Trying to decide between 26″ and 29″? We check out the Rocky Mountain Altitude and make some comparisons.
Rocky Mountain Bikes steps into the 29er market with the Altitude 29. See how big wheels handle some classic Cumberland singletrack.
Have you destroyed a perfectly good point and shoot camera with your desire to record your passion to ride? We’ve compiled a list of some popular and new models showing up a local camera shops.
Black’s Cycle in Comox is pleased to host Rocky Mountain Bikes demo day May 16th. Come try out some of what Rocky Mountain has to offer. Check out the new Smoothlink platform on the Altitudes and next years Slayer.
Thanks to mother nature and her on again off again winter, many of the more popular downhill trails in the Comox Valley are under a blanket of snow. From a few inches to a few feet on Forbidden Plateau to over 27 feet on Mount Washington, it won’t be too long before at least some […]
The trails of the Comox Valley have changed over the last three years and now offer more “all-mountain” trails for all levels of riders. The all-in-one bike search has been frantic throughout the valley and the Quad XC has been a very hot bike in the valley, competing with bikes such as the Norco Fluid, […]
Bye-bye afterwork rides, the sun will set too early to ride other than around lit neighbourhoods. So what to do. Head on down to your local bike shop only to find your selection of lights is more like a search for the holy grail than a quick trip. We’ve tried to compile some resources here for you to compare the various systems and make sense of what would work best for you!