Rocky Mountain Switch Stealth Freeride Full Suspension

  • Frame: Easton 7005 FS RAD SL Taperwall Aluminum
  • Rear Shock: Fox Float RP3 Custom Valved
  • Rear Travel: 177.8 MM

User Reviews (2)

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Clifford Josey   Weekend Warrior [Aug 29, 2006]
Strength:

Stiff, Stealth, and Rocky Mountain quality...

Weakness:

Tall seat tube measurement for a large.

I owned a 2001 RM7, The leap in technology from that bike to this one is amazing. The same travel, with better standover and a much more solid rear end. The 66 rc2x works great. The whole bike is like a mini DH ripper that jibs off anything. The S3 complete would've been a much better deal, but I had a lot of the parts anyway. This is the best evolution of the Switch yet.

Similar Products Used: Rocky RM7, Older Switch, Kona Stinky, Big hit.
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
4
Simen   Weekend Warrior [Jul 17, 2006]
Strength:

Frame is flawless, nice details, strong, powder coating is resistant to scratches

Weakness:

Heavy but it's a HC freeride bike

This bike can do everything. I lower the fork for steep uphills, rev the propedal on DHX 5.0 and it climbs surprisigly well. Down hill is one plush, bottomles ride. No flex just solid feeling. I use XLs/Fat Albert/Big Betty for epic rides to save some weight.

Similar Products Used: None in this class
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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