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Rocky Mountain Element 999 RSL
$11,499.99
When you're racing at the top of your category, you need a bike that can match your level of skill and tenacity to stay ahead of the pack. The Element 999 RSL is Rocky Mountain's pinnacle XC race machine, built with dialed suspension performance, refined geometry, and the unique customization capabilities of Rocky Mountain's Ride-9 system to create an ultra-efficient and tunable carbon champion. Fox Factory expertly handles suspension damping with a 34 Float 120mm fork and Float DPS Remote 100mm shock to ensure effective contact with the trail, while fast-rolling Maxxis Ikon tires paired to Stan's Valor carbon rims put the grip down when you need it most. And, thanks to SRAM's light and powerful Level Ultimate brakes, you can blaze through turns and charge technical descents with confident control. Elite-level aptitude manifests throughout the build, including SRAM's XX1 Eagle carbon crankset and shifting components for flawless function under the most demanding conditions, and a RockShox Reverb Stealth dropper seatpost puts you in the best position for charging toward the finish. There's only one component missing from this racer's dream ride—that'd be you, Champ.
Rocky Mountain Element 999 RSL
$11,499.99
The Element is the result of over two decades at the front of the pack. The new Element features more efficient suspension performance, refined marathon geometry, RIDE-9™ adjustability, and room for two bottles inside the front triangle. The smallest details were examined in the search of point-and-shoot rigidity and unrivaled speed.
Rocky Mountain Slayer 790 MSL
$8,799.99
Look, if Rocky Mountain chose "Slayer" as the name for their enduro beast, you know it was made to do one thing: absolutely crush everything in its path. With the Ride-4 adjustable suspension system that allows you to alter head and seat tube angles and bottom bracket height to accommodate varying trails, you can count on always having the right tool for the job no matter where you ride. This premier Slayer 790 is made for those who combine race-level finesse with a hard-charging attitude. Fox's 36 Float RC2 Factory 170mm fork makes no compromises when it comes to rock-solid stability, and the Fox Float X2 EVOL Factory 165mm shock eats big hits like a boss. Shimano XTR/XT drivetrain components fire-off lightning fast shifts for instant acceleration, and bullish Shimano Saint hydraulic brakes offer unbeatable power on mind-bending descents. Rocky Mountain throws in a micro chain guide to keep you on the gas and a RockShox Reverb Stealth dropper post so you can focus your dissident aggression on the path ahead. Crank it to eleven, show us your rock fist, and descend into a season of laying waste to the world's best trails with the Rocky Mountain Slayer.
Rocky Mountain Maiden World Cup
$8,599.99
Turn your World Cup aspirations into reality with the rowdy big mountain capability and tunable characteristics of The Maiden Pro. This full-carbon bike park and DH course killer is optimized to run both 26-inch and 27.5-inch tires through an adjustable geometry system, and crushes downhill and freeride tracks with 200mm front/rear travel for the confidence to go bigger and faster than ever before. Shimano's proven Saint 10-speed drivetrain gives you uncompromised performance, and Saint hydraulic disc brakes put a massive amount of power at your fingertips through four-piston calipers and Ice-Tech for fade-free dependability. Predictable suspension performance is handled by the stout and plush Fox 40 Float Factory fork and DHX2 Factory coil combo, and Race Face Atlas 800mm bars and a burly 35mm Rocky Mountain stem give you absolute control in the gnarliest conditions. Nice touches like internal cable routing, molded downtube and chainstay protectors, and stealth electronic shifting compatibility add to the Maiden's sultry appeal that's good for more than just attracting an audience, so you better start polishing-up those skills for the best results.
Rocky Mountain Thunderbolt 790 MSL BC Edition
$7,299.99
Satisfy your dreams of owning one bike to rule it all, and get out and crush some serious trail with the Thunderbolt 790 MSL BC Edition. Rocky Mountain amped-up this version for rowdy Britsh Columbia-style action with wider bars, bigger tires, stiffer wheels, and premium suspension so you can rail flowy singletrack and pop lips with ease. Custom tuning options provided by Rocky Mountain's Ride-9 adjustable suspension system gives you composure and efficiency on all types of trails, and a RockShox Pike RCT3 fork paired with a Monarch Debonair RT3 shock lays chunky rock gardens to waste. A Shimano XTR/XT drivetrain puts lightning-fast shifting at your fingertips, and Shimano XT Ice-Tech hydraulic brakes leave nothing to be desired with pinpoint performance. Beefy Maxxis tires and a set of Stan's ZTR Arch wheels keep you rolling fast and instill confidence through high-speed berms. Finally, 800mm-wide Race Face SixC carbon bars help with front-end control, and a RockShox Reverb Stealth dropper seatpost all but disappears so you can get low on hair-raising descents. Straddle this Thunderbolt and become the king of your mountain.
