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Rocky Mountain Growler 40
$1,359.00
The Growler takes full advantage of high volume 27.5+ tires and next-generation trail geometry for a capable, confident ride. More traction makes short work of scrabbly climbs, more forgiveness helps hold aggressive lines, and more intuitive handling keeps the ride playful. It’s trail-ready components, like a Suntour suspension fork, WTB tires, dropper post, Shimano 1x10 drivetrain, and Shimano hydraulic brakes make the Growler 40 a versatile rig with high smiles-per-mile.
Rocky Mountain Pipeline Alloy 50
$3,449.00
The Rocky Mountain Pipeline combines the confidence of plus-sized tires in raw, technical terrain with an aggressive trail chassis. RM pushed the rear travel to 140mm, increased stiffness, and adjusted the suspension kinematics for more efficient pedaling and better small-bump sensitivity. Available in both carbon and alloy models, the Pipeline plows through greasy roots and square-edged chunder with authority, while providing near limitless traction on rocky, slippery climbs. The Pipeline Alloy 50 version brings together a trail-ready aluminum frame, 140mm Fox 34 fork, DPS EVOL shock, and 27.5 x 2.8-inch Maxxis tires on Alex rims. That’s a combination that sets you up for success running steep, technical trail or shredding smooth-berm park runs. SRAM serves you with a GX/NX Eagle 1x12 drivetrain that offers a massive range of gearing with smooth shifting to get you anywhere you want to go, while Shimano SLX brakes rein it in with sure-stopping power that won’t fade away. Rocky Mountain cockpit components and Race Face dropper post round out the spec to make an almost too-fun trail bike that leaves behind big smiles everywhere it goes.
Rocky Mountain Fusion 30
$879.00
The Rocky Mountain Fusion smooths out uneven terrain and has great rolling speed to keep you covering miles of off-road paths and trails. With the same intuitive front-end handling found on their 29"-wheeled World Cup XC race bikes and the added stability of a lengthened back end, the Fusion provides a responsive, comfortable ride. Features: - Air suspension fork with 100mm of travel - Wide-range Shimano-controlled 1x9 drivetrain - Powerful Shimano hydraulic disc brakes - Grippy, yet fast-rolling Maxxis tires
Rocky Mountain Element Carbon 90 XCO Edition
$7,099.00
Be in your Element. Rocky Mountain’s Element is the result of over two decades at the front of the pack. It features efficient suspension performance, refined geometry, RIDE-9 adjustability, and room for two bottles inside the front triangle. Now available in both carbon and alloy models, the smallest details were examined in the search of weight savings, point-n-shoot rigidity, and unrivaled speed. The Element Carbon 90 XCO is pure-bred for XC racing domination with a Smoothwall carbon frame that pushes the state of technology in lightweight mountain frames. Fox takes charge of suspension duties with their top-flight 34 Factory Step-Cast 100mm fork and DPS Remote Factory 100mm shock to maintain positive trail contact, while the skinwall Maxxis Recon and Ikon tires roll blazingly fast, yet put the grip down when you need it most. They’re wrapped around Race Face AR 25 rims, laced up to Boost hubs. And, thanks to the reliable power and aggressively light weight of Shimano XTR brakes, you'll stay ahead of the pack with precise cornering control. Silky-smooth power delivery and a massive gear range are provided by Shimano’s XTR 12-speed drivetrain, while Race Face/Rocky Mountain cockpit connect you confidently to this highly capable XC speed machine.
Rocky Mountain Slayer Carbon Frame
$3,299.00
With a pedigree of success on the most aggressive Enduro World Series tracks, the all-carbon Slayer’s descending aptitude and uncanny ability to hold speed in rugged terrain are matched with surprising pedaling efficiency. Predictable and capable, its rate curve provides good support at sag and a moderate ramp toward the end-stroke—perfect for sending bike park laps and big mountain lines. The Slayer Frameset gives you a Fox Float X2 Factory shock to get 165mm of travel, which goes quite well with whatever 170mm fork you choose to add to the frame. Kit it out with some heavy-duty componentry, and you’re on your way to all-trail domination.
