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Rocky Mountain Pipeline 750 MSL
$4,999.99
The Pipeline 750 MSL takes advantage of 27.5+ tires that make this aggressive trail machine a greasy root-clawing, chunder-bombing traction monster. The light and durable carbon/alloy frame fits rubber up to 3.25-inch wide and sits on a 150mm RockShox Yari fork and 130mm RockShox Monarch RT Debonair rear shock for a responsive, playful feel. The 1x11 Shimano XT drivetrain lets you hammer away with proven, dependable performance, and Boost axle spacing combined with the wide profile of 35mm rims wrapped in Maxxis 2.8-inch tires gives you solid handling on technical trails. Stiff aluminum all-mountain components from Rocky Mountain and a stealthy Reverb dropper post from RockShox round out the cockpit to create a trail boss borne of the rock- and root-infested woods of the wild and woolly North Shore.
Rocky Mountain Pipeline Alloy 30
$3,549.00
The Rocky Mountain Pipeline combines the confidence of plus-sized tires in raw, technical terrain with an aggressive trail chassis. RM pushed the rear travel to 140mm, increased stiffness, and adjusted the suspension kinematics for more efficient pedaling and better small-bump sensitivity. Available in both carbon and alloy models, the Pipeline plows through greasy roots and square-edged chunder with authority, while providing near limitless traction on rocky, slippery climbs. The Pipeline Alloy 30 version brings together a trail-ready aluminum frame, 140mm RockShox Reba fork, and 27.5 x 2.8-inch Maxxis tires on Alex rims. That’s a combination that sets you up for success running steep, technical trail or shredding smooth-berm park runs. Shimano’s Deore 1x10 drivetrain offers a capable range of gearing with smooth shifting to get you anywhere you want to go, while MT400 brakes rein it in with sure-stopping power. Rocky Mountain cockpit components and Race Face dropper post round out the spec to make an almost too-fun trail bike that leaves behind big smiles everywhere it goes.
Rocky Mountain Pipeline Alloy 50
$4,399.00
The Rocky Mountain Pipeline combines the confidence of plus-sized tires in raw, technical terrain with an aggressive trail chassis. RM pushed the rear travel to 140mm, increased stiffness, and adjusted the suspension kinematics for more efficient pedaling and better small-bump sensitivity. Available in both carbon and alloy models, the Pipeline plows through greasy roots and square-edged chunder with authority, while providing near limitless traction on rocky, slippery climbs. The Pipeline Alloy 50 version brings together a trail-ready aluminum frame, 140mm Fox 34 fork, DPS EVOL shock, and 27.5 x 2.8-inch Maxxis tires on Alex rims. That’s a combination that sets you up for success running steep, technical trail or shredding smooth-berm park runs. SRAM serves you with a GX/NX Eagle 1x12 drivetrain that offers a massive range of gearing with smooth shifting to get you anywhere you want to go, while Shimano SLX brakes rein it in with sure-stopping power that won’t fade away. Rocky Mountain cockpit components and Race Face dropper post round out the spec to make an almost too-fun trail bike that leaves behind big smiles everywhere it goes.
Rocky Mountain Pipeline Carbon 50
$5,649.00
The Rocky Mountain Pipeline combines the confidence of plus-sized tires in raw, technical terrain with an aggressive trail chassis. RM pushed the rear travel to 140mm, increased stiffness, and adjusted the suspension kinematics for more efficient pedaling and better small-bump sensitivity. Available in both carbon and alloy models, the Pipeline plows through greasy roots and square-edged chunder with authority, while providing near limitless traction on rocky, slippery climbs. The Pipeline Carbon 50 version brings together a burly Smoothwall carbon frame, 140mm Fox 34 fork, DPS EVOL shock, and 27.5 x 2.8-inch Maxxis tires on Race Face AR 35 rims. That’s a combination that sets you up for success running steep, technical trail or shredding smooth-berm park runs. SRAM serves you with a GX Eagle 1x12 drivetrain that offers a massive range of gearing with smooth shifting to get you anywhere you want to go, while Shimano SLX brakes rein it in with sure-stopping power that won’t fade away. Rocky Mountain cockpit components and Fox Transfer dropper post round out the spec to make an almost too-fun trail bike that leaves behind big smiles everywhere it goes.
