Ne1 know where to find info on Rocky Mountain Bikes history? I've seen the site with the catalogs, but I would like to see more. I'm sure there is some rocky fanatic out there with a site dedicated to this great canadian manufacturer. (formerly great IMHO. now they are owned by Canada's largest mass market bike company, Procycle.)
Anything in particular that you are seeking history-wise? No Rocky fan sites that I am aware of, sounds like something that should go over well. I'd do it, would that I had the time. For now, there are a few hardcore fans here and at mtbr's vintage forum.
I would agree that everything went a bit off when they went corporate. "Nothing gold can stay." - Robert Frost
To my mind, the best Rockys were the handbuilts - Blizzards and up - and thankfully there are still lots of good hand builders around. I read that steel may be coming back into its own: http://www.cyclingnews.com/tech.php?id= ... /nahmbs063