The S-Works Stumpjumper EVO is much more than just a trail bike, it's a shred-sled built to full-send down the gnarliest trails. Featuring an all-new design, with an adjustable head tube angle, 150mm of performance tuned travel, and the adaptability of S-Sizing, this thing is an absolute ripper. The S-Works Stumpjumper EVO—get rowdy. In true S-Works fashion, the S-Works Stumpjumper EVO is built to the hilt. A Fox Factory fork and rear shock handle suspension duties, while SRAM Code RSC four-piston brakes scrub speed, and a full SRAM AXS wireless groupset completes this lust-worthy build. 150MM OF TRAIL-TAMING TRAVEL - All the travel in the world is useless without the proper kinematics, which is why we kept it at the forefront of the new Stumpjumper EVO design. With the learnings from the suspension design on the Demo and Enduro, and practically countless hours of field and suspension lab development, we've not only improved the pedaling performance of the Stumpjumper, but we've made it more capable, agile, and lively. We increased anti-squat, so the suspension better-resists pedal bob and then, we further-improved bump performance on square-edge hits. Bottom line? This thing shreds trails not legs. ADJUSTABLE GEOMETRY - The S-Sizing geometry of the new Stumpjumper EVO is our most progressive yet. Long, low, slack, a short offset fork, a steeper seat tube angle—they're all the talk of the town because they make your ride better. But the perfect geometry is different for different riders, which is why the geo on the new Stumpjumper EVO is fully adjustable with six different settings. Not only are you able to adjust the BB height by 10mm, but you can adjust your head tube by two-degrees. RIDER-FIRST ENGINEERED - Rider-First Engineered frames use a size-specific approach to ride characteristics that ensures every frame performs flawlessly. So, whether you're a Grom riding an S1, or in need of the lengthy S6, you'll experience the same ride characteristics—on-rail cornering and balanced front and rear stiffness, all at the lightest-possible weight. SWAT - When we introduced the SWAT door on the Stumpjumper in 2016, we increased pocket space, and added room for those "oh s**t" pumps and flat accessories. With the new Stumpjumper, we've kept those same design hallmarks, but have increased the volume and added a SWAT Bladder, that gives you an extra 22oz of water hidden in your downtube. Yes, it's the same size as a small bottle.
The Optic is an aggressive short-travel sled that absolutely rips on descents but can get back up without a gondola. With 125mm of DH-inspired rear suspension, and 140mm travel up front, the Optic embodies Norco's Ride Aligned technology to provide clarity when your vision starts to blur from the speed, or your over-active tear ducts. - Optic Carbon 29" 125mm FT/6061 Alloy RT - Ride Aligned Trail geometry based around 140mm short offset forks - Slack 65 Degree HA - Short seat tubes with long travel droppers - Ride Aligned Suspension setup - Updated Chainstay and Seatstay - Stiffer, 180mm post mount brake, added heel clearance - Vittoria Mazza and Martello tires w/Graphene 2.0 Compound - Stan's Tubeless Ready - Rims pre-taped, valves and sealant provided RIDER BENEFITS: - RIDE ALIGNED: The Optic uses Norco's Ride Aligned design system which matches each individual bike to the human who rides it, creating a customized platform that is both stable and balanced, allowing the rider to push harder. - FINE TUNED REAR SUSPENSION: We created the Optic's suspension design around a very specific spring curve and damper settings, and RockShox and Fox stepped up to build everything we were looking for. - HIGH SPEED BY DESIGN: By relaxing the Optic's head angle to 65 degrees for stability, we fine-tuned the handling with reduced-offset forks – providing even more high-speed precision and predictability for a more aggressive trail attack. - EQUIPPED TO DESCEND: To bolster the Optic's descending prowess, each bike is equipped with 4-piston disc brakes, shorter seat tubes, long-stroke dropper posts and aggressive knobby tires.
The spirit of Vancouver's North Shore rides with you on every Freeride and Big Mountain adventure aboard the Shore 1. The hydroformed alloy frame is designed with Norco's Ride Aligned Design System and the latest in high pivot Horst Link suspension and ride engineering to amplify your instincts on modern Freeride trails. The 180mm Fox Factory 38 FLOAT fork is paired with 180mm of rear travel with a Fox Factory DHX2 Factory Coil shock for a rearward axle path that is unaffected by drivetrain forces thanks to an integrated Idler Pulley. The SRAM GX Eagle drivetrain provides quick shifts and efficient pedaling with a wide gear range and Code RSC 4-piston 200mm brakes keep speed where you need it, when you need it.
When we set out to create our ultimate, no-compromise singletrack rig, we put everything we loved about trail riding into the Fluid FS 2. The Fluid FS 2's progressive design provides a unique combination of fit, handling, and suspension design to elevate your trail experience. The double-butted X6 aluminum frame's smooth welded, size-scaled tubing maintains ride quality across all frame sizes and features internal cable routing for clean lines and a quiet ride. With models designed around both 27.5 and 29-inch wheels depending on frame size, the Fluid FS 2 features 130mm of Rockshox Recon RL fork travel, paired to 120mm of RockShox Deluxe Select rear suspension. A SRAM SX Eagle 12 speed drivetrain provides quick, reliable shifts and Shimano M420 disc brakes will bring the fun to a quick halt before you get carried away. - Alloy Frame w/Internal Cable Routing, Boost Spacing, and 2.6" Tire Clearance - RockShox Recon RL fork and Rockshox Deluxe Select shock - SRAM SX Eagle Drivetrain - Stans Flow D rims and Novatec Boost hubs - Shimano BR-M420 Hydraulic Disc Brakes
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