November 2015 - Norco News

Jay Hoots, The Legend

Jay Hoots is one of the original freeriders from Vancouver, BC and has been a Norco Bicycles athlete for almost two decades. A skilled and passionate rider, he is now committed to getting more people out riding in safe places with his bike parks projects. This video features three bike parks that Hoots Inc. worked […]

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UK’s Mountain Bike Rider Magazine Reviews the Range C7.1

From Mountain Bike Rider Magazine: British Columbia is home to some of the world’s best all-mountain riding, so Norco ought to know how to make a sorted enduro bike. Its 160mm-travel Range has been available in aluminium for a couple of years, but the new carbon version is the Canadian brand’s go-to, high-end race machine. To […]

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Fluid 4.3 Featured in Family Camping & Canoeroots Magazine

Family Camping & Canoeroots Magazine recently featured the Norco Fluid 4.3 youth bike in their Little Explorers series on outfitting kids for mountain biking. The 24″ version of our popular Fluid platform delivers 100mm of A.R.T. Suspension and a spec worthy of any full-sized adult bike. Visit the Youth section to explore our full line of kid’s bikes. […]

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MTB Mag Tests the Range C7.1

“It’s a monster in the turns, and it pedals well for a bike with this much travel, but best of all it is incredibly stiff and has flawless geometry.” From MTB Mag: Back in April we got our hands on the Norco Range C7.1. The “enduro” category slayer features 160mm of travel front and rear […]

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Bicycle Times Reviews the Search XR

From Bicycle Times Magazine: Norco’s Search line is new for this year, promising road-based adventure from asphalt to dirt. The carbon XR model reviewed here sits atop the heap at $3,700, with two more price points in carbon; $3,150 for ultegra and $2,110 for 105. three steel search models range in price from $1,525 to […]

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Haley Smith Shares Her Journey to Mental Wellness

Norco Factory Team rider Haley Smith had a breakout season in 2015, winning the Canadian U23 National Championship title, a bronze at the Pan-American Championships and finishing in the top five at the UCI World Cup in Windham, NY, but her success is defined by more than her achievements on the race course. Sitting down with […]

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