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Sep 3, 2017 at 18:08
Sep 3, 2017

Rocky Mountain Slayer 50

$1500 USD
For sale my Rocky Mountain Slayer 6" Travel All-Mountain bike. This bike is absolutely rad. It literally slays downhills, however unexpectantly chews up the ascents as well. I have had this bike for five years now and has been maintained by my LBS. This year the front fork was rebuilt by Fox, the cassette, chain, and brake pads have been replaced. Last year the rear shock was rebuilt by Fox. Everything else is stock other than the handlebars, and grips. The frame has no dents, but does have the normal scratches coming from too much fun on trails, and bike racks. The most noted is on one chain stay where paint was rubbed off due to storage on a bike rack. The saddle needs replacing and chain rings are getting there too, but otherwise the Slayer is very tight and ready to go. This would be a great bike for someone that is maturing past the usual starter bikes, but does not want to pay the $3500-$5000 for a new rig. This bike is also ideal if you are wanting to try your hand at enduro. The Slayer is able to be the do it all mountain bike, in a single bike quiver. Or you can set it up to go down, and only down. Incredibly versatile for it's travel. I am selling to put together a down payment on a house, and I have a less expensive bike I can ride until I can afford another rad rig in the future. I am based in Sandpoint Idaho but I am regularly in CDA/Spokane. I also can be found in Cranbrook, Kimberly, and Fernie. So if motivated buyer in Creston, Cranbrook, Kimberly, or Fernie are interested, we can make that happen. Here is the original build which my build follows close except for grips and handlebars: http://www.vitalmtb.com/product/guide/Bikes,3/Rocky-Mountain/Slayer-50,4413 Please email through craigs any questions you have. We can talk through text from there.

solocoyote COMMENCALbicycles's article
Mar 12, 2016 at 8:21
Mar 12, 2016
I Love My Hardtail - Video
I had two Norco cheap ass rigids before getting my first bike with suspension, and they were fun. Admittedly I am not going back to rigid however. Also having switched to a Rocky Mountain full susp, 3 years ago, I am unsure if I would go back to hardtail either.... WAIT maybe I am old!
solocoyote COMMENCALbicycles's article
Mar 11, 2016 at 16:48
Mar 11, 2016
I Love My Hardtail - Video
That moment when you feel friggin' old because some wanker says something like "Hardtails are what most of us started riding on" Thanks for that.
solocoyote mikekazimer's article
Aug 6, 2015 at 11:43
Aug 6, 2015
First Ride: Rocky Mountain Maiden
Dear Rocky Mountain, I have owned two of your bikes, including my current Slayer which I love. However it is clear with your releases in the past few years that you have lost touch with me. I have no idea what you are doing design wise, and especially wonder who your crack dealer is when it comes to selling a park bike frame for $5000. That is what we in the business call friggin' insane monkeyballs. It is no wonder that Rocky dealers in the US cannot gain traction.They try for a year because of your rep, but can't keep it together. They have to deal with odd design decisions, pricing that compares favourably with... nobody, and horrible sales reps. I have not rode much else than Rocky and Norco. So I know there is a difference. However if you can't put out A+ class bikes you are so done. I know personally that I probably will never be able to afford another Rocky bike, so hopefully my slayer loves me long time. Hopefully, you guys right the ship over there, otherwise rest in peace.
solocoyote AbsoluteZero's article
Aug 22, 2013 at 6:01
Aug 22, 2013
Video: Kirk McDowall - Kamloops Raw
Amen mtloldskooler the garbage music they have been putting on these videos makes me mostly not even bother watching them, or at least muting them.
solocoyote mattwragg's article
Jul 15, 2013 at 6:19
Jul 15, 2013
First Look: Rocky Mountain Altitude 770 MSL Rally Edition
Everytime I read a new bike offering from Rocky I get a little confused. I just have to keep telling myself they are making bikes for the 1%, basically the specialized race riders. Whether it be XC racers, or enduro racers. The reason I am confused is because the 2012 slayer honestly is the best all around bike I have ever ridden, and for every day joe's that want to go and ride anything whether it be XC, Enduro, or even bike parks, it is perfect. But really, is Rocky going to be making lots of money off all of these specialized bikes?
solocoyote teichrobsquared's article
Jul 3, 2013 at 9:38
Jul 3, 2013
Video: Not Another Ghost Town
My hometown is Smithers not too far from Burns Lake, it is great to see home represented on pinkbike! Keep it up Northern BC, you are missed.
solocoyote RockyMountainBicycles's article
May 23, 2013 at 6:11
May 23, 2013
Video: Fourtitude - Four Riders + Rocky Mountain Altitude
So it does diverse downhill, you apparently have to walk it up everywhere. Don't forget Rocky some of us like challenging uphill too. Were Wade's trails in Kamloops? That looked fun.
solocoyote ShelbySmith's article
May 3, 2013 at 6:00
May 3, 2013
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Where are these trails in Hawaii?
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