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ROCKY MOUNTAIN THUNDERBOLT CARBON 90 BC EDITION

The Thunderbolt Carbon 90 BC Edition is one of the best trail bikes you’ll ever own. Let me explain why.

WHO IS THE THUNDERBOLT BC FOR?

The Thunderbolt Carbon 90 is the top of the range mountain bike in the Thunderbolt line. It delivers 140mm of rear wheel travel and is paired to a 140mm travel Fox 36 Float fork - the stiffest single crown fork in the Fox Suspension line.

Not only is the big dog completely happy shredding fast cross-country mountain bike trails, but its also at ease on steep and raw singletrack. If you’re reading this and you’re in metropolitan Victoria, then places like Red Hill, Lysterfield Park, You Yangs, Harcourt and Silvan are just some of the locations that the Thunderbolt Carbon 90 is perfect for.

Although the bike can be piloted by experienced riders on double black diamond descents, for most, this will be the limit. So if this level of descending is your normal, then you’re better off with the Altitude or Instinct Carbon 90 BC Edition.

At its heart is Ride 9. It allows you to change the Thunderbolt’s geometry 9 different ways. In fact, it’s not only the geometry that changes, it’s also the suspension behaviour (also called tune or suspension rate).

FYI, suspension tune depending on the bike’s purposes. The Giant Reign is designed for seriously technical descending, so gets a ‘Progressive’ rear shock tune, and the Anthem 29er, designed for climbing and sprints get a ‘Linear’ tune.

Placing the Thunderbolt BC in Downhill, Neutral or Efficient modes changes the bike’s suspension rate and tune to coincide with the geometry change. More on this later.

THE THUNDERBOLT BC FRAME

Not all carbon is made the same. Different resins, manufacturing methods and various types of carbon - all make a difference.

Rocky doesn’t do different levels of carbon. They use only one - the best in the business. The boffins at Rocky use a technique called Smoothwall Carbon. The trick with carbon is to minimise voids (bubbles) in the layers of carbon and wrinkling; all of these affect the integrity of the bike’s frame. The end result has to be smooth.

If you’ve ever seen the inside of a quality carbon frame, there are none of these imperfections. Such is the case with the Thunderbolt BC. It’s the equivalent of a Santa Cruz CC (not C) frameset or Yeti’s Turq series frame.

Every pivot location on the frame rolls on the best bearings in the business - Enduro Bearings. Not only do they deliver minimal friction, but they also ensure the rear shock reacts to small bumps almost instantly, delivering superb traction.

A full carbon rear triangle significantly increases the ‘bolt’s torsion stiffness. I will go as far as saying that it’s a must-have for serious enthusiasts. Why? Because it delivers superb handling, traction and power delivery. Whether it’s sticking the high line over tree roots, find the perfect narrow line through a tricky rock section, or simply putting the power down on punchy climbs or out of corners. It has a huge impact on how the bike rides.

It’s also one of the very few frames that can accommodate Fox Live Valve; Fox’s new electronic suspension platform. So, if you’re the type of rider that keeps his bikes for a while, this is good future proofing.

WHAT’S RIDE 9?

Ride 9 is the best thing you’ve never heard of.

Its sole purpose is to make sure the bike is as versatile as possible. Ride 9 allows its rider to change the Thunderbolt’s geometry (and suspension tune) to handle almost any trail and riding style.

How do you change it? By changing the position of the lower shock bolt (see below image).

You’ll see 2 squares, one within the other. By arranging these two squares, the hole the bolt goes through changes position - delivering 9 positions in total.

Ride 9 changes four variables or values on the bike; Reach (R), Head Tube Angle (HTA), Seat Tube Angle (STA) and Bottom Bracket Drop (BBD).

There are 3 ‘extreme’ positions; Slack (DH), Neutral and Steep (XC).

Riding high-speed DH runs, such as Hero at Bright or Narbethong, requires stability and a shock tune that doesn’t bottom out easily (called Progressive in nerd-speak). So P1 is your friend here. P1 lowers your bracket and slackens all the angles out - delivering the most stable position for the Thunderbolt.

P5 is the default position. Every Rocky we pull out of the box is in P5. It’s the most well-rounded geometry and suspension tune and a very good base to start from. Get accustomed to the bike here, then move to the other positions.

Keep the Thunderbolt in P9 if you’re riding smooth, undulation flow trails or a lot of your trails feature climbing.

