Rocky Mountain Altitude 29er- 2010 – Review

29er Pro Reviews


Specs: 4.0
Price: 3.5
Ride: 4.0 (saved by the uphill)

Overall: 4.0

Rating guide

5.0 Outstanding
4.0 Very Good
3.0 Above Average
2.0 Fair
1.0 Poor


- Exceptional uphill and on flat rolling terrain – perhaps one of the best bikes I’ve ridden for this
- Big wheels work


- Limited downhill ability.
- Steep geometry; would love to see how this does with slacker head angles


The list price for the Altitude 29er is $ 3999 Can ($ 3999US). More details on the Altitude 29er, including detailed specifications and geometry can be found on the Rocky site or here

Some of D’arcy’s changes to the stock RMB spec – longer travel front fork (Marzocchi 140mm travel), beefier rims and Maxxis Ardent tread.

Ladies Only – North Vancouver

About the author: Lee Lau

Lee Lau calls North Vancouver and Whistler BC home. He's had over 15 years experience riding bikes mainly in western North America and in Europe. Unlike many people who learned to ride bikes on North Shore trails, he actually enjoys riding (and sometimes bushwhacking) uphill.

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