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Rocky Mountain | Altitude Carbon 70 Bike 2020 | Brown/Orange | Medium

Purchase - $7329.00

ROCKY MOUNTAIN ALTITUDE CARBON 70 BIKE 2020TAKING THE TRAIL TO NEW HEIGHTSWhen it comes to capability out on the trail, you'll want a mountain bike that can tackle everything. From endless climbs to difficult descents, you'll want a bike that can do it all. The Rocky Mountain Altitude Carbon 70 Bike is a highly capable, fun, do-it-all trail bike that has the perfect blend of pedaling efficiency, small-bump sensitivity, and has the ability to charge hard. The Smoothwall Carbon frame has full sealed cartridge bearings, internal cable routing, 2-bolt ISCG05 tabs, and RIDE-9 adjustable geometry. The frame has 160mm of travel on the front and 150mm of travel on the rear and has tire clearance for up to 27. 5 x 2. 5" or 26 x 3. 0" tires. The Carbon 70 version of the Rocky Mountain Altitude comes with a Shimano XT 1x12-speed drivetrain that comes with a cassette that has a hill-crushing 10-51T gear range that makes climbing and riding in rough terrain much easier. Shimano XT Trail 4-piston hydraulic disc brakes provide superior stopping power so you can descend with confidence and control. Race Face ARC 30 rims are paired with Maxxis Minion DHF and Aggressor tires that can be set up tubeless for a smoother ride, better traction, and fewer flats. With the OneUp dropper post, you'll be able to quickly lift and lower your saddle so you can climb efficiently with a full leg extension and descend with a lower center of gravity. FeaturesRIDE-9 Adjustable Geometry lets you customize the feel of your bikeShimano XT 1x12-speed drivetrain provides reliable shifting in demanding terrainShimano XT hydraulic disc brakes for superior stopping power in any terrainTubeless-ready rims and tires for a smoother ride, better traction, and fewer flatsOneUp Dropper Post quickly lifts and lowers your saddle without the need to dismountRelated article: RIDE-9 Setup Guide