Norco 2009 Shore Three

Norco 2009 Shore Three


10 Reviews for 2009 Shore Three

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 This is a great all-around bike for the money. I bought this as a last years model and I couldn't be more satisfied. Yes there is a lot of room for upgrading components but what fun is there in a bike that you spend all your money buying a package that may not entirely fit you. But off the floor this is a great bike and you can't beat the FSR rear end on this thing, time proven and great for pedaling.
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 I bought this bike in 2010 as an end-of-season sale bike, and I'm still riding it. It's great value for the money and great while riding DH. It's a bit of a beast weight-wise and not super fun to try to pedal on, but as a DH-only bike, it's great.
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 high mate it is tom the frend of callum i was wanduring how much could you do this bike for because towards end of janurary i would have at list 1000pounds at the maximum if you are intresetedher send me a message on tomstritt@hotmail.co.uk thinks tom
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 Just got the 2010 Shore Three (white & blue), took it for a nice test on loose surfaced corners and a few small jumps earlier. Im gunna compare this to my £3000 custom RMX to give you an idea of how good it is! Running the shore stock is quite a nice suprise all in all Smile Very pedal efficient, feels like riding a hardtail over the rougher stuff with the slightly stiff stock suspension. I have the small frame and can get super low in the corners, the tires have more grip than imagined, however unlike the Maxxis tires, as soon as the Kenda's loose traction, they become rather unpredictable... The Avid Juicy's deliver alot of stopping power, that actually rival my Saints!! I found the same in the basic Sram drivetrain. I'll be upgrading mine still, but defo worth the buy!!!
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 i had an 06 shore 3, i'm not some nutty pro and it offered a lot for what i needed so i recommend it for anyone getting into all mountain/ freeriding/ downhill with not much experience. it will take care of you
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 It's a good basic all around bike, gets the job done without breaking the bank. Made a couple of personal upgrades to mine and it's been all good!
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 I just got this bike and I love it. Its a do everything bike. Although its not the lightest. I have the 2010.
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 My bike (: Lub it haha

Pros: Good sized suspension on front and back 7/7. The price isn't very much and a sturdy bike
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 the 07 is good.......lol
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Norco 2009 Shore Three (MSRP $1785) — Same 179 mm / 7" travel frame as the Shore 1 also in three frame sizes * Rockshox Domain 1.5" fork and a Fox Van R coil rear shock * Funn bar with FSA stem and headset * Truvativ Hussefelt dual ring with E–13 DRS dual ring guide * Sram X–5 * Hayes Stroker trail with 8" rotors * Colour matched pedals and Sun Equalizer rims

Specifications Compare to other All Mountain/Enduro/XC

Release Date 2009
Price $1,785
Travel 179mm
Rear Shock Fox Van R Coil
Fork Rockshox Domain 302 Coil, 180mm of travel, 1.5” alloy steer tube
Headset FSA 1.5” Big Fat Pig, chromoly
Cassette Sram PG-830, 8 speed, 11-32T
Crankarms Truvativ Hussefelt, 22/32T 170/175 mm
Chainguide E-13 DRS Spec 2
Bottom Bracket Howitzer Spline BB
Pedals Alloy flat pedal, Orange
Rear Derailleur Shimano Alivio FDM-412 31.8 / Sram X-5, 8 speed, medium cage
Chain KMC Z-72 8 speed
Front Derailleur Shimano Alivio FDM-412 31.8
Shifter Pods Sram X-5 trigger, 8 speed front and rear
Handlebar Funn Fatboy, 710x50mm rise, 31.8, custom graphic
Stem Truvativ XR, alloy, 31.8mm, 60mm ext.
Grips Norco custom clear rubber
Brakes Hayes Stroker Trail, 8” rotor
Wheelset n/a
Hubs KT Q-Lite, 150 x 12mm, 9 spd, sealed bearing, blue
Spokes Stainless steel black 2.0
Rim Sun Equilizer 29, 32 hole, blue
Tires Kenda Nevegal 26 x 2.5, Stick E rubber, CAP casing
Seat WTB Rocket V Comp, Chromoly rails
Seatpost Truvativ XR double bolt, 30.9

Dimensions

Size S M L
Frame Weight
Bike Weight 41.0 lbs 41.0 lbs 41.0 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 31.8 mm 31.8 mm 31.8 mm
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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