Rocky Mountain Pipeline Carbon 70
$6,849.00
The Rocky Mountain Pipeline combines the confidence of plus-sized tires in raw, technical terrain with an aggressive trail chassis. RM pushed the rear travel to 140mm, increased stiffness, and adjusted the suspension kinematics for more efficient pedaling and better small-bump sensitivity. Available in both carbon and alloy models, the Pipeline plows through greasy roots and square-edged chunder with authority, while providing near limitless traction on rocky, slippery climbs. The Pipeline Carbon 70 version brings together a burly Smoothwall carbon frame, 140mm Fox 34 fork, DPS EVOL shock, and 27.5 x 2.8-inch Maxxis tires on Race Face AR 35 rims. That’s a combination that sets you up for success running steep, technical trail or shredding smooth-berm park runs. SRAM serves you with a GX Eagle 1x12 drivetrain that offers a massive range of gearing with smooth shifting to get you anywhere you want to go, while Shimano XT brakes rein it in with always-there power. Rocky Mountain cockpit components, Race Face Turbine 35mm handlebar, and Fox Transfer dropper post round out the spec to make an almost too-fun trail bike that leaves behind big smiles everywhere it goes.
Norco Torrent 1 FS
$3,999.00
The Torrent FS is designed with aggressive all-mountain geometry, 130mm A.R.T. suspension, and trail-taming 2.8-inch wide tires, the Torrent devours everything in its path. Conquer gnarly root sections, float over rock gardens, and claw up steep, loose technical climbs with ease thanks to the capable DVO Diamond fork and Topaz T3 shock. And SRAM's GX1 shifting components paired to SRAM Guide R hydraulic disc brakes ensure no hill's too steep to conquer. Fun and aggressive with traction in spades, the Torrent FS takes all-mountain riding to a whole new level.
Norco Torrent 2 FS
$2,699.00
The Torrent FS is designed with aggressive all-mountain geometry, 130mm A.R.T. suspension, and trail-taming 2.8-inch wide tires, the Torrent devours everything in its path. Conquer gnarly root sections, float over rock gardens, and claw up steep, loose technical climbs with ease thanks to RockShox' Recon RL fork and Delux RT shock. And dependable Shimano Deore shifting components paired to Tektro hydraulic disc brakes ensure no hill's too steep to conquer. Fun and aggressive with traction in spades, the Torrent FS takes all-mountain riding to a whole new level.
Cannondale Jekyll Carbon 2
$7,999.99
Cannondale’s Jekyll 2 rolls on a fast, light, and tough BallisTec carbon frame that shrugs off enduro brutality and arrives at the bottom begging to do it again and again. And you will, too, with 165mm of Fox Float X Elite EVOL-guided travel in back and 170mm more up front, courtesy of Fox’s stiff, enduro-loving Float 36 fork. Together, they make easy work of gnarly descents where the only break you get is the climb back up. Since we’re talking about climbing, the Jekyll is no slouch in the uphill department, either, with a switch-on-the-fly rear suspension that offers Hustle Mode for tenacious efficiency. Put the power to the 12-speed SRAM X01 Eagle drivetrain via Descendant carbon crankset, and you’ll gain elevation as fast as you drop the competition. And, for all-mountain dominance, you won’t find better rubber than the Jekyll’s Maxxis Minions, wrapped around 29mm WTB Frequency Team rims that spin up fast and take enduro punishment like a masochist. SRAM’s sweet Guide RS brakes modulate beautifully to keep you on course, even when that course can only be described as “sketchy.” So, jump on, slam the RaceFace Turbine dropper post, and flow this trail beast straight to victory.
