Rocky Mountain Flatline 1 Downhill Full Suspension

3.75/5 (4 Reviews)


Product Description

  • Frame Rocky Mountain
  • FORM™ 7005
  • Frame Weight N/A
  • Fork RockShox Domain 302
  • Front Travel 180mm
  • Rear Shock FOX Vanilla R
  • Rear Travel N/A
  • Head Set FSA Orbit E 1.5
  • Stem RMB Alloy 10 DEG
  • Handlebar RMB Alloy
  • Brakes Avid Juicy 3 w/8
  • Brake Levers Avid Juicy 3
  • Shifters SRAM X7
  • Gearing (FR) N/A
  • Gearing (RR) SRAM X7 9spd
  • Cranks & Chainrings Truvativ Hussefelt 36T
  • Cranks N/A
  • Chainrings N/A
  • Bottom Bracket Truvativ Howitzer
  • Pedals VP-559 DH
  • Hubs (FR) RMB Alloy Disc 12mm Axle
  • Hubs (RR) RMB Alloy Disc 20mm Axle
  • Cog-Set SRAM PG-950 11/32
  • Chain SRAM PC-951
  • Spokes Stainless
  • Rims Alex FR32 Dbl Wall 26
  • Tires (RR/FR) WTB Dissent 2.5 A.V.
  • Seat Post RMB Alloy 30.9mm w/c
  • Saddle WTB Pure V Race
  • Wheel set N/A


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    Reviews 1 - 4 (4 Reviews Total)

    User Reviews

    Overall Rating:1
    Value Rating:1
    Submitted by AAAustin a Cross Country Rider from Compton

    Date Reviewed: May 24, 2011

    Strengths:    None actualy the only thing I like about the bike is the grips the rest is.
    Horrible


    Weaknesses:    Everything

    Bottom Line:   
    The bottom line is this bike is bottom line

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    Favorite Trail:   Easy way down

    Duration Product Used:   6 months

    Price Paid:    $2000.00

    Purchased At:   Nevada bobs golf

    Similar Products Used:   Supercycle hooligan

    Bike Setup:   Stalk

    Overall Rating:4
    Value Rating:5
    Submitted by dave1225 a Downhiller from California

    Date Reviewed: March 8, 2010

    Strengths:    stout, stiff frame...can handle just about anything!

    Weaknesses:    brakes...and it's a wee bit heavy in the frame

    Bottom Line:   
    This bike is a beast! It has taken everything I've thrown at it...or off of :)...and begged for more. It could use better brakes and better suspension but for $2000, I got one hell of a bike! This is my first non-FSR style suspension bike, and I must say that so far, I am very impressed! If you're looking for a burly DH/FR bike that you don't really have to worry about tuning the suspension, then this is the bike for you.

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    Duration Product Used:   Less than 1 month

    Price Paid:    $2000.00

    Purchased At:   BikeBling.com

    Similar Products Used:   BigHit, Demo9, A-Line

    Bike Setup:   stock

    Overall Rating:5
    Value Rating:5
    Submitted by RockyMountain-Flatline a Downhiller from kelowna

    Date Reviewed: October 13, 2009

    Strengths:    very strong frame and has an awesome rear suspension its got a bottomless feel

    Weaknesses:    it is a fairly heavy dh frame

    Bottom Line:   
    its a great bike for $3000 all the stock parts are fine for freeride use and with some upgrades it always turns heads ^_^

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    Duration Product Used:   2 Years

    Price Paid:    $2700.00

    Purchased At:   outbound cycle westb

    Similar Products Used:   rocky mountain rmx

    Bike Setup:   as of now = fox 40's fox dhx 5.0,truvativ bars/stem/cranks/pedals white, minions!! lolz

    Overall Rating:5
    Value Rating:5
    Submitted by devinci rider a Downhiller from Surrey

    Date Reviewed: July 17, 2009

    Strengths:    Sweet fork and rear shock. Takes absoloutly anything you throw at it!!! Lets say pretty much everything.

    Weaknesses:    A bit heavy, but it's a downhill bike for crying out loud. THe rear wheel also doesn't have a quick release, kinda weird.

    Bottom Line:   
    Sweet Bike!!! Wuld reccomend it to anyone who wants a sweet bike and an amazing ride. I do not regret buying this. PEACE:)

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    Favorite Trail:   Three-Drop

    Duration Product Used:   Less than 1 month

    Price Paid:    $3000.00

    Purchased At:   Bike Shop

    Similar Products Used:   Nothing that comes even close to this beast.

    Bike Setup:   66 RCV fork, Fox VAN R rear shock, Avid Juicy Three SL disk brakes. THese are the main parts.

    Reviews 1 - 4 (4 Reviews Total)

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