Norco Tactic LTD and Threshold C1

Cross Interbike

Norco was featuring the all new Tactic road bike, that replaces the CRR line. Also on display was the Threshold carbon cyclocross bike that gets disc brakes for 2013.

In this video, Dustan Sept from Norco shows us the highlights of the Tactic and Threshold.

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Norco Tactic LTD

frame: Tactic Race 46T Super High-Modulus Carbon
fork: Tactic Race 30T High-Modulus Carbon
wheels: Easton EC70 Carbon 42mm Aero Wheelset
drivetrain: SRAM Red
weight: 15.10 lbs
MSRP: $6670

Available as LE, LTD, DI2, 1, 2, 3 models

From the manufacturer:
“From grand tours to local crits, the Tactic delivers cutting-edge road race performance in any setting. Power through endless flats, charge up lung-busting climbs, rail corners and descend at electrifying speeds. Stretch your limits and realize your fullest potential. The Tactic’s exceptional ability to transfer power and confident, ultra-precise handling make it the perfect tool for getting to the top of the podium. If your strategy is to win, this is your Tactic.”


Norco Threshold C1

frame: Threshold Cross 30T High-Mod Carbon – Disc
fork: Carbon Bladed w/Tapered Alloy Steer – Disc
drivetrain: SRAM Rival
brakes: Hayes Cross Disc CX-5 with 160mm from/140mm rear rotors
weight: 19.80 lbs
MSRP: $2820

Available as SL, C1, C2 models

From the manufacturer:
“A dedicated cyclocross race bike, the Norco Threshold shines in the wild and unforgiving environments that make CX races such a spectacle to behold. Much like the racers it was designed for, this bike lives to out-compete and thrives in harsh conditions. Pedal it, carry it, push it – whatever it takes to get over the finish line before everyone else. If you’ve got CX in your blood, the Threshold is your ticket to ride.”

For more info: www.norco.com

About the author: Gregg Kato

Gregg Kato studied journalism and broadcasting in college while working many different jobs including deejaying, driving a forklift and building web sites (not all at the same time). Kato has been the Site Manager of RoadBikeReview.com for many years and enjoys riding local Portolla Valley roads. Besides being an avid cyclist, he is also a motorcycle fanatic. Two wheels, one Passion.


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