NORCO FACTORY TEAM RECAP FROM CANADA CUP #1: MONT-TREMBLANT

The Norco Factory Team kicked off the Canadian calendar this weekend in Mont Tremblant with the first Canada Cup of the season. Mont Tremblant has been a fixture on the Canadian circuit for 20+ years now, and is always a fun venue and a fun course. The organizers deviated from tradition this year and completely […]

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Adam de Vos Debriefs After Success at Pan Am Championships

This post is written by Adam de Vos, looking back on his experience at the Pan American Championships in Leon, Mexico this past weekend. Leon, Mexico – After a successful Tour of the Gila, I was soon on a flight to Leon, Mexico to compete in the Pan American Cycling Championships. Set to compete in the Under 23 Time Trial […]

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O-CUPS AND DATE BARS: Haley Smith

A lot has happened since I last updated the old interweb – and, happily, most of it has been fun! Since I last wrote, I raced the Sea Otter Classic, finished school for the semester, adopted a kitten, and raced (and won!) the first O-Cup of the year. It’s been a great few weeks at […]

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School’s Out: Andrew L’Esperance

Schools out…forever! I am finished my degree and I am really happy about it. It is exciting to finish up something that I started five years ago. I have acquired skills, knowledge and experience that will help me throughout my life. They even gave me a ring to wear on my little finger of my […]

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Steak-Sauce Ramblings: Can you put a value on a good wheelie?? 

A good wheelie??…………………………. PRICELESS !   As we all know, watching someone pulling off a sweet wheelie just makes you smile right?  A little envious maybe too, but mostly you know that rider is having FUN.  And also we all realize that knowing how to wheelie isn’t something that comes naturally to most riders.  It […]

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How to convert your mountain bike to a 1BY drivetrain

How to convert your mountain bike to a 1BY drivetrain Between SRAM’s groupsets, direct mount cranks, and extended range cogs, there are plenty of options to convert your bike to a 1BY mountain machine In 2013, SRAM shook up the MTB component scene when XX1 hit the market. Rather than the latest-and-greatest drivetrain getting more […]

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Sea Otters and Paris Ancasters: An Evan McNeely Blog

Sea Otters and Paris Ancasters By Evan McNeely I had a post titled “The Classic Sea Otter Classic” sitting in my drafts for all of last week. I never got around to finishing it because I was busy littering the exam halls with broken mechanical pencil lead. It is hard to find a point in finishing it […]

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Nick Geddes’ Greatest Victory

Three Years On, Nick Geddes Celebrates His Victory Over Cancer by Giving Back Sometimes stories find a way of weaving themselves together. The distinct strands become inextricably entangled, to the point that it becomes nearly impossible to tease them apart. That is the case with the stories of Nick Geddes, Norco Bicycles, the Ride to […]

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