Interactions with Norco bikes on 99 Spokes over the last 30 days

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Norco price point breakdown
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Norco bikes by category
GravelXCTrailEnduroUrbanYouth
Norco eBikes
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Norco model ranges
Gravel
Search

Current Models

12

price

$1,349—$3,299

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XC
Storm

Current Models

10

price

$599—$1,049

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Revolver

Current Models

3

price

$4,799—$5,699

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Trail
Optic

Current Models

8

price

$6,999—($14,283)

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Fluid

Current Models

6

price

$2,999—$5,999

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Revolver

Current Models

6

price

$2,799—$6,299

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Fluid VLT

Current Models

4

price

$5,999—$11,499

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Fluid

Current Models

4

price

$1,199—$1,599

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Torrent

Current Models

1

price

$899

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Enduro
Sight

Current Models

47

price

$2,999—($14,283)

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Range

Current Models

5

price

$5,799—$9,699

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Range VLT

Current Models

4

price

$6,398—$9,898

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Sight VLT

Current Models

4

price

$4,658—$8,098

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Torrent

Current Models

4

price

$1,899—$3,799

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Downhill
Shore

Current Models

3

price

$4,499—$4,999

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Fat
Bigfoot

Current Models

2

price

$4,898—$5,598

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Dirt Jump
Rampage

Current Models

8

price

$799—$3,099

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Urban
XFR

Current Models

5

price

$649—$849

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Scene

Current Models

3

price

$759—$899

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Yorkville

Current Models

2

price

$499

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Scene VLT

Current Models

1

price

$2,699

Browse Scene VLT bikes »
Indie

Current Models

4

price

$649—$899

Browse Indie bikes »
Indie VLT

Current Models

2

price

$3,399

Browse Indie VLT bikes »
Youth
Storm

Current Models

8

price

$369—$599

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Fluid

Current Models

4

price

$599—$899

Browse Fluid bikes »
Sight

Current Models

3

price

$3,349—$3,499

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Torrent

Current Models

1

price

$1,649

Browse Torrent bikes »
Coaster

Current Models

2

price

$279—$309

Browse Coaster bikes »
Runner

Current Models

1

price

$219

Browse Runner bikes »
Recent reviews
Bikerumor
All-New Norco Sight & Optic Bring Idler Pulleys to Shorter Travel MTBs

Feb 2024 · Zach Overholt

We've seen more and more high pivot suspension with idler pulleys, but on short travel bikes? The new Norco Sight and Optic look interesting.

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Pinkbike
Video: Are High Pivots Only for Downhill Riding? | Pinkbike Weekly Show Ep. 16

Feb 2024 · Pinkbike Originals

Henry, Christina and Dario tune in for the weekly show. Plus, they showcase some of the latest technology currently available for use in broadcasting.

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MBR
Norco’s new Optic is the bike I’ve been waiting for: gravity suspension and aggressive geometry meets some very short travel - MBR

Feb 2024 · Jamie Darlow

It’s been more than four years since we’ve seen a Norco for sale in the UK, after distribution through Evans Cycles fell apart, but now in 2024 Norco is back with two new analogue bikes, the Sight and Optic. And what a change the US brand’s made, embracing a high pivot idler on its longer-travel Sight and on the 125mm travel Optic. Need to know Carbon frame trail bike with high pivot suspension and idler High pivot suspension design with idler delivers 125mm travel Idler gets around 19 teeth, narrow profile and coating to reduce drag Size-specific chainstays and seat tube angles, that grow with the sizing 29in wheels, or switch to mullet with the Missing Link Kit that swaps out rocker link and shock mount Frame gets space for bottle on each size, gear hangar, sleeved internal routing Meaty chainstay and seatstay protection to quiet the chain C1 Fox Factory build with SRAM XO T-type drivetrain unavailable in the UK C2 build is in the UK, at £6,999 with mix of Fox and RockShox suspension That makes the Optic pretty unique, we’ve only seen the high pivot idler idea used on one other short-travel bike in modern times, aboard the 130mm Forbidden Druid. It took the Canadian brand two goes to deliver the right balance of small-bump sensitivity and support, but by the second generation we rated it as one of the best short travel trail bikes around. It’s a high bar for the Optic to clear then. High pivot proposition There’s a good reason why most brands don’t attempt the high pivot and idler design on the short travel bike, traditionally it’s added more noise, drag and weight. This is less of a problem on downhill or enduro bikes of course, where weight matters less, and which partly explains why there are a shed load of brands sporting the idea, with the Trek Slash the latest to the pile. The other reason is suspension performance, of course. A high pivot design and its rearward axle path is said to make bikes better able to swallow big hits, more composed on rough terrain and generally feel like they’re delivering more travel than the numbers suggest. Norco’s Virtual Pivot Suspension | High Pivot suspension design There’s plenty to talk about with both the new Sight and Optic, but I’ll dive straight into the most interesting feature, the suspension. Norco’s calling it Virtual Pivot Suspension | High Pivot, a design that sends the wheel more rearwards than a conventional low-pivot design… although by how much we don’t know as the brand hasn’t shared this information.  The idler is mounted to the chainstay, it’s there to manage the chain growth and stop the pedal-kickback that would plague any high-pivot idler bike if left with a regular chainline. There’s no second idler pulley below the chainring, like on the Trek Slash, and this is because the Optic’s idler is positioned more rearward. In short, there’s enough contact with the chainring not to need …Continue reading »

Highs
  • • Great sizing and standover height, and perfect fore-aft balance with proportional chainstays

  • • Climbs like an absolute rocket, despite any extra potential drag and weight from the idler

  • • Suspension is super supportive, holds you flat and stable in the corners

  • • Fast as a missile down the trails, swallows big hits like a champ

Lows
  • • Rough tracks transfer vibration through your hands and feet

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Pinkbike
Review: 2024 Norco Optic - High Pivot, Short Travel

Feb 2024 · Dario DiGiulio

For the right person, someone who wants a little bike that can push beyond its purview when truly ridden hard, the tradeoffs might just be worthwhile.

Highs
  • Impressively composed for travel number

  • Adaptable and well-considered frame layout

  • Excellent geometry and scaled sizing

Lows
  • Pedals like a bigger bike

  • Complication and noise from idler

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Pinkbike
Review: 2024 Norco Sight - For All the Mountains

Feb 2024 · Mike Kazimer

Add the new Sight to the list of bikes that use a high pivot suspension layout.

Highs
  • Great traction without feeling sluggish

  • Sprindex takes some of the hassle out of speccing a coil shock

  • Norco's setup guide is one of the best in the business

Lows
  • No in-frame storage

  • Idler noise is noticeable on longer rides

  • Chainstays are fairly short, even with a rearward axle path.

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Pinkbike
Review: Norco Fluid FS Carbon - A Comfortable Companion

Jan 2024 · Dario DiGiulio

Going with a carbon front triangle saves 600 grams, but is it worth it?

Highs
  • Composed, comfortable ride quality

  • Well-rounded suspension performance

  • Excellent geometry and size-scaling

Lows
  • Alloy bike rides just as well, presents better value

  • Grippy, comfortable climbing gives it more of a long-travel feel

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Which Norco bikes are most popular?

The most popular Norco model families are the Fluid, Sight, and Storm.

Q: Does Norco make eBikes?

Yes, Norco manufactures both conventional bikes and e-bikes.