From experience and speaking with many of our Rocky Mountain customers, most riders tend to go from Neutral towards P5. These bikes are so fast and efficient naturally, that most riders prefer the extra stability of P1 to P5.

All of this might be blowing your mind right about now. Yes, there’s a lot of engineering involved here guys! But this is what separates Rocky from other brands. With Ride 9 you have 2 or 3 bikes - in the one bike.

THUNDERBOLT CARBON 90 COMPONENTS

FLOATING ON FOX SUSPENSION

A Fox Float Performance Elite Suspension package is paired to the Thunderbolt frame. It’s one of the best suspension packages from Fox because it uses the new FIT4 damper system (later) and delivers simple, useable features that allow the rider to quickly tune suspension feel.

FIT4 is the 4th generation damper from Fox. What’s important to understand here guys is it’s a closed bath damper. What does that mean? Oil and air are separated - in this case with a rubber bladder. Separating these two, means they don’t get to mix and cause cavitation. Very bad for suspension.

SRAM EAGLE

SRAM GX Eagle has dominated to the extent that Shimano is so rarely seen on a high-end bike anymore. A 500% gear range means the bike can be pedalled almost anywhere. And the gear shifts are superb; fast and precise. Much better than the equivalent Shimano. Things might change in the future, but for now, SRAM Eagle is a must on any new bike.

WHEELS

Gone are the days of skinny rims. At 26mm wide internally and 29mm externally, the Stan’s Arch MK3 rims are perfect for this build. They are wide enough to accommodate wide tyres; allowing the tyres to maintain their profile in corners and smooth out trail chatter. Rims are setup tubeless and the Thunderbolt comes supplies with tubeless valves.

The rims are laced to a Rocky Mountain sealed front hub and a DT Swiss 350 rear hub.

ROCKY MOUNTAIN THUNDERBOLT CARBON 90 BC EDITION

The Thunderbolt Carbon 90 BC Edition is one of the best trail bikes you’ll ever own. Let me explain why.

WHO IS THE THUNDERBOLT BC FOR?

The Thunderbolt Carbon 90 is the top of the range mountain bike in the Thunderbolt line. It delivers 140mm of rear wheel travel and is paired to a 140mm travel Fox 36 Float fork - the stiffest single crown fork in the Fox Suspension line.

Not only is the big dog completely happy shredding fast cross-country mountain bike trails, but its also at ease on steep and raw singletrack. If you’re reading this and you’re in metropolitan Victoria, then places like Red Hill, Lysterfield Park, You Yangs, Harcourt and Silvan are just some of the locations that the Thunderbolt Carbon 90 is perfect for.

Although the bike can be piloted by experienced riders on double black diamond descents, for most, this will be the limit. So if this level of descending is your normal, then you’re better off with the Altitude or Instinct Carbon 90 BC Edition.

At its heart is Ride 9. It allows you to change the Thunderbolt’s geometry 9 different ways. In fact, it’s not only the geometry that changes, it’s also the suspension behaviour (also called tune or suspension rate).

FYI, suspension tune depending on the bike’s purposes. The Giant Reign is designed for seriously technical descending, so gets a ‘Progressive’ rear shock tune, and the Anthem 29er, designed for climbing and sprints get a ‘Linear’ tune.

Placing the Thunderbolt BC in Downhill, Neutral or Efficient modes changes the bike’s suspension rate and tune to coincide with the geometry change. More on this later.

THE THUNDERBOLT BC FRAME

Not all carbon is made the same. Different resins, manufacturing methods and various types of carbon - all make a difference.

Rocky doesn’t do different levels of carbon. They use only one - the best in the business. The boffins at Rocky use a technique called Smoothwall Carbon. The trick with carbon is to minimise voids (bubbles) in the layers of carbon and wrinkling; all of these affect the integrity of the bike’s frame. The end result has to be smooth.

If you’ve ever seen the inside of a quality carbon frame, there are none of these imperfections. Such is the case with the Thunderbolt BC. It’s the equivalent of a Santa Cruz CC (not C) frameset or Yeti’s Turq series frame.

Every pivot location on the frame rolls on the best bearings in the business - Enduro Bearings. Not only do they deliver minimal friction, but they also ensure the rear shock reacts to small bumps almost instantly, delivering superb traction.