Rocky Mountain Element 990 RSL BC Edition
$7,199.99
The Element is the result of over two decades at the front of the pack. The new Element features more efficient suspension performance, refined marathon geometry, RIDE-9™ adjustability, and room for two bottles inside the front triangle. The smallest details were examined in the search of point-and-shoot rigidity and unrivaled speed.
Rocky Mountain Slayer 770 MSL
$6,999.99
Look, if Rocky Mountain chose "Slayer" as the name for their enduro beast, you know it was made to do one thing: absolutely crush everything in its path. With the Ride-4 adjustable suspension system that allows you to alter head and seat tube angles and bottom bracket height to accommodate varying trails, you can count on always having the right tool for the job no matter where you ride. Rocky Mountain ups the build spec on the Slayer 770 to give you top-tier performance when you need it most. RockShox provides big-hit compliance with the Lyrik RCT3 170mm fork and Super Deluxe Debonair RC3 165mm shock combo, and a Shimano XT 1x11 drivetrain paired with XT Ice-Tec hydraulic disc brakes produces reliable shifts and confident, fade-free stopping power. And, Rocky Mountain includes a chain guide and a RockShox Reverb Stealth dropper post so you're ready to roll straight out the door. Crank it to eleven, show us your rock fist, and descend into a season of laying waste to the world's best trails with the Rocky Mountain Slayer.
Rocky Mountain Instinct 990 MSL BC Edition
$6,799.99
Go ahead and stare, we'll give you a minute. After imagining what riding the Instinct 990 MSL BC Edition must be like, everything else might seem a little dull. That's because Rocky Mountain took their proven trail bike and amped it up the way any B.C. freerider would—with wider bars, bigger tires, stiffer wheels, and premium suspension components. Pair these upgrades with the customizable Ride-9 adjustable suspension/geometry system and you've got one serious do-everything bike that will take you up, down, and over just about anything you can point your wheel at. Stan's ZTR Flow rims wrapped in Maxxis Minion DHR II WT tires give you outstanding control in even the gnarliest terrain, and the RockShox Pike RCT3 fork and Monarch Debonair RT3 shock combo provide unflinching support for sending it from any trailside hit. Efficient power transfer is provided by Shimano XT drivetrain components mated to a Race Face Turbine Cinch crankset, and Shimano's cool and collected XT Ice-Tec brakes provide fade-free performance with plenty of muscle. Wrapping up this brawny build is a Race Face SixC carbon 800mm wide handlebar with Rocky Mountain Lock-on grips, a WTB Silverado Race saddle, and RockShox Reverb Stealth seatpost.
Rocky Mountain Instinct 990 MSL BC Edition
$6,799.99
Stable and confident, the Instinct is an all-day singletrack adventure kind of bike. Its versatility is unparalleled, with a wide range of Ride-9™ geometry and suspension adjustments for whatever terrain you want to tackle. When the Instinct is set up "BC style"—with wide bars, big tires, stiff wheels, and premium suspension—it takes on a more aggressive nature. Its Smoothlink suspension and 29" wheels lend themselves to plowing through rough terrain.
Rocky Mountain Maiden Pro
$6,799.99
Blast off with the rowdy big mountain capability and tunable characteristics of The Maiden Pro. This full-carbon bike park and DH course killer is optimized to run both 26-inch and 27.5-inch tires through an adjustable geometry system, and crushes downhill and freeride tracks with 200mm front/rear travel for the confidence to go bigger and faster than ever before. A Shimano Zee 10-speed drivetrain gives you no-nonsense performance, and Zee hydraulic disc brakes put loads of power at your fingertips through 203mm rotors. Suspension is handled by the stout Fox 40 Performance Elite fork and DHX2 Performance Elite coil combo, and Race Face Chester 780mm bars and a burly 35mm Rocky Mountain stem give you absolute control in the gnarliest conditions. Nice touches like internal cable routing, molded downtube and chainstay protectors, and stealth electronic shifting compatibility add to the Maiden's sultry appeal that's good for more than just attracting an audience, so you better start polishing-up those skills for the best results.
