2002 Rocky Mountain RM7 FR 5

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Parts

Frame
Rocky Mountain
rm7
Frame: Rocky Mountain rm7
Rear Shock
FOX
VAN RC
Rear Shock: FOX VAN RC
Fork
Marzocchi
Shiver dc
Fork: Marzocchi Shiver dc
Headset
FSA
Headset: FSA
Handlebar
Easton
EA70 Monkey Bar
Handlebar: Easton EA70 Monkey Bar
Stem
Other
Power Tools
Stem: Other Power Tools
Grips
ODI
Elite Pro Lock-On
Grips: ODI Elite Pro Lock-On
Brakes
Hayes
MAG
Brakes: Hayes MAG
Shifters
Shimano
deore xt M750
Shifters: Shimano deore xt M750
Rear Derailleur
Shimano
Deore XT M750
Rear Derailleur: Shimano Deore XT M750
Chainguide
MRP
Chainguide: MRP
Cranks
Race Face
North Shore Forged
Cranks: Race Face North Shore Forged
Chainrings / Sprocket
Shimano
40 tooth
Chainrings / Sprocket: Shimano. Misc: 40 tooth
Bottom Bracket
Race Face
Titanium Taper Lock
Bottom Bracket: Race Face Titanium Taper Lock
Chain
KMC
Chain: KMC
Cassette / Rear Cog
Shimano
Cassette / Rear Cog: Shimano
Pedals
Wellgo
Pedals: Wellgo
Front Rim
Spinergy
Fall Line
Front Rim: Spinergy Fall Line
Rear Rim
Spinergy
Fall Line
Rear Rim: Spinergy Fall Line
Hubs
Spinergy
Hubs: Spinergy
Spokes
Other
Spokes: Other
Front Tire
Maxxis
High Roller 2.5
Front Tire: Maxxis High Roller 2.5
Rear Tire
Maxxis
High Roller 2.35
Rear Tire: Maxxis High Roller 2.35
Saddle
WTB
Speed V
Saddle: WTB Speed V
Seatpost
Titec
Seatpost: Titec
General Info

General Info

Model Year
2002
Model Year:
2002
Riding Type
Freeride
Riding Type:
Freeride
Weight
44 lb 0 oz (19,958 g)
Weight: 44 lb 0 oz (19,958 g)
Additional Info

A true cult classic. One of Rocky Mountains greatest hits. Popularized by true pioneers. Wade Simmons, Brett Tippie, Thomas Vanderham, and Tarek Rasouli all piloted these to greatness. They altered everyone's perception of what was possible on mountain bikes. Just think how different New World Disorder, Kranked, or even freeride in general would have been without the RM7.    

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A true cult classic. One of Rocky Mountains greatest hits. Popularized by true pioneers. Wade Simmons, Brett Tippie, Thomas Vanderham, and Tarek Rasouli all piloted these to greatness. They altered everyone's perception of what was possible on mountain bikes. Just think how different New World Disorder, Kranked, or even freeride in general would have been without the RM7.    

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