Cannondale Jekyll 4
$4,299.99
When you’re on the Jekyll 4 from Cannondale, nothing dares get in your way. That’s because Jekyll’s tough aluminum frame shrugs off enduro brutality and arrives at the bottom begging to do it again and again. And you will, too, with 165mm of Fox DPS EVOL-guided travel in back and 170mm more up front, courtesy of Fox’s stiff, enduro-loving Float 36 fork. Together, they make easy work of gnarly descents where the only break you get is the climb back up. Since we’re talking about climbing, the Jekyll is no slouch in the uphill department, either, with a switch-on-the-fly rear suspension that offers Hustle Mode for tenacious efficiency. Put the power to the Shimano SLX drivetrain via Cannondale’s Si crankset, and you’ll gain elevation as fast as you drop the competition. And, for all-mountain dominance, you won’t find better rubber than the Jekyll’s Maxxis Minions, wrapped around 29mm WTB STP rims, well-known as workhorse hoops that’ll bail you out of your risky moves straight as an arrow. Shimano also provides powerful hydraulic brakes that keep you on course, even when that course can only be described as “sketchy.” So, jump on, slam the TransX dropper post, and flow this trail beast straight to victory.
Cannondale Trigger 3
$4,700.00
Built for big days in the big mountains, the Trigger is pure, full-throttle descending goodness served up with a side of serious all-day pedalability. BallisTec Carbon construction, an Ai rear end, and LockR pivot thru-axles create incredible chassis stiffness for precise control. Short stays and a steep seat angle, paired with a long front center and slack head angle lets you climb like a goat and descend like a grizzly. Plus, on-the-fly travel adjust gives you shorter travel and a more responsive feel when you want it, full-travel Fox performance when you don’t.
Cannondale Trigger Carbon 1
$10,499.99
Built for big days in the big mountains, the Trigger is pure, full-throttle descending mojo served up with a side of serious all-day pedalability. Its stiff, lightweight, full-carbon frame ensures dialed control on wicked descents, with suspension that you can flick into efficient Hustle Mode to devour climbs. Fox handles suspension needs with a Factory Float X EVOL shock cycling out 145mm of rear travel and a Factory Float 34 150mm-travel fork soaking up the big hits as you blast through rock gardens and launch drops. Rely on ravenous Maxxis Minion 3C EXO tires to bite hard into loose trails, while Cannondale’s flyweight HollowGram 30 wheels seem to disappear on climbs and hold up to dicey descents. SRAM gets you up the mountain fast with their extended-range, 12-speed Eagle X01/XX1 Eagle drivetrain and a Descendant carbon crankset, while their Guide RSC brakes bring everything to a controlled halt with incredible power and highly sought-after modulation. And, no trail bike is complete without the all-mountain performance edge offered by a RaceFace Turbine dropper post, routed internally with your other cables and hoses for an aesthetic as pure as the adrenaline coursing through your veins.
Norco Aurum C7.2
$7,029.00
Poise and grace aren't typically used to describe a blazing DH run, but one ride aboard Norco's Aurum will have you stoked about the refined composure of this speed fiend's character. 27.5-inch wheels provide a quick and stable foundation, while precision carbon fiber engineering gives the Aurum's frame loads of stiffness for pinpoint control. Norco chose to design the Aurum around the real-world benefits of a 7-speed cassette, using 142mm rear axle spacing to optimize the chainline and increase heel clearance, while keeping tighter gear ratios for race-winning runs. For the Aurum C7.2 you get snappy shifts from the SRAM X0 drivetrain with an 10-24T 7-speed cassette, SRAM Guide RS brakes with 200mm rotors, and a burly Race Face Atlas DH crankset. Schwalbe Magic Mary Super Gravity tires track with confidence, while the DT Swiss EX 512 rims laced to DT 350 hubs reduce wheel flex and boost tire grip. Trail grading duty is assigned to the revered RockShox Boxxer R2C2 Team fork, and the RockShox Vivid RC2C Coil rear shock returns a supple, planted feel and big-hit capability when you need it most.
