May 2014 - Norco News

Canada Cup XC #1 Factory Team Report

     Norco Team Report – Mont Tremblant Canada Cup Beautiful Mont Tremblant was the location of the first Canada Cup of the season and our first race as a full team. Stoke was high leading into race day on Saturday. Everyone had spent some good time on the course and figured out the right lines. […]

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The RTCC: A Ride to Remember

By now, it has become a bit of a cliché to refer to a life experience as something you’ll remember forever, but that’s exactly how I feel about the Ride. The Ride – better known as the Ride to Conquer Cancer (or RTCC) – is a two-day cycling event that raises funds for cancer research […]

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Kicking off the Year with the Sea Otter Classic

The Sea Otter Classic is a cycling event held at the Laguna Seca Raceway in Monterey California. This event marks the beginning of the season for me as a fabulous 4 day event. Sunny and warm as California should be Sea Otter is an accumulation of hundreds of cycling companies and vendors. All local camping […]

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The World Cup is Underway – Next Stop Fort William for Round 3

The 2014 World Cup season is now under way with two events already under the belts of Team Norco International’s riders. Team members Jill Kintner, Bryn Atkinson, Isaak Levinson and Lorenzo Suding have competed first in Pietermaritzburg South Africa and then in Cairns Australia with round 3 at Fort William in the United Kingdom just […]

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Spring 2014 Leishner Update

Post by Sarah Leishman I guess you could say I’ve had the most awesome winter ever. I spent a couple of weeks in Israel with Mike Hopkins (we wrote about our trip here) and then I was able to spend some time in New Zealand on a product trip for SRAM on my Norco Sight […]

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Team Nacsworld/Norco Springbank Master 1 Men’s Report

 Article originally posted at: pedalmag.com Team Nacsworld/Norco well represented. © sport zone photography May 06, 2014 (London, ON) – The Springbank RR course features a swift off-camber left turn downhill off the start, leading into a kilometer of headwinds on the bottom. Then it turns back uphill ending with a final kilometer stretch through a round-about […]

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A Step-By-Step Through the Paris to Ancaster

Post By Andrew L’Esperance  To mix things up a bit, this year I decided to race The Paris to Anacaster, a 65 k point to point race in Ontario. The terrain was a mix of road, gravel road, rail trail, double track, farmer’s field, and muddy chutes. It was basically anything that could be ridden […]

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