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Norco Factory Team XC at World Champs

World Championships is the biggest event of the international mountain bike calendar. The caliber of Canadian athletes is incredibly high and positions with Team Canada are difficult to earn. It is a true honour to don the Maple Leaf, and the Norco Factory Team was fortunate enough to have 4 athletes repping the Nation’s colours […]

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Norco Bicycles ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Accepted!

Norco’s UK distributor and retail partner Evan’s Cycles was kind enough to nominate Norco Bicycles for the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. In the spirit of the ALS cause Norco staff gathered to participate and donate to ALS Canada. Norco Bicycles has donated to the ALS Society of Canada on behalf of all those participating. Moving […]

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Whistler Mountain Bike Reviews the Norco Fluid 7.2

Neatly stashed away in the Norco line up is the Fluid series. With 120mm of travel, the Fluid falls right in the trail riding segment. Available in either 29″ (9 series) or 27.5″ (7 series) with geometry specific to each wheel size, the Fluid is meant to be ridden hard and put away wet. The […]

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Pedal Progression How-To – Your Guide to Faster Cornering

  The third installment of Pedal Progression’s instructional series on mountain biking skills is all about cornering. Keeping in check a few aspects such as body position, pedal position and your line of sight will drastically improve your ability to make your way around corners on your mountain bike. Watch the video below to tune […]

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Adventure Journal’s Take on the 2015 Norco Threshold

The sleepy road bike is finally getting a shove into the 21st century — no surprise it’s taking “mountain bike” companies like Norco to make it happen. You can see that push at both axles of the new Norco Threshold, a mashup of CX racer and gravel grinder that’s got me entirely rethinking how nimble and […]

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Norco’s XC Team Is Heading to World Championships

It’s Worlds time! The XC team has prepared a post for you about our preparations and thoughts going into this final, big event of the year. This year we have 4 riders strong enough to make the select group representing Canada on the world stage inHafjell, Norway. They are as follows: Peter Disera (U23 Men), […]

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