Climb mountains, ride trails, but most of all, just get out there and enjoy the outdoors aboard the Norco Charger 7.3. This aluminum hardtail has 100mm of front suspension to smooth rough singletrack, giving you the confidence to let it rip down fast and flowy descents. 27.5-inch wheels offer increased rollover capability while remaining easy to accelerate for quick handling and a lively feel, and the 2x10-speed drivetrain offers a wide range of gears for tackling any trail. Norco includes hydraulic disc brakes for dependable stopping power, and finishes this build with a smart mix of parts to create a high-value cross-country bike that's all about having fun on two wheels.
|Frame||Charger 27.5" DB Alloy XC Frame|
|Fork||Rock Shox XC30 Silver TK 100mm|
|Axles||100mm QR (Front); 135mm QR (Rear)|
|Rims/Wheels||Norco 650B - 21mm Alloy TRS Rim|
|Spokes||Black Stainless w/brass nipples|
|Tires||WTB Beeline 27.5 x 2.2|
|Crankset||Suntour XCM 10spd|
|Bottom Bracket||Shimano Octalink|
|Chain||KMC X10 10spd|
|Front Derailleur||Shimano Deore 2spd|
|Rear Derailleur||Shimano Deore 10spd|
|Rear Cogs||Shimano Deore HG50 11-36T 10spd|
|Handlebars||Norco Alloy 15mm riser 720mm|
|Stem||Norco Alloy 70mm|
|Brake Levers||Shimano M365 Hydraulic|
|Brakes||Shimano M365 Hydraulic 160mm|
|Pedals||Wellgo Resin Pedals|
|Saddle||Norco XC Saddle|
|Seat Post||Norco Alloy 31.6|
* Subject to change without notice.
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I ride mostly light trails/city but do lots of small jumps and have put many really rough kms on the bike so far. had it about 3 weeks now. Its nice and lite, has tons of power going up hills, but on flat surfaces i find it a little slower then im used to, even with the front shocks locked out. Its my first bike with hyrdraulic brakes, they work well but so did the cable disc brakes i had for years. The gears shift really fast but I find there's lot of clicks and squeaks along the drivetrain already, and the wheels already seem to need be straightened out, but it stills feels solid and stable. It does have presto valves, not sure why on a bike with such massive tires. The matte finish seems tough so far.