Rocky Mountain Altitude Alloy 30
$2,999.00
Often imitated but never surpassed, the Altitude pushes the envelope of what a modern trail bike is capable of. This all-new frame is designed to increase stiffness, improve pedaling efficiency and small-bump sensitivity, and include a host of next-generation features. The Altitude allows for a wide range of RIDE-9 adjustments to tackle any terrain—from technical BC loam, to clapped out EWS tracks, flowy New Zealand jumps, and Moab slickrock singletrack. The Altitude Alloy 30 features a RockShox Yari RC fork with 160mm of travel and RockShox Deluxe RT shock controlling 150mm of travel in back. The SRAM NX 1x11 speed drivetrain provides crisp shifting and SRAM Level hydraulic disc brakes deliver heavy-duty stopping power. Sun Duroc rims with ultra-durable Maxxis Minion tires along with Race Face crank, bottom bracket, and dropper post round out a component package that lets you to take “trail” to new heights.
Rocky Mountain Slayer Carbon 70
$6,399.00
With a pedigree of success on the most aggressive Enduro World Series tracks, the all-carbon Slayer’s descending aptitude and uncanny ability to hold speed in rugged terrain are matched with surprising pedaling efficiency. Predictable and capable, its rate curve provides good support at sag and a moderate ramp toward the end-stroke—perfect for sending bike park laps and big mountain lines. The Carbon 70 gives you a Fox Float X2 shock to get 165mm of travel out of its enduro-bred carbon frame, with a 170mm Fox 36 Float EVOL GRIP2 fork to balance the aggression this bike harbors. You’re set up for blazing speed and tenacious cornering thanks to a Maxxis Minion DHF tire up front and Aggressor in the rear, both a meaty, 2.5 inches wide and wrapped around Race Face AR rims for strength. SRAM delivers the power with its GX Eagle drivetrain, offering 12 speeds to ensure you have the right gear ratio anywhere on the mountain, while SRAM Code R brakes bring DH braking power to temper that speed and keep you on the trail. And, you’ll climb with comfort and efficiency right up until the moment you sink the Race Face Turbine dropper to pull the pin on an adrenaline-fueled descent. Don’t worry, your Slayer knows just what to do.
Rocky Mountain Pipeline Alloy 30
$2,799.00
The Rocky Mountain Pipeline combines the confidence of plus-sized tires in raw, technical terrain with an aggressive trail chassis. RM pushed the rear travel to 140mm, increased stiffness, and adjusted the suspension kinematics for more efficient pedaling and better small-bump sensitivity. Available in both carbon and alloy models, the Pipeline plows through greasy roots and square-edged chunder with authority, while providing near limitless traction on rocky, slippery climbs. The Pipeline Alloy 30 version brings together a trail-ready aluminum frame, 140mm RockShox Reba fork, and 27.5 x 2.8-inch Maxxis tires on Alex rims. That’s a combination that sets you up for success running steep, technical trail or shredding smooth-berm park runs. Shimano’s Deore 1x10 drivetrain offers a capable range of gearing with smooth shifting to get you anywhere you want to go, while MT400 brakes rein it in with sure-stopping power. Rocky Mountain cockpit components and Race Face dropper post round out the spec to make an almost too-fun trail bike that leaves behind big smiles everywhere it goes.
Rocky Mountain Reaper 27.5
$2,849.00
The all-new Reaper packs the same aggressive trail performance found in our full suspension bikes like the Altitude and Instinct, but in a smaller package for young rippers. Don't fear the Reaper. The Reaper can tear up singletrack, smash technical descents, and slay bike park laps all day long. And, because we know that kids grow (and have younger siblings), the Reaper is easily convertible from 24" wheels to 26" wheels and vice versa. We also have the new Reaper 27.5 option, to keep your kids shredding longer!
