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Rocky Mountain Solo 50
$2,649.00
Looking for one bike to commute to work, ride the dirt roads at the county's edge and get you on the podium at the local 'cross race? Rocky's Solo 50 is the perfect answer. This versatile 'crosser features a custom 6061 aluminum frame built around a semi-compact geometry to facilitate fast, simple dismounts while still making shouldering up and over the barriers super easy. You get a solid, mud-worthy components package with a SRAM Apex/XG drivetrain and Apex disc brakes, Maxxis tires, and a supportive WTB saddle. And, the Rocky-branded stem, bars, and seatpost are reliable no matter where your rides take you.
Rocky Mountain Solo 30
$1,679.00
Built for the pursuit of adventure, the Solo doesn't stop when the pavement ends. From your familiar weekly rides to taking a chance off the beaten path, the all-new Solo is a bike for any adventure. With massive tire clearance, the ability to run a full-length dropper post, and a 1x specific frame, it's designed for riding anywhere and everywhere. Start your adventure and make every ride your own. - Multi-faceted gravel/adventure bike - Stable, fun handling - Up to 5 water bottle mounts, depending on size - Wide range 1x drivetrain for simplicity - Dropper post compatible - Lower gear range for steep climbs - Shimano hubs for easy service
Rocky Mountain Solo 50
$2,199.00
Built for the pursuit of adventure, the Solo doesn't stop when the pavement ends. From your familiar weekly rides to taking a chance off the beaten path, the all-new Solo is a bike for any adventure. With massive tire clearance, the ability to run a full-length dropper post, and a 1x specific frame, it's designed for riding anywhere and everywhere. Start your adventure and make every ride your own. - Multi-faceted gravel/adventure bike - Stable, fun handling - Up to 5 water bottle mounts, depending on size - Wide range 1x drivetrain for simplicity - Dropper post compatible - New Shimano GRX drivetrain and brakes - Lower gear range for steep climbs
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