Norco Interbike 2013

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Dustan Sept from Norco shows us their 2014 line-up with the Range Carbon, Sight Carbon, Revolver and Fluid.

The Range Carbon, part of the Killer B lineup, is stiffer, lighter, stronger and faster for 2014. It features a proprietary frame, enduro style fork, Cane Creek Double Barrel Air with CS, 160mm travel, 1×11 drivetrain, internal cable routing, alloy chainstay and weighs in at 27.5 lbs fully stocked.

The 2014 Norco Sight Carbon Kill B 27.5 features a carbon platform, internal cable routing, 1×11 system, 140mm travel and is 3 lbs lighter at 26.5 lbs.

The 2014 Revolver features a 1×11 system, XX1 and comes in 3 price points with a lighter more efficient package.

The 2014 Fluid is available as a 27.5 and 29er for trail and cross country usage. It features 120mm travel, a tapered headtube and has a sub-2000 price point starting at $1700.

For more information visit www.norco.com.

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    Norco Range Carbon

    The 2014 Range Killer B is designed for aggressive, wide-open all-mountain riding. Featuring category-bending capability, the 160mm Range is both an enduro race rig and the ideal backcountry accomplice – perfect for exploring shale-covered slopes and remote mountain ranges. The all-mountain–tuned A.R.T. suspension system helps the bike climb to objectives with impressive efficiency, but it is when the trail turns downhill that this Killer B truly comes alive – delivering unrivalled high-speed power, control and confidence to the rider.
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    Norco Revolver

    The 2014 Revolver 650B is the World Cup-level platform crowning Norco’s XC Race program. The Revolver is the stiffest and lightest XC Race bike Norco has ever made. Period. Proprietary high modulus carbon frames are designed to surge up climbs and dominate any descent. Power transfer is anchored by sleek, oversized tubing from headset junction to rear dropout, providing an exceptionally stiff pedaling platform that channels every ounce of energy through to the rear wheel and ultra-rigid 142 x 12 axle. Built on blood, sweat and grit, the 2014 Revolver has what it takes to win – you supply the heart.
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    Norco Revolver 29

    The 2014 Revolver is the World Cup-level platform crowning Norco’s XC Race program. The Revolver is the stiffest and lightest XC Race bike Norco has ever made. Period. Proprietary high modulus carbon frames are designed to surge up climbs and dominate any descent. Power transfer is anchored by sleek, oversized tubing from headset junction to rear dropout, providing an exceptionally stiff pedaling platform that channels every ounce of energy through to the rear wheel and ultra-rigid 142 x 12 axle. Built on blood, sweat and grit, the 2014 Revolver has what it takes to win – you supply the heart.
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    Norco Sight AL

    Delivering a perfectly balanced and incredibly efficient ride experience, the 2014 Sight Killer B is the complete package for modern trail riding. A short, ultra-stiff rear end, low BB and slack head angle speak to a ride that begs to be ridden as far and as fast as you dare. The Sight’s trail-tuned A.R.T. suspension system powers riders to the top of the steepest climbs and delivers grin-inducing playfulness and confidence-inspiring capability on the downs. For those who always take the lead in a pack, the Sight Killer B is the ultimate trail weapon.
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    Norco Range

    The 2014 Range Killer B is designed for aggressive, wide-open all-mountain riding. Featuring category-bending capability, the 160mm Range is both an enduro race rig and the ideal backcountry accomplice – perfect for exploring shale-covered slopes and remote mountain ranges. The all-mountain–tuned A.R.T. suspension system helps the bike climb to objectives with impressive efficiency, but it is when the trail turns downhill that this Killer B truly comes alive – delivering unrivalled high-speed power, control and confidence to the rider.
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    Norco Sight Carbon

    Delivering a perfectly balanced and incredibly efficient ride experience, the 2014 Sight Killer B is the complete package for modern trail riding. A short, ultra-stiff rear end, low BB and slack head angle speak to a ride that begs to be ridden as far and as fast as you dare. The Sight’s trail-tuned A.R.T. suspension system powers riders to the top of the steepest climbs and delivers grin-inducing playfulness and confidence-inspiring capability on the downs. For those who always take the lead in a pack, the Sight Killer B is the ultimate trail weapon.
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    Norco Fluid

    The 2014 Fluid lets you choose your perfect trail weapon: the 27.5”/650B Fluid 7 or the 29” Fluid 9. Like every bike in the Norco lineup, the Fluids were designed around their intended uses and respective wheel sizes – no geometry compromises here. With 120mm of trail-tuned A.R.T. suspension and short, stiff rear ends, the Fluids snap around corners, explode up tech climbs, and flow through rocky, rooty descents. This truly is a bike for those looking to take their trail riding experiences to the next level. Find your sweet spot with the Fluid.
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    Norco Aurum

    Whether you’re into World Cup downhill runs, endless park days or after-work shuttle laps, the Aurum delivers unbelievable performance in any gravity-oriented environment. A purpose-built DH race bike, it is designed to be fast and controlled over the steepest, most technical terrain imaginable. The Aurum – Latin for “gold” – earned its name by turning the most challenging terrain features into advantages over other riders. Throw a leg over one and you’ll be converted, too.
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  • Brooks Yancey says:

    How can you say that a bike is now “faster” just because it’s carbon. A slow rider on a carbon bike is still a slow rider.

    • JD says:

      It’s obvious Brooks, and you’re are just saying it “a slow RIDER…”, while the article says it’s the BIKE which is faster. So, you take the same rider, give him 2 bikes (one carbon and one non-carbon) and what you got? Faster times on the carbon. Simple physics, not rocket science.

  • hank glowiak says:

    Simple put the bike is RAD. Also the bike is faster because it gets much better energy transfer to the wheel. I still prefer the Alloy version thou. I like a bike with some weight. Has a better feel on the trails. Turn off idle cars and lights. Ride a Bike!

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