Rocky Mountain Slayer Carbon 50
$5,199.00
With a pedigree of success on the most aggressive Enduro World Series tracks, the all-carbon Slayer’s descending aptitude and uncanny ability to hold speed in rugged terrain are matched with surprising pedaling efficiency. Predictable and capable, its rate curve provides good support at sag and a moderate ramp toward the end-stroke—perfect for sending bike park laps and big mountain lines. The Carbon 50 gives you a Fox Float DPX2 shock to get 165mm of travel out of its enduro-bred carbon frame, with a 170mm Fox 36 Float EVOL GRIP fork to balance the aggression this bike harbors. You’re set up for blazing speed and tenacious cornering thanks to a Maxxis Minion DHF tire up front and Aggressor in the rear, both a meaty, 2.5 inches wide and wrapped around Race Face AR rims for strength. Shimano’s SLX drivetrain smoothly serves up 11 gears in a wide range for power when you need it anywhere on the mountain, while powerful and trustworthy SLX brakes temper that speed to keep you on the trail. And, you’ll climb with comfort and efficiency right up until the moment you sink the Race Face Turbine dropper to pull the pin on an adrenaline-fueled descent. Don’t worry, your Slayer knows just what to do.
Rocky Mountain Altitude Carbon 50
$4,399.00
The Altitude from Rocky Mountain is here to push the trail bike envelope. The ultra-stiff frame pushes 150mm of rear travel out of a Fox DPX2 shock and features RM’s RIDE-9 interlocking chip design, allowing you to easily dial-in suspension characteristics to tackle any terrain — from technical BC loam to clapped out enduro tracks, flowy New Zealand jumps, and Moab slickrock. Aim the Fox 36 fork at the gnarliest descents and wheel-sucking ruts you can find. At 160mm, it’s built for brutality while delivering Fox’s sophisticated damping to keep you on rails through the risky line. Rocky Mountain spec’d the Altitude to expand what is possible on any trail, no matter what price point fits your budget. The Carbon 50 benefits from the industry-leading stiffness-to-weight delivered by its highly refined Smoothwall carbon frame. It brings together a tremendous gear range, compliments of SRAM’s GX Eagle drivetrain, kept in check by the reliable power of Shimano SLX brakes. Maxxis tires and wide Sun Düroc rims provide a remarkable blend of trail sensitivity and gravity-savvy traction so you can find the ribbon of terra firma that thrills you, hit the dropper remote, and tear straight into the dream.
Rocky Mountain Element Alloy 30
$2,499.00
Be in your Element. Rocky Mountain’s Element is the result of over two decades at the front of the pack. It features efficient suspension performance, refined geometry, RIDE-9 adjustability, and room for two bottles inside the front triangle. Now available in both carbon and alloy models, the smallest details were examined in the search of weight savings, point-n-shoot rigidity, and unrivaled speed. On the Element 30, RockShox handles suspension damping with a Judy Gold RL 120mm fork and Monarch RL 100mm shock to maintain positive trail contact, while the Maxxis Recon and Ikon tires roll blazingly fast, yet put the grip down when you need it most. And, thanks to sure-stopping Shimano hydraulic brakes, you'll stay ahead of the pack with precise cornering control. Power delivery is provided by Shimano’s Deore 1x11 drivetrain, while Race Face crank and bottom bracket along with Rocky Mountain's own mix of aluminum components finish off this highly capable XC speed machine.
