Cul's Norco CRR SL

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by CulBaire

Figured it was time to post a pic of my ride, even if it's not really weight weenie worthy... I've been around the forum for a long time having had a number of light steel and dual suspension MTBs in the past.

Anyways here is my Norco CRR SL - I got the frame set cheap, and built it up to replace my old 2008 Giant TCR Alliance.

Frame: Norco CRR SL
Fork: Norco CRR SL
hanger: Alloy
Headset: Factory
Seatpost clamp: Ritchey Post Mount
Seatpost: Integrated Post
Seat: Fizik Gobi XM
Stem: Ritchey Comp
Bar: Ritchey Comp
Bartape: Black Cork Tape
bottle cages: Jet Black x 2
Brakes: Ultegra 6700
Front derailleur: Ultegra 6700
Rear derailleur: Dura-Ace 7800
Crankset: Ultegra 6700 - 53/39
Chain: Ultegra
Shifters: Ultegra 6700
Cassette: Ultegra 6700 12/28 (soon to be 11/25)
Wheels: Mavic Cosmic Carbone SL - Tubular
Tires: Conti Spinters (thanks Tinia Pedis)
Pedals: 105
Computer mounts: K-Edge Garmin Mount

Next on the list is a set of HED C2 Tubular rims laced to a powertap (training wheel set) and who knows from there... It might not be the lightest but it's comfortable and rides well; also climbs alot better then my old TCR.


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by jbaillie

Very nice, always cool to see something new. Norco is a Canadian brand is it not?

Go for the C2 wheels, they rock (not that I'm biased or anything). Cheers!

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by CulBaire

Thanks, yeah Norco is the same Canadian brand quite popular in MTB circles; to be honest I wouldn't be suppressed if this were one of the only Norco roadies in Aus - I've never seen one before, nor has anyone I know. It's a great bike though!

I think I just love the idea of having a second wheelset; even better if I can manage a powertap into the build budget :-)

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by arcatern

My first road bike was a Norco. Lots of fun, but I didn't realized that it was a bit flexy until I moved on to a higher-end carbon frame. My Norco was pretty entry level.

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