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    "Best" New Rocky Mountain

    Seeing the Rocky Mountain has released their bikes, which one do you think is the best, and why? Take the time to go through all of them though.

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    So far, all we are seeing is new colorways in bikes that have already been out.

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    Of what they have released, I will be controversial and say my favorites are the:
    Solo 50, because it has a nice colourway and finally comes stock with Shimano GRX. If I was in the market for a new gravel bike, I'd jump on that one.

    Slayer Park, because it fills the gap left by the Maiden and makes a lot of sense, removing the dropper, 12 speed, and adding a dual crown.

    Growler 50, because the colourway is rad, and it comes with a 150mm travel fork and decent specs for the price.

    However, the Instinct and Altitude have not been released yet, and I have a feeling that one of those will be my favorite for the year.
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