC modes). These 4 setups help the Element stay versatile; allowing you to tune the bike to the types of trails you ride most.



    THE ELEMENT ALLOY 10 BUILD

    The Alloy 10 is the entry-point bike into the new Element range.

    Rocky Mountain Element A10-50


    It floats on a Rock Shox suspension package, front and rear. The Judy Silver front fork has 130mm of travel. It’s built with 30mm straight wall tubes to maintain stiffness.

    Rocky Mountain Element A10-60


    An air spring allows riders to adjust the suppleness to their weight - there’s a little bit more to this but we do a suspension set up in store and go through the details.

    A Rock Shox Deluxe Select rear shock handles the impacts out back. This also has air spring and rebound adjustments.

    Rocky Mountain Element A10-70


    Shimano’s Deore 11-speed drivetrain is exceptional value and packs a lot of tech. The massive 11 to 51-tooth rear gear sprocket allows plenty of range climbing steep inclines and descending.

    Rocky Mountain Element A10-80


    Specifications

    Frame FORM™ Alloy // Full Sealed Cartridge Bearings // RIDE-4™ Adjustable Geometry // FORM™ Alloy Rear Triangle
    Fork RockShox Judy Silver 130mm // 27.5 = 42mm Offset // 29 = 51mm Offset // 130mm Travel
    Shock RockShox Deluxe Select // Sealed Bearing Eyelet // 25x8mm Frame Hardware // All Sizes = 190x45mm // 120mm Rear Wheel Travel
    Handlebar Rocky Mountain AM // 780mm Width // 25mm Rise // 9° Backsweep // 5° Upsweep // 31.8 Clamp
    Grips Rocky Mountain Lock On Light
    Stem Rocky Mountain 31.8 XC // 5° Rise // All Sizes = 50mm
    Seatpost Rocky Mountain Toonie Drop Composite 30.9mm // XS-SM = 125mm // MD = 150mm // LG-XL = 170mm
    Saddle WTB Volt 142
    Pedals NA
    Shifters Shimano Deore, 11 speed
    Front Derailleur NA
    Rear Derailleur Shimano Deore
    Brakes Tektro HD-M275 // Shimano Pad Compatible // [F] Tektro 180mm, [R] Tektro 180mm
    Cassette SunRace CSMS8 EA1 11-51T
    Chain KMC X11-1
    Crankset Rocky Mountain Microdrive // 32T // SRAM 76mm BCD // 24mm Spindle // XS = 165mm, SM-XL = 170mm
    Bottom Bracket Rocky Mountain Sealed BB92 - Shimano Compatible
    Rims Rocky Mountain TR25 Tubeless // 32H // Tubeless Compatible - Tape // Valves
    Hubs [F] Shimano MT410, 15mm Boost // [R] Shimano MT400 Boost 148mm
    Spokes 2.0 Stainless
    Tyres [F] WTB Trail Boss Comp 29 x 2.4 // [R] WTB Trail Boss Comp 29 x 2.4
    Extra FSA Orbit NO.57B // 36°x45° Bearings // 30.2mm x 41mm x 7.1mm Upper // 40mm x 51.8mm x 7.5mm Lower // 1.5” Crown Race
    Notes We make every effort to ensure accuracy, but reserve the right to update specifications & prices without notification.
    Rocky Mountain

    Rocky Mountain Element Alloy 10 2022 Small - Black

    770416412215
    Deposit $200
    Total due $3,999
    Call/Email/Text for availability
    XS 142-157cm 27.5 165mm 50mm 780mm 125mm
    S 158-170cm 29 170mm 50mm 780mm 125mm
    M 168-177cm 29 170mm 50mm 780mm 150mm
    L 175-188cm 29 170mm 50mm 780mm 170mm
    XL 185-198cm 29 170mm 50mm 780mm 170mm

    Product Details

    ROCKY MOUNTAIN ELEMENT ALLOY 10 2022 - BLACK

    It’s not often we say “brand new” and if we do, it has a heavy dose of marketing on top of it. But Rocky Mountain’s 2022 Element is really brand new. Ground up new. We promise.

