A short pedal from the Mount Seymour trailhead, Rocky Mountain’s Development Center is nestled at the foot of Vancouver’s North Shore Mountains.
It’s here that our engineers take full advantage of our prototype frame shop and testing facility to develop our world renowned bikes. This facility and our proximity to some of the world’s most rugged and versatile terrain provides us with a very short product feedback loop - an idea can be born over an early coffee meeting, computer modeled throughout the day, and come out of the CNC machine in time to hit the trails by dusk.
We build the drive to fit the bike, not the other way around. For ten years, our engineers dreamed, created, tested and meticulously improved upon Dyname until they got it right.
Technologies, design, and innovation
Welcome to Between Two Wheels, a series that dives into the world of Rocky Mountain, exploring everything from the history to the riding experience of our various bikes.
Each year, our graphic team gets inspired by various themes when coming up with new colour palettes. For this season, the concept stemmed from our riders' playground, the trails, which influenced our natural and down-to-earth shades.
When you install the Altitude MX Mount, you will increase the travel of your Altitude or Altitude Powerplay while also lowering the rate curve. This means you might have to increase shock pressure or go up in spring rate to achieve proper sag and ...