Saturday, April 28, 2012

2011 Rocky Mountain Element Team RSL build progress

So parts have arrived. But been super busy with work and helping friends out. Redid the brakes on a friend's subaru, some plumbing for my parents, built up the Lynskey road bike for another friend.

On top of all that I still have to do the brakes on my own Subaru, and also replace the steering U-joint too.

This is the progress so far for my 2011 Rocky Mountain Element Team RSL


  1. What is the weight of your Element frame?

  2. Hi,

    Frame size 16.5" is 2064g (Does not include seatpost binder, waterbottle cage). But does include the FD plate to mount the front derailleur.

  3. Maintaining the same amount of pressure throughout the whole pedaling cycle will create a more even stroke, which can help to maintain the energy level needed to climb the hill.cruiser bike reviews

  4. This specific bike variety is extremely strong and possesses 0 to 4 inches of front suspension. They are mostly without any rear suspension along with fast-rolling, slick and semi-slick tires.motorcycle shipping

  5. It is free for non commercial use, $570 for commercial use. It it a bit mac hard drive recovery overkill if you are just needing low pass, high pass, and band pass filters. If it weren't for the machine, I would die.
    This company has been in this business for several years and they have been the industry leaders all these years and they continue to be one of the most preferred service providers for many individuals and companies.

  6. It is in point of fact a nice and useful piece of information. I am glad that you just shared this useful info with us. Please keep us up to date like this. Thank you for sharing. Stefan