WHEEL SIZE27.5" & 29"
FRONT TRAVEL170, 180, 200 mm
REAR TRAVEL180 & 170 mm
Big hits. Steep descents. Endless laps. Slay’em all.
Smash every trail in total confidence. The Slayer was right there at the start of freeride movement, and that “heritage-of-send” lives on. Longer and slacker than ever, expect villainous levels of confidence when ripping big mountain trails or devouring the park. Rip, send, smash, repeat. Nothing’s in your way.
What sets the Slayer apart
"Incredibly capable and fun to ride"
"The Slayer strikes the perfect balance of being incredibly capable and fun to ride. It's the right bike for me when shredding bike park laps, shuttling the local trails or getting into bigger, more exposed terrain."
"It's the ultimate bike park ripper"
"The Slayer is truly the quiver killer for me, it has such a progressive platform that allows it to be ridden in any terrain. I've spent time riding this bike with different builds, ripping bike park laps around the world, filming big mountain lines in Virgin Utah, to aggressive trail rides around Oregon. It's the ultimate bike park ripper!"
"It is capable of what ever I can toss at it"
"When the line or feature makes me feel a little uneasy, that feeling in your stomach that says just go home, rather than go home and stay there I might just go home and come back with the Slayer. With its progressive suspension design it is capable of what ever I can toss at it."
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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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