Rocky Mountain Thunderbolt 770 MSL
$6,499.99
Sometimes it's easy to get lost in all the names and categories of full-suspension bikes, so we'll make this one easy for you: The full-suspension Thunderbolt 770 MSL is built for serious singletrack slaying. Starting with the supreme handling capabilities of 27.5-inch Stan's ZTR Crest wheels wrapped in beefy Maxxis rubber, adding stout and precise handling from the Fox 34 Float Performance Elite 130mm fork and big-hit capability from the Fox Float DPS EVOL Factory rear shock, and finishing with custom tuning options provided by Rocky Mountain's Ride-9 adjustable suspension system, this aggressive XC machine has the agility to tackle technical trail while racking up the miles with composure and efficiency. Shimano supplies the get-up-and-go with an XT 1x11-speed drivetrain and brings things to a screeching halt with powerful, fade-free XT hydraulic brakes. And, when things get really gnarly, you'll get low with RockShox' Reverb Stealth dropper seatpost. High-end cockpit components from Race Face, Rocky Mountain, and WTB complete this lean and muscular rig that's ready for all your dirt-bound human-powered adventures.
Rocky Mountain Slayer Carbon 50
$6,498.99
All killer, no filler. The Slayer is Rocky Mountain's full-on carbon enduro missile. Its Ride-4 adjustable suspension system allows you to alter head and seat tube angles and bottom bracket height to accommodate varying trails, so you can count on always having the right tool for the job no matter where you ride. The Slayer Carbon 50 is built for core riders to be a daily bruiser that's always up for more. Big-hit compliance is provided by the Fox 36 Float EVOL FIT4 Performance 170mm fork and Float DPX2 Performance 165mm shock combo, and a Shimano SLX/XT 1x11 drivetrain paired with SLX hydraulic disc brakes produces reliable shifts and confident stopping power. And, fortunately for you, Rocky Mountain includes an e*thirteen bash guard and Race Face Turbine dropper post so you're ready to roll straight out the door. Crank it to eleven, show us your rock fist, and make Slayer your rowdy companion in laying waste to the world's best trails.
Rocky Mountain Element 970 RSL
$6,399.99
The Element is the result of over two decades at the front of the pack. The new Element features more efficient suspension performance, refined marathon geometry, RIDE-9™ adjustability, and room for two bottles inside the front triangle. The smallest details were examined in the search of point-and-shoot rigidity and unrivaled speed.
Rocky Mountain Element 970 RSL
$6,399.99
Lightning fast and raring at the gate, the Element 970 RSL features dialed suspension performance, refined geometry, and Ride-9 adjustability to create an ultra-efficient and tunable XC race machine. Fox handles suspension damping with a 34 Float Performance Elite 120mm fork and Float DPS Remote Performance Elite 100mm shock to maintain positive trail contact, while the fast-rolling Maxxis Ikon tires put the grip down when you need it most. And, thanks to Shimano's powerful XT brakes, you'll stay ahead of the pack with precise cornering control. Power delivery is provided by a combination of Shimano's legendary XT and XTR groups with satisfying shifting from the 1x11 drivetrain, and a RockShox Reverb Stealth dropper seatpost puts you in the best position for charging toward the finish.
Rocky Mountain Slayer 750 MSL
$6,199.99
Look, if Rocky Mountain chose "Slayer" as the name for their enduro beast, you know it was made to do one thing: absolutely crush everything in its path. With the Ride-4 adjustable suspension system that allows you to alter head and seat tube angles and bottom bracket height to accommodate varying trails, you can count on always having the right tool for the job no matter where you ride. The Slayer 750 is built for core riders to be a daily bruiser that's always up for more. RockShox provides big-hit compliance with the Lyrik RC 170mm fork and Super Deluxe Debonair RT 165mm shock combo, and a Shimano XT 1x11 drivetrain paired with SLX hydraulic disc brakes produces reliable shifts and confident stopping power. And, fortunately for you, Rocky Mountain includes an e*thirteen bash guard and Race Face Turbine dropper post so you're ready to roll straight out the door. Crank it to eleven, show us your rock fist, and make Slayer your rowdy companion in laying waste to the world's best trails.
Rocky Mountain Instinct 970 MSL
$6,099.99
Stable and confident, the Instinct is an all-day singletrack adventure kind of bike. Its versatility is unparalleled, with a wide range of Ride-9™ geometry and suspension adjustments for whatever terrain you want to tackle.