A full carbon rear triangle significantly increases the ‘bolt’s torsion stiffness. I will go as far as saying that it’s a must-have for serious enthusiasts. Why? Because it delivers superb handling, traction and power delivery. Whether it’s sticking the high line over tree roots, find the perfect narrow line through a tricky rock section, or simply putting the power down on punchy climbs or out of corners. It has a huge impact on how the bike rides.

It’s also one of the very few frames that can accommodate Fox Live Valve; Fox’s new electronic suspension platform. So, if you’re the type of rider that keeps his bikes for a while, this is good future proofing.

WHAT’S RIDE 9?

Ride 9 is the best thing you’ve never heard of.

Its sole purpose is to make sure the bike is as versatile as possible. Ride 9 allows its rider to change the Thunderbolt’s geometry (and suspension tune) to handle almost any trail and riding style.

How do you change it? By changing the position of the lower shock bolt (see below image).

You’ll see 2 squares, one within the other. By arranging these two squares, the hole the bolt goes through changes position - delivering 9 positions in total.

Ride 9 changes four variables or values on the bike; Reach (R), Head Tube Angle (HTA), Seat Tube Angle (STA) and Bottom Bracket Drop (BBD).

There are 3 ‘extreme’ positions; Slack (DH), Neutral and Steep (XC).

Riding high-speed DH runs, such as Hero at Bright or Narbethong, requires stability and a shock tune that doesn’t bottom out easily (called Progressive in nerd-speak). So P1 is your friend here. P1 lowers your bracket and slackens all the angles out - delivering the most stable position for the Thunderbolt.

P5 is the default position. Every Rocky we pull out of the box is in P5. It’s the most well-rounded geometry and suspension tune and a very good base to start from. Get accustomed to the bike here, then move to the other positions.

Keep the Thunderbolt in P9 if you’re riding smooth, undulation flow trails or a lot of your trails feature climbing.

From experience and speaking with many of our Rocky Mountain customers, most riders tend to go from Neutral towards P5. These bikes are so fast and efficient naturally, that most riders prefer the extra stability of P1 to P5.

All of this might be blowing your mind right about now. Yes, there’s a lot of engineering involved here guys! But this is what separates Rocky from other brands. With Ride 9 you have 2 or 3 bikes - in the one bike.

THUNDERBOLT CARBON 90 COMPONENTS

FLOATING ON FOX SUSPENSION

A Fox Float Performance Elite Suspension package is paired to the Thunderbolt frame. It’s one of the best suspension packages from Fox because it uses the new FIT4 damper system (later) and delivers simple, useable features that allow the rider to quickly tune suspension feel.

FIT4 is the 4th generation damper from Fox. What’s important to understand here guys is it’s a closed bath damper. What does that mean? Oil and air are separated - in this case with a rubber bladder. Separating these two, means they don’t get to mix and cause cavitation. Very bad for suspension.

SRAM EAGLE

SRAM GX Eagle has dominated to the extent that Shimano is so rarely seen on a high-end bike anymore. A 500% gear range means the bike can be pedalled almost anywhere. And the gear shifts are superb; fast and precise. Much better than the equivalent Shimano. Things might change in the future, but for now, SRAM Eagle is a must on any new bike.

WHEELS

Gone are the days of skinny rims. At 26mm wide internally and 29mm externally, the Stan’s Arch MK3 rims are perfect for this build. They are wide enough to accommodate wide tyres; allowing the tyres to maintain their profile in corners and smooth out trail chatter. Rims are setup tubeless and the Thunderbolt comes supplies with tubeless valves.

The rims are laced to a Rocky Mountain sealed front hub and a DT Swiss 350 rear hub.

ROCKY MOUNTAIN THUNDERBOLT CARBON 90 BC EDITION

The Thunderbolt Carbon 90 BC Edition is one of the best trail bikes you’ll ever own. Let me explain why.

WHO IS THE THUNDERBOLT BC FOR?

The Thunderbolt Carbon 90 is the top of the range mountain bike in the Thunderbolt line. It delivers 140mm of rear wheel travel and is paired to a 140mm travel Fox 36 Float fork - the stiffest single crown fork in the Fox Suspension line.

Not only is the big dog completely happy shredding fast cross-country mountain bike trails, but its also at ease on steep and raw singletrack. If you’re reading this and you’re in metropolitan Victoria, then places like Red Hill, Lysterfield Park, You Yangs, Harcourt and Silvan are just some of the locations that the Thunderbolt Carbon 90 is perfect for.

