Blue Norcross SL
Like the AC1, the Norcross is a mainstay of the Blue Bicycles lineup. Blue has worked with Jonathan Page in the past and he gave input in the design of the bike including a lower BB height, which differs from the more traditional Belgian style BB which tends to be higher. The Norcross features a tapered headtube and has internal cable routing with easy flush so you can wash mud and dirt away with a hose. Blue uses a BB30 bottom bracket and the frame is T800 carbon fiber. The SL version of the Norcross will be available in September and pricing has not yet been determined.
Blue Norcross SP
The Norcross SP shares a lot in common with the SL model, but uses a more affordable SPort level build including a Shimano 105 drivetrain, alloy Aerus wheels, Hayes CX Expert mechanical disc brakes. The frame is still high-modulus carbon. The Norcross SP is available now with a price of $2,046.
Blue Triad Elite
Triathlon has always been one of Blue’s strong points and this tradition continues for 2017. Check out this video highlighting some of the development and testing done on the all new Triad Elite:
This new time trail bike is still being worked on and is not yet available. The front fairing of the bicycle is not quite finalized. This piece covers the front brake and junction box for the Shimano Di2 drivetrain in an effort to keep things as aerodynamically efficient as possible. Expect pricing to be in the $8k range.
The Lehigh is a carbon track bike based off of the current Lehigh AL model that remains in Blue’s lineup. This bike has track specific geometry and performed very well in wind tunnel testing in North Carolina. The 20T high modulus carbon fiber frame has a tapered head tube, BB30 and has a fully adjustable drop out with tensioner. The Lehigh comes standard with Aerus Quantum SL 80 tubular wheels and Rotor cranks. It also features an Aerus composite C4 Carbon Fork. Price is $2,834 and the Lehigh is in stock now.
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