Skip to content
Cart

Rocky Mountain Bikes For Sale - New & Used

Shop new and used Rocky Mountain bikes for sale at TPC - The Pro's Closet. Find specs, reviews, prices, and more. Browse popular models such as the Instinct, Slayer, Element, and more. 

Talk to an expert Ride Guide today to find the right MTB for you. Swap out your old used bike for a new Rocky Mountain bike today with our Sell//Trade program for cash or store credit.

Bikes are meant
to be used.

Learn More

Born on Vancouver's North Shore, Rocky Mountain Bikes have been designing and innovating some of the best mountain bikes since 1981. Rocky Mountain builds bikes for everyone and anyone, whether a seasoned pro or a grom just learning to ride, because they believe in progressing the sport with equal access for all. 

From its humble beginnings of just three friends looking to build bikes able to handle the off-road riding in Vancouver, Rocky Mountain has progressed to be one of the top bike manufacturers today with over 40 years of experience doing so. 

Commonly seen in bike parks, ripping backcountry trails, and hucking massive lines in Rampage, Rocky Mountain's bikes are designed to be durable and accessible all while feeling great. These are just a few of the design principles Rocky Mountain has embraced when creating their mountain bikes. 

A bike's durability is crucial for longevity and trust. Rocky Mountain builds their mountain bikes to last forever. Rocky Mountain's durability is why you see fleets of their bikes available for demos in the bike park and in bike shops everywhere. They are strong and will outlast other brands. Period. 

Rocky Mountain Mountain Bikes

From EWS races around the world to hucking canyons in the Utah desert, Rocky Mountain mountain bikes are purpose-built machines engineered to put a grin on your face. Rocky Mountain has a stacked catalog of full suspension and hardtail mountain bikes, ranging from the freeride destroying Rocky Mountain Slayer, to the cross-country race machine, the Element. Kids are not left out as well, Rocky Mountain has a full MTB kids line ranging from striders to the full-suspension Rocky Mountain Reaper. 

Rocky Mountain Altitude

The Rocky Mountain Altitude is an enduro race weapon that can also tackle epic high-alpine rides and cruise in the bike park with no problem. With 160mm rear and 170mm front suspension travel, this bike is ideal for steep trails with fast chunder. However, if climbing podiums is not your thing, nothing is more fun than ripping up your local trails at speed and finding new lines to hit with confidence. Things the Altitude enjoys most. 

Rocky Mountain Instinct

Looking for the ultimate quiver killer mountain bike? This is it. With 140mm rear and 150mm front suspension travel, this bike is just as happy pedaling to the top as it is descending techy trails. Available in both aluminum and carbon frame options, the Rocky Mountain Instinct is offered in a wide range of price points to suit your style and component preferences. 

Rocky Mountain Element


A fast climbing bike should not always have to sacrifice its downhill capabilities in the name of pedaling efficiency, enter the Rocky Mountain Element. With 120mm rear and 130mm front suspension travel, the Element finds itself in the elusive down-country category. While being able to crush times on your favorite XC loop, the Rocky Mountain Element is also a very capable descender. With its 65 degree HT angle and 130mm fork, the Element would be classified way beyond the XC category not long ago.

Visit our related product listings pages: Rocky Mountain frames, Rocky Mountain bikes on sale

Shop all Rocky Mountain bikes.

What is Rocky Mountain Bikes’ claim to fame? What are they known for?

Rocky Mountain's heritage goes way back in the biking scene. They were founded in the 1980s and were one of the early players in the mountain bike scene. They started by modifying road bikes for the challenging trails of Vancouver's North Shore, eventually releasing their first production mountain bike, the Sherpa, in 1982. This pioneering spirit and connection to the sport's roots hold a special place in the hearts of many mountain bikers. They introduced the first production full-suspension bike, the Blizzard, in 1982, followed by the Altitude in 1992. They’ve won numerous Bike of The Year awards and export their bikes to dozens of countries.

Where is Rocky Mountain Bikes based?

Rocky Mountain Bicycles is a Canadian company based in Vancouver, British Columbia. They also have a second office in Saint-Georges, Quebec.

Does Rocky Mountain make good bikes?

They’re known for making high-quality, reliable bikes. Their reputation is built on innovative designs, top-notch materials, a range of builds, and meticulous manufacturing processes. An example of their prowess for quality is their suspension tech: Rocky Mountain developed unique suspension systems, such as the Ride-9 adjustable geometry and the SmoothLink four-bar suspension platform. These systems offer great pedaling efficiency, small-bump sensitivity, and consistent performance throughout the travel range.

Local to Colorado? Come visit us at our Louisville, CO Bike Store.