Although the bike can be piloted by experienced riders on double black diamond descents, for most, this will be the limit. So if this level of descending is your normal, then you’re better off with the Altitude or Instinct Carbon 90 BC Edition.

At its heart is Ride 9. It allows you to change the Thunderbolt’s geometry 9 different ways. In fact, it’s not only the geometry that changes, it’s also the suspension behaviour (also called tune or suspension rate).

FYI, suspension tune depending on the bike’s purposes. The Giant Reign is designed for seriously technical descending, so gets a ‘Progressive’ rear shock tune, and the Anthem 29er, designed for climbing and sprints get a ‘Linear’ tune.

Placing the Thunderbolt BC in Downhill, Neutral or Efficient modes changes the bike’s suspension rate and tune to coincide with the geometry change. More on this later.

THE THUNDERBOLT BC FRAME

Not all carbon is made the same. Different resins, manufacturing methods and various types of carbon - all make a difference.

Rocky doesn’t do different levels of carbon. They use only one - the best in the business. The boffins at Rocky use a technique called Smoothwall Carbon. The trick with carbon is to minimise voids (bubbles) in the layers of carbon and wrinkling; all of these affect the integrity of the bike’s frame. The end result has to be smooth.

If you’ve ever seen the inside of a quality carbon frame, there are none of these imperfections. Such is the case with the Thunderbolt BC. It’s the equivalent of a Santa Cruz CC (not C) frameset or Yeti’s Turq series frame.

Every pivot location on the frame rolls on the best bearings in the business - Enduro Bearings. Not only do they deliver minimal friction, but they also ensure the rear shock reacts to small bumps almost instantly, delivering superb traction.

A full carbon rear triangle significantly increases the ‘bolt’s torsion stiffness. I will go as far as saying that it’s a must-have for serious enthusiasts. Why? Because it delivers superb handling, traction and power delivery. Whether it’s sticking the high line over tree roots, find the perfect narrow line through a tricky rock section, or simply putting the power down on punchy climbs or out of corners. It has a huge impact on how the bike rides.

It’s also one of the very few frames that can accommodate Fox Live Valve; Fox’s new electronic suspension platform. So, if you’re the type of rider that keeps his bikes for a while, this is good future proofing.

WHAT’S RIDE 9?

Ride 9 is the best thing you’ve never heard of.

Its sole purpose is to make sure the bike is as versatile as possible. Ride 9 allows its rider to change the Thunderbolt’s geometry (and suspension tune) to handle almost any trail and riding style.

How do you change it? By changing the position of the lower shock bolt (see below image).

You’ll see 2 squares, one within the other. By arranging these two squares, the hole the bolt goes through changes position - delivering 9 positions in total.

Ride 9 changes four variables or values on the bike; Reach (R), Head Tube Angle (HTA), Seat Tube Angle (STA) and Bottom Bracket Drop (BBD).

There are 3 ‘extreme’ positions; Slack (DH), Neutral and Steep (XC).

Riding high-speed DH runs, such as Hero at Bright or Narbethong, requires stability and a shock tune that doesn’t bottom out easily (called Progressive in nerd-speak). So P1 is your friend here. P1 lowers your bracket and slackens all the angles out - delivering the most stable position for the Thunderbolt.

P5 is the default position. Every Rocky we pull out of the box is in P5. It’s the most well-rounded geometry and suspension tune and a very good base to start from. Get accustomed to the bike here, then move to the other positions.

Keep the Thunderbolt in P9 if you’re riding smooth, undulation flow trails or a lot of your trails feature climbing.

From experience and speaking with many of our Rocky Mountain customers, most riders tend to go from Neutral towards P5. These bikes are so fast and efficient naturally, that most riders prefer the extra stability of P1 to P5.

All of this might be blowing your mind right about now. Yes, there’s a lot of engineering involved here guys! But this is what separates Rocky from other brands. With Ride 9 you have 2 or 3 bikes - in the one bike.

THUNDERBOLT CARBON 90 COMPONENTS

FLOATING ON FOX SUSPENSION

A Fox Float Performance Elite Suspension package is paired to the Thunderbolt frame. It’s one of the best suspension packages from Fox because it uses the new FIT4 damper system (later) and delivers simple, useable features that allow the rider to quickly tune suspension feel.

FIT4 is the 4th generation damper from Fox. What’s important to understand here guys is it’s a closed bath damper. What does that mean? Oil and air are separated - in this case with a rubber bladder. Separating these two, means they don’t get to mix and cause cavitation. Very bad for suspension.

