Rocky Mountain launches much anticipated alloy Element 26 and 29, sharing same technology as Element RSL and MSL
Also new for 2012 is Vertex 29 RSL, a brand new ground-up redesign of Rocky Mountain's long lasting flagship race hardtail, only available for 29" wheels.
Featured on Element 29 and Vertex RSL, Rocky Mountain introduces all-new RTC-29 Geometry, making for more playful and nimble handling 29ers.
Rocky Mountain delivers ground-up redesign of long lasting Element platform with Element RSL and Element MSL. The new bikes set a new standard for strength to weight ratio and ride quality. Both bikes receive critical acclaim from media and mountain bikers alike.
Also new for 2011 is the ground up redesign of Slayer, improving both climbing performance and descending capabilities.
Rocky Mountain team riders Andreas Hestler and Wade Simmons travel to Chile for 10 day all-mountain adventure with their Slayers.
Rocky Mountain Factory Team Riders Leandre Bouchard, Jeremy Martin, and Evan Guthrie take 1st, 3rd, and 4th at Canadian U23 XC Nationals aboard Element RSL
Chris Sheppard wins second consecutive solo mens overall title at BC Bike Race.
Rocky Mountain welcomes back freeride icon Thomas Vanderham back to the team after two years away.
Rocky Mountain launches Vertex 29 and Altitude 29 models.
Sabrina Jonnier wins two World Cups en route to her second consecutive World Cup Overall title.
Geoff Kabush captures his 7th Canadian XC National Championship in a row.
Chris Sheppard wins the solo men's overall BC Bike Race title.
Rocky Mountain debuts the 2011 Element RSL and 2011 Slayer at the Sea Otter Classic.