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  1. General Discussion
    While the term cross country may bring to mind grueling fire road climbs and spandex, modern cross country races now feature technical descents and challenging obstacles. As a result, we've seen a number of the world's best migrate over to full suspension bikes and use dropper posts at selective...
  2. General Discussion
    The Element has been Rocky Mountain's premiere XC race bike for two decades. To stay on the cutting edge, the frame has gradually transitioned from aluminum to carbon and the wheels have grown from 26" to 29". Along the way, suspension, geometry, and components have also improved. These...
  3. 29er Bikes
    Following the success for our 2011 and 2012 carbon Element RSL and MSL models and our 2012 Element 29, it was only natural to follow up with the Element 29 RSL. The reception in 2012 of our new 29er geometry called RTC-29™, has finally and firmly established 29ers simply the faster and better...
  4. Rocky Mountain
    I know Ventana and Turner offer a factory refurb program where you can get your frame repainted and bushings serviced by the factory itself. Does Rocky Mountain offer such a thing? I have 2 Rocky frames that are in need of some love and care. One Blizzard '96 for which the paint is old and the...
  5. Video, Photography, and POV Cameras
    Text, photos and videos by Lee Lau Introduction At the outset, let me clearly unequivocally state that this is merely a preview of the RM Element 29er. I have not even ridden the bike (although that opportunity will emerge in the near future). This preview will consist of pictures...
  6. Rocky Custom Fanatik

    The 4th bike. Top tube length... again good, standover bad. Ride was pretty good too...
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