The Sight Carbon is a versatile trail killer, featuring modern all-mountain geometry and suspension kinematics for a fast, stable and playful ride on a wide range of terrain. Balanced climbing and descending capability combined with grin-inducing playfulness and nimble handling make the Sight the ideal accomplice for any aggressive all-mountain rider.
A "tactic" is a device for accomplishing an end, and for Norco's Tactic 105, that end is going fast. From its stiff, lightweight carbon frame to its beefy PF30 bottom bracket, the Tactic is a conduit that puts your power on the pavement. Up front, the tapered, full-carbon fork steers with pinpoint precision, while the FSA/Shimano 105 drivetrain shifts smoothly to help you conquer the terrain ahead. Quick-rolling Shimano wheels make long and short rides feel great, and Tektro dual-pivot brakes keep you in control. Finishing touches from Norco make this a truly great riding bike.
$269.99 - $329.99
Start them on a life-long love of cycling with Norco's Storm 2.2. It features Norco's rugged, great-handling aluminum frame, 20-inch wheels, and quality components across the board. The Storm sports a 40mm-travel suspension fork that squashes bumps, 6-speed Shimano drivetrain to let them climb easily, and stop-on-a-dime linear-pull brakes for control and safety.
Whether you're riding for fitness or commuting to work, the VFR delivers speed, comfort, and sporty handling thanks to its lightweight aluminum frame and fast-rolling 700c road tires. An upright riding position provides more enjoyment on longer rides, and a reliable 21-speed drivetrain has plenty of gears to maintain momentum up steep hills and through flat countryside. The VFR 6 comes with Tektro V-brakes and easy-to-squeeze levers for quick stops, while the wide Kenda EuroTrek City tires keep you moving with minimal effort. The VFR is built for utility, too, with fender and rack mounts to keep you clean during wet commutes and allow you to carry groceries, a change of clothes, or whatever you need to get through the day. For quick jaunts around town, make every ride fun and rewarding on the sleek and versatile VFR hybrid.
$429.00 - $459.00
Designed with the recreational rider in mind, the Storm is a hardtail mountain bike for the masses. Available in 27.5" or 29” wheels, the Storm is the perfect ride for exploring new trails with family and friends. Take a spin on one and feel the difference: reliable hydraulic disc braking, smooth, crisp shifting by Shimano, and responsive handling thanks to a Suntour suspension fork and lightweight WTB alloy rims. The Storm makes it easy to find your next adventure and gives you the most from your ride, every time.
From punchy climbs and technical trails to carving through buff singletrack—the Fluid FS3 Women's can handle it all. Thanks to an efficiently-designed 120mm-travel suspension system that features a RockShox Recon fork and Monarch R rear shock, the Fluid FS maintains composure through rough terrain so you can stay with the flow. Tubeless-ready WTB rims and tires track solidly for confident maneuvering, and the 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.
$3,749.99 - $3,750.00
Now you can make such puns as, "My bike is a fair Sight better than yours!" It's easy to be light hearted when you're fully pinned on the Norco's Sight C7.4. That's because the Sight has handling on point, with a slack head tube angle, low bottom bracket, and a stiff rear end. From RockShox, a 140mm Monarch rear shock and 150mm Revelation fork devour terrain and reinforce those good times. 27.5-inch Alex rims roll fast but stay nimble, and a pair of Nobby Nic tires from Schwalbe grab onto terrain for the utmost in traction and control. Shimano's Deore 2 x 10 drivetrain has all the gears you'll need to mach downhill and then climb back up to the top, and when things get heated you can count on Shimano disc brakes to provide superior modulation and stopping power.
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