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    Norco 4 cross prototype...

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    available for public in 2006.
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    that is cooler than a fury pumpkin...
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    that might be my next bike. it looks great!!! i thought the 4by was cool, but this thing smokes.

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    that might be a cool bike to have. how much might that cost?

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    probably the same as the current 4x. norco once posted msrp on their site but i have not checked lately.

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    Cool looking linkage on that FSR design stuff. Looks like a good bike.
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    yucky...
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