Rocky Mountain claims their new Slayer is meant for riding fast and sending it deep - without being a beast to pedal to the top.
Remi Gauvin talks Squamish mountain bike trails, coffee, and why he'll be racing the Rocky Mountain Slayer instead of the Instinct for the 2020 season.
A seemingly smaller percentage of riders slide over from the endurance side of our sport, often turning up with loads of fitness, skills, and newfound challenges.
Rocky Mountain’s Smoothlink suspension hasn’t lost much efficiency with all that squish, and thanks in part to its sensitive coil shock, the bike offers great rear wheel traction.
We’ve spent a few months putting the all-new Rocky Mountain Slayer to the test. While we haven’t found its limits yet, we’ve formed a few opinions.