Norco Cycling products

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Norco History

Since its earliest days Norco has been a brand of bike manufacturer that has embraced new styles, championed new technologies and supported the various cycling disciplines to promote and improve both the sport, and cycling in general. Today the range that they offer is extensive and includes road, City, Mountain, BMX and street bikes. They are a well-known name in the world of cycling because of this range and because of their active involvement, from grassroots cycling up to the top levels of the sport.

The company was founded in British Columbia, Canada in 1964. It is still headquartered there in the city of Port Coquitlam.

Throughout its more than 50 year history it has had a number of firsts, and has been responsible for various innovations. In the early 1970s, for example, it embraced the emerging BMX style of bike, introducing the first ever full suspension version to the Canadian market in 1973. This support of BMX continued, with Norco being part of the developing BMX story. The company's first factory team sponsorship happened 1981 when the Norco Factory BMX Team was formed.

It also led the way in other styles of bike. It was one of the first manufacturers in North America, for example, to introduce 10 speed road bikes - that was in 1975. Norco was also a pioneer in mountain biking, designing its first mountain bike models in 1984 when the style and sport were in their infancy. In 1991 the Norco Rampage became the first North American-made mountain bike with front suspension.

Today their bikes are sold internationally. They continue to produce bikes suitable for everyone from commuters going to work and children going to school, to professional athletes on the road, trail and mountain. They also support cycling advocacy programs and employ a number of cycling ambassadors.

Norco Bikes for Sale

At BikeExchange, we bring the marketplace to your computer or mobile device. We offer a wide assortment of Norco BMX, Mountain and Kids bikes for sale by independent bike shops and private sellers from all over the United States. Depending on the retailer and the product, you can make a purchase in one of several easy and convenient ways:

  • Click & Collect: Pay online and make arrangements to pick up the bike at the retail shop.

  • In-Store: Contact the retailer directly to make your own payment and collection arrangements.