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First time on Prevost.. on my trail bike.. with an all star crew!

Getting rowdy on my @norcobicycles sight. Thankful the @raceface goods that come stock on it are tough.. There were a lot of holding on for life moments that were less then graceful. Birthday Boy Forrest Riesco Cody McArthur Adriano Digiacinto Darren Berrecloth Stevie Smith Mark Wallace Trevor Threw Ken Faubert


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 Great video. How do you like the sight? Also I'm planning a Canada trip but I am wondering if there's lots of poison Ivy and oak in spots like this. I'm extremely allergic and here in socal I can generally avoid it since its so dry.
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 Honestly I have never encountered it biking. I live in the okanagan in BC, very dry here. On the island (Vancouver island) in this video it's super wet but I didn't see any! I'd suggest riding in pants or at least high socks/knee pads if it's that much of an issue. (Maybe epi pen?) the knee pad thing is a good idea anyways.. Lots of gnarly stuff!

The sight is a absolute blast, it's a very capable trail bike. However I also have a Norco Aurum for my DH bike, which realistically I should have brought had I known I was shuttling. My suggestion to you, is buy the Norco Range: 6" travel trail bike more forgiving then the Sight and Pedals uphill unlike the Aurum. If I had to have only one bike, it would be a Range!
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 Range seems like a great rig! Our shuttle spot just got torn down so the only dh spots are hike or pedal up. I have a banshee legend but as soon as I get the money flowing I'll probably sell it and go back to a trail bike. I think a 650b range would be pretty damn capable
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 Huge crew!

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