Elements of Victory
The 10th annual BC Bike Race was the perfect occasion to give our updated Element platform some real-world marathon XC testing.
Massive exposure, style for miles, and a HUGE 360 drop earn Carson Storch 'Best Trick' and 3rd Place at Red Bull Rampage.
Trail Journal: Volume One
Volume One of our Trail Journal is dedicated to the enjoyment of putting rubber-covered wheels into dirt. 70 pages of our favourite stories, images, bikes, and people from our first 35 years.
The Longest Day
Six months ago on the Summer Solstice, the longest day of the year, we set out with the silly idea to ride 100 kilometers in a day on the North Shore.
Return to the Rockies
Rocky Mountain Bicycles’ namesake mountain range holds a special place in our heart. We knew this year that we were overdue for a return to our roots—our bedrock.
The Suzi Q's lightweight carbon frame and narrow Q-factor are more efficient and comfortable than traditional fat bikes, perfect for everything from local singletrack loops to fat bike racing.
Slayer 790 MSL
Element 990 RSL BC Edition
- Marathon XC
- 120mm Front Travel
- Ride-9 Adjustability
- 100mm Rear Travel
- 29" Wheels
- Smoothwall Carbon
This 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 Rocky Mountain Development Centre is nestled at the foot of the Vancouver's North Shore mountains, home to some of the world's most diverse and rugged terrain. We've been developing high performance mountain bikes here since 1981.
Many things have changed since we first opened our doors, but our product developers, engineers, marketing nerds, salespeople, and athletes are still a tight-knit crew that works and plays in these mountains. From local trail days to backcountry adventures, we're all here for a reason: we love mountain biking.