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Redesigned for 2018, the Sight Aluminum is a versatile trail killer with modern All-Mountain geometry that is longer, lower, and slacker. The A.R.T. Suspension system features updated kinematics for improved performance, and all models have spec that feels like a custom build right out of the box. Balanced climbing and descending capability combined with grin-inducing playfulness and nimble handling make the Sight the ideal accomplice on any aggressive All-Mountain ride.
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Modern mountain bike trails take us all over the mountain – our bikes and bodies are ready. Up or down, mountain biking means doing it all.


Reach & Stack Plus
Reach & Stack Plus

Norco Engineers believe that stem length should be added to

ReachThe traditional “Reach” measurement is the horizontal distance from the center of the bottom bracket/crank to the top middle point of the head tube.
StackThe traditional “Stack” measurement is the vertical distance, in centimeters, from the center of the frame’s bottom bracket/crank to the top middle point of the head tube (where the fork passes through the frame).
measurements since it has a significant influence on steering characteristics. “Reach Plus” and “Stack Plus” factor in the stem length and rise, which allow Norco Engineers to achieve optimal fit and handling across each wheel and frame size combination. Varying stem lengths between 650b and 29er help to balance out the inherent handling differences of different sized wheels in addition to head angles and fork offsets.

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Advanced Ride Technology
Advanced Ride Technology

More than a single suspension platform, A.R.T. (or Advanced Ride Technology ) is a system that we optimize for each intended use. Norco's engineering team st... [read more]rategically manipulates pivot locations to precision-tune suspension kinematics, ensuring that every full suspension bike will excel in the environment it was designed for.

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Gravity Tune
Gravity Tune

Traditional frame designs disregard rear-center lengths when changing size, leading to sub-optimal riding positions for some riders. Gravity Tune fixes the f... [read more]ront-centre/rear-centre ratio across all frame sizes, effectively optimizing geometry and rider weight distribution for every bike in the line.

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Reach & Stack Plus

Reach & Stack Plus

Advanced Ride Technology

Advanced Ride Technology

Gravity Tune

Gravity Tune


Small PartsCompare
  • Frameset


    Sight aluminum 650B 140mm travel XS, SM, M 


    Fox Performance 36 150mm travel boost 

    Rear Shock

    FOX Performance Float Trunion 3 pos, w/LV and EVOL 

  • Wheels

    Front Hub

    Sram MTH 716 110x15 sealed bearing disc hub 

    Front Hub Skewer

    axle ( comes with fork) 

    Rear Hub

    Sram MTH 746 148x12 Boost sealed w/XD driver 

    Rear Hub Skewer

    TransX 12mm TA alloy w/allen key 


    Sapim stainless steel butted  


    WTB STP I29 650B TCS rim, 29mm inner 

    Front Tire

    Maxxis Minion DHF 650Bx2.3 EXO/ 3C folding bead 

    Rear Tire

    Maxxis Minion DHR II 650Bx2.3 EXO/ 3C folding bead 

  • Drivetrain

    Shifter Rear

    Sram GX1 12 speed 

    Rear Derailleur

    Sram GX Eagle  


    Sram XG 1150 10-50T cassette 


    Sram/Truvativ Decendent Eagle Boost crank w/34T 

    Bottom Bracket

    Sram GXP Pressfit BB 92 


    Sram PC 12 speed chain 

  • Components

    Seat Post

    Race Face Aeffect Dropper , 125mm , 31.6mm 

    Seat Post Clamp

    Norco design alloy nutted clamp  


    WTB Women's Deva Mtn  


    FSA #57 E ( tapered internal ) 1.5" to 1-1/8" 

    Headset Spacer

    3x10mm / 1x5mm / 1 x 2.5mm 


    Race Face Aeffect R 60mm ext , 35mm bar bore 


    Race Face Turbine R 35mm, 800mm, 20mm rise 


    Ergon GE 10 slim lock on grip 

    Front Brake

    Sram Guide R hydraulic disc brake 

    Rear Brake

    Sram Guide R hydraulic disc brake 

    Brake Levers

    Sram Guide R  

Specifications subject to change without notice.
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Geometry Diagram
Wheel Size650B650B650B
Front Travel (mm)150mm150mm150mm
Rear Travel (mm)140mm140mm140mm
STSeat Tube Length:380405435
HAHead Tube Angle:66.566.566.5
ESASeat Tube Angle (effective):75.4274.9574.5
TTHHorizontal Top Tube:532562592
HTHead Tube Length:90100110
FLFork length (axle to crown)542542542
BBRBottom Bracket Rise/Drop:-15-15-15
BBHBottom Bracket Height:339339339
WBWheel Base:109411261157
RCRear Centre:420425430
FCFront Centre675701728
SOHStand Over772767772
Crank Length170170175
Stem Length606060

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Norco Sight C2 650B highly praised in Bike Magazine’s Bible of Bike Tests

January 09, 2018

After impressive test results for the 29er versions of the Norco Sight and Range in Bike Magazine’s 2018 Bible of Bike Tests, it was time for the Norco C2 650B to take the spotlight. Three test riders pushed the bike hard trying to find its limit on the testing grounds in Marquette, Michigan, but collectively […]

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Norco Sight 29 Excels in Bike Magazine’s 2018 Bible of Bike Tests

January 04, 2018

The 29-inch wheeled Norco Sight C2 was recently tested and reviewed in Bike Magazine’s 2018 Bible of Bike Tests and excelled at every level. Calling it their “favorite bike of the test so far”, test riders Ryan Palmer, Travis Engel and Jonathon Weber were stunned by the bike’s all-rounder capabilities, smart spec and controlled ride […]

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Norco Sight C 9.2 nominated as Mountain Bike of the Year

December 13, 2017

We are thrilled that the Norco Sight Carbon 29 has received a nomination for Pinkbike Mountain Bike of the Year. Every year Pinkbike acknowledges the best mountain bikes on the market and with over 40 bikes in 2017 that they reviewed to choose from, the task of narrowing down the list of contenders to the […]

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