The Norco Sight put head to head with the Norco Optic.
Norco’s Sight lands squarely between the Optic and Range, putting it technically in the “All Mountain” category and making it the most bread and butter mountain bike in the Canadian brand’s lineup.
The Sight's suspension analyzed, explained, and compared.
Norco has done an incredible job creating a well-rounded and fun mountain bike that is ready to handle the rough stuff while still offering pedaling efficiency.
The Optic is a hard charging bike, and though its travel numbers are similar to many other short travel 29 ‘trail bikes’, the Optic falls into a class of its own.
The Torrent is long, slack, and ready for anything.
This sexy steed was supposed to have been presented to you at the Colombia EWS round, but the Swiss woods will have to do instead. What a machine it is though!
New school mountain bike performance defined.
We've spent months hammering on Norco's radical all-mountain bike, get the full rundown on how it held up.
Check out Sam Blenkinsop's new and very sparkly Norco Aurum HSP 29 before the Crankworx Rotorua Downhill.
Norco lifted the veil on the much anticipated 2020 Sight in October 2019 and its since been generating heaps of interest.
Norco’s new Sight VLT 29er is long, slack, and did we say long?
Joining the existing Sight VLT 27.5, this new platform adds big wheels and big geometry into the mix, with a few essential updates that are likely to please a lot of riders.
Lucas Cruz joins Norco Factory Racing for 2020 after two great years racing as a Junior.
The Sight hit the gym and came back beefed up for 2020, with 150mm of travel and a 64-degree head angle.
We were impressed with the Sight’s exceptionally planted, centered feel.
The Norco Optic C3 is an intuitive, lean shred machine.
Pretty modern, for a fatbike.
The almost perfect definition of a modern mountain bike.
Short travel, big versatility.