Norco Fluid FS1+
$2,799.00
From punchy climbs and technical trails, to carving through fast and flowy singletrack—the Fluid FS1+ can handle it all. Thanks to an efficiently-designed 120mm suspension system that features a RockShox Recon RL Silver fork and Monarch RL rear shock, the Fluid FS+ maintains composure through rough terrain so you can stay with the flow. Wide tubeless-ready Alex rims wrapped in super-grippy mid-fat tires increase control for confident maneuvering, and the TranzX dropper seatpost allows you to lower your seat and center of gravity for unbeatable stability on high-speed descents. A simple 1x11 drivetrain by Shimano produces snappy shifts and keeps weight and maintenance low, too.
Norco Fluid FS2 + Women's
$2,299.00
From punchy climbs and technical trails, to carving through fast and flowy singletrack—the Fluid FS2+ Women's can handle it all. Thanks to an efficiently-designed 130mm suspension system that features a Suntour XCM fork and Monarch R rear shock, the Fluid FS+ maintains composure through rough terrain so you can stay with the flow. Wide tubeless-ready Alex rims wrapped in super-grippy mid-fat tires increase control for confident maneuvering, and the TranzX dropper seatpost allows you to lower your seat and center of gravity for unbeatable stability on high-speed descents. A simple 1x10 drivetrain by Shimano produces snappy shifts and keeps weight and maintenance low, too.
Norco Optic C1
$8,199.00
Norco's Optic C1 is an eye-opening perspective on trail bike capability. The Optic is a fast-pedaling trail bike that rides with just the right mix of Cross Country efficiency and All-Mountain playfulness. Buff singletrack? A forest of off-camber roots? Punchy climbs and chunky descents? Yes, yes, and yes; all things are possible with dialed A.R.T. suspension powered by a Fox Factory Float DPS shock and Pike RTC fork. Roll loud and proud on fast-moving, tubeless-ready DT Swiss wheels dressed in super tacky Maxxis tires that grip through loose, high-speed berms. SRAM's Eagle XO/XX drivetrain and a carbon SRAM Eagle crank offers smooth shifting, impressive chain retention, and a wide gear range. And let's not forget the rest of the bike: an SDG Duster saddle, Ergon grips, and RaceFace handlebar and stem keep those contact points happy; SRAM Guide Ultimate disc brakes keep you in control; and a RockShox Reverb Stealth dropper post lets you get rad on all your favorite descents.
Norco Optic C7.1
$5,999.00 $9,999.00 40% Savings
It doesn't have to be all work or all play. See things differently on board Norco's Optic Carbon 7.1. Buff singletrack? A forest of off-camber roots? Punchy climbs and smooth descents? Yes, yes, and yes; all things are possible with 120mm of dialed ART travel powered by Fox Factory suspension components. 27.5-inch wheels from DT Swiss and a pair of super tacky Schwalbe tires let you shred trails in ways you never thought possible. The 11-speed SRAM XX1 drivetrain and carbon RaceFace crank ensure smooth shifting capability, impressive chain retention, and a huge gear range. And let's not forget the rest of the bike. An SDG Circuit saddle, ODI grips, and RaceFace handlebar and stem to keep those contact points happy, SRAM Guide Ultimate disc brakes give you great modulation, and a RockShox Reverb dropper post lets you attack your favorite rock garden with loose, confident control.
Norco Optic C7.2
$4,899.00
Call your boss and tell him you've got a seeing problem. You just can't see how you can stop shredding trails on Norco's Optic Carbon 7.2. Buff singletrack? A forest of off-camber roots? Punchy climbs and smooth descents? Yes, yes, and yes; all things are possible with 120mm of dialed A.R.T. suspension powered by Fox's Float DPS shock and Float 34 fork. 27.5-inch Easton wheels and a pair of super tacky Schwalbe tires keep you glued to the trail through high-speed berms. The 11-speed Shimano XT drivetrain offers smooth shifting and reliability. Since everybody loves options, the Optic 7.2 features a RaceFace Turbine crank and includes both a 32-tooth Cinch single chainring and a Boost-compatible 36/26 2x chainring setup. And let's not forget the rest of the bike: an SDG Circuit saddle, Norco lock-on grips, and RaceFace handlebar and stem keep those contact points happy; sure-stopping Shimano XT disc brakes give you plenty of modulation; and a RockShox Reverb dropper post so you can stay loose and in control through your favorite rock garden.
