2010 Norco MTB Lineup

The 2010 bikes are showing clean, sleek graphics and sporting lower pricing in conjunction with the financial crunch.

Looking through the 2009 lineup you will notice a few highlights such as the integration of Carbon into the XC lineup, larger diameter seatposts for use of a Joplin and the specing products such as the Hammerschmidt, 2010 Boxxer forks and even the Gates Belt Drive.

Here are a few highlights from the new lineup:

Norco 2010 Team DH
The 2010 Norco Team DH Features a new front triangle Sram Drivetrain, Saint Cranks and the 2010 Rockshox Boxxer Team fork. This bike is faster than ever and priced at $5780 CAN or $4750 US the bike is much more affordable than  2009. The Team DH also has a younger brother the DH.

Norco 2010 Empire
The Empire for 2010 comes in two different price points as well. The Empire SE is spec’d with A Marzocchi 55 TST 2, FSA Gravity Lite Bar, Stem and Crankset and Avid Elixer brakes. When it comes to a full-on slopestyle rig, the Empire is it.

Norco 2010 Faze SE
The Faze SE is the Pereguin Falcon of marathon bikes. 120mm of travel with a Fox 32 FRLC fork, XTR drivetrain, Raceface cranks and DT wheelset will keep you rolling for hours. Built for speed, distance and any hurdle along the way the Faze is versatile, light and most importantly fast.

Norco 2010 Team Carbon
The Team Carbon is a brand new carbon mold for 2010. Using HTR and EPS Technology in conjunction with  Thermoplastic Mesh have come together to create Norco’s lightest mountain bike ever. Tipping the scale at 19lbs, the team carbon is outfitted with a full Sram XX groupo and Eason XC-1 wheels. The lightest and fastest Norco cross country race bike ever. If you want to know the price then you probably don’t want the bike?

Norco Bikes are imported in 2010 by Pacific Brands



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