Upgrade for this year include
Elixir R7″ brakes
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Judan belt seems like a really lame name to me.
I love the black and red treatment on the 29er. It looks like a great spec too all the way to the Conti Race King tires. How much is this bike??
Doesn’t anyone edit this stuff?
“…her drive to bring biking to everyone, most importantly, woman…”
this bike is sexy!!
This bike is awesome!!!
I ordered one today. In year 2006 I got a A-line 2004 and sold it couse it was too short and too heavy of wheigt.
No matter it was in size S but the Size M Norco Team-DH 2005 of a freind was also too short! In every curve my knees smashed against the stanchions… I never could ride this bike in seat. Last year I got a Norco Shore one. It’s too clunky for a sporty ride…
24,6 kg’S (57.32 lbs) Are too heavy for a ride on a typical german track. Means tight, curvy and humpy. ^^ The handling of the “old” Norco’s needs getting used to on theese trails.
But now my supplications and hopes where be heard. The Team-DH ’10 is everything I wanted and still want. <3 Hell yeah!
Now I got one. =D It’s the perfekt DH-Bike!!! It is long enoungh the fork is in the right angle for highspeed but it is easy ro handle. Even more than my last Norco the Shore one 2008. I love it!
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I need someone to sell me on the NORCO miami as DH and I would sell that bike that I love there help me and tell me the price
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