Norco Products Valence Road Bike

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Product Description

The bike explodes forward when you press on the pedals and dampens fatiguing road vibrations without sacrificing efficiency. Combining a stable, ultra-lightweight proprietary frame, precision handling and premium components, the Valence proves that comfort and high performance can coexist in a single road-ready package.

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GranFondo! Valence A1 VS Domane 2.0

Hi! Aluminum is what I can afford and I`m hoping that strong legs will make up for the “carbon frame” difference. I can do 100K on a mountain bike (Norco Big Foot) regardless of terrain and elevation. This time I really need a comfortable ride on my first GranFondo.:thumbsup: I’m leaning towards D ... Read More »

Road Bikes: 2012 Specialized Tarmac Apex vs 2013 Norco Valence C3

Hi, I am a 27 year old male who just got into cycling this summer. I bought my first bike (a hybrid bike - 2012 Specialized Sirrus Elite Disc) in March this year and have rode over 2000 kms on it. Since I mainly ride on roads, I am now looking for a road bike and trying to find one during the fall ... Read More »

Norco Valence C3

Finally bought my first road bike after a long search. 2013 Norco Valence C3. Was always looking for an endurance type frame. Looked at Cervelo, Giant, Specialized, Fuji, Trek Domane, Merida, custom (long legs/short torso) and more. Phew! Geo was pretty much bang on what I was after. To ... Read More »

Norco Valence Alloy

I am a first time road bike rider in Winnipeg, Canada. I am 6'3" 225 and have run a few half marathons and marathon. I am looking to ride for fun, fitness and do a couple triathlons with my bike for fun personal competition. Any comments on the 2012 Norco Valence Alloy as my option? They retail ... Read More »

Stage 11: Sisteron to Bourg-lès-Valence - 180 km

Stage 10 didn't really do it for me. I expected a frencman to really make a go for it. I also expected the group to ride more than tempo. I thought Stage 11 would be more the club ride than, but they decided to do that Stage10. I guess at least the Radio Shack win gave VS something to cheer about. A ... Read More »

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