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    Norco quality and craftmanship

    Hey! My local bike shop recently began selling Norco mtbs. I'm in the market for a new mtb, and the revolver model looks nice...

    Any thoughts and/or experiences with Norco ?? How good is the quality ??

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    I just saw this, this self isolation sucks. I have a 2019 range and will be getting my revolver 120 on Tuesday. I feel their quality is on par with any large manufacture. I think if a bike company is ordering enough bikes then the will be equal with most brands.
    I have been riding for many years and through the 90's we all damaged and broke a lot of frames. I have had warranty issues with several different brands and my riding group has had problems with many more. Norco was the easiest company to deal with. I have even seen them try and help out second owners.

    The past few years I have been racing a Rocky Element, Giant Anthem Pro, and last year a Kona Honzo. I get a new XC bike yearly.
    After talking to everyone who got a early Revolver I ordered one in November and it got shipped Friday. Now if this Covid would just settle down.

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    Norco bikes are like... real good like.

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