The new Sight has the ability to take you anywhere you can imagine. With incredible versatility this is the perfect tool for those looking for an adventure with no bounds. It has the climbing aptitude and descending talent to take you places you have only dreamed of. From endurance cross-country races to weekend adventures with friends, you bring the vision and the Sight will show you how to get there. The 2012 Norco Sight is available in six different trim levels, the Sight LE, 1, 2 and 3, with two woman-specific designs – the Sight Forma 2 and 3 models.
New for 2012, the Norco Sight is a versatile 140mm travel bike for a rider who likes to do a little bit of everything, whether it’s ripping through classic marathon-length events like The Test of Metal in Squamish, British Columbia, grinding through backcountry epics, or simply riding from your door onto your favorite local trails. Continue reading →
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My eye sight has been going south on me for the last couple of years to the point where I'm past "readers" and wear glasses full time. One of the interesting byproducts of this has been, I think, my improved riding because my visual comfort zone is now well down the trail, hence I'm reading the trai ... Read More »
the article below says that Norco claims the aluminum Sight frame to be "around 5 lbs"
[url=http://www.bikerumor.com/2012/08/11/long-term-review-2012-norco-sight-trail-mountain-bike/]Long Term Review: 2012 Norco Sight Trail Mountain Bike[/url]
considering the 2014 Sight Carbon is aro ... Read More »
A couple days back I, after weeks of research, I ordered a Goblin and Guardian. Recently a noob to MTB, and just beginning to get into it, I was on a single track with my 12 year old Mongoose (almost 40lbs and bought off the internet for 80.00) and a passer by stopped.....looked at my bike....looked ... Read More »
I recently attended Dirt Rag Dirt Fest and had the opportunity to flog Niner's dated 140mm WFO, the Sight Killer-B, Ranger Killer-B, and Carbine 275.
The WFO felt like a long travel 29er...which is to say that it just plows through stuff. It was fun, but fun like driving a tank through a city.
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Well after a large deposit in Dec 2012...it finally showed up at Iron City Bikes in Pittsburgh PA today. They claim these bikes are all spoken and sold out for the entire year. :eekster:
Wow is this thing bad ARSE!Read More »