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2021 Rocky Mountain Slayer – Wade Simmons’ custom build

August 20, 2020

The Slayer was designed to be ridden fast, sent off huge hits, and take the abuse of a bike park lap after lap. The Godfather of Freeride, Wade Simmons, has been sending it aboard Rocky Mountain for nearly 30 years. Wade put freeriding on the map, and he’s still out there sending it aboard custom-built bikes.

 

 

 

 

 

Frame: Slayer, size Large, RIDE-4 Position 4 (Steepest) 

Fork: Marzocchi Bomber Z1 Coil 180mm 

Shock: Marzocchi Bomber CR 230x65mm, with Rocky Mountain shock bearing eyelets 

Stem: Race Face 32mm reach, 35mm clamp 

Handlebar: Race Face SixC 800mm width, 35mm clamp, 25mm rise 

Grips: Race Face Half Nelson 

Brakes: Shimano XTR 4 Piston | Finned Metal Pads | RT86 203mm Fr | RT86 203mm Rr 

Shifter: Shimano XTR 12-speed 

Derailleur: Shimano XT 12-speed 

Crankset: Race Face SixC 

Cassette: Shimano XTR 

Chain: Shimano XTR 

Chainguide: OneUp Components Chain Guide Top Kit V2 

Pedals: Race Face Atlas pedals 

Wheels: Race Face Turbine R 27.5 wheels 

Tires: Maxxis Minion DHF DD MaxxGrip 27.5x2.50WT Fr / Maxxis Assegai DD MaxxGrip 27.5x2.50WT Rr 

Seatpost: Race Face Turbine R 175mm drop, 30.9 

Saddle: WTB Volt 

Click here to visit the 2021 Slayer builds.

 

 

 

 

 

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