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Norco Aurum

Norco Aurum A7 Framekit
$2,199.00
The Norco Aurum A7 offers a World Cup-proven design in a premium alloy frame. This 650B-wheeled downhill race and park bike combines their most advanced mountain technologies including Gravity Tune, 200mm A.R.T. suspension and an integrated shuttle guard. Latin for gold, the Aurum delivers high-speed control and durability for full days in the park or racing against the clock.
Norco Aurum C7 Framekit
$3,799.00
Poise and grace aren't typically used to describe a blazing DH run, but one ride aboard Norco's Aurum will have you stoked about the refined composure of this speed fiend's character. Precision carbon fiber engineering gives the Aurum's frame loads of stiffness for pinpoint control, while the RockShox Vivid RC2C Coil rear shock returns a supple, planted feel and big-hit capability when you need it most. The Aurum — Latin for “gold” — earned its name by turning the most challenging terrain features into advantages over other riders. Devour steep, gnarly sections with high-speed control and push your limits whether you’re doing park laps or racing against the clock.
Norco Aurum C7
$5,699.00
Poise and grace aren't typically used to describe a blazing DH run, but one ride aboard Norco's Aurum will have you stoked about the refined composure of this speed fiend's character. 27.5-inch wheels provide a quick and stable foundation, while precision carbon fiber engineering gives the Aurum's frame loads of stiffness for pinpoint control. Norco chose to design the Aurum around the real-world benefits of a 7-speed cassette, using 142mm rear axle spacing to optimize the chainline and increase heel clearance, while keeping tighter gear ratios for race-winning runs. For the Aurum C7 you get snappy shifts from the SRAM GX drivetrain with an 11-25T 7-speed cassette, SRAM Code R brakes with 200mm rotors, and a burly Race Face crankset. Maxxis Minion DHF tires track with confidence, while the DT Swiss EX 512 rims laced to WTB STP hubs reduce wheel flex and boost tire grip. Trail grading duty is assigned to the revered RockShox Boxxer RC Team fork, and the RockShox Vivid RC2C Coil rear shock returns a supple, planted feel and big-hit capability when you need it most.
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