Rocker Geared 29Thanks for looking at the Rocker! Frames are available now, and for completes, we are currently taking pre-orders for delivery in mid-June. The Rocker has been extremely popular so we advise that you pre-order yours ahead of time. Give us a call at 303.278.3955 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a pre-order. Rock on! -Spot Brand Sales Staff
Are you a mod or a rocker?
The name Rocker is a British pop culture throwback to the Rockers versus Mods clashes of the late ‘60s. In that spirit we present the all new Rocker Geared 29, a fast and fun rebel for any singletrack. We engineered the Matte Estoril Blue Reynolds 853 DZB steel frame to be super playful with a low stand-over height and a 30.9 seat tube with a dropper post as standard equipment. XC racing? Check. Playful descending? Check. Road trip ripping? Heckyeah. No offense to the Mods; the Rockers just have more soul, power, and style.
Reynolds 853 DZB Tubing
Seamless Air-Hardening Heat-Treated Steel with Double Butted Zones. The benefits of air-hardening steels are particularly noticeable in the weld area where, unlike conventional steel alloys, strength can actually increase after cooling in air immediately after welding. 853 is heat-treated to give high strength and damage resistance, and the steel properties allow thin walls to be used, so that lower weight but fatigue-resistant structures can be made. The chemistry includes carbon, manganese, chrome, molybdenum, silicon, copper. The interaction between the alloys result in a fine grain structure that forms with air-cooling without the traditional “quenching” (fast cooling in water or oil) process. High strength from bainitic phase steel after a series of cold-working operations. Heat-treatment to the 853 specification raises the yield strength for the entire tube, increasing dent and impact resistance.
Patented Kobe 2 Slider Dropouts allow belt-driven or chain-driven or geared configurations
Boost 148 Rear Spacing
New standard to allow better clearance for short seatstays and big tires, plus a better spoke bracing angle for stiffer wheels.
110 mm Front Spacing
Better spoke bracing angle for a stiffer front wheel.
30.9 mm Seattube
Larger diameter seattube than most steel frames allowing compatibility with more dropper posts available in the market.
Tapered Steerer and Headtube
Stiff steering handling up front.
|Effective Top Tube Length||22.7" 577mm||23.7" 601mm||24.6" 626mm||25.7" 652mm|
|Seat Tube Length||15" 381mm||17" 432mm||19" 483mm||21" 533mm|
|Chainstay Length||Min: 16.8" (427mm), Max: 17.8" (462mm), Shipped: 17.2" (436mm)|
|Head Tube + Integrated Headset||3.9" 100mm||4.3" 110mm||4.7" 120mm||5.1" 130mm|
|Stand-over||27.0" 685mm||27.0" 685mm||28.1" 713mm||29.1" 739mm|
|Bottom Bracket Height||12.2" 301mm|
|Bottom Bracket Drop||2.0" 52mm|
|Wheel Base||43.6" 1107mm||44.6" 1133mm||45.7" 1160mm||46.7" 1187mm|
|Reach||15.6" 397mm||16.5" 420mm||17.4" 442mm||18.3" 466mm|
|Stack||24.3" 617mm||24.7" 626mm||25.0" 635mm||25.4" 645mm|
|Rider Height||5'2" - 5'6"||5'7" - 5'10"||5'11" - 6'2"||6'3" - 6'7"|
|Rider Inseam||28" - 30"||28" - 32"||29" - 34"||35" - 38"|
|Fork||Fox||34, 120mm, Performance, Grip|
|Crank||Sram||GX Eagle, 32 tooth, 73mm GXP Bottom Bracket|
|Brakes||Sram||Level TL, 180 mm front rotor, 160 mm rear rotor|
|Rear Derailleur||Sram||GX Eagle|
|Wheels||Stan's||Arch S1, 29, Boost 110x15 front, Boost 148x12 rear|
|Tires||Schwalbe||Nobby Nic 29x2.35|
|Stem||Race Face||35mm bar clamp, 60mm length, 6 degree|
|Handlebar||Race Face||Aeffect 35mm clamp diameter, 20mm rise, 760mm width|
|Seatpost||Fox||Transfer, External routing|
|Seat Clamp||Spot||33.1 mm clamp diameter|