SRAM EAGLE

SRAM GX Eagle has dominated to the extent that Shimano is so rarely seen on a high-end bike anymore. A 500% gear range means the bike can be pedalled almost anywhere. And the gear shifts are superb; fast and precise. Much better than the equivalent Shimano. Things might change in the future, but for now, SRAM Eagle is a must on any new bike.

WHEELS

Gone are the days of skinny rims. At 26mm wide internally and 29mm externally, the Stan’s Arch MK3 rims are perfect for this build. They are wide enough to accommodate wide tyres; allowing the tyres to maintain their profile in corners and smooth out trail chatter. Rims are setup tubeless and the Thunderbolt comes supplies with tubeless valves.

The rims are laced to a Rocky Mountain sealed front hub and a DT Swiss 350 rear hub.

ROCKY MOUNTAIN THUNDERBOLT CARBON 90 BC EDITION

The Thunderbolt Carbon 90 BC Edition is one of the best trail bikes you’ll ever own. Let me explain why.

WHO IS THE THUNDERBOLT BC FOR?

The Thunderbolt Carbon 90 is the top of the range mountain bike in the Thunderbolt line. It delivers 140mm of rear wheel travel and is paired to a 140mm travel Fox 36 Float fork - the stiffest single crown fork in the Fox Suspension line.

Not only is the big dog completely happy shredding fast cross-country mountain bike trails, but its also at ease on steep and raw singletrack. If you’re reading this and you’re in metropolitan Victoria, then places like Red Hill, Lysterfield Park, You Yangs, Harcourt and Silvan are just some of the locations that the Thunderbolt Carbon 90 is perfect for.

Although the bike can be piloted by experienced riders on double black diamond descents, for most, this will be the limit. So if this level of descending is your normal, then you’re better off with the Altitude or Instinct Carbon 90 BC Edition.

At its heart is Ride 9. It allows you to change the Thunderbolt’s geometry 9 different ways. In fact, it’s not only the geometry that changes, it’s also the suspension behaviour (also called tune or suspension rate).

FYI, suspension tune depending on the bike’s purposes. The Giant Reign is designed for seriously technical descending, so gets a ‘Progressive’ rear shock tune, and the Anthem 29er, designed for climbing and sprints get a ‘Linear’ tune.

Placing the Thunderbolt BC in Downhill, Neutral or Efficient modes changes the bike’s suspension rate and tune to coincide with the geometry change. More on this later.

THE THUNDERBOLT BC FRAME

Not all carbon is made the same. Different resins, manufacturing methods and various types of carbon - all make a difference.

Rocky doesn’t do different levels of carbon. They use only one - the best in the business. The boffins at Rocky use a technique called Smoothwall Carbon. The trick with carbon is to minimise voids (bubbles) in the layers of carbon and wrinkling; all of these affect the integrity of the bike’s frame. The end result has to be smooth.

If you’ve ever seen the inside of a quality carbon frame, there are none of these imperfections. Such is the case with the Thunderbolt BC. It’s the equivalent of a Santa Cruz CC (not C) frameset or Yeti’s Turq series frame.

Every pivot location on the frame rolls on the best bearings in the business - Enduro Bearings. Not only do they deliver minimal friction, but they also ensure the rear shock reacts to small bumps almost instantly, delivering superb traction.

A full carbon rear triangle significantly increases the ‘bolt’s torsion stiffness. I will go as far as saying that it’s a must-have for serious enthusiasts. Why? Because it delivers superb handling, traction and power delivery. Whether it’s sticking the high line over tree roots, find the perfect narrow line through a tricky rock section, or simply putting the power down on punchy climbs or out of corners. It has a huge impact on how the bike rides.

It’s also one of the very few frames that can accommodate Fox Live Valve; Fox’s new electronic suspension platform. So, if you’re the type of rider that keeps his bikes for a while, this is good future proofing.

WHAT’S RIDE 9?

Ride 9 is the best thing you’ve never heard of.

Its sole purpose is to make sure the bike is as versatile as possible. Ride 9 allows its rider to change the Thunderbolt’s geometry (and suspension tune) to handle almost any trail and riding style.

How do you change it? By changing the position of the lower shock bolt (see below image).

You’ll see 2 squares, one within the other. By arranging these two squares, the hole the bolt goes through changes position - delivering 9 positions in total.

