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Rocky Mountain Bicycles

For 33 years, Rocky Mountain Bicycles has been designing, developing, and perfecting mountain and urban bikes in and around the North Shore of Vancouver, British Columbia. Rocky Mountain had its beginnings in a Vancouver bike store in 1978, when two men began modifying Nishiki road bikes by adding wider tires, straight handlebars and internal five-speed gears. Their aim was to create a bicycle that could be ridden and raced on the technical trails of the West Coast. Many things have changed since they first opened their doors, but Rocky's product developers, engineers, marketing nerds, salespeople, and athletes are still a tight-knit crew that works and plays in the mountains. JRA's type of people!

Rocky Mountain Altitude Alloy 30
Often imitated but never surpassed, the Altitude pushes the envelope of wha...
Rocky Mountain Solo 50
Looking for one bike to commute to work, ride the dirt roads at the county'...
Rocky Mountain Blizzard Alloy 10
Can you get rad on a fat bike? You can and you should. With aggressive trai...
Rocky Mountain Instinct Carbon 70
$2,300.00 - $5,299.00
Go where you want and own every inch of the trail along the way with the In...
Rocky Mountain Slayer Carbon 70
All killer, no filler. The Slayer is Rocky Mountain's full-on carbon enduro...
Rocky Mountain Reaper 24
The Reaper provides the same aggressive trail performance found in Rocky Mo...
Rocky Mountain Blizzard 30
The forecast is calling for cold temperatures, a dump in snow, and all you ...
Rocky Mountain Altitude Alloy 70 (SRAM)
The Altitude from Rocky Mountain is here to push the trail bike envelope. T...