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Norco Charger 1 Black

Charger 1

The Charger invites you to explore new trails and discover new destinations. Available in 650B or 29” options, the Charger is designed for serious fun on the trails: pedal to the top of the hill with ease, rip along and ride down the other side with confidence. The Charger is a hard-charging, trail-ready bike that you can build your skills and your fitness with. Less weight combined with increased strength and stiffness means you can descend faster, climb better, and have more fun!

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Norco Trail bikes at Cycleworld

OPTIC C1

The Optic Carbon is a fast-pedalling trail bike that rides with just the right mix of cross-country efficiency and all-mountain capability. Ride faster, with more control, and complete confidence – the Optic gives you a whole new perspective on the trail and is the ideal bike for all-day trail adventures.

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Norco XC Hardtails at Cycleworld

REVOLVER HT 2

Featuring the stiffest and lightest XC frame we’ve ever made, the Revolver HT is purpose-built to be the ultimate weapon for XC competition. Its aggressive XC Race geometry will have you surging up climbs as every ounce of energy is transferred through to the rear wheel. Raced on the World Cup stage by the Norco Factory Team, the Revolver HT has what it takes to get you on the podium.

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Norco Revolver FS XX1

Raced on the World Cup stage by the Norco Factory Team, the Revolver FS is purpose-built to be the ultimate weapon for XC competition. Its stiff, featherlight carbon frame and XC Race geometry will have you surging up climbs, while the highly capable suspension delivers maximum pedalling efficiency and predictable, stable support when the course gets rough. The Revolver FS has what it takes to get you to the top of the podium.

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Jumbo-Visma considering women's team

Jumbo-Visma considering women’s team

According to Bicycling.nl, the Jumbo-Visma organisation is considering adding a women’s team to its line-up. Jumbo-Visma manager Richard Plugge told the magazine that they are investigating the idea.

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