Norco Optic C9.1
$5,999.40 $9,999.00 40% Savings
It doesn't have to be all work or all play. See things differently on board Norco's Optic Carbon 9.1. Buff singletrack? A forest of off-camber roots? Punchy climbs and chunky descents? Yes, yes, and yes; all things are possible with 110mm of dialed A.R.T. suspension powered by a Fox Float DPS shock and 34 Float fork. Roll loud and proud on fast-moving, 29-inch, tubeless-ready DT Swiss wheels dressed in super tacky Schwalbe tires that grip through loose, high-speed berms. SRAM's XX1 drivetrain and a carbon RaceFace crank offers smooth shifting, impressive chain retention, and a wide gear range. And let's not forget the rest of the bike: an SDG Circuit saddle, ODI grips, and RaceFace handlebar and stem keep those contact points happy; SRAM Guide Ultimate disc brakes keep you in control; and a RockShox Reverb dropper post lets you get rad on all your favorite descents.
Norco Range C1
$8,500.00
The Range Carbon is the ideal enduro bike, purpose-built to rip downhill with category-bending capability. Available in 27.5 and 29er models, the Range features modern enduro suspension performance and geometry optimized for each wheel size. It climbs efficiently for a big rig, but unleashes its full potential when pointed downhill — delivering confidence-inspiring stability and control for serious speed over technical terrain. The Range C1 features the plush Fox Factory 36 fork and Factory Float X2 rear shock combo on trail-paving duty, and the elite SRAM XO1 1x12 drivetrain sets you up for complete confidence when charging through the chunder. Powerful SRAM Code RSC hydraulic brakes put a gorilla grip on big 180mm/200mm rotors for superior stopping power, and the RockShox Reverb Stealth dropper post all but disappears for increased control when things get sketchy. Smart finishing touches like E-13 TRS/TRS+ tires, wide 820mm Race Face SixC bars, and an MRP SXg chainguide complete this rough-and-tumble backcountry machine.
Norco Range C7.3
$4,649.00
Set your sights on the trail-slashing Norco Range C7.3 for visions of all-mountain domination. Built for aggressive, wide-open riding with 160mm of A.R.T. rear suspension paired to 170mm up front, this rig lays loose and rocky downhill lines to waste and leads the charge back up for more. The Range C7.3 features a capable RockShox Yari Solo Air fork and Super Deluxe RC3 rear shock combo on trail paving duty, and the no-nonsense SRAM 1x11 drivetrain to keep cost low and stoke high. Dependable hydraulic disc brakes from Shimano offer standout performance day after day, and the TranX Stealth dropper post all but disappears for increased control when things get sketchy. Smart finishing touches like Maxxis Minion DHF/DHR tires, wide bars, and an SDG Duster saddle complete this rough-and-tumble backcountry machine.
Norco Range C9.3
$4,649.00
Set your sights on the trail-slashing Norco Range C9.3 for visions of all-mountain domination. Built for aggressive, wide-open riding with 150mm of A.R.T. rear suspension paired to 160mm up front, this rig lays loose and rocky downhill lines to waste and leads the charge back up for more. The Range C9.3 features a capable RockShox Yari Solo Air fork and Super Deluxe RC3 rear shock combo on trail paving duty, and the no-nonsense SRAM 1x11 drivetrain to keep cost low and stoke high. Dependable hydraulic disc brakes from Shimano offer standout performance day after day, and the TranX Stealth dropper post all but disappears for increased control when things get sketchy. Smart finishing touches like Maxxis Minion DHF/DHR tires, wide bars, and an SDG Duster saddle complete this rough-and-tumble backcountry machine.
