Unapologetically enduro focused geometry
Enduro lives at Altitude—so we cut zero corners in making a purpose-built, 100% committed Enduro bike. Designed to position the rider directly over the front end for unyielding control, expect the Altitude to make short work of anything and everything—and to shave every second possible while doing it.
Enduro greatness for every rider
Any size fits the Altitude. That’s why we designed the Altitude in five distinct frame sizes. It’s not simply making it bigger or smaller—it’s tweaking the geometry and setup to match the nuances of a larger or smaller frame. Then, two wheel sizes ensure every rider can find the perfect Altitude to shred.
Any trail. Any Altitude.
Every trail is at Altutide’s level. Whatever gets thrown your way, our RIDE-9 adjustment system and 2-position rear axle allows you to adjust your geometry for on the fastest possible setup for the trail ahead.
ANDRÉANE LANTHIER NADEAU | ALN
"This speed demon is my race bike of choice. From tucking down ski runs at 70+ km/h to twisting around impossibly steep and tight switchbacks, the EWS throws everything at us and the Altitude handles it with ease. This is your "go really fast" trail weapon."
"The Altitude is my Go-To bike for nearly all types of riding. It's the bike that I choose to race on the most demanding EWS stages as well as the long enduro days with friends to that one off freeride feature you find in the woods."
"The new Rocky Mountain Altitude is one of the most versatile, lively-feeling Enduro bikes that we’ve been on recently, and is an outstanding option for riders looking for a very capable bike"
"In a nutshell the Rocky Mountain Altitude might be single best do-it-all bike I’ve ridden to date."
"The Altitude is an extremely smooth, sensitive and composed bike."
"The Altitude fully deserves winning our enduro bike group test. It excels in every situation, offering incredible amounts of traction and tons of control, together with handling that is still poppy, direct and fun."
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