2012 Rocky Mountain Flatline Park Bike

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It's okay,

The Good:

Fairly agile, great park bike if the brake spec was a little higher

The Bad:

A bit heavy, some cheap/ low spec stock parts

Overall Review:

Rode for a week in Whistler. Bike was a well maintained rental, it rode well, but not as well as some other bikes I've ridden at Whistler bike park. By the time i was near the bottom the brakes were really hot, and howling like crazy. Can't be that bad though! Vanderham's been riding em for years!

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Great entry DH bike

The Good:

I rented this bike for the summer to see how i liked DH and let me tell you, this bike was a dream to ride. The plush marx fork and the fox van in the bike made for a smooth ride all together.

The Bad:

It is on the heavy side, but hey who cares when your ripping the DH up.

Overall Review:

Great beginner and entry level DH bike. Highly recommened

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Product Rocky Mountain Flatline Park Bike
Model Year 2012
Riding Type Freeride, Downhill
Rider Unisex
Sizes and Geometry
S, M, L View Geometry
Size S M L
Top Tube Length 571mm 596mm 622mm
Head Tube Angle 65° 65° 65°
Head Tube Length 110mm 110mm 110mm
Seat Tube Angle 74 74 74
Seat Tube Length 405 432 457
Bottom Bracket Height -12 -12 -12
Chainstay Length 445mm 445mm 445mm
Wheelbase 1150mm 1176mm 1201mm
Standover 723.9mm 734mm 734mm
Frame Material Aluminum
Frame Material Details FORM™ 7005 Series Custom Shaped Alloy
Rear Travel 213mm
Rear Shock Fox Van R Custom Valved
Fork Marzocchi 888 RV
Fork Travel 200mm
Head Tube Diameter 1.5
Headset Cane Creek Forty Series: ZS49mm Reducer
Handlebar RMB DH25 Ø31.8mm x 720mm x 9° Sweep
Stem RMB DH 10° x 40mm
Brakes Avid Elixir 3 Hydraulic Disc 200mm
Brake Levers Avid Elixir 3
Shifters Sram X5 Triggers 9spd
Front Derailleur
Rear Derailleur Sram X5
Chainguide MRP G2 Mini-G
Cranks Truvativ Hussefelt 165mm
Chainrings 36t
Bottom Bracket Truvativ Hussefelt Howitzer 83mm
Pedals RMB Low Pro Flat
Chain Shimano HG53
Cassette Shimano HG30-9 11-32T
Wheel Size
Rims DT Swiss F 630 Tubeless Compatible
Hubs Wheeltech AM Sealed 20mm Axle / Wheeltech DH Sealed 150 x 12mm Maxle
Spokes DT Swiss Champion
Tires Maxxis Minion DHF 2.5
Saddle SDG Bel Air RL
Seatpost RMB L2B 30.9mm
Seat Post Diameter 30.9
Seatpost Clamp
Rear Dropout / Hub Dimensions 150 x 12
Max. Tire Size
Bottle Cage Mounts
Colors Blue/Yellow
Weight N/A
Price N/A
More Info Rocky Mountain website

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