Norco Range Carbon 7.1
$6,085.00
No matter how loose the corner, how hard the ascent or how technical the line, Norco's Range Carbon 7.1 is always a step ahead. Its 160mm of plush, RockShox-driven A.R.T. rear suspension dismantles technical downhills, and a RockShox Pike up front takes the hits and delivers complete control. Its lightweight carbon frame is stiff for excellent handling and efficiency, while the 650B wheels increase traction and hold momentum like a 29er, yet feel quick and playful like a 26. This all-mountain rig rips with a SRAM X01 1x11 drivetrain powering Kore wheels with beefy Maxxis tires, while powerful Avid disc brakes haul the speed down. Finishing touches like the RockShox Reverb Stealth dropper post, wide Kore bars and a short stem prove the enduro worthiness on this shred-it-all rig.
Norco Range Carbon 7.3 Framekit
$3,085.00
Want to see what you're capable of? First, you need a bike to get you there. Get started with Norco's Range Carbon 7.3 Framekit. Its lightweight carbon frame is seriously stiff for inspired cornering and wonderful responsiveness, while the 650B wheels increase traction and hold momentum like a 29er, yet are quick, playful and strong like 26-inch hoops. Out back you've got 160mm of Norco's legendary A.R.T suspension so you'll have the confidence and control to barrel into anything full speed. Oh yeah, that's all driven by a Cane Creek Double Barrel shock for maximum trail steeze. The 7.3 framekit has the mount for a front derailleur, so it's all ready to go for 2x or 1x systems.
Norco Range Carbon LE
$7,890.00
Put a lot more "enduro" in your rides with Norco's Range Carbon LE. Its carbon frame is light and stiff for excellent climbing and efficiency, while the 650B wheels increase traction and hold momentum like a 29er, yet feel quick and playful like a 26er. 160mm of plush A.R.T. rear suspension driven by a legendary Cane Creek Double Barrel Air dismantles technical downhills, and a RockShox Pike up front takes the hits and delivers complete control. This all-mountain rig rips on Stan's Flow EX rims with DT Swiss 350 hubs all wrapped in beefy Maxxis High Roller tires. SRAM's revolutionary XX1 drivetrain provides flawless shifting, and powerful Avid XO trail brakes put unbelievable power and modulation at your fingertips. A RockShox Reverb Stealth dropper post, wide carbon Race Face handlebars, and a short Race Face Atlas stem finish the build on this amazing enduro sled.
Norco Revolver 7.1 FS
$5,459.00
The Revolver is a featherweight full-suspension cross-country carbon race weapon forged with Norco's gravity-fueled pedigree for downhill agility. Explosive acceleration is optimized with a suspension system designed specifically for the terrain encountered in XC racing, providing a stable platform for mashing hard out of the saddle. Combined with the athletic shock-absorbing characteristics of the RockShox SID RLC 100mm fork and Monarch RL shock, the Revolver maintains traction over rough terrain with a magnetic feel. Contributing to the Revolver's agility is a 1x12 drivetrain by SRAM. This system includes a 10-50T cassette for unbelievable range and all-terrain power, with precise shifting and nearly silent operation thanks to the superb X01 rear derailleur and shifter. SRAM Level TLM hydraulic disc brakes deliver confident stopping power with great modulation and adjustability, and the DT Swiss X 1700 Spline Two 27.5-inch wheelset spins fast and strong thanks to straight-pull spokes and lightweight aluminum construction. Cockpit components include a Norco DB Lite flat bar and alloy stem, Norco Lock On grips, and an SDG Duster RL saddle to complete a race-ready package that goes toe-to-toe with any big gun in town.
Norco Revolver 7.3 FS
$3,210.00
The Revolver is a featherweight full-suspension cross-country carbon race weapon forged Norco's gravity-fueled pedigree for downhill agility. Explosive acceleration is optimized with a suspension system designed specifically for the terrain encountered in XC racing, providing a stable platform for mashing hard out of the saddle. Combined with the capable shock-absorbing characteristics of the RockShox Recon Gold RL Solo Air 100mm fork and Monarch RL shock, the Revolver maintains traction over rough terrain so you can continue hammering toward the finish. The Revolver 7.3 build creates value in a performance-driven package that features a SRAM NX 1x11 drivetrain for all-terrain gearing options, and Tektro hydraulic disc brakes for reliable stopping power. Front and rear thru axles increase lateral stiffness to further complement its punchy nature, while the Maxxis Ikon 2.2-inch tires roll fast to keep you moving quickly. Cockpit components include a Norco Lite flat bar and alloy stem, Norco grips, and an SDG Duster RL saddle to complete a race-ready package that goes toe-to-toe with any big gun in town.