Ride 9 changes four variables or values on the bike; Reach (R), Head Tube Angle (HTA), Seat Tube Angle (STA) and Bottom Bracket Drop (BBD).

There are 3 ‘extreme’ positions; Slack (DH), Neutral and Steep (XC).

Riding high-speed DH runs, such as Hero at Bright or Narbethong, requires stability and a shock tune that doesn’t bottom out easily (called Progressive in nerd-speak). So P1 is your friend here. P1 lowers your bracket and slackens all the angles out - delivering the most stable position for the Thunderbolt.

P5 is the default position. Every Rocky we pull out of the box is in P5. It’s the most well-rounded geometry and suspension tune and a very good base to start from. Get accustomed to the bike here, then move to the other positions.

Keep the Thunderbolt in P9 if you’re riding smooth, undulation flow trails or a lot of your trails feature climbing.

From experience and speaking with many of our Rocky Mountain customers, most riders tend to go from Neutral towards P5. These bikes are so fast and efficient naturally, that most riders prefer the extra stability of P1 to P5.

All of this might be blowing your mind right about now. Yes, there’s a lot of engineering involved here guys! But this is what separates Rocky from other brands. With Ride 9 you have 2 or 3 bikes - in the one bike.

THUNDERBOLT CARBON 90 COMPONENTS

FLOATING ON FOX SUSPENSION

A Fox Float Performance Elite Suspension package is paired to the Thunderbolt frame. It’s one of the best suspension packages from Fox because it uses the new FIT4 damper system (later) and delivers simple, useable features that allow the rider to quickly tune suspension feel.

FIT4 is the 4th generation damper from Fox. What’s important to understand here guys is it’s a closed bath damper. What does that mean? Oil and air are separated - in this case with a rubber bladder. Separating these two, means they don’t get to mix and cause cavitation. Very bad for suspension.

SRAM EAGLE

SRAM GX Eagle has dominated to the extent that Shimano is so rarely seen on a high-end bike anymore. A 500% gear range means the bike can be pedalled almost anywhere. And the gear shifts are superb; fast and precise. Much better than the equivalent Shimano. Things might change in the future, but for now, SRAM Eagle is a must on any new bike.

WHEELS

Gone are the days of skinny rims. At 26mm wide internally and 29mm externally, the Stan’s Arch MK3 rims are perfect for this build. They are wide enough to accommodate wide tyres; allowing the tyres to maintain their profile in corners and smooth out trail chatter. Rims are setup tubeless and the Thunderbolt comes supplies with tubeless valves.

The rims are laced to a Rocky Mountain sealed front hub and a DT Swiss 350 rear hub.

