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Rocky Mountain Mountain Bikes

Rocky Mountain is a Canadian mountain bike company based in Vancouver, British Columbia. Rocky Mountain is known for quality frames and parts and can be seen beneath many pro riders. Rocky Mountain bikes tend to be high end. The company fits firmly into the semi-custom builder category. They're not a huge mass production operation, but they're no boutique builder either. Rocky Mountain mountain bikes are often on the cutting edge of mountain bike technology due to the fact the Rocky Mountain's research and development operation is right next door to the factory where the bikes are produced.

If you're looking for one of the fastest, lightest, most responsive xc race bikes on the market, check out the Rocky Mountain Element Team. The Element screams speed and efficiency with it's Scandium frame and carbon fiber seat-stays. Rocky Mountain goes for broke by speccing the Element Team with a complete XTR component group. That includes Shimano XTR rims, spokes and hubs. Your friends will struggle to keep up as you tear up the single-track and corner with absolute precision.

ROCKY MOUNTAIN VAPOR 27.5 LARGE RED
ROCKY MOUNTAIN VAPOR 27.5 LARGE RED
   $490.00
2016 Rocky Mountain Thunderbolt 790 MSL BC Edition Mountain Bike LARGE X01 Pike
2016 Rocky Mountain Thunderbolt 790 MSL BC Edition Mountain Bike LARGE X01 Pike
   $3,394.99
2012 Rocky Mountain flatline Pro Downhill Mountain Bike Large L Retail $4100
2012 Rocky Mountain flatline Pro Downhill Mountain Bike Large L Retail $4100
   $1,650.00
Rocky Mountain Blizzard 17.5 Reynolds 853 SLX 9 Speed
Rocky Mountain Blizzard 17.5 Reynolds 853 SLX 9 Speed
   $700.00
2016 Rocky Mountain Maiden Unlimited DH Mountain Bike MEDIUM 27.5
2016 Rocky Mountain Maiden Unlimited DH Mountain Bike MEDIUM 27.5" X01 Saint BOS
   $4,130.00
2014 Rocky Mountain Altitude 750 Rally Edition, size Large
2014 Rocky Mountain Altitude 750 Rally Edition, size Large
   $1,150.00
2016 Rocky Mountain Thunderbolt 27.5 Carbon XT components Reverb Stans Wheels
2016 Rocky Mountain Thunderbolt 27.5 Carbon XT components Reverb Stans Wheels
   $3,550.00
2013 Rocky Mountain Element 970 Rsl B.C. Edition
2013 Rocky Mountain Element 970 Rsl B.C. Edition
   $1,950.00
Rocky Mountain Vertex 10 Hardtail Custom Build Mountain Bike / DJ 16.5in Frame
Rocky Mountain Vertex 10 Hardtail Custom Build Mountain Bike / DJ 16.5in Frame
   $575.00
Rocky Mountain Flow 1.0 Mountain Bike  /  Dirt Jumper  18.0in Frame
Rocky Mountain Flow 1.0 Mountain Bike / Dirt Jumper 18.0in Frame
   $675.00
2009 Rocky Mountain Instinct. 18
2009 Rocky Mountain Instinct. 18" full suspension Alum. mtn bike. Light, nimble
   $650.00
2016 Rocky Mountain Thunderbolt BC Edition Carbon
2016 Rocky Mountain Thunderbolt BC Edition Carbon
   $3,799.00
NEW 2016 Rocky Mountain Sherpa Bicycle Carbon Size Medium
NEW 2016 Rocky Mountain Sherpa Bicycle Carbon Size Medium
   $2,599.00
ROCKY MOUNTAIN VERTEX 930 ALLOY EXTRA LARGE BLACK WITH RED AND WHITE DECALS
ROCKY MOUNTAIN VERTEX 930 ALLOY EXTRA LARGE BLACK WITH RED AND WHITE DECALS
   $990.00
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Featured Rocky Mountain Bike: Flat Line Pro

If freeride is you're preferred form of riding, but you like to through in a little downhill for good measure, the Rocky Mountain Flat Line Pro may be your bike. The Flat Line Pro is geared up to handle almost anything you want to throw at it with a light and strong 7005 series aluminum frame and a 203mm travel Marzocchi 888RC3 fork up front. Point this baby downhill with confidence because the Shimano Saint hydraulic disc brakes will keep you under control, or not if that's they way you choose to roll. The Flat Line Pro features Rocky Mountain's LC2R suspension. LC2R stands for Low Centre Counter Rotating and results in a suspension that's laterally stiff but flexible enough for almost any conditions.

Featured Rocky Mountain Mountain Bike Video

This is an older video from interbike, but interesting nonetheless. It's an overview of the Slayer all-mountain bike. It's fun to see how far the technology has come in just a few years.