Road, Gravel, Dirt, it doesn't matter. Today's bicycles don't fit into one niche, nothing holds them back now. Whether you like to drop the hammer or ride epic journeys we have some recommendations for you.
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2016 Norco Tactic-Race
From grand tours to local crits, the Tactic delivers cutting-edge road race performance in any setting. Power through endless flats, charge up lung-busting climbs, rail corners and descend at electrifying speeds. Stretch your limits and realize your fullest potential. The Tactic’s exceptional power transfer, refined comfort and confident, ultra-precise handling make it the perfect tool for getting to the top of the podium. Every race calls for a strategy; every racer needs a Tactic.
2016 Norco Valence-Endurance
The Valence is an endurance road bike designed for riders who like to test their mettle over long distances. Laterally stiff and vertically compliant, the bike explodes forward when you press on the pedals and dampens fatiguing road vibrations without sacrificing efficiency. Combining a stable, lightweight proprietary frame, precision handling and premium components, the Valence proves that comfort and high performance can coexist in a single road-ready system.
2016 Norco Threshold - Cyclocross
Norco’s cyclocross race machine was designed and developed on Canada’s Pacific Coast: a region characterized by rugged landscapes and abundant precipitation. The all-new Threshold is a product of our demanding environment and a symbol of Norco’s distinctly Canadian take on the cyclocross tradition. Tested on the trails and proven on the racecourse, the 2015 Threshold is how Norco does cyclocross.
2016 Norco Search - Adventure
The Search is more than a road bike: it is an all road bike. It is for those who search out challenging topography and an escape from the familiar – riders driven by an insatiable desire to discover that which lies around the next bend or over the crest of the next hill… and the next one after that. The route to the elusive ‘end of the road’ is often unpaved, which is why the Search features a long, stable wheelbase, comfort-enhancing Arc design and plenty of clearance for up to a 35c tire. Wherever your path leads – and whatever it is made of – Search it out and ride it.
Surly Long Haul Trucker
The Long Haul Trucker was designed in all aspects to go the distance in relative comfort, and to be able to haul a bunch of stuff. Its low bottom bracket and long chainstays provide comfort and stability. We gave it ample tire clearance for larger tires (larger tires soak up a lot of road static) with room for fenders. The frame’s tubing is thicker-walled and larger-diameter than standard road and sport-touring frames, and this pre-tunes it for the weight of cargo. And it’s got all the braze-ons, from rack mounts to water bottle cage bosses to spare spoke holders. Like all our frames, it’s made of CroMoly steel. You’ll probably never need to have the frame repaired, but if you do you’re more likely to find someone who can weld steel than someone who can weld titanium or aluminum. Repair carbon fiber in the middle of Mongolia? Good luck with that.
There is no such thing as one bike that can do it all, but the Straggler does a good job of most things people use bikes for. It’s a cyclocross bike by design but that’s not how most people use it. It does as good a job getting you across the country as it does getting you across town. It’s at home on the road and on trails, on gravel, and just about whatever else you might run into. It’ll take pretty big tires, or smaller ones if you like.
It’s a day tripper and a weekender. It’s a ‘rough road’ road bike. It’s a cyclocross bike with no pretense about racing. It’s a utilitarian townie. It’s a light-duty touring bike. It’s an all-weather commuter. And when you get tired of one set up, you can swap parts around and turn it into something else. We think that’s pretty neat.
Style, Precision and Panache
In the spirit of Colin Chapman, the brash auto racing entrepreneur who created the Lotus 38 that won the 1965 Indy 500, we present the Wazee—a city bike that blends modern technology with retro racing aesthetics. The sleek and streamlined steel frame delivers the classic ride characteristics and road-feel that bicyclists prize. And with its Lotus-inspired Chapman green (of course) color scheme, the Wazee handles city streets with precision and panache. Our Wazee is the newest member of the Spot family but its heritage runs deep. Wazee Street is one of Denver's most storied thoroughfares, the epicenter of LoDo and beating heart of Mile-High commerce and culture. Anchoring the bike is the most innovative drive system available: a CenterTrack belt drive that motors fast and quiet, lap after lap after lap. Colin Chapman would be proud.
A Fast and Versatile Cross Rig that Says 'Au Revoir' to the Competition
Singlespeed cyclocross reminds of another balls-to-the wall sport also born in Europe: rally car racing. The Rallye is a fast and light racing machine designed to handle the harshest conditions. We think it’s the most versatile cross bike on the market. Race it belted and say au revoir to mud-choked chains, or purchase the frameset and gear it to your desires (thanks to the derailleur mounts front and rear). The nimble aluminum frame is torsionally stiff for rapid accelerations, while the gently curving seat stays and the Time Trial cutout on the seat tube provide subtle vertical compliance. That allows you to stay in the saddle longer, optimally positioned and pedaling hard. The carbon fork is Spot-designed with a tapered steerer for precision cornering. Why an aluminum frame? We love steel, but power-washing steel is corrosive. The aluminum Rallye negates rust and stands up to your sloppy post-race sponge baths. Premium touches include internal cable routing (for easier shouldering) and disc brakes mounted inside the rear triangle (for better protection). And that color? Yeah, it’s flash—just like the European rally cars that inspire us to set wheels to mud. Weather, terrain and adversity be damned.