Tags: Rocky Mountain Slayer
Mike Levy    Sep 18, 2019
Bike Evolution: Rocky Mountain's Slayer from 2001 to Today Bike Evolution: Rocky Mountain's Slayer from 2001 to Today
Who remembers when it had 120mm of travel, bushings, and pencil-thin seatstays?
Mike Kazimer    Aug 13, 2019
First Ride: 2020 Rocky Mountain Slayer First Ride: 2020 Rocky Mountain Slayer
The Slayer returns, this time with either 170mm of travel and 29" wheels, or 180mm of travel and 27.5" wheels.
Mike Levy    Feb 6, 2017
Rocky Mountain Slayer 790 MSL - Review Rocky Mountain Slayer 790 MSL - Review
Find out if the Slayer actually does slay trails or not.
Mike Levy    Sep 15, 2016
Florian Nicolai's Rocky Mountain Slayer - EWS Round 7: Valberg, France Florian Nicolai's Rocky Mountain Slayer - EWS Round 7: Valberg, France
Inspecting Flo's new Rocky Mountain Slayer race bike in Varberg, France.
Rocky Mountain Bicycles    Aug 10, 2012
Rocky Mountain Slayer SS - First Look Rocky Mountain Slayer SS - First Look
Two years in the making, Rocky Mountain is set to make the Slayer SS available for 2013. Take a look at the bike that Gully and the rest of the RM crew have been working on.
Jarrett Moore    Oct 3, 2011
STOLEN: Custom Rocky Mountain Slayer Slopestyle STOLEN: Custom Rocky Mountain Slayer Slopestyle
Theft seems to be running rampant this week and our good buddy Jarrett Moore's Rocky Slope bike is the most recent victim.
Jarrett Moore    Aug 14, 2011
Jarrett Moore's Rocky Mountain Slayer Slopestyle Bike Check Video Jarrett Moore's Rocky Mountain Slayer Slopestyle Bike Check Video
Jarrett Moore and Geoff Gulevich are the only two riders aboard the Rocky Mountain slope bike and here is Jarrett to tell us all about his set up.
Tyler Maine    Apr 21, 2010
Rocky Mountain responds to your questions. Rocky Mountain responds to your questions.
Rocky Mountain's Alex Cogger takes a moment to reply to all your questions in regards to the all new Rocky Mountain Slayer 70 that we first featured at the Sea Otter Classic last week. He explains everything from the visual looks to how the suspension works.

Video inside,
Tyler Maine    Apr 14, 2010
2011 Rocky Mountain Slayer - World Exclusive! 2011 Rocky Mountain Slayer - World Exclusive!
Update 12:19pm: Engineering and Design Video
The Rocky Mountain Slayer was All Mountain before All Mountain existed or was a marketing term that we now use to describe the genre of MTBs best suited for all day rides and generally known as the most fun style of riding in my books. Inside you'll find pics, video and details on the all new, fully redesigned, Rocky Mountain Slayer!

Check out this world exclusive inside!
Mike Levy    May 16, 2008
Rocky Mountain Slayer SXC 90 - Full Review Rocky Mountain Slayer SXC 90 - Full Review
Like a lot of companies, Rocky Mountain has an extensive range of bikes to cover nearly any needs you could think of. Slayer is a name that is used on two lines of bikes meant to excel at different tasks. The Slayer SS is a robust 6" travel slope style (that's the "SS") rig with a slacker 66 degree head angle and more stand over height than its lighter brother, the SXC. The Slayer SXC, that's "Super Cross-Country" by the way, also sports 6" of rear wheel travel, but is aimed at the rider who fills his pack and disappears into the hills for a day of epic mountain biking. A more xc-friendly 68 degree head angle, longer seat post extension, and lighter weight set the SCX apart from the SS. As someone who enjoys a jaunt into the hills I was more than happy to saddle up on the SXC for a few months and give the bike a proper going over.
Tyler Maine    Mar 5, 2008
An introduction with the Rocky Mountain Slayer SXC 90 An introduction with the Rocky Mountain Slayer SXC 90
The Slayer from Rocky Mountain Bicycles has been in the line up for a bit now and it continues to evolve and turn into a all mountain XC machine! With over 6 inches of Fox damped travel at both ends you'd have called this a DH rig years ago, but today's technology has allowed a bike like this to be nimble like an XC racer and still bomb the single track descents with ample confidence. As the snow melts in the Fraser Valley, more and more lower laying trails are becoming exposed and ready for tires to set down treads on them. The Rocky Slayer SXC 90 is ready to get out there.


 
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