Tags: Rocky Mountain
Pinkbike Originals    Aug 21, 2019
Video: Vaea Verbeeck Goes For Broke On The Pinkbike Hot Lap Video: Vaea Verbeeck Goes For Broke On The Pinkbike Hot Lap
Vaea has been a regular on the World Cup and Crankworx circuits for many years now, but how will she do on the Pinkbike Hot Lap?
Rocky Mountain Bicycles    Aug 21, 2019
Video: Melamed, Gauvin, Lanthier Nadeau, & Ostroski Take on EWS Whistler in Episode 4 of 'The Jank Files' Video: Melamed, Gauvin, Lanthier Nadeau, & Ostroski Take on EWS Whistler in Episode 4 of 'The Jank Files'
From sketchy lunch laps on the North Shore, fancy showrooms, fresh kits, to taking the top spot of the team podium.
James Smurthwaite    Aug 15, 2019
Bike Check: Wade Simmons' Rocky Mountain Pipedream - Crankworx Whistler 2019 Bike Check: Wade Simmons' Rocky Mountain Pipedream - Crankworx Whistler 2019
Wade Simmons' Rocky Mountain Pipedream is a throwback to the old days but played a large part in the creation of Rocky's new Slayer.
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.
Rocky Mountain Bicycles    Aug 6, 2019
Video: Rocky Mountain Teases New Slayer with Retro Horror Film Video: Rocky Mountain Teases New Slayer with Retro Horror Film
Looks like a classic 1980's slasher horror movie. Hopefully Officer Simmons can save the day.
Rocky Mountain Bicycles    Jul 24, 2019
Video: 'Digger's Back' on an eMTB with Wade Simmons Video: 'Digger's Back' on an eMTB with Wade Simmons
A VR North Shore Extreme video game? Digger's disembodied knees? Wade campaigning for an Oscar? This is one weird, feel-good eMTB video.
Mike Levy    Jul 13, 2019
Bike Check: Felix Burke's BCBR-Winning Rocky Mountain Element Bike Check: Felix Burke's BCBR-Winning Rocky Mountain Element
The fastest bike (and racer) used tire inserts to win one of the most technically challenging cross-country stage races in the world.
Richard Cunningham    Jul 8, 2019
Review: Rocky Mountain Altitude Alloy 30 Review: Rocky Mountain Altitude Alloy 30
Just-right geometry, great pedaling performance and a needs-nothing components pick for under $3,000 USD.
Mike Levy    Aug 6, 2018
Review: Rocky Mountain Thunderbolt Carbon 70 Review: Rocky Mountain Thunderbolt Carbon 70
Rocky's 130mm-travel, 27.5'' wheeled Thunderbolt put to the test.
Mike Levy    Oct 23, 2017
Rocky Mountain Instinct Carbon 90 BC Edition - Review Rocky Mountain Instinct Carbon 90 BC Edition - Review
The Instinct 29er is all-new for 2018, with 29" wheels and 155mm of travel. Levy finds out how it compares to the Altitude, a bike in the same travel bracket but on smaller 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    Jul 11, 2016
Rocky Mountain Maiden World Cup - Review Rocky Mountain Maiden World Cup - Review
A lot of carbon fiber, BOS suspension front and rear, and the ability to run either 26'' or 27.5'' wheels makes the new Maiden an interesting bike. But do those things also make it a winner?
Mike Kazimer    Dec 15, 2014
Rocky Mountain Thunderbolt BC Edition - Review Rocky Mountain Thunderbolt BC Edition - Review
Rocky's carbon fiber Thunderbolt gets the BC treatment with a longer travel fork, wider bars and shorter stem.
Mike Levy    Mar 10, 2014
Rocky Mountain Altitude 770 MSL Rally Edition - Review Rocky Mountain Altitude 770 MSL Rally Edition - Review
Does Rocky Mountain's Altitude 770 MSL Rally Edition live up to its name?
Richard Cunningham    May 10, 2013
Rocky Mountain Altitude 790 MSL Review Rocky Mountain Altitude 790 MSL Review
BC-born 650B trailbike ticks all the boxes – carbon frame, 150-millimeter suspension, adjustable geometry, Reverb dropper post and a remote-control shock.
Mike Levy    Oct 1, 2012
Rocky Mountain Element 970 B.C. Edition Review Rocky Mountain Element 970 B.C. Edition Review
Rocky Mountain's Element 970 B.C. Edition is what you get when you take a purebred cross-country machine and sprinkle on the ingredients to help it excel on technical trails, but does the formula add up to a winner when it comes time to test it on its namesake terrain?
Syd Jacklin    May 20, 2010
Rocky Mountain Altitude 70RSL Carbon - Review Rocky Mountain Altitude 70RSL Carbon - Review
When asked to write a review on the Rocky Mountain Altitude, I thought it would be a sloppy wet mess of a trail day here in Edmonton as the trails still had some ice and lots of mud everywhere. Conditions like this can be a good thing for a review, but is can limit how hard you push a bike on climbs and descents which prevents one from seeing the true potential of a bike design. As everything came together for the test date, I was presented with an opportunity for my wife and I, along with a good riding buddy from Edmonton to meet friends from Switzerland in Moab, Utah for a week of riding. I quickly set up the bike for my weight and riding style, packed our gear and bikes into the Honda Element for the long drive to Moab.

Review Inside.
Jordan Holmes    Mar 22, 2010
2010 Rocky Mountain Flatline World Cup - Review 2010 Rocky Mountain Flatline World Cup - Review
I had been looking forward to putting some time on Rocky Mountain's new 2010 Flatline since my first introduction at Crankworx '09 in Whistler. The original design was a bit portly and only excelled on the hairiest of tracks, but this new version was said to be an entirely different beast. With less weight and a revised LC2R suspension system, the new and improved Flatline looks to remedy those issues while still holding onto its title as king of the gnarly terrain.

Read On...
Tyler Maine    Jul 25, 2009
Luke Strobel Bike Check Luke Strobel Bike Check
Luke hails from the Pacific North West in the State of Washington and is part of the Maxxis Tires / Rocky Mountain Bikes squad. He's had a rough early season but is loving the course here at MSA and qualified in the top 20. Luke's on a brand new Rocky Mountain Prototype Flatline that has been fully revamped from the previous models.

Check out the pics and details inside,
Mike Levy    Jun 16, 2009
Rocky Mountain Flatline Pro - Reviewed Rocky Mountain Flatline Pro - Reviewed
Our Rocky Mountain Flatline Pro test bike has been with us for many months now and has seen nearly every sort of terrain one could imagine. From moonscape rock, to cold and wet B.C. forests, the Flatline has both saved me and punished me on too many occasions to count. No matter where I brought it, attention was sure to follow. With it's unique lines and personality I was questioned at nearly every trailhead and parking lot. No more need for questions though, read the review and watch the videos to see what we thought of Rocky's flagship DH bike!

2 HD videos inside!

Read on...
Mike Levy    Jan 5, 2009
Rocky Mountain Flatline Pro: Preview of a Review Rocky Mountain Flatline Pro: Preview of a Review
What is long, squishy, and white and red? No, not that candy cane that you just found under the couch cushion...although I'm sure that is still ok to eat. What I'm talking about is Rocky Mountain's new top flight Flatline Pro DH bike. Don't get too excited as the review is still a ways off, but due to sheer boredom (the large amount of snow will do that to me) I've put together a little "preview to a review" article to get your blood flowing during these cold winter nights. Inside we have got Wade Simmons on video from 'Vegas to give us the low down on the Flatline, as well as far too many pictures!

Read on.....

 
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