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Rocky Mountain Volume One

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Volume One of our Trail Journal is dedicated to the enjoyment of putting rubber-covered wheels into dirt. It is a collection of some of our favourite stories, images, bikes, and characters. Collectively, the stories in this magazine trace Rocky Mountain's journey—looking back through 35 years of good times, and forward at what's to come.


Risk Versus Reward

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Professional athletes face the risk of injury every day they get out on the bike, and Gee Atherton learned this lesson hard last season. Click over to this article to see the ups and downs of Gee's last season, and his philosophy for keeping on.


Not Bad - Official Trailer

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Is the Session 9.9 good for herding sheep? The C3 team investigates during their trip to New Zealand. Not bad, if you ask us. The full film from Anthill Films is coming July 29th 2013, so stay tuned!


Gullyvers travels

I've crisscrossed the globe as a competitor for many years, but I rarely ventured beyond the mountain resorts that contests are held in. As I get older, I've started pushing to escape the industry bubble and get off the beaten path more. — Gully

http://www.bikes.com/en/stories/gullyvers-travels-episode-one

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Slayer earns top marks at the Bible of Bike Tests

We're stoked—the results are in, and stacked against thirty-four of the industry's best, the Slayer 770 MSL has received top marks in Bike Magazine's 2017 Bible of Bike Tests.

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Session made in Waterloo

"Many hands make light work, and a light bike."

Follow the journey that transforms unassuming sheets of carbon into Session: one of the baddest, lightest, downhill race machines to grace World Cup podiums. Meet the cast of characters at Trek responsible crafting this American-made frame, and get the behind-the scenes tour of the Waterloo factory. Click over to the article on dirtmountainbike.com!

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