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Norco Sight C2, Large

$5100 CAD
Standard spec apart from it has 190mm X-fusion dropper post Pedals not included. Available Mid September.

ali-chapple jamessmurthwaite's article
Aug 28, 2020 at 8:42
Aug 28, 2020
Pinkbike Primer: Everything You Need to Know Ahead of EWS Zermatt 2020
@mnorris122: 4.6% is extremely easy grade to climb! That would make it a white climb (easier than green) by the offical Whistler trail standards, our local green rated climb is about 7%
ali-chapple edspratt's article
Aug 28, 2020 at 8:36
Aug 28, 2020
Results: EWS-E Zermatt 2020
I did the math, they only did 1944m of pedal climbing, I've done 2000m on my one battery, so I'm not really sure why they need 3, seems a bit excessive, 2 would be more than enough unless they're running small batteries to save weight
ali-chapple norcobicycles's article
Aug 24, 2020 at 9:16
Aug 24, 2020
Video: Jake Kinney Uses a Ghost Town as an MTB Playground
@rrolly: The only copy I know of is stored away on some shelf in a library in Scotland so I might have trouble getting that to you haha! You are right, the capacity factor for a wind turbine ranges between 25-40%, depending on locations, time of year, etc, etc. but this is all considered in wind farm planning/operation. Per kWh of energy actually produced, wind is extremely competitive with conventional methods (https://www.lazard.com/perspective/lcoe2019/) As far as plant / animal impacts, wind farms are normally installed in more rural areas/seabeds I agree, but it's important to consider not only the direct impact of turbine installation (clearing trees for a turbine foundation, for example) but also the indirect impact (global plant/animal impacts due to less CO2 emissions). Overall the direct and indirect impacts of wind and solar (hydro is a completely different story) are about as minimal as it gets, granted they're not perfect but until we nail nuclear fusion, its about as clean as it gets for energy production, and its quickly becoming the cheaper option as well.
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