Rocky Mountain Slayer Carbon 90
$7,399.00
With a pedigree of success on the most aggressive Enduro World Series tracks, the all-carbon Slayer’s descending aptitude and uncanny ability to hold speed in rugged terrain are matched with surprising pedaling efficiency. Predictable and capable, its rate curve provides good support at sag and a moderate ramp toward the end-stroke—perfect for sending bike park laps and big mountain lines. The Carbon 90 gives you a Fox Float X2 Factory shock to get 165mm of travel out of its enduro-bred carbon frame, with a 170mm Fox 36 Float EVOL GRIP2 Factory fork to balance the aggression this bike harbors. You’re set up for blazing speed and tenacious cornering thanks to a Maxxis Minion DHF tire up front and Aggressor in the rear, both a meaty, 2.5 inches wide and wrapped around Race Face ARC rims for strength and low weight. SRAM delivers the power with its Descendent-cranked X01 Eagle drivetrain, crisply shifting through 12 speeds to ensure you have the right ratio anywhere on the mountain. Meanwhile, SRAM Code RSC brakes bring DH braking power and fine modulation to temper that speed and keep you on the trail. And, you’ll climb with comfort and efficiency right up until the moment you sink the Race Face Turbine dropper to pull the pin on an adrenaline-fueled descent. Don’t worry, your Slayer knows just what to do.
Rocky Mountain Element Carbon 50
$4,199.00
Rocky Mountain’s Element is the result of over two decades at the front of the pack. It features efficient suspension performance, refined geometry, RIDE-9 adjustability, and room for two bottles inside the front triangle. Now available in both carbon and alloy models, the smallest details were examined in the search of weight savings, point-n-shoot rigidity, and unrivaled speed. On the Element Carbon 50, Fox takes charge of suspension duties with a 34 Step-Cast 120mm fork and DPS Remote 100mm shock to maintain positive trail contact, while the Maxxis Recon and Ikon tires roll blazingly fast, yet put the grip down when you need it most. They’re wrapped around Sun Helix rims, laced up to Boost hubs. And, thanks to the reliable power of Shimano SLX brakes, you'll stay ahead of the pack with precise cornering control. Power delivery and a massive gear range are provided by a SRAM GX Eagle 12-speed drivetrain, while Rocky Mountain's own mix of aluminum components connect you confidently to this highly capable XC speed machine.
Rocky Mountain Instinct Alloy 50
$3,399.00
With 29" wheels and a wide range of RIDE-9 adjustments, the Rocky Mountain Instinct is available in both carbon and alloy models. The re-designed frame pushes the rear travel to 140mm, increasing stiffness and tweaking the suspension kinematics. Despite the increase in travel, the new frame has noticeably more efficient pedaling with better small-bump sensitivity. The Instinct Alloy 50 combines a lightweight alloy frame with the Rocky Mountain suspension design that puts it ahead of the curve. Fox handles damping front and rear with a 34 fork and DPS EVOL shock, ensuring that tricky line you start is the line you finish. The Instinct Alloy 50 rolls on Sun’s versatile Düroc rims wrapped in Maxxis Minions for aggressive control in any trail conditions, and they’re spurred on by a SRAM Eagle 12-speed drivetrain that blends NX and GX components for maximum performance-per-dollar. You can dial back the speed just in time with powerful Shimano hydraulic brakes and rely on Rocky Mountain components to guide this rig through your trickiest descents and technical climbs. It’s ready for either with the flick of the remote for the Race Face dropper post.
Rocky Mountain Fusion 40
$1,119.00
The Rocky Mountain Fusion smooths out uneven terrain and has great rolling speed to keep you covering miles of off-road paths and trails. With the same intuitive front-end handling found on their 29"-wheeled World Cup XC race bikes and the added stability of a lengthened back end, the Fusion provides a responsive, comfortable ride. Features: - RockShox air suspension fork with 100mm of travel - Wide-range Shimano Deore 1x10 drivetrain - Powerful Shimano hydraulic disc brakes - Grippy, yet fast-rolling Maxxis tires
Rocky Mountain Blizzard Alloy 10
$999.00
Can you get rad on a fat bike? You can and you should. With aggressive trail geometry and massively wide tires, the Rocky Mountain Blizzard rides like a proper mountain bike in the snow, sand, and anything else you can get yourself into. Explore new terrain, venture beyond groomers and snowshoe trails! A stiff aluminum frame and fork tighten up the power transfer and steering response so you can surgically push the 4.8-inch Maxxis tires through fluffy powder and hardpack dirt, alike. Especially in the snow, simplicity is your friend, and the Blizzard 10 delivers on the promise with mechanical disc brakes and a Shimano 1x9-speed drivetrain that open up new terrain and excel in any conditions you can find.