Rocky Mountain Pipeline 770 MSL
$5,999.99
The Pipeline 770 MSL takes advantage of 27.5+ tires that make this aggressive trail machine a greasy root-clawing, chunder-bombing traction monster. The light and durable carbon/alloy frame fits rubber up to 3.25-inch wide and sits on a 150mm Fox 34 Float Factory fork and 130mm Fox Float DPS Factory rear shock for a responsive, playful feel. The 1x11 Shimano XT drivetrain lets you hammer away with proven, dependable performance, and Boost axle spacing combined with the wide profile of 35mm rims wrapped in Maxxis 2.8-inch tires gives you solid handling on technical trails. A stout 35mm bar and stem combo from Rocky Mountain and a stealthy Reverb dropper post from RockShox round out the cockpit to create a trail boss borne of the rock- and root-infested woods of the wild and woolly North Shore.
Rocky Mountain Maiden Park
$5,499.99
The Maiden Park is a full-carbon bike park and DH course killer, optimized to run both 26-inch and 27.5-inch tires through an adjustable geometry system, and suspended by 200mm front/rear travel for the confidence to go bigger than ever before. A Shimano Zee 10-speed drivetrain gives you no-nonsense performance, and Shimano Deore hydraulic disc brakes put showstopping power at your fingertips through 203mm rotors. Suspension is handled by the venerable RockShox Boxxer RC fork and Fox Van RC coil combo, and Race Face Chester 780mm bars and a stout 35mm Rocky Mountain stem give you absolute control in the gnarliest conditions. Nice touches like internal cable routing, molded downtube and chainstay protectors, and stealth electronic shifting compatibility add to the Maiden's sultry appeal that's good for more than just attracting an audience, so you better start polishing-up those skills for the best results.
Rocky Mountain Suzi Q -90 Degrees RSL
$5,499.99
Whoever labeled fat bikes as lumbering, heavy behemoths certainly didn't throw a leg over Rocky Mountain's Suzi Q RSL. With a narrow Q-factor and 27.5 x 3.8-inch tires, Suzi Q's nimble and fast character makes it perfect for crushing local singletrack as well as fat bike racing. Rocky Mountain gave the carbon-framed Suzi Q -90 Degrees RSL a king's ransom of XC-worthy components, with a Shimano XTR/XT 1x11-speed drivetrain paired to XTR hydraulic disc brakes, and follows up with sturdy carbon cockpit components and a stiff and light carbon fork for precision tracking over any surface.
Rocky Mountain Thunderbolt 750 MSL
$5,199.99
Sometimes it's easy to get lost in all the names and categories of full-suspension bikes, so we'll make this one easy for you: The full-suspension Thunderbolt 750 MSL is made for serious singletrack slaying. Starting with the supreme handling capabilities of 27.5-inch wheels wrapped in beefy Maxxis rubber, adding stout and precise handling from the Fox 34 Float Performance 130mm fork and big-hit capability from the Fox Float DPS EVOL Performance rear shock, and finishing with custom tuning options provided by Rocky Mountain's Ride-9 adjustable suspension system, this aggressive XC machine has the agility to tackle technical trail while maintaining an ability to rack up the miles with composure and efficiency. Shimano supplies the get-up-and-go with an SLX/XT 1x11 drivetrain and brings things to a screeching halt through powerful SLX hydraulic disc brakes paired to 180mm rotors. And, when things get really gnarly, you'll love the ability to get low at the push of a button with RockShox' Reverb Stealth dropper seatpost. Sturdy aluminum cockpit components from Rocky Mountain complete this lean and muscular rig that's ready for all your dirt-bound human-powered adventures.
Rocky Mountain Pipeline 750 MSL
$4,999.99
The Pipeline 750 MSL takes advantage of 27.5+ tires that make this aggressive trail machine a greasy root-clawing, chunder-bombing traction monster. The light and durable carbon/alloy frame fits rubber up to 3.25-inch wide and sits on a 150mm RockShox Yari fork and 130mm RockShox Monarch RT Debonair rear shock for a responsive, playful feel. The 1x11 Shimano XT drivetrain lets you hammer away with proven, dependable performance, and Boost axle spacing combined with the wide profile of 35mm rims wrapped in Maxxis 2.8-inch tires gives you solid handling on technical trails. Stiff aluminum all-mountain components from Rocky Mountain and a stealthy Reverb dropper post from RockShox round out the cockpit to create a trail boss borne of the rock- and root-infested woods of the wild and woolly North Shore.
Rocky Mountain Element 950 RSL
$4,899.99
The Element is the result of over two decades at the front of the pack. The new Element features more efficient suspension performance, refined marathon geometry, RIDE-9™ adjustability, and room for two bottles inside the front triangle. The smallest details were examined in the search of point-and-shoot rigidity and unrivaled speed.
Rocky Mountain Instinct 950 MSL
$4,899.99
Stable and confident, the Instinct is an all-day singletrack adventure kind of bike. Its versatility is unparalleled, with a wide range of Ride-9™ geometry and suspension adjustments for whatever terrain you want to tackle.