    This is why:

    The old Element was a cross-country (XC) mountain bike. Sharp handling, super efficient to pedal and comfortable over long distances. It was one of the first trend setters for long-travel XC mountain bikes.

    But it needed an update.

    The Slayer’s new frame design (model year 2020) set the standard and design cues that would trickle down into the new Altitude (29, 170mm/160mm) and Instinct (29, 150mm/140mm).

    These design features included stuff like new aluminium (and carbon) frame construction, dual-row bearings in high load areas of the frame, bigger internal cable routing ports and updated suspension behaviour.


    THE STORY

    Thus, Rocky decided to move away from the typical XC race bike - low, aggressive and frighteningly fast. Don’t get me wrong, the new Element is still fast just without the frightening bit.


    That’s because Rocky is a brand that specialises in bikes that don’t fit the mould. Their long travel bikes pedal better than most other short travel bikes. Rocky’s short travel bikes descend better than most long travel bikes.


    The Element is a mini Trail bike, rather than an over-forked XC bike - sliding into the Down-country category perfectly perhaps?

    It’s designed for riders who still need the addictive speed and excellent pedalling manners.

    But - this is important - who would rather have far more stability (and fun) when speeds and the trail gets a touch faster and technical.

    If your home trails are Plenty Gorge, Lysterfield Park and the Kurrajong side of the You Yangs, the Element is going to feel at home.


    THE FRAME

    Rocky has done so much to the Element. So, we’ll break it down:

    MORE TRAVEL

    It now uses 120mm of rear wheel travel and is paired to a 130mm front fork.

    Why?

    To make the Element more forgiving in the tech stuff and keep it stable at speed. This means you crash less. All without sacrificing the bike’s pedalling efficiency.


    RIDE-4

    Rocky gives the Element 4 different geometry (think DH versus XC modes). These 4 setups help the Element stay versatile; allowing you to tune the bike to the types of trails you ride most.


    HYDRATION

    Long rides need more hydration. The new Element is designed for endurance experiences with provisions for 2 water bottles. Mount the bottle high or low.


    Smoothlink(™) controls how the rear end behaves depending on where the shock is in its travel.

    It’s supple initially to smooth out impacts.

    It gives the shock loads of mid-stroke support to stop it from feeling sloppy in corners. And lastly, built in progression towards the end of travel ensures you have a ride that feels like it’s got more travel than it actually has.


    THE ELEMENT ALLOY 10 BUILD

    The Alloy 10 is the entry-point bike into the new Element range.

    It floats on a Rock Shox suspension package, front and rear. The Judy Silver front fork has 130mm of travel. It’s built with 30mm straight wall tubes to maintain stiffness.

    An air spring allows riders to adjust the suppleness to their weight - there’s a little bit more to this but we do a suspension set up in store and go through the details.

    A Rock Shox Deluxe Select rear shock handles the impacts out back. This also has air spring and rebound adjustments.

    Shimano’s Deore 11-speed drivetrain is exceptional value and packs a lot of tech. The massive 11 to 51-tooth rear gear sprocket allows plenty of range climbing steep inclines and descending.

    Shifting under load is something that Shimano equipment does exceptionally well, and the value-driven 11-speed Deore groupset delivers the same performance.

    Further, Shimano hubs with wider Boost spacing strengthen the wheel and improve how easily the Element Alloy 10 rolls.

    Specifications

    Rocky Mountain

    Rocky Mountain Element Alloy 10 2022 Medium - Black

    770416412253
    Deposit $200
    Total due $2,499
    Was $3,999
      Pickup available
      In stock at Ivanhoe Cycles Hallam, Ivanhoe Cycles Megastore, and Ivanhoe Cycles Hoppers Crossing
      XS 142-157cm 27.5 165mm 50mm 780mm 125mm
      S 158-170cm 29 170mm 50mm 780mm 125mm
      M 168-177cm 29 170mm 50mm 780mm 150mm
      L 175-188cm 29 170mm 50mm 780mm 170mm
      XL 185-198cm 29 170mm 50mm 780mm 170mm

      Product Details

      ROCKY MOUNTAIN ELEMENT ALLOY 10 2022 - BLACK

      It’s not often we say “brand new” and if we do, it has a heavy dose of marketing on top of it. But Rocky Mountain’s 2022 Element is really brand new. Ground up new. We promise.

