Rocky Mountain Bicycles, it seems, has been on a role in the lead up to the launch of their complete 2017 collection. First there was the updated Element 29er mountain bike, then came the adorable Reaper 24/26in full suspension kids bike, and most recently, they dropped the bombshell of the brand new Slayer enduro bike.
At the Eurobike 2016 show however, Rocky Mountain still had a surprise up their sleeve in addition to showing off all their new models for the first time. And that surprise? A brand new full carbon fat bike, designed for racing and proper fast trail riding. Rocky Mountain has had an alloy fatbike in the range for the past two years called the Blizzard, but the Canadian company wanted to offer something lighter, faster and more purpose-built than the existing Blizzard. Enter the new fat bike, with quite possibly the coolest name on the market: the SuziQ.