2014 Rocky Mountain Altitude Rally Edition – 27.5 Enduro Bike

27.5 Enduro

Introduction

The Rocky Mountain Altitude 27.5 was a a runaway hit as it quickly sold out its first production run. Now, they follow it up with ‘Rally Edition’ which follows in the tradition of ‘BC Edition’ versions that Rocky Mountain produces to spec out their bikes for more demanding users.

These guys from the North Shore, BC know what they’re talking about as they don’t just spec bigger tires and wider bars. They go all in and tweak the stem length, rotors size and even the shock rate of the suspension.

Check out what promises to be a good enduro bike or just a fun all mountain bike.

- Francis Cebedo -

From the Manufacturer

Straight out of the box, Altitude Rally Edition bikes are ready for any Enduro start-gate. Featuring premium race-tuned suspension, DH width bars, 1×10 drivetrain, and burlier wheels, Rally Edition bikes are ready to put power down between the tape and smash berm after berm.

Weight for the Altitude 770 MSL Rally Edition – 29.1 lbs / 13.2 kg (size medium).

2014 Rocky Mountain Altitude Rally Edition Geometry

2014 Rocky Mountain Altitude Rally Edition Models & Specs

Riders: Wade Simmons & Andreas Hestler. Photos by Margus Riga.

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Riders: Wade Simmons & Andreas Hestler. Photographer: Margus Riga.
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Riders: Wade Simmons & Andreas Hestler. Photographer: Margus Riga.
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Riders: Wade Simmons & Andreas Hestler. Photographer: Margus Riga.
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Riders: Wade Simmons & Andreas Hestler. Photographer: Margus Riga.
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Riders: Wade Simmons & Andreas Hestler. Photographer: Margus Riga.
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2014 Rocky Mountain Altitude Rally Edition

Riders: Wade Simmons & Andreas Hestler. Photographer: Margus Riga.
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2014 Rocky Mountain Altitude Rally Edition

Riders: Wade Simmons & Andreas Hestler. Photographer: Margus Riga.
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2014 Rocky Mountain Altitude Rally Edition

Riders: Wade Simmons & Andreas Hestler. Photographer: Margus Riga.
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2014 Rocky Mountain Altitude Rally Edition

Riders: Wade Simmons & Andreas Hestler. Photographer: Margus Riga.
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2014 Rocky Mountain Altitude Rally Edition

Riders: Wade Simmons & Andreas Hestler. Photographer: Margus Riga.
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2014 Rocky Mountain Altitude Rally Edition

Riders: Wade Simmons & Andreas Hestler. Photographer: Margus Riga.
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2014 Rocky Mountain Altitude Rally Edition

Riders: Wade Simmons & Andreas Hestler. Photographer: Margus Riga.
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Riders: Wade Simmons & Andreas Hestler. Photographer: Margus Riga.
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About the author: Francis Cebedo

The founder of mtbr and roadbikereview, Francis Cebedo believes that every cyclist has a lot to teach and a lot to learn. "Our websites are communal hubs for sharing cycling experiences, trading adventure stories, and passing along product information and opinions." Francis' favorite bike is the last bike he rode, whether it's a dirt jumper, singlespeed, trail bike, lugged commuter or ultralight carbon road steed. Indeed, Francis loves cycling in all its forms and is happiest when infecting others with that same passion. Francis also believes that IPA will save America.


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  • Ryan says:

    Got this bike in Aug. It kicks ass. All around awesome, it climbs like a hard tail when you flick the thumb lever to climb mode and the 1×10 helps toughen you up. It also feels like a full on downhill bike on descents thanks to the 2.4 tires, the 780 bars and 150 mill Float X rear suspension. The stock stealth post is a huge plus
    I was in looking for a aggressive all around bike that can get me to the top and i can beat the hell out of on the way down.
    I was looking at 4 bikes. This bike and the Bronson. The Yeti 66c and the Pivot 575 had yet to come out with 650B. {The new Pivot 6 i have recently found that the 2.2 tire in the rear is the max size you can put on it.}
    So far i believe i made the right choice. It continues to impress me on all the different terrains i throw at it. { Moab,Arizona,Hurricane and above 12,000 feet in Colorado. then there is the home trails of the foothills of the Canadian Rockies where you have to climb a minimum of 30 min before you get to go down.}
    The only bad things i can say is that the 650B rims have some side flex to them. aggresive cornering makes the rubber hit the chainstays, Its rare but it does happen.
    The WTB seat looks great but not comfortable and the cover has started to detach.
    The Fox remote shifter for the rear CTD needs to be redesigned, i have turned it downwards so that i can use it like a shifter causing the cable to stick straight up ready to grab anything that touches it.
    The Mountain king tires sidewalls are falling apart. The stock tires do not have the reinforced chili rubber compound.
    These are all products that are not Rocky Mountain so this can happen to any bike.
    I give this bike a 9 out of 10. Who am i? Nobody important just a guy that put down a crap ton of cash on a bike that i am so far very happy with.

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