      This is why:

      The old Element was a cross-country (XC) mountain bike. Sharp handling, super efficient to pedal and comfortable over long distances. It was one of the first trend setters for long-travel XC mountain bikes.

      But it needed an update.

      The Slayer’s new frame design (model year 2020) set the standard and design cues that would trickle down into the new Altitude (29, 170mm/160mm) and Instinct (29, 150mm/140mm).

      These design features included stuff like new aluminium (and carbon) frame construction, dual-row bearings in high load areas of the frame, bigger internal cable routing ports and updated suspension behaviour.


      THE STORY

      Thus, Rocky decided to move away from the typical XC race bike - low, aggressive and frighteningly fast. Don’t get me wrong, the new Element is still fast just without the frightening bit.


      That’s because Rocky is a brand that specialises in bikes that don’t fit the mould. Their long travel bikes pedal better than most other short travel bikes. Rocky’s short travel bikes descend better than most long travel bikes.


      The Element is a mini Trail bike, rather than an over-forked XC bike - sliding into the Down-country category perfectly perhaps?

      It’s designed for riders who still need the addictive speed and excellent pedalling manners.

      But - this is important - who would rather have far more stability (and fun) when speeds and the trail gets a touch faster and technical.

      If your home trails are Plenty Gorge, Lysterfield Park and the Kurrajong side of the You Yangs, the Element is going to feel at home.


      THE FRAME

      Rocky has done so much to the Element. So, we’ll break it down:

      MORE TRAVEL

      It now uses 120mm of rear wheel travel and is paired to a 130mm front fork.

      Why?

      To make the Element more forgiving in the tech stuff and keep it stable at speed. This means you crash less. All without sacrificing the bike’s pedalling efficiency.


      RIDE-4

      Rocky gives the Element 4 different geometry (think DH versus XC modes). These 4 setups help the Element stay versatile; allowing you to tune the bike to the types of trails you ride most.


      HYDRATION

      Long rides need more hydration. The new Element is designed for endurance experiences with provisions for 2 water bottles. Mount the bottle high or low.


      Smoothlink(™) controls how the rear end behaves depending on where the shock is in its travel.

      It’s supple initially to smooth out impacts.

      It gives the shock loads of mid-stroke support to stop it from feeling sloppy in corners. And lastly, built in progression towards the end of travel ensures you have a ride that feels like it’s got more travel than it actually has.


      THE ELEMENT ALLOY 10 BUILD

      The Alloy 10 is the entry-point bike into the new Element range.

      It floats on a Rock Shox suspension package, front and rear. The Judy Silver front fork has 130mm of travel. It’s built with 30mm straight wall tubes to maintain stiffness.

      An air spring allows riders to adjust the suppleness to their weight - there’s a little bit more to this but we do a suspension set up in store and go through the details.

      A Rock Shox Deluxe Select rear shock handles the impacts out back. This also has air spring and rebound adjustments.

      Shimano’s Deore 11-speed drivetrain is exceptional value and packs a lot of tech. The massive 11 to 51-tooth rear gear sprocket allows plenty of range climbing steep inclines and descending.

      Shifting under load is something that Shimano equipment does exceptionally well, and the value-driven 11-speed Deore groupset delivers the same performance.

      Further, Shimano hubs with wider Boost spacing strengthen the wheel and improve how easily the Element Alloy 10 rolls.

      Specifications

      Rocky Mountain

      Rocky Mountain Element Alloy 10 2022 Large - Black

      770416412291
      Deposit $200
      Total due $2,499
      Was $3,999
        Pickup available
        In stock at Ivanhoe Cycles Hallam, Ivanhoe Cycles Megastore, and Ivanhoe Cycles Hoppers Crossing
        XS 142-157cm 27.5 165mm 50mm 780mm 125mm
        S 158-170cm 29 170mm 50mm 780mm 125mm
        M 168-177cm 29 170mm 50mm 780mm 150mm
        L 175-188cm 29 170mm 50mm 780mm 170mm
        XL 185-198cm 29 170mm 50mm 780mm 170mm

        Product Details

        ROCKY MOUNTAIN ELEMENT ALLOY 10 2022 - BLACK

        It’s not often we say “brand new” and if we do, it has a heavy dose of marketing on top of it. But Rocky Mountain’s 2022 Element is really brand new. Ground up new. We promise.

