With a pedigree of success on the most aggressive Enduro World Series tracks, the all-carbon Slayer’s descending aptitude and uncanny ability to hold speed in rugged terrain are matched with surprising pedaling efficiency. Predictable and capable, its rate curve provides good support at sag and a moderate ramp toward the end-stroke—perfect for sending bike park laps and big mountain lines. The Carbon 70 gives you a Fox Float X2 shock to get 165mm of travel out of its enduro-bred carbon frame, with a 170mm Fox 36 Float EVOL GRIP2 fork to balance the aggression this bike harbors. You’re set up for blazing speed and tenacious cornering thanks to a Maxxis Minion DHF tire up front and Aggressor in the rear, both a meaty, 2.5 inches wide and wrapped around Race Face AR rims for strength. SRAM delivers the power with its GX Eagle drivetrain, offering 12 speeds to ensure you have the right gear ratio anywhere on the mountain, while SRAM Code R brakes bring DH braking power to temper that speed and keep you on the trail. And, you’ll climb with comfort and efficiency right up until the moment you sink the Race Face Turbine dropper to pull the pin on an adrenaline-fueled descent. Don’t worry, your Slayer knows just what to do.
The Altitude from Rocky Mountain is here to push the trail bike envelope. The stiff aluminum frame pushes 150mm of rear travel out of a Fox DPX2 shock and features RM’s RIDE-9 interlocking chip design, allowing you to easily dial-in suspension characteristics to tackle any terrain — from technical BC loam to clapped out enduro tracks, flowy New Zealand jumps, and Moab slickrock. Aim the Fox 36 fork at the gnarliest descents and wheel-sucking ruts you can find. At 160mm, it’s built for brutality while delivering Fox’s sophisticated damping to keep you on rails through the risky line. Rocky Mountain spec’d the Altitude to expand what is possible on any trail, no matter what price point fits your budget. The Alloy 70 rolls onto the scene with a FORM alloy frame for optimized strength, weight, and ride quality. It brings together crisp power transmission through a SRAM Eagle drivetrain and the precise stopping you get from Shimano XT brakes. Maxxis tires and wide Sun rims provide a remarkable blend of trail sensitivity, tubeless lightweight, and gravity-savvy traction so you can find the ribbon of terra firma that thrills you, hit the dropper remote, and tear straight into the dream.
Norco's Optic is all about seeing trails in a new light, so take that harder line, hit that hip, and enjoy an enhanced perspective of your favorite old trails. The Optic A1 floats over rocks and roots with Fox and RockShox driven suspension. Tubeless-ready wheels equipped with grippy Schwalbe tires are take on every berm, bump, and braided patch of roots without hesitation. The 1 x 11-speed Shimano XT drivetrain is fast, light, and incredibly reliable. Before you drop in to the next chunky descent, go ahead and lower the JD TransX dropper post so you stay low and controlled. And if the gnar starts to get the best of you, rely on Shimano Deore hydraulic brakes to provide positive, modulated stopping power no matter the trail. The Optic A1 is polished off with Norco cockpit components, lock-on grips, and an SDG saddle, sure-fire accessories that'll keep you pinning it all day long.
With the Thunderbolt Alloy 50, Rocky Mountain pushes the rear travel to 130mm, increases stiffness, lowers the rate curve slightly, and gives the frame a host of next-generation features—but keeps its playful geometry and wide-range of RIDE-9 adjustments. The Thunderbolt is at home on technical climbs, powering through rough stuff, and popping off every trail feature you lay eyes on. Fox keeps your tires gripping the course with a DPS EVOL shock and 34 Performance fork, lightweight hardware that can damp with the heavyweights. Speed becomes a natural extension of your body as you crank up the Shimano XT 1x11-speed drivetrain, with impressive climbing prowess and a fast top-end, all driven by a Race Face crankset. Maxxis DHR II tires keep you glued to the trail with race-winning traction, and Shimano hydraulic brakes give you peace of mind that braking is under control so you can focus on carrying speed all the way to the finish line. The Race Face dropper post gives you an edge on both ascents and descents, ensuring your body is always in the right position for the job.
The Sight Aluminum Women's is a versatile trail killer with modern all-mountain geometry that is longer, lower, and slacker. The A.R.T. Suspension system features updated kinematics for improved performance, and all models have a spec that feels like a custom build right out of the box. Balanced climbing and descending capability combined with grin-inducing playfulness and nimble handling make the Sight the ideal accomplice on any aggressive all-mountain ride.
For the next-generation Fluid Full Suspension, we started with a clean slate and set out to design our new favorite, no-compromise full suspension trail bike for hitting that perfect ribbon of singletrack, rolling that mossy slab, or popping that root to the next turn. With its confidence-inspiring geometry, playful ride handling, incredible suspension feel and unmatched fun factor, the Fluid FS will take your trail riding experience to the next level.
With the Thunderbolt Alloy 10, Rocky Mountain pushes the rear travel to 130mm, increases stiffness, lowers the rate curve slightly, and gives the frame a host of next-generation features—but keeps its playful geometry and wide-range of RIDE-9 adjustments. The Thunderbolt is at home on technical climbs, powering through rough stuff, and popping off every trail feature you lay eyes on. RockShox helps make sure your tires track the course with a Deluxe RT shock and Recon fork, both XC veterans built for moving quickly. Speed becomes a natural extension of your body as you crank up the Deore 1x10-speed drivetrain, which features an 11-46T cassette for impressive climbing prowess while maintaining a fast top-end. Maxxis Ardent tires keep you glued to the trail with race-winning traction, and Shimano hydraulic brakes give you peace of mind that braking is under control so you can focus on carrying speed all the way to the finish line.
From backroad exploration to flowing singletrack, the Rocky Mountain Soul offers ample suspension to smooth out your ride, wide bars for more control, and incredible value. The Soul 20 combines an alloy frame and suspension fork for trail-ready durability and ride quality, along with a wide range, 9-speed Shimano drivetrain and hydraulic disc brakes that are up for anything. Maxxis Forekaster 27.5-inch tires offer a ton of traction while remaining fast-rolling and nimble so you can push the fun all day long.
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