MBR Takes a Swing at the Norco Sight Killer B 1.5

  Words and Photo from mbr.co.uk Norco was one of the first brands to recognise the potential of 650b wheels. Its original 650b bikes even carried a “Killer B” slogan, as Norco knew that the writing was on the wall (or in this case, the top tube) for 26in wheels. But Norco didn’t simply squeeze […]

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Horseshoe Resort Weighs in on the Norco Tactic

2014 Tactic SL Long Term Review Words & Images by Andrew Doble Before I dive into this review, I have a confession to make. Apparently I have been a bike snob all these years for not considering Norco as a road bike company. Now before you judge me too harshly, in the highly competitive skinny […]

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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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Bicycling Magazine Awards Norco Three Editor’s Choice Awards

The 2014 Bicycling Magazine Editor’s Choice Awards are out. This year, Bicycling tested more than 400 bikes through a rigorous evaluation process across 21 different categories. Norco was nominated for three different awards this year and took the hat-trick, winning each of the nominations. The Norco Sight Carbon 7.1 was awarded best 27.5″ Trail Bike, […]

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2014 Norco Sight Wins Gear of the Year Award from Outside Magazine

The Norco Sight Killer B Carbon 7.1 has been awarded the prestigious award of Outside Magazine‘s Gear of the Year. Taking top spot for all mountain bikes in the 2014 Outside Buyers Guide, the Sight nudged out the competition with its powerful climbing attributes and fearless descending capability. In their 2013 Buyer’s Guide, Outside loved […]

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Dirt Rag Mag Reviews the Norco Fluid 9.1

Norco Fluid 9.1 Review from Dirt Rag Magazine We love riding $10K wonder-bikes as much as anyone, and probably more than most. But all that bling can spoil us. Feeling the need to pull our heads out of the clouds (some might say out of our asses), we hunted down six $2,500 full-suspension trail bikes, […]

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