        This is why:

        The old Element was a cross-country (XC) mountain bike. Sharp handling, super efficient to pedal and comfortable over long distances. It was one of the first trend setters for long-travel XC mountain bikes.

        But it needed an update.

        The Slayer’s new frame design (model year 2020) set the standard and design cues that would trickle down into the new Altitude (29, 170mm/160mm) and Instinct (29, 150mm/140mm).

        These design features included stuff like new aluminium (and carbon) frame construction, dual-row bearings in high load areas of the frame, bigger internal cable routing ports and updated suspension behaviour.


        THE STORY

        Thus, Rocky decided to move away from the typical XC race bike - low, aggressive and frighteningly fast. Don’t get me wrong, the new Element is still fast just without the frightening bit.


        That’s because Rocky is a brand that specialises in bikes that don’t fit the mould. Their long travel bikes pedal better than most other short travel bikes. Rocky’s short travel bikes descend better than most long travel bikes.


        The Element is a mini Trail bike, rather than an over-forked XC bike - sliding into the Down-country category perfectly perhaps?

        It’s designed for riders who still need the addictive speed and excellent pedalling manners.

        But - this is important - who would rather have far more stability (and fun) when speeds and the trail gets a touch faster and technical.

        If your home trails are Plenty Gorge, Lysterfield Park and the Kurrajong side of the You Yangs, the Element is going to feel at home.


        THE FRAME

        Rocky has done so much to the Element. So, we’ll break it down:

        MORE TRAVEL

        It now uses 120mm of rear wheel travel and is paired to a 130mm front fork.

        Why?

        To make the Element more forgiving in the tech stuff and keep it stable at speed. This means you crash less. All without sacrificing the bike’s pedalling efficiency.


        RIDE-4

        Rocky gives the Element 4 different geometry (think DH versus XC modes). These 4 setups help the Element stay versatile; allowing you to tune the bike to the types of trails you ride most.


        HYDRATION

        Long rides need more hydration. The new Element is designed for endurance experiences with provisions for 2 water bottles. Mount the bottle high or low.


        Smoothlink(™) controls how the rear end behaves depending on where the shock is in its travel.

        It’s supple initially to smooth out impacts.

        It gives the shock loads of mid-stroke support to stop it from feeling sloppy in corners. And lastly, built in progression towards the end of travel ensures you have a ride that feels like it’s got more travel than it actually has.


        THE ELEMENT ALLOY 10 BUILD

        The Alloy 10 is the entry-point bike into the new Element range.

        It floats on a Rock Shox suspension package, front and rear. The Judy Silver front fork has 130mm of travel. It’s built with 30mm straight wall tubes to maintain stiffness.

        An air spring allows riders to adjust the suppleness to their weight - there’s a little bit more to this but we do a suspension set up in store and go through the details.

        A Rock Shox Deluxe Select rear shock handles the impacts out back. This also has air spring and rebound adjustments.

        Shimano’s Deore 11-speed drivetrain is exceptional value and packs a lot of tech. The massive 11 to 51-tooth rear gear sprocket allows plenty of range climbing steep inclines and descending.

        Shifting under load is something that Shimano equipment does exceptionally well, and the value-driven 11-speed Deore groupset delivers the same performance.

        Further, Shimano hubs with wider Boost spacing strengthen the wheel and improve how easily the Element Alloy 10 rolls.

