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    2005 Norco's

    they are up on the website, incase anybody does not know.
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    Norco Bigfoot 2005

    The Bigfoot has been changed significantly! Instead of being listed as an Adventure bike, it's listed as a Northshore Hardtail. New for 2005 is a bashguard, hyrdo disc brakes, and improved fork (Dirt Jam Comp 120mm)
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    The Big Foot is the bike i think im going to save up for. or maybe even the tactic. you think its any good or will need any upgrades right away. hopefully the bike shope i go to wont sell it for much more then the suggested retail price on the website.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaTT_133
    The Big Foot is the bike i think im going to save up for. or maybe even the tactic. you think its any good or will need any upgrades right away. hopefully the bike shope i go to wont sell it for much more then the suggested retail price on the website.
    The MSRP for the 2005 Bigfoot is Cdn $1059, which is about the same as the Kona Scrap.

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    Hmm...did the Six get a component downgrade? I recall the 2004 came with a bunch Saint components and Truvativ Holzfeller.

    EDIT: Nevermind, I must have confused it with something else.
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    how do you guys think the rims on the bigfoot will hold up to some big drops. i weight like 215lb, and i was just wondering if you think the rims will survive with my weight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lighty_
    Hmm...did the Six get a component downgrade? I recall the 2004 came with a bunch Saint components and Truvativ Holzfeller.

    EDIT: Nevermind, I must have confused it with something else.
    I know a Norco employee who put Team NS components on a Six frame, but there were Saint cranks in the mix too... twas a nice bike.

    Speaking of 05 Six, I should get my order in this weekend. Too bad there's no factory direct... the biek shop is the same distance away as head office.

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