March 28, 2019 – At last year’s Western Colorado Economic Summit, RockyMounts’ founder Bobby Noyes announced his intent to move the bike rack manufacturer from Boulder to Grand Junction. In today’s Daily Sentinel, Bobby shares the company’s plans for a forthcoming groundbreaking at Riverfront at Las Colonias Park, a rebrand featuring local imagery and the company’s new WestSlope bike rack. Here’s an excerpt:
“It’s been a busy nine months for Bobby Noyes since announcing his company, RockyMounts, was moving from Boulder to Grand Junction. And things don’t appear to be slowing down any in 2019 for the producer of bike racks and accessories.
The company is set to break ground on a new building at the Riverfront at Las Colonias business park in the next 60 days, is going through a rebrand to embrace its new home and is up for an award celebrating outdoor-based companies.
Noyes committed to joining Bonsai Design at the new business park just south of downtown Grand Junction off the Colorado River last June, becoming the first company to officially accompany the anchor tenant at Las Colonias.”
Photo: RockyMounts’ rendering of new headquarters building at Riverfront at Las Colonias Park in Grand Junction, CO.