Rocky Mountain Suzi Q Carbon 90
$4,679.10 $5,199.00 10% Savings
Available in both carbon and alloy models, the Suzi Q’s narrow Q-factor is more efficient and comfortable than traditional fat bikes. Compact chainstays and an extended reach make for a stable and balanced ride that still feels agile, perfect for everything from local singletrack loops to fat bike racing.
Rocky Mountain Maiden World Cup Frame
$4,499.99
Turn your World Cup aspirations into reality with the rowdy big mountain capability and tunable characteristics of the Maiden World Cup Frame. This full-carbon bike park and DH course killer is optimized to run both 26-inch and 27.5-inch tires through an adjustable geometry system, and crushes downhill and freeride tracks with 200mm of travel for the confidence to go bigger and faster than ever before. Frame includes FOX DHX2 Factory shock.
Rocky Mountain Instinct Carbon 30
$4,184.10 $4,649.00 10% Savings
When you're riding the Rocky Mountain Instinct, blasting through sinewy singletrack and negotiating techy rock gardens almost comes naturally. Built with versatility in mind for all-day adventure, the Instinct Carbon 30 features a RockShox Reba RL 140mm fork and RockShox Deluxe Debonair RT 140mm rear shock for tackling any obstacle on your journey into the backcountry. And, with Rocky Mountain's unique Ride-9 suspension adjustment system, you can dial in the geometry and feel to suit the expected terrain. Race Face Aeffect Cinch cranks paired to a SRAM NX 1X11-speed drivetrain give you efficient gearing options on steep climbs, and stout SRAM Level hydraulic disc brakes let you charge with confident control on the way down. The 29-inch Sun Helix rims and beefy Maxxis Minion DHR II rubber combo lets you get loose without worry, and a mix of WTB and Rocky Mountain components round out the cockpit for solid trail performance.
Rocky Mountain Thunderbolt 730 MSL
$4,149.99
The full-suspension Thunderbolt 750 is a light and aggressive carbon XC machine ready for all of your fast-paced singletrack adventures. Responsive 27.5-inch aluminum wheels wrapped in Maxxis tires grip and rip, while the Fox 34 Float Performance fork and Float DPS Performance rear shock keep your tires firmly planted with a plush feel for hammering through rock gardens at speed. Shimano SLX hydraulic disc brakes put the power down for precise control through turns and down techy sections of trail, while the sweet 1x11-speed SLX/Race Face drivetrain puts lightweight efficiency at the ready. A solid mix of Rocky Mountain aluminum cockpit components let you know the Thunderbolt takes trail riding seriously, and with Ride-9 adjustable suspension system, you'd better prepare for one electrifying ride.
Rocky Mountain Instinct 930 MSL
$4,099.99
When you're riding the Rocky Mountain Instinct, blasting through sinewy singletrack and negotiating techy rock gardens almost comes naturally. Built with versatility in mind for all-day adventure, the carbon-framed Instinct 930 MSL features a Fox 34 Float 140mm fork and Float DPS EVOL Performance 130mm rear shock for tackling any obstacle on your journey into the backcountry. And, with Rocky Mountain's unique Ride-9 suspension adjustment system, you can dial in the geometry and feel to suit the expected terrain. Race Face Aeffect Cinch cranks paired to a Shimano SLX 1x11 drivetrain give you efficient gearing options on steep climbs, and stout Shimano hydraulic disc brakes let you charge with confident control on the way down. The 29-inch Sun Helix rims and beefy Maxxis DHR II rubber combo lets you get loose without worry, and a mix of WTB and Rocky Mountain components round out the cockpit for solid trail performance.
Rocky Mountain Instinct 930 MSL
$4,099.99
Stable and confident, the Instinct is an all-day singletrack adventure kind of bike. Its versatility is unparalleled, with a wide range of Ride-9™ geometry and suspension adjustments for whatever terrain you want to tackle.
Rocky Mountain Slayer 790 MSL Frame
$3,999.99
Look, if Rocky Mountain chose "Slayer" as the name for their enduro beast, you know it was made to do one thing: absolutely crush everything in its path. With the Ride-4 adjustable suspension system that allows you to alter head and seat tube angles and bottom bracket height to accommodate varying trails, you can count on always having the right tool for the job no matter where you ride. Crank it to eleven, show us your rock fist, and descend into a season of laying waste to the world's best trails with the Rocky Mountain Slayer. Frame includes a Fox Float X2 EVOL Factory 165mm shock and Rocky Mountain micro chain guide.
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