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    The Rocky Mountain Altitude will help you hold the high lines, tee up trail gaps, and push a pace that you didn’t know you had in you. Ridden by the Rocky Mountain Race Face Enduro team, the redesigned Altitude is now more capable than ever and has...
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    The Slayer was designed to be ridden fast, sent off huge hits, and take the abuse of a bike park lap after lap. The Godfather of Freeride, Wade Simmons, has been sending it aboard Rocky Mountain for nearly 30 years. Wade put freeriding on the map,...
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    Quick and nimble, the Thunderbolt is all about being playful out there on the trail. What says that better than a kid who can nose bonk, spin, and jump just about anything. Jesse Munden is from Kamloops, British Columbia and at 14-years old is...
  • The Slayer was designed to be ridden fast, sent off huge hits, and take the abuse of a bike park lap after lap. The Slayer has become a go-to platform for Rocky Mountain freerider, Thomas Vanderham - especially when it comes to spending time in the bike park. Thomas’ custom-built Slayer has some of what you’d expect, and some that you wouldn’t! 
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    The Slayer was designed to be ridden fast, sent off huge hits, and take the abuse of a bike park lap after lap. The Slayer has become a go-to platform for Rocky Mountain freerider, Thomas Vanderham - especially when it comes to spending time in the...
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    The Overtimepack allows you to ride your Powerplay farther than ever before, putting more time in on the trail before needing a charge.
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    In the last few years, I have been putting a lot of off-the-bike effort into getting a National Interscholastic Cycling Association (NICA) League started for the high school
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    Learning to Love the Ride during a pandemic
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    We’re excited to return to the Enduro World Series this year with our existing Canadian partner, Race Face Performance Products.
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    I’ve spent several years riding my mountain bike through remote, little-known places around the world. Usually, I’m barely back at home before the next wave of wanderlust comes over me and I feel the pull to set off again. 
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    Greg Hill has spent the last two years of his life focused on proving the potential of electric adventures. He gave up using fossil fuels to access his adventures and has worked hard at the idea of exploring what it means to adventure sustainably.

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