This bike sure looks sweet! New from Norco.- Mtbr.com
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    This bike sure looks sweet! New from Norco.

    If you like all around fun riding aka free riding this bike looks freaking SICK!

    http://nsmb.com/4153-norcos-new-truax/

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    Me likes a LOT. Their new proto DH looks sweet too. Same frame I think. Very simple and clean
    Bender to AZDog: I'm not the best person to give advice on not riding!

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    Looks like a poorman's Delirium! Norco has some well priced rockin machines. Hopefully JJ Bikes will land a shop Truax soon.

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    wow I like all they have written about it... wonder what it weighs in at ?

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    Their stuff looks great this year. I was checking out the Norco Range a short while back at J&J Bikes here in Tucson, and it really looks nice.

    I went there shopping for a Knolly Endorphin, and had to think for a minute when I saw the Range. I did decide on the Endorphin because I like short chainstays for technical climbing traction, but the Range really does look like a nice bike, and so does this Truax.

    On a side note, J&J Bikes deals both Knolly and Norco, and Jose there did us right on the purchase of a couple Endorphin frames, and 36 Talas forks. Small shop, but nice guy, and quick service on getting our stuff.

    If you are looking for a built up bike, the Norco's are a good buy. I was wanting to go a little more custom on some things, and a little more off the mainstream path, so went for building up our Endorphins ourselves.

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