RockyMounts moves to temporary Grand Junction HQ

GRAND JUNCTION — RockyMounts, a bike rack and mount maker formerly based in Boulder, has settled into a new, temporary headquarters in Grand Junction, according to a Grand Junction Sentinel report.

The firm, founded by Bobby Noyes, is planning to build a permanent home at Grand Junction’s Riverfront at Las Colonias business park, but difficulties working with the city to secure a long term lease at the site have delayed groundbreaking, the newspaper reported. 

RockyMounts announced in June 2018 that it would be leaving Boulder for the outdoor industry-focused business park in Grand Junction, citing rising costs along the Front Range as one of the reasons for relocation.

GRAND JUNCTION — RockyMounts, a bike rack and mount maker formerly based in Boulder, has settled into a new, temporary headquarters in Grand Junction, according to a Grand Junction Sentinel report.

The firm, founded by Bobby Noyes, is planning to build a permanent home at Grand Junction’s Riverfront at Las Colonias business park, but difficulties working with the city to secure a long term lease at the site have delayed groundbreaking, the newspaper reported. 

RockyMounts announced in June 2018 that it would be leaving Boulder for the outdoor industry-focused business park in Grand Junction, citing rising costs along the Front Range as one of the reasons for relocation.