MIN MAX | TEARDOWN
Min-Max: Norma’s 2014 Rocky Mountain Altitude MSL
This time around involves a physical min-maxing and Norma's 2014 RMB Altitude gets a new lease on life...
First Impressions REVIEW
2022 Rocky Mountain Element Carbon 70
Mike Ferrentino's First Impressions Of Rocky's Monument To "The Slackening"
Long Term Review
2022 Rocky Mountain Altitude Powerplay Review
RMB's torquey Dyname 4.0 motor and "mid-high pivot" platform separate the Altitude Powerplay from the herd.
2021 Rocky Mountain Instinct C90 - Long Term Review
An ultra-capable trail bike from Canada's own Rocky Mountain Bicycles.
LONG TERM REVIEW
Review: 2021 Rocky Mountain Altitude C70
The unofficial 2020 EWS Championship-winning race bike gets a full review period.
Introducing the 2021 Rocky Mountain Altitude
Rocky Mountain's new undisputed Enduro platform sees a number of updates for the 2021 model year.
2020 Rocky Mountain Slayer C70
The new Slayer has big shoes to fill - a mandate to be bike park-ready, yet plenty capable of earning its own vert...
2020 Rocky Mountain Growler 20
Rocky brings modern hardtail geometry at an entry-level price with the 1000 USD Growler 20.
RELEASE | EDITORIAL
The 2020 Rocky Mountain Growler Series
Rocky brings progressive geometry to entry-level mountain bikes - starting at 1000 USD/1250 CAD...
Sweating The Small Stuff At Crankworx 2019: Part 1
The first in a three-part series of the gear and trends that caught my eye at the 2019 edition of Crankworx Whistler.
Rocky Mountain Growler 40 - Budget Review
" On my first ride down I hit the same trails I usually ride on test bikes that cost many times its price..."
FIRST IMPRESSIONS | EDITORIAL
Rocky Mountain Growler 40 - FIRST IMPRESSIONS
The name suggests micro brew transport - but this machine for 1360 USD was built for serious off road escapades...
The Tale Of Turbo Levo Man
"Maybe he's an ex-rider looking for an accessible way to re-introduce himself to a sport he's long loved..."
Best of 2016 – Pete’s List
From bikes that defy their category to jackets that deliver and a electronic shifting, Pete’s Best of 2016 choices ran the gamut this year.
Rocky Mountain Thunderbolt: Reviewed
Don’t let its ‘mere’ 120mm of rear wheel travel or its ‘small’ 27.5″ wheels deceive you – this is a barn-burner of a trail bike.
2017 Rocky Mountain Slayer
Exploring the important details that make up the 2017 Rocky Mountain Slayer.
Sweating the Small Things @ Crankworx 2016
Andrew Major appreciates and identifies the small details that set bikes, mechanics, shops and manufacturers apart...
Rocky Mountain Thunderbolt: First Impressions
Our Shimano XTR Di2 equipped Rocky Mountain Thunderbolt is an electronic shifting-equipped boogie machine. We’ve dubbed it ‘Thundervolt’.
Introducing the Rocky Mountain Pipeline
Take the ‘stupid lines’ and just flow straight through them…
Sea Otter 2015: Rocky Mountain Sherpa
Want to cover big miles and get way, way out there? The Sherpa is the bike for the job.
Gully and Mark are almost 30 years old but still kids at heart. The following based on actual events…