Rocky Mountain Maiden Carbon Frame
$3,599.00
Run to the hills. The Rocky Mountain Maiden was designed from the ground up to perform at the highest levels of big-mountain freeriding, World Cup racing, and bike park blasting. Its all-carbon frame pedals efficiently and has increased braking control, while the RIDE-4 provides precise geometry adjustments. For smaller riders and the #26aintdead crowd, our Equalized wheel system allows riders to use 26" wheels without geometry or suspension compromises.
Rocky Mountain Altitude Carbon Frameset
$2,799.00
Tackle any terrain—from technical BC loam, to clapped out EWS tracks, flowy New Zealand jumps, and Moab slickrock singletrack, Rocky Mountain's Altitude Carbon Frameset is the one bike for all-mountain supremacy. Built from Smoothwall carbon around Rocky's Ride-9 adjustable geometry, the Altitude can be dialed to your style and/or terrain. Discover new lines on your favorite singletrack with the 150mm of rear suspension powered by a Fox Float DPX2 Factory shock. Go ahead and build up your dream bike, this is the machine to take your skills to a whole new altitude.
Rocky Mountain Pipeline Carbon 50
$4,499.00
The Rocky Mountain Pipeline combines the confidence of plus-sized tires in raw, technical terrain with an aggressive trail chassis. RM pushed the rear travel to 140mm, increased stiffness, and adjusted the suspension kinematics for more efficient pedaling and better small-bump sensitivity. Available in both carbon and alloy models, the Pipeline plows through greasy roots and square-edged chunder with authority, while providing near limitless traction on rocky, slippery climbs. The Pipeline Carbon 50 version brings together a burly Smoothwall carbon frame, 140mm Fox 34 fork, DPS EVOL shock, and 27.5 x 2.8-inch Maxxis tires on Race Face AR 35 rims. That’s a combination that sets you up for success running steep, technical trail or shredding smooth-berm park runs. SRAM serves you with a GX Eagle 1x12 drivetrain that offers a massive range of gearing with smooth shifting to get you anywhere you want to go, while Shimano SLX brakes rein it in with sure-stopping power that won’t fade away. Rocky Mountain cockpit components and Fox Transfer dropper post round out the spec to make an almost too-fun trail bike that leaves behind big smiles everywhere it goes.
Rocky Mountain Element Alloy 50
$3,449.00
Be in your Element. Rocky Mountain’s Element is the result of over two decades at the front of the pack. It features efficient suspension performance, refined geometry, RIDE-9 adjustability, and room for two bottles inside the front triangle. Now available in both carbon and alloy models, the smallest details were examined in the search of weight savings, point-n-shoot rigidity, and unrivaled speed. On the Element 50, RockShox handles suspension damping with a Judy Gold RL 120mm fork and Monarch RL 100mm shock to maintain positive trail contact, while the Maxxis Recon and Ikon tires roll blazingly fast, yet put the grip down when you need it most. They’re wrapped around Sun Helix rims, laced up to Boost hubs. And, thanks to the reliable power of Shimano SLX brakes, you'll stay ahead of the pack with precise cornering control. Power delivery and a massive gear range are provided by a SRAM GX/NX Eagle 12-speed drivetrain, while Rocky Mountain's own mix of aluminum components connect you confidently to this highly capable XC speed machine.