Frame SMOOTHWALL™ Carbon. Full Sealed Cartridge Bearings. Press Fit BB. Internal Cable Routing. 2-Bolt ISCG05 Tabs. RIDE-9™ Adjustable Geometry + Suspension Rate / SMOOTHWALL™ rear triangle
Fork Fox 36 Float Performance Elite, 140mm travel
Shock Fox Float DPS EVOL Performance Elite, 140mm rear wheel travel
Headset FSA Orbit NO.57E
Stem Rocky Mountain 35 CNC
Handlebar Race Face Turbine R 780mm
Grips Rocky Mountain Lock On XC
Brakes SRAM Guide RS
Shifter SRAM GX Eagle 12-speed
Rear Derailleur SRAM GX Eagle 12-speed
Cranks & Chainrings SRAM Stylo 7k Eagle 34T
Bottom Bracket SRAM GXP BB92
Cassette SRAM XG-1275 10-50T
Chain SRAM GX Eagle
Front Hub Rocky Mountain Sealed Boost 15mm
Rear Hub DT Swiss 350 Boost 148mm
Spokes WTB 1.8-1.6
Rims Stans Arch MK3 Tubeless Ready - Tape / Valves Inc
Tyres Maxxis Minion DHF Maxx Terra 3C Tubeless Ready 27.5 x 2.3 / Maxxis Minion DHR II Maxx Terra 3C Tubeless Ready 27.5 x 2.3
Seatpost Fox Transfer Performance Elite 30.9mm
Saddle WTB Silverado Race
Weight 12.57 KG
Frame SMOOTHWALL™ Carbon. Full Sealed Cartridge Bearings. Press Fit BB. Internal Cable Routing. 2-Bolt ISCG05 Tabs. RIDE-9™ Adjustable Geometry + Suspension Rate / SMOOTHWALL™ rear triangle
Fork Fox 36 Float Performance Elite, 140mm travel
Shock Fox Float DPS EVOL Performance Elite, 140mm rear wheel travel
Headset FSA Orbit NO.57E
Stem Rocky Mountain 35 CNC
Handlebar Race Face Turbine R 780mm
Grips Rocky Mountain Lock On XC
Brakes SRAM Guide RS
Shifter SRAM GX Eagle 12-speed
Rear Derailleur SRAM GX Eagle 12-speed
Cranks & Chainrings SRAM Stylo 7k Eagle 34T
Bottom Bracket SRAM GXP BB92
Cassette SRAM XG-1275 10-50T
Chain SRAM GX Eagle
Front Hub Rocky Mountain Sealed Boost 15mm
Rear Hub DT Swiss 350 Boost 148mm
Spokes WTB 1.8-1.6
Rims Stans Arch MK3 Tubeless Ready - Tape / Valves Inc
Tyres Maxxis Minion DHF Maxx Terra 3C Tubeless Ready 27.5 x 2.3 / Maxxis Minion DHR II Maxx Terra 3C Tubeless Ready 27.5 x 2.3
Seatpost Fox Transfer Performance Elite 30.9mm
Saddle WTB Silverado Race
Weight 12.57 KG
Frame SMOOTHWALL™ Carbon. Full Sealed Cartridge Bearings. Press Fit BB. Internal Cable Routing. 2-Bolt ISCG05 Tabs. RIDE-9™ Adjustable Geometry + Suspension Rate / SMOOTHWALL™ rear triangle
Fork Fox 36 Float Performance Elite, 140mm travel
Shock Fox Float DPS EVOL Performance Elite, 140mm rear wheel travel
Headset FSA Orbit NO.57E
Stem Rocky Mountain 35 CNC
Handlebar Race Face Turbine R 780mm
Grips Rocky Mountain Lock On XC
Brakes SRAM Guide RS
Shifter SRAM GX Eagle 12-speed
Rear Derailleur SRAM GX Eagle 12-speed
Cranks & Chainrings SRAM Stylo 7k Eagle 34T
Bottom Bracket SRAM GXP BB92
Cassette SRAM XG-1275 10-50T
Chain SRAM GX Eagle
Front Hub Rocky Mountain Sealed Boost 15mm
Rear Hub DT Swiss 350 Boost 148mm
Spokes WTB 1.8-1.6
Rims Stans Arch MK3 Tubeless Ready - Tape / Valves Inc
Tyres Maxxis Minion DHF Maxx Terra 3C Tubeless Ready 27.5 x 2.3 / Maxxis Minion DHR II Maxx Terra 3C Tubeless Ready 27.5 x 2.3
Seatpost Fox Transfer Performance Elite 30.9mm
Saddle WTB Silverado Race
Weight 12.57 KG
Frame SMOOTHWALL™ Carbon. Full Sealed Cartridge Bearings. Press Fit BB. Internal Cable Routing. 2-Bolt ISCG05 Tabs. RIDE-9™ Adjustable Geometry + Suspension Rate / SMOOTHWALL™ rear triangle
Fork Fox 36 Float Performance Elite, 140mm travel
Shock Fox Float DPS EVOL Performance Elite, 140mm rear wheel travel
Headset FSA Orbit NO.57E
Stem Rocky Mountain 35 CNC
Handlebar Race Face Turbine R 780mm
Grips Rocky Mountain Lock On XC
Brakes SRAM Guide RS
Shifter SRAM GX Eagle 12-speed
Rear Derailleur SRAM GX Eagle 12-speed
Cranks & Chainrings SRAM Stylo 7k Eagle 34T
Bottom Bracket SRAM GXP BB92
Cassette SRAM XG-1275 10-50T
Chain SRAM GX Eagle
Front Hub Rocky Mountain Sealed Boost 15mm
Rear Hub DT Swiss 350 Boost 148mm
Spokes WTB 1.8-1.6
Rims Stans Arch MK3 Tubeless Ready - Tape / Valves Inc
Tyres Maxxis Minion DHF Maxx Terra 3C Tubeless Ready 27.5 x 2.3 / Maxxis Minion DHR II Maxx Terra 3C Tubeless Ready 27.5 x 2.3
Seatpost Fox Transfer Performance Elite 30.9mm
Saddle WTB Silverado Race
Weight 12.57 KG