Rocky Mountain is finally showing off the new Slayer, their well past due enduro bike. After some sneaky photos popped up here and there at a couple of EWS races we finally have all of the info on the rad looking bike. The radical looking carbon fiber frame rolls on 27.5″ wheels, has 165mm travel out back and 170mm up front. The frame has some of the coolest looking, cleanest lines we’ve ever seen…this is partly due to single sided pivots at the chainstays and seatstays. This may explain why it’s taken some time to develop.
The Slayer will be available as a frameset in two different colorways but we don’t have a price on it yet. There is a broad range in spec levels with basically just two colorways and the prices are looking very attractive. The flagship bike retails for $6999; with 5 figure top end bikes becoming commonplace, this is refreshing. We’ll be looking into testing a mid level, bread and butter spec’d bike as soon as it’s available to us. For now, check out all of the details below, and don’t miss the rad photos of Thomas Vanderham and Florian Nicolai shredding down at the bottom.
- Slayer 790 MSL — $6999 USD / $8799 CAD
- Slayer 770 MSL — $5799 USD / $6999 CAD
- Slayer 750 MSL — $4999 USD / $6199 CAD
- Slayer 730 MSL — $4199 USD / $5199 CAD
- *Please contact your Rocky Mountain distributor for pricing in all other territories.
Action Photos : Paris Gore