        Specifications

        Rocky Mountain

        Rocky Mountain Element Alloy 10 2022 XL - Black

        770416412338
        Deposit $200
        Total due $2,499
        Was $3,999
          Pickup available
          In stock at Ivanhoe Cycles Hallam, Ivanhoe Cycles Megastore, and Ivanhoe Cycles Hoppers Crossing
          XS 142-157cm 27.5 165mm 50mm 780mm 125mm
          S 158-170cm 29 170mm 50mm 780mm 125mm
          M 168-177cm 29 170mm 50mm 780mm 150mm
          L 175-188cm 29 170mm 50mm 780mm 170mm
          XL 185-198cm 29 170mm 50mm 780mm 170mm

          Product Details

          ROCKY MOUNTAIN ELEMENT ALLOY 10 2022 - BLACK

          It’s not often we say “brand new” and if we do, it has a heavy dose of marketing on top of it. But Rocky Mountain’s 2022 Element is really brand new. Ground up new. We promise.

          This is why:

          The old Element was a cross-country (XC) mountain bike. Sharp handling, super efficient to pedal and comfortable over long distances. It was one of the first trend setters for long-travel XC mountain bikes.

          But it needed an update.

          The Slayer’s new frame design (model year 2020) set the standard and design cues that would trickle down into the new Altitude (29, 170mm/160mm) and Instinct (29, 150mm/140mm).

          These design features included stuff like new aluminium (and carbon) frame construction, dual-row bearings in high load areas of the frame, bigger internal cable routing ports and updated suspension behaviour.


          THE STORY

          Thus, Rocky decided to move away from the typical XC race bike - low, aggressive and frighteningly fast. Don’t get me wrong, the new Element is still fast just without the frightening bit.


          That’s because Rocky is a brand that specialises in bikes that don’t fit the mould. Their long travel bikes pedal better than most other short travel bikes. Rocky’s short travel bikes descend better than most long travel bikes.


          The Element is a mini Trail bike, rather than an over-forked XC bike - sliding into the Down-country category perfectly perhaps?

          It’s designed for riders who still need the addictive speed and excellent pedalling manners.

          But - this is important - who would rather have far more stability (and fun) when speeds and the trail gets a touch faster and technical.

          If your home trails are Plenty Gorge, Lysterfield Park and the Kurrajong side of the You Yangs, the Element is going to feel at home.


          THE FRAME

          Rocky has done so much to the Element. So, we’ll break it down:

          MORE TRAVEL

          It now uses 120mm of rear wheel travel and is paired to a 130mm front fork.

          Why?

          To make the Element more forgiving in the tech stuff and keep it stable at speed. This means you crash less. All without sacrificing the bike’s pedalling efficiency.


          RIDE-4

          Rocky gives the Element 4 different geometry (think DH versus XC modes). These 4 setups help the Element stay versatile; allowing you to tune the bike to the types of trails you ride most.


          HYDRATION

          Long rides need more hydration. The new Element is designed for endurance experiences with provisions for 2 water bottles. Mount the bottle high or low.


          Smoothlink(™) controls how the rear end behaves depending on where the shock is in its travel.

          It’s supple initially to smooth out impacts.

          It gives the shock loads of mid-stroke support to stop it from feeling sloppy in corners. And lastly, built in progression towards the end of travel ensures you have a ride that feels like it’s got more travel than it actually has.


          THE ELEMENT ALLOY 10 BUILD

          The Alloy 10 is the entry-point bike into the new Element range.

          It floats on a Rock Shox suspension package, front and rear. The Judy Silver front fork has 130mm of travel. It’s built with 30mm straight wall tubes to maintain stiffness.

          An air spring allows riders to adjust the suppleness to their weight - there’s a little bit more to this but we do a suspension set up in store and go through the details.

          A Rock Shox Deluxe Select rear shock handles the impacts out back. This also has air spring and rebound adjustments.

          Shimano’s Deore 11-speed drivetrain is exceptional value and packs a lot of tech. The massive 11 to 51-tooth rear gear sprocket allows plenty of range climbing steep inclines and descending.

          Shifting under load is something that Shimano equipment does exceptionally well, and the value-driven 11-speed Deore groupset delivers the same performance.

          Further, Shimano hubs with wider Boost spacing strengthen the wheel and improve how easily the Element Alloy 10 rolls.

          Specifications

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