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Norco Does the Canadian National Champs

After a mid-season break from racing to recharge and tune up our fitness, the Norco Factory Team converged on Sudbury to race the third Canada Cup of the year. The Sudbury course is known for its backbreaking bumpiness (literally) and its propensity for causing flats, and is a grueling test of fitness. The team entered […]

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Rider Perspective: Canadian XC National Championships

Excerpt from Pinkbike.com Words by Evan Guthrie Coming off of a massive block of training in June, I was now geared to get some racing back in the legs. June also marked the hardest month I’ve ever done on the bike. Throw in some BC cross-country races, my first Enduro race and great times at […]

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RAD Fest – Bringing the Team Together

What do a cross-country racer, free rider, dirt jumper, two World Cup downhill racers, a trials rider and two Whistler locals all have in common? Aside from sharing a despicable amount of talent across nearly every discipline of cycling, these athletes are each members of Norco’s many teams. Silver Star Resort was the location where […]

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Team Norco International – Lorenzo Suding Injury Update

Lorenzo earlier this year in Cairns, Australia where he finished 20th. TEAM NORCO INTL. – LORENZO UPDATE Seattle WASHINGTON – JULY 15, 2014 -  Team rider Lorenzo Suding was involved in a car accident on July 4th in which he sustained a head injury and had surgery to have glass removed from his hand. Lorenzo […]

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All smiles in Sudbury

Post by Andrew Watson Not sure why but there is just something I love about the Sudbury race weekend. Its really nice to get up to race in some of that terrain again that feels a little like the glory days of Elliot lake and Calabogie but with a bonus of having lots of accommodation […]

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You Versus the Clock – Nationals Individual Time Trial

If it’s worth doing, it’s worth doing in style… (Or it’s worth doing well). The course for the Individual Time Trial National Championships would pose to be a difficult one. The rolling hills, wind and 40km brutal effort would crack or destroy the competitors. The stress level around the start was high as athletes were […]

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