Here's my 1990 Rocky Mountain Hammer, which I've owned since '90, and my only bicycle until last year. As it was my daily-rider for 18 years, it's in far from pristine condition, the streets of London and the hills of Wales have taken a bit of a toll. Overall though, it has held up remarkably well to the abuse it's taken; early Rocky Mountains were certainly on the sturdy side.
As parts have failed I've tended to upgrade, so it's now lighter than it's rather hefty original state. The paintwork could do with a bit of touching up, but I've no intention of getting it resprayed as a little bit of patina never hurt anybody. It's not a paint-chip, it's history.
Frame - Rocky Mountain Hammer, guaranteed made with custom designed cro-moly butted tubing set, Japan. Frame 5XX.
Headset - Yst. Still the original.
Cranks - Shimano Deore. Original on one side, replaced the other a couple of years ago. I can't remember which side is "new".
Pedals- Wellgo. Modern.
Front derailleur - Shimano Deore Dx. Original.
Rear derailleur - Shimano Deore XT. I think I fitted this in the late 90s?
Shifters - Low-end Shimano 7 speed. The Deore Dx thumbies went to MTB heaven in the late 90s.
Sharkfin - Shimano Deore DX. Original.
Brakes - Shimano Deore Dx. Original.
Brake pads - Kool Stop. Yellow.
Brake levers - Shimano Lx.
Seatpost - Syncros 27.0.
Saddle - Selle Italia Flite Ti. Had this since the early '90s, the original was heavy and wide.
Stem - Syncros.
Bars - 3ttt pro-compe. My second set, the first snapped, so not sure why I got a second one. The original Rocky Mountain bars were steel, and heavy.
Grips - Oury.
Wheels - Shimano Xt/600 hubs, Ritchey Vantage Pro WCS rims. I've still got the Deore Dx with Wolber At-20 rims that it came with.
Tyres - Bontrager H2 Hardcase.
And here's a 20 second video of the bike.