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RockyMountainBicycles dariodigiulio's article
Jan 12, 2024 at 11:45
Jan 12, 2024
Spotted: New Rocky Mountain Enduro Bike
Hey @stui321, we're really sorry to hear about the frustration and disappointment you've experienced with your Rocky Mountain bikes, and we appreciate you taking the time to share your concerns. We hate to hear that the clearcoat on your Altitude has been causing issues. We want to clarify that our paint warranty policy on specifies that it may be voided if RideWrap or similar protective films are applied to the frame. That being said, we apologize for any miscommunication or lack of response you've encountered during your interactions with our team. Since our customer service staff have returned from the holidays, they've reached back out to help where they can through the dealer. Customer satisfaction is a top priority, and we want to assure you that we are committed to resolving this matter. If anyone else has questions or concerns, our customer service team is here to help and can be reached at We truly value your feedback, and your experience will help us improve our processes moving forward.
Jun 6, 2023 at 15:16
Jun 6, 2023
RockyMountainBicycles RockyMountainBicycles's article
Dec 22, 2022 at 9:43
Dec 22, 2022
The Champion Moves On: Rocky Mountain Thanks Jesse Melamed
High fives all around, Jesse! We'll save you a seat next to Wade. :)
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Mar 4, 2022 at 11:16
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RockyMountainBicycles mikekazimer's article
Jun 19, 2020 at 14:17
Jun 19, 2020
Rocky Mountain Announces Recall of Alloy 2018 - 2020 Instinct, Instinct BC, & Pipeline
Hello Everyone We just want to acknowledge the inconvenience to many of your summer and daily ride plans, but it is truly in the interest of rider safety that we moved forward with this voluntary recall. We are doing everything within our power to get you all sorted out and riding again — Our priority is to get you back on your bikes as soon as humanly possible. Once again we want to apologise for the inconvenience, be safe, be kind and we’ll ride together again soon. Please visit your nearest Rocky Mountain dealer, and they’ll be able to help you with the recall. You can find a list of our dealers We’ve created an FAQ for the recall on our site that answers many of your questions:
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RockyMountainBicycles mikekazimer's article
Dec 16, 2019 at 13:45
Dec 16, 2019
Field Test: 2020 Rocky Mountain Slayer Carbon 90 - The One That Broke
Hey everyone, First off, we’re really happy to see that Luca is back riding!  When we heard from Pinkbike about what happened, our engineers and technicians began the process of examining all facets of the incident to identify possible causes. We attempted to replicate the failure through numerous test scenarios and during these tests we were unable to crack the chainstay. That said, we’ve taken this opportunity to implement additional quality control measures in our manufacturing process. The 2020 Slayer is the strongest Slayer we’ve ever built, and it's designed to be ridden hard. It has a reinforced front triangle, reinforced bearing seats, and shielded bearings including dual bearings on the rear triangle. We’re 100% confident in the Slayer platform and if anyone has further questions, please feel free to reach out to us at
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Dec 16, 2019 at 9:53
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