Rocky Mountain Cirrus??

Canuckbiker

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I’m considering buying this e stay bike which the seller is calling a Rocky Mountain.

I’m pretty sure Rocky e stay bikes are only the Cirrus model. No decals. One thing that has me questioning if it is a Cirrus is the chainstay bridge, looks more machined, the pictures I’ve dug up from 91’ - 93’ seem to show a basic tube for the chainstay bridge. The wishbone seatstays, drop outs, etc all look RM Cirrus to me. Any experts to confirm if this is a RM Cirrus?
 

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mattpayne

Retro Guru
The bridge, flat dropouts and riveted cable guides are Identical to my old one, I think it's an Experience
 

RockiMtn

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100% an Experience, which most will say are harder to find than it's bigger brother Cirrus. ;)

the flat bridge allows the Experience to have a shorter wheelbase than the Cirrus. i own both. here's the Experience.


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GoGetter0508

Dirt Disciple
Hey CanadaHandmadeVTG,
How's your Cirrus coming along? I'm working on a few RM's also.
And did you ever pick-up that Experience that you showed the earlier pics of from August?
 
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