Rocky Mountain Instinct Alloy 50 BC Edition
$3,699.00
Born in BC, Rocky Mountain turned the already capable Instinct into an aggressive trail monster. Designed with an optimized single-position link, ultra-aggressive geometry, and a long stroke Fox DPX2 shock that provides 155mm of rear travel, the Instinct BC gives you the performance and confidence to take on big lines and big mountains. Its ultra-stiff, 160mm Fox 36 fork precisely tracks high-amplitude terrain and tempers rutted-out descents. The 2.5/2.4-inch Maxxis Minions surgically carve singletrack while standing up to big rocks and questionable landings, supported by 30mm Race Face AR rims that are happy to huck drops all day long. SRAM both delivers and controls your speed with the huge gear range of a GX/NX Eagle drivetrain and unflinching strength of its 4-piston Guide RE brakes that offer DH power at trail bike-weight. And, with a Race Face Turbine dropper, it smashes all-mountain lines, rails corners, and plows over everything in sight while displaying all the climbing efficiency that makes the Instinct a crowd favorite.
Rocky Mountain Altitude Alloy 70
$4,499.00
The Altitude from Rocky Mountain is here to push the trail bike envelope. The stiff aluminum frame pushes 150mm of rear travel out of a Fox DPX2 shock and features RM’s RIDE-9 interlocking chip design, allowing you to easily dial-in suspension characteristics to tackle any terrain — from technical BC loam to clapped out enduro tracks, flowy New Zealand jumps, and Moab slickrock. Aim the Fox 36 fork at the gnarliest descents and wheel-sucking ruts you can find. At 160mm, it’s built for brutality while delivering Fox’s sophisticated damping to keep you on rails through the risky line. Rocky Mountain spec’d the Altitude to expand what is possible on any trail, no matter what price point fits your budget. The Alloy 70 rolls onto the scene with a FORM alloy frame for optimized strength, weight, and ride quality. It brings together crisp power transmission through a SRAM Eagle drivetrain and the precise stopping you get from Shimano XT brakes. Maxxis tires and wide Sun rims provide a remarkable blend of trail sensitivity, tubeless lightweight, and gravity-savvy traction so you can find the ribbon of terra firma that thrills you, hit the dropper remote, and tear straight into the dream.
Rocky Mountain Slayer Carbon 30
$4,249.00
With a pedigree of success on the most aggressive Enduro World Series tracks, the all-carbon Slayer’s descending aptitude and uncanny ability to hold speed in rugged terrain are matched with surprising pedaling efficiency. Predictable and capable, its rate curve provides good support at sag and a moderate ramp toward the end-stroke—perfect for sending bike park laps and big mountain lines. The Carbon 30 gives you a RockShox Deluxe RT shock to get 165mm of travel out of its enduro-bred carbon frame, with a 170mm Yari fork to balance the aggression this bike harbors. You’re set up for blazing speed and tenacious cornering thanks to a Maxxis Minion DHF tire up front and Aggressor in the rear, both a meaty, 2.5 inches wide and wrapped around Alex Volar rims for strength. Shimano’s Deore drivetrain offers 10 gears in a wide range for power when you need it anywhere on the mountain, while Shimano’s MT6000 brakes temper that speed to keep you on the trail. And, you’ll climb with comfort and efficiency right up until the moment you sink the Race Face dropper to pull the pin on an adrenaline-fueled descent. Don’t worry, your Slayer knows just what to do.
Rocky Mountain Element Carbon Frame
$2,799.00
Be in your Element. Rocky Mountain’s Element is the result of over two decades at the front of the pack. It features efficient suspension performance, refined geometry, RIDE-9 adjustability, and room for two bottles inside the front triangle. The smallest details were carefully examined in the search of weight savings, point-n-shoot rigidity, and unrivaled speed. The Element Carbon frameset is the result of this highly detailed design process.
