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For almost as long as Canadians have been riding bikes, Norco has been making them. For greater than four decades, Norco has been reinventing how Canadians look at bikes – and how they ride them. In order to keep ahead of the pack, we draw on the knowledge of our factory team, staff riders, and design team to create bikes that we simply love to ride.

There aren’t too many places in the world where on your doorstep you can freeride down world-class trails, do a 200-km road ride, take a cruiser along the sea wall, or get dropped by a float plane into remote areas for an All Mountain epic. Being based in the Pacific Northwest, our backyard is both our playground and testing facility.

Many would think that with all the possible riding opportunities available, nothing would ever get done. Sure, we ride…a lot…but we’re equally passionate about making quality bikes for real-world trail conditions and riders. Every minute that we spend out on the road or on the dirt goes into making wise decisions on the product we build.

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  • Not Sure says:

    Now if Norco would just move on from Spec/4bar and get some help from Giant or DW or the like with their suspension design they could be great rather than just good. A+ effort from these guys in terms of trying to build bikes for all of us out there. Sweet, dude. What’s mine say?

  • Jimsocal says:

    The reason 4 bar linkage has been around for so long is that it works! Other companies are constantly changing from one design to the other because of problems. After trying many designs, I have to say the specialized horst link/four bar linkage is the best! If it aint broke!

  • rico says:

    Those are so UGLY, probably my least favorite line up of 2010. What the hell happened to the hot bikes you guys made 4 or 5 years ago?

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