Norco Revolver 7XX
$9,999.00
When you ride Norco's Revolver 7XX, you'll have the upper hand in any duel. With a lithe carbon frame and 100mm of ART suspension, you'll carve up singletrack and chew through technical climbs. RockShox's revolutionary RS-1 fork is light enough to crush XC racing and stiff enough to wrangle the trail with 100mm of suspension. The nimble handling and smooth-rolling capabilities of 650B are showcased in the DT Swiss wheelset and tacky Schwalbe tires, for superior cornering, climbing, and descending. Steep grades will shiver at the sight of your 1 x 11 drivetrain from SRAM, because it sheds unnecessary gears and keeps all the proper ratios you need to soar. Add in a flyweight handlebar, seatpost, and stem from 3T and you are untouchable.
Norco Revolver 7XX1 FS
$8,119.00
The Revolver is a featherweight full-suspension cross-country carbon race weapon forged Norco's gravity-fueled pedigree for downhill agility. Explosive acceleration is optimized with a suspension system designed specifically for the terrain encountered in XC racing, providing a stable platform for mashing hard out of the saddle. Combined with the lauded shock-absorbing characteristics of the RockShox SID World Cup 100mm fork and Monarch RL shock, the Revolver maintains traction over rough terrain with a magnetic feel. Contributing to the Revolver's quickness is the premier XX1 Eagle drivetrain from SRAM. This 1x12 system includes a 10-50T cassette for unbelievable range and all-terrain power, with precise shifting and nearly silent operation thanks to the superb rear derailleur. SRAM Level Ultimate hydraulic disc brakes deliver impressive power with great modulation and adjustability for supreme control, and the DT Swiss XRC 1200 Spline 27.5-inch carbon wheelset spins effortlessly and tracks with stability. Cockpit components include a Race Face Next SL Carbon bar and 35mm Turbine stem, Norco Lock On grips, and an SDG Duster RL saddle to complete a race-ready package that goes toe-to-toe with any big gun in town.
Norco Revolver 9XX1 FS
$8,119.00
The Revolver 9XX1 is a featherweight full-suspension cross-country carbon race weapon forged with Norco's gravity-fueled pedigree for downhill agility. Explosive acceleration is optimized with a suspension system designed specifically for the terrain encountered in XC racing, providing a stable platform for mashing hard out of the saddle. Combined with the lauded shock-absorbing characteristics of the RockShox SID World Cup 100mm fork and Monarch RL shock, the Revolver maintains traction over rough terrain with a magnetic feel. Contributing to the Revolver's quickness is the premier XX1 Eagle drivetrain from SRAM. This 1x12 system includes a 10-50T cassette for unbelievable range and all-terrain power, with precise shifting and nearly silent operation thanks to the superb rear derailleur. SRAM Level Ultimate hydraulic disc brakes deliver impressive power with great modulation and adjustability, while the DT Swiss XRC 1200 Spline 29-inch carbon wheelset spins effortlessly and tracks with precision. Cockpit components include a Race Face Next SL Carbon bar and 35mm Turbine stem, Norco lock-on grips, and an SDG Duster RL saddle to complete a race-ready package that goes toe-to-toe with any big gun in town.
Norco Sight A1
$4,999.00
The Sight Aluminum is a versatile trail killer with modern all-mountain geometry that is longer, lower, and slacker. The A.R.T. Suspension system features updated kinematics for improved performance, and all models have specs that feel like a custom build right out of the box. Balanced climbing and descending capability combined with grin-inducing playfulness and nimble handling make the Sight the ideal accomplice on any aggressive all-mountain ride.
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