Rocky Mountain Altitude Carbon 90
$7,399.00
The Altitude from Rocky Mountain is here to push the trail bike envelope. The ultra-stiff frame pushes 150mm of rear travel out of a Fox DPX2 Factory shock and features RM’s RIDE-9 interlocking chip design, allowing you to easily dial-in suspension characteristics to tackle any terrain — from technical BC loam to clapped out enduro tracks, flowy New Zealand jumps, and Moab slickrock. Aim the legendary Fox 36 Factory fork at the gnarliest descents and wheel-sucking ruts you can find. At 160mm, it’s built for brutality while delivering Fox’s sophisticated damping to keep you on rails through the risky line. Rocky Mountain spec’d the Altitude to expand what is possible on any trail, no matter what price point fits your budget, and the Carbon 90 pulls out all the stops. Of course, the C90 benefits from the industry-leading stiffness-to-weight delivered by its highly refined Smoothwall carbon frame. It also boasts the undeniably smooth, light, and now massively geared Shimano XTR 12-speed drivetrain to get you where you’re going without fail. The excess speed you’ll generate is handled easily by a pair of downhill-ready Saint brakes, willing and able to perform consistently on your longest, most harrowing descents. Maxxis tires and Race Face ARC 30 rims provide a remarkable blend of trail sensitivity, tubeless low weight, and gravity-savvy traction so you can find the ribbon of terra firma that thrills you, hit the dropper remote, and tear straight into the dream.
Rocky Mountain Blizzard Alloy 30
$2,399.00
Can you get rad on a fat bike? You can and you should. With aggressive trail geometry and massively wide tires, the Rocky Mountain Blizzard rides like a proper mountain bike in the snow, sand, and anything else you can get yourself into. Explore new terrain, venture beyond groomers and snowshoe trails! A stiff aluminum frame tightens up the power transfer and steering response so you can surgically push the 4.8-inch Maxxis tires through fluffy powder and hardpack dirt, alike. You can push even harder with the added control you get from a RockShox Bluto fork adding 120mm of rowdy to every ride. Especially in the snow, reliability and versatility are your friends, and the Blizzard 30 delivers on these promises with powerful Shimano disc brakes and a wide-range Shimano SLX 1x11-speed drivetrain that open up new terrain and excel in any conditions you can find.
Rocky Mountain Reaper 26
$2,349.00
The all-new Reaper packs the same aggressive trail performance found in our full suspension bikes like the Altitude and Instinct, but in a smaller package for young rippers. Don't fear the Reaper. The Reaper can tear up singletrack, smash technical descents, and slay bike park laps all day long. And, because we know that kids grow (and have younger siblings), the Reaper is easily convertible from 24" wheels to 26" wheels and vice versa. We also have the new Reaper 27.5 option, to keep your kids shredding longer!
Rocky Mountain Instinct Carbon 70
$5,499.00
With 29" wheels and a wide range of RIDE-9 adjustments, the Rocky Mountain Instinct is available in both carbon and alloy models. The re-designed frame pushes the rear travel to 140mm, increasing stiffness and tweaking the suspension kinematics. Despite the increase in travel, the new frame has noticeably more efficient pedaling with better small-bump sensitivity. The Instinct Carbon 70 combines a superlight and ultra-durable Smoothwall carbon frame with the Rocky Mountain suspension design that puts it well ahead of the industry curve. Fox handles damping front and rear with a 34 fork and DPS EVOL shock, ensuring that tricky line you start is the line you finish. The Instinct Carbon 70 rolls on Sun’s versatile Düroc rims wrapped in Maxxis rubber for aggressive control in any trail conditions, and they’re spurred on by a SRAM GX Eagle 12-speed drivetrain with the gear range to go anywhere. You can dial back the speed just in time with powerful Shimano XT brakes and rely on Rocky Mountain and Race Face components to guide this rig through your trickiest descents and technical climbs. It’s ready for either with the flick of the remote for the Fox Transfer Performance Elite dropper post.
Rocky Mountain Growler 20
$899.00
The Growler takes full advantage of high volume 27.5+ tires and next-generation trail geometry for a capable, confident ride. More traction makes short work of scrabbly climbs, more forgiveness helps hold aggressive lines, and more intuitive handling keeps the ride playful. It’s quality components, like a Suntour suspension fork, WTB tires, Shimano 1x9 drivetrain, and Shimano hydraulic brakes make the Growler 20 a care-free fun machine with versatility at its core.
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