2018 Rocky Mountain Altitude DIY Rally Edition

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Parts Brand Model Additional info
Frame Rocky Mountain Altitude Alloy XL Custom "Rally Edition" linkage goodies ;)
Rear Shock RockShox Super Deluxe Coil RCT Special goodies inside
Fork Fox Racing Shox 36 Performance Elite Fit4 Special goodies inside
Headset Chris King Grip Lock Threadless Blue
Handlebar Other ANVL Mandrel 800mm 30 rise
Stem Gravity 35mm
Grips Deity Enoki Best grips for riding with no gloves
Brakes Shimano XT Ice Tech 203mm front 180mm rear rotors
Brake Levers Shimano XT
Shifters SRAM GX Eagle
Front Derailleur -------
Rear Derailleur SRAM GX Eagle 1x12
Chainguide ------- MRP AMg soon
Cranks Truvativ Stylo 7k 175mm
Chainrings / Sprocket SRAM 34t
Bottom Bracket Chris King Pressfit Blue
Chain SRAM 12 speed
Cassette / Rear Cog SRAM GX Eagle
Pedals Shimano XT Trail SPD
Front Rim WTB Frequency Team i29 Cushcore installed
Rear Rim WTB Frequency Team i29 Cushcore installed
Hubs White Industries XMR Boost
Spokes DT Swiss Champion 2.0 32 spokes per wheel
Front Tire WTB Vigilante 2.5 Tough/High Grip
Rear Tire WTB Trail Boss 2.4 V2 Trail Boss Tough/Fast Rolling
Saddle WTB Silverado Downieville Edition 10 years old, still looks gorgeous and new
Seatpost Fox Racing Shox Transfer Performance Elite 150mm
Seatpost Clamp -------
General Info
Model Year 2018
Riding Type Trail / All-Mountain
Weight 33 lb 0 oz (14969 g)
Additional Info Rocky Mountain no longer makes a "Rally Edition" of the Altitude so I took it upon myself to make my own. I grew up working at 3 Ring Cycles in San Anselmo, CA which is a Rocky Mountain dealer. Thanks to those guys for the frame hook up. Build up with hometown components like WTB and White Industries. I work as an engineer and have a background in suspension engineering so tweaks have been made to the fork and shock as well as some machined parts for the linkage. Always happy to share in more detail what I did if requested. *I haven't weighted the bike but I would guess it is around 32-33 lbs.
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