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Rocky Mountain News 2024

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04.07.23 07:44 171Text: Ralf Hauser (translated by AI)Photos: Erwin Haiden, NR22In addition to truly successful color updates of their bestsellers, the legendary Slayer undergoes a rejuvenation and a model returns to the lineup that hasn't been allowed to collect airtime for years: the Flow.04.07.23 07:44 195

Rocky Mountain News 2024

04.07.23 07:44 195 Ralf Hauser (translated by AI) Erwin Haiden, NR22
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In addition to truly successful color updates of their bestsellers, the legendary Slayer undergoes a rejuvenation and a model returns to the lineup that hasn't been allowed to collect airtime for years: the Flow.04.07.23 07:44 195

Flow

After a six-year hiatus, Rocky Mountain has once again included a genuine Dirt/Slopestyle bike in its lineup.
The Flow, with its lightweight Form Alloy aluminum tubing, is available in frame size M/L and runs on small 26-inch wheels, making it particularly responsive to rider inputs during tricks.
A smaller frame rolls on 24-inch wheels, and an even smaller one on 20-inch wheels.
A chain tensioner is integrated into the dropouts to accommodate a singlespeed setup.
 

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Slayer

In the new edition of the Freerider Rocky Mountain Slayer, not only is the main frame now made of Smoothwall Carbon, but the rear triangle as well. It offers 180 mm of travel, and at the front, a dual crown suspension fork can be used if needed.
Inside the downtube, there's what's called the PenaltyBox, a storage space for various utensils, with two storage pouches provided. The cover is securely fastened with magnets. Furthermore, there is room for a water bottle within the frame triangle.
All frame sizes are compatible with 29" or Mixed Wheels. By default, size S and M bikes are delivered with Mixed Wheels, all others with 29".
A flip chip at the dropout allows for the adjustment of the chainstay length. Also included is the proven Ride-4 adjustment on the link for different suspension setups.
 

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The shock mount is replaceable. Subsequently, there will also be the possibility of another link to be able to ride the bike with 200 mm of travel at the rear with adjusted geometry.

In addition to a frame set and the carbon versions, the A50 with a Form aluminum frame is also available for €5,400. Prices for the carbon bikes start with the C50 at €6,900, up to the C90 for €11,500.

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