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Norco Threshold Aluminum Single Speed
$1,359.00
Developed amid the rugged landscape and abundant precipitation of Canada’s Pacific Coast, the new Threshold Aluminum is perfect for any rider looking to get down and dirty at their first cross race. Featuring the same race-proven geometry and ARC technology of the Threshold Carbon, the Threshold Aluminum delivers race-ready performance along with all the versatility you expect from a ’cross machine. Specifically designed for single speed aficionados, the Threshold Aluminum Single Speed embodies simplicity and reliability. Featuring an aluminum frame paired with a carbon fork, this bike is both lightweight and responsive. TRP Hylex hydraulic brakes provide unrivaled stopping power, while the WTB Speed Disc i19 rims and Schwalbe X-One tires ensure stable footing on rough terrain.
Norco Threshold C Frame/Fork
$2,199.00
The stiff, lightweight Threshold C delivers podium-seeking cyclocross speed and will have you wondering how one hour can take so long but hurt so good. It shouldn't come as a surprise that the rugged landscape and abundant precipitation of Canada's Pacific Coast is the ultimate place to develop and perfect a carbon fiber cyclocross bike. It helped us engineer the Threshold C's mid-modulus carbon frame and fork with ample mud clearance, size-scaled tubing and ovalized seatstays, and bent chainstays to dissipate shock for maximum CX performance. With every 'cross rider we know having their own secret race rituals and habits, we decided to make our premium cyclocross machine available as a frameset — so if you're one of those riders who know how you like your bike set up, then you can go to town! Thru-axles, compatibility with all modern drivetrain configurations, internal cable routing, and disc mounts allow maximum compatibility and an easy, effective build.
Norco Threshold C1
$5,499.00
The stiff, lightweight Threshold C1 delivers podium-seeking cyclocross speed and will have you wondering how one hour can take so long but hurt so good. It shouldn't come as a surprise that the rugged landscape and abundant precipitation of Canada's Pacific Coast is the ultimate place to develop and perfect a carbon fiber cyclocross bike. It helped us engineer the Threshold C1's mid-modulus carbon frame and fork with ample mud clearance, size-scaled tubing, ovalized seatstays, and bent chainstays to dissipate shock and maximize CX performance. The Threshold C1 features wireless electronic shifting from a SRAM Force AXS 12-speed drivetrain, and Force hydraulic disc brakes, meaning there are no cables to get gummed up with mud after a lap in the sticky mud and snow. A SRAM 900 thru-axle hubset is laced to WTB KOM Light i21 TCS rims that support fast, sturdy Maxxis All-Terrene 33mm knobby tires.
Norco Threshold C2
$3,499.00
The stiff, lightweight Threshold C2 delivers podium-seeking cyclocross speed and will have you wondering how one hour can take so long, but hurt so good. It shouldn't come as a surprise that the rugged landscape and abundant precipitation of Canada's Pacific Coast is the ultimate place to develop and perfect a carbon fiber cyclocross bike. It helped us engineer the Threshold C2's mid-modulus carbon frame and fork with ample mud clearance, size-scaled tubing, ovalized seatstays, and bent chainstays to dissipate shock and maximize CX performance. The Threshold C2 features a Shimano GRX wide-range 11-speed drivetrain and hydraulic disc brakes. Internally routed cables mean they won't get clogged after a lap in the sticky mud and snow. Sealed bearing thru-axle hubs are laced to WTB KOM Light i21 TCS Tubeless Ready rims, which support fast, sturdy Maxxis All-Terrene 33mm knobby tires.
Norco Threshold Carbon Frame/Fork
$1,519.00
Developed amid the rugged landscape and abundant precipitation of Canada’s Pacific Coast, the new Threshold Carbon revels in the muddy mayhem of cyclocross. With race-proven geometry and ARC technology in a lightweight frame, the Threshold Carbon delivers podium-seeking speed along with all the versatility you expect from a ’cross machine.
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