Norco 2009 Shore One

8 Reviews for 2009 Shore One

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 amazing and fun to ride . it has amazing forks and you can catwalk as far as you want , it has amazingly strong dual crown forks and alot of people like them becausse of how big and strong they are . having the small sprocket on it is worth it , riding across country with it isnt that bad . but the most fun comes from riding down hill or BIG gaps .
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 I love my shore. The hammerschmidt makes it that much better. The only thing that I really did not like was the fact that a Large bike came with a 450lb rear spring and a medium spring in the fork. You would think it would come with springs to match the size of the frame/rider. I am also not a huge fan of the IS coil and the dampining controls but over all the bike rocks. Even though it has big travel it still can ride up hill. The bike does not weight 34 lbs either it is more like 41 stock.
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 Solid bike for and perfect for the Vancouver Shore. I've got the 2008 Shore 1 and it's one of the best frames i've ever had!

Great control!
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 I just got mine last week and I love it, The Hammerschmidt is amazing, the bike jumps really well and is good for high speed trails and racing
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 Great bike, can pedal it uphill easily for the weight and downhill it like a demon. Mid speed control is also very nice.
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 pros= smooth handling,bulletproof,files easily,responsive,suspension lives for ea. other

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 My 2008 shore 1 rides like a dream and have never had any problems with the frame
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 i have the older 2005 model but its a great bike and i love it
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Norco 2009 Shore One (MSRP $4589) — Hardcore freeride 179 mm / 7" travel bike for big Shore style lines * Available in 3 Sizes * RockShox 7" Totem Coil fork with 1.5" forged headtube * 150 x 12 Maxle through hole rear dropouts, forged yoke and link arms Hydraform main frame tubing for maximum standover and low center of gravity * Truvativ Hammerschmidt crank eliminates the chainguides and front derailleurs * Sram X9 Avid Elixir 8" rotor brakes and colour matched Sun Jumping Flea hubs Complete bike weight: 34 lbs/15.5 kgs

Specifications Compare to other All Mountain/Enduro/XC

Release Date 2009
Price $4,589
Travel 179mm
Rear Shock Fox DHX-5
Fork Rockshox Totem Coil, 180mm of travel, 1.5” alloy steer tube
Headset FSA Orbit Extreme Pro 1.5” alloy
Cassette Sram PG-970 DH, 9 speed, 11-26T
Crankarms Truvativ Hammerschmidt internal double, built in guard, bb
Chainguide none
Bottom Bracket Truvativ Hammerschmidt
Pedals DMR Magnesium, steel pins, red
Rear Derailleur Truvativ Hammerschmidt / Sram X-9, 9 speed, medium cage
Chain KMC X-9 Gold Ti nitrate
Front Derailleur Truvativ Hammerschmidt
Shifter Pods Sram X-9 trigger, 9 speed front and rear
Handlebar Funn Fatboy triple butted 50mm rise, 31.8mm, custom graphic
Stem Truvativ Holzfeller 1.5 alloy, 31.8mm, 40mm / 50 mm extension
Grips Pro Palm lock on grip
Brakes Avid Elixer CR, 8” rotor
Wheelset n/a
Hubs Sun Jumping Flea, 150 x 12mm, 9 spd, sealed bearings
Spokes DT Comp. stainless black 2.0 / 1.8 / 2.0
Rim Sun Equilizer welded 29 mm, 32 hole
Tires Kenda Nevegal 26 x 2.5, Stick E rubber
Seat WTB Rocket V Comp, chromoly rail
Seatpost Truvativ XR double bolt, 30.9


Size S M L
Frame Weight
Bike Weight 40.0 lbs 40.0 lbs 40.0 lbs
Headtube Angle 66.0 ° 66.0 ° 66.0 °
Seattube Angle 71.3 ° 71.3 ° 71.3 °
Headtube Length 125 mm 130 mm 135 mm
Chainstay Length
BB Height 363 mm 363 mm 363 mm
BB Width
Seat Post Diameter 30.9 " 30.9 " 30.9 "
Front Derailleur Width
HeadTube Diameter 1.5 1.5 1.5
Top Tube Length 519 mm 541 mm 569 mm
WheelBase 1124 mm 1147 mm 1172 mm
Standover Height 750 mm 755 mm 765 mm


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