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Norco bikes have long been more than an insider tip. The Canadians prove their know-how every year once again, especially in the mountain bike scene Norco has achieved true cult status. In addition to classic mountain bikes, the off-road specialists from Canada now also offer e-bikes, kids' bikes and gravel road bikes. » Read more
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Northern Cycle Industries was founded by Bert Lewis in 1964 in British Columbia, Canada. However, the name was too long to fit on the frames and so it became Norco. The declared goal of the company was to get more people on the bike. For the moment, Norco concentrated on the North American market and, for example, launched the Rampage, theirfirst mountain bike with suspension fork, and a few years later the FTS, their first full-suspension mountain bike, before Norco began selling bicycles internationally in 1995.
The range of Canadians focuses mainly on the off-road sector and offers bikes for every riding style.
With its modern geometry and short-stroke chassis, the Trailbike Norco Optic offers the right mix of cross-country efficiency and all-mountain playfulness. For faster rides, more control and the feeling of becoming one with the bike.
With the Norco Sight, Norco has created the ultimate trail killer. The all-mountain geometry and the Sight's suspension kinematics allow for fast, safe and playful rides in versatile terrain.
You like to get a little rough? Then the Norco Range is the ideal enduro bike - it climbs efficiently, but reveals its true potential when going downhill and offers trustworthy stability and control when you want to really rock in technical terrain.
But Norco also has a lot to offer for the Drop Bar community. With the Threshold Norco brings a real Canadian cyclocross bike to the start. Grown up in the rough landscape of the Canadian Pacific coast with its mighty downpours, the Threshold feels most comfortable in the muddy cyclocross under and over.
If you want to take things a little more leisurely, the Norco Search is a real Swiss Army knife. Singletrail? Gravel? Bikepacking? Asphalt? The Search doesn't like to be pigeonholed. With various carrier and bottle cage mounting options, as well as fender mounts, it is the perfect companion for all planned or spontaneous adventures.
On a bicycle, children can live out their independence and experience adventures. And to ensure that the riders of tomorrow are also safe on the trails and have a lot of fun, Norco uses mountain bikes with lightweight aluminium frames and perfectly matched, high-quality components for its children's bikes. The Rampage is the classic dirt bike of the Canadians and is available in both 20 or 24 inch versions. Equipped as a singlespeeder with Manitou suspension fork and disc brakes, it allows your youngsters to practice their first tricks and become real freeriders. The Norco Fluid, on the other hand, offers all the characteristics of a modern trail bike: 1x drivetrain, disc brakes, dropper seatpost and good front and rear suspension travel allow young mountain bikers to ride any trail with confidence. The shortened stem and wide handlebars allow for an easy maintaining of balance and to avoid ground contact, Norco has equipped the Fluid with an extra short rear derailleur.
The Norco E-Mountain Bikes Sight VLT and Range VLT are your ticket for more climbs, more corners and more downhills. Norco's engineers have provided their all-mountain and Enduro endurance bikes Sight and Range with a perfectly integrated and powerful electric assistance package. The Shimano STEPS drive system gives you the necessary boost to have more fun conquering steep climbs. When riding downhill, the well-balanced geometry, the shapely carbon or aluminium frame and the optimised suspension kinematics ensure an agile and safe riding experience. If you prefer to plough through sand or snow with your bike, the Norco Bigfoot VLT is just the right bike for you: The 630 Wh battery provides you with enough energy to bring the feeling of a long ride in the Rockies to your home trail.