Norco Bomber Frameset

3/5 (4 Reviews)
MSRP : $500.00


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Norco Bomber


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Reviews 1 - 4 (4 Reviews Total)

User Reviews

Overall Rating:1
Value Rating:1
Submitted by Patrick Do Trong from StLaurent quebec

Date Reviewed: July 14, 2001

Strengths:    The Only good thing that bike really is the low (65 degrees head angle)
EVERYTHING ELSE is PURE dung
FROM THE BEGINNING TO END >>THIS BIKE IS A PIECE OF FAT ALUMINIUM BEGGING TO BE CUT APART AND DISPOSED TO THE NEAREST DUMP
MAN I DID THE WORST ERROR IN MY LIFE TRYING THIS PIECE OF brown fecces
ITS beyong lame
For that loser that knows nuthin about biking...this frame is not made for downhill ....I can clearly see that downhill means a different thing to u....
Anyways EVERYTHING is lame ON THIS FRAME...the PRIMITIVE RISSE PIECE OlD junk SHOCK can't barely work...it does't work at all
Norco says it has 4 inches of travel
I say it has half on an inch of travel
Primitiive linkage I can't believe it..there are actually uninformed people who thinks that this frame a so called perfect free ride bike....hahahah]wait till i smoke ur sorry ass with a hardtail


Weaknesses:    THE BIKE IS A WEAKNESS ITSELF
EVERYTHING
bushings on the links
the shock
rip off


Bottom Line:   
What the **** are those losers below me thinking
They don't how to ride
A perfect downhill xc bike.......yeah right

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Favorite Trail:   Adrenaline

Duration Product Used:   Less than 1 month

Price Paid:    $100.00

Purchased At:   Le maillot jaune( athe guy who works there sold it to me)

Similar Products Used:   NEVER tried a bike that lame like this one in the past

Bike Setup:   A norco vps1
mrp chain guide
xtr cranks dh and shifters and derailleur
nokian 3.0 tires 26 inches front and 24 back
modo rims
hayes 8 inchers

Overall Rating:1
Value Rating:1
Submitted by DARWIN K a Weekend Warrior from ONTARIO SUDBURY

Date Reviewed: February 14, 2000

Strengths:    OK ALL OF YOU GUYS MUST BE ON CRACK IF YOU THINK THAT THIS BIKE IS WORTH ANYTHING AT ALL. IT'S A TOTAL PIECE OF SH.... THE REAR HARDLY MOVES CAUSE OF THE PRIMITIVE SHOCK $ LACK OF LINKAGE. I RODE THIS BIKE A LOT CAUSE 2 BUDDIES GOT SUCKERED INTO GETTING THEM AND I WOULD NOT RECCOMEND IT AT ALL. BUY A SUSP SEATPOST INSTEAD. I HAD A 98 KHS FXT TEAM AND THIS BIKE SPANKED THE BONER IN EVERY WAY (ESPECIALLY SINCE IT ACTUALLY HAD SOME SORT OF SUSPENSION MOVEMENT GOIN ON). SORRY TO MESS UP THE RATING GUYS BUT THIS IS MY OPINION. OH YEAH IT HAS NO STRENGTHS EXCEPT MAYBE FOR CLIMBING SOMEWHAT LIKE A HARDTAIL.

Weaknesses:    FRAME

Bottom Line:   
DON'T GET SUCKERED INTO GETTING THIS PIECE......

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Favorite Trail:   MINE

Duration Product Used:   Less than 1 month

Similar Products Used:   VPS1-2, RM9, .......

Bike Setup:   STILL NO GOOD EVEN WITH GOOD PARTS

Overall Rating:5
Submitted by Tyler a Cross-Country Rider from Ontario

Date Reviewed: December 7, 1999

Strengths:    
Marzocci Bam Z1 Bomber
...need I say more? This
bike will ride over
anything!!!!!


Weaknesses:    
It weights in at about
28 pounds. It has a
Risse Genesis rear
shock.


Bottom Line:   
This is an kick a** bike! A panic to ride! It
combines both cross country and downhill in the
perfect FREERIDE mix. Although it is a bit over
weight, if you can get over it's bright orange
paint you will love it. This is by far the most
plush, durable, exciting bike that I have ever
ridden!!!!

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Duration Product Used:   
1 Year

Similar Products Used:   
GT STS-4000
Trek y-frame


Bike Setup:   
Norco Bomber with
formula disk brake, XT
and XTR everything, LX
cranks.

Overall Rating:5
Submitted by Mr.Crud a weekend warrior from Montreal, Canada

Date Reviewed: February 9, 1999

Bottom Line:   


I think this frameset is one of the best deals out there, it sales for so cheap!! Too bad Norco stopped production, but that means that you can find even cheaper clearouts. It's basically a MacPherson Strut system: light, simple, and it works. My bike is built full Race Face/XTR/XT with a Judy XL, and the bike tips the scale at about 25lbs.

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