Our riding experiences on the Great Divide Mountain Biking Route have allowed us to develop a perfect Tour Divide bike that’s capable of much more. The Cutthroat GRX 600 delivers the precise performance of Shimano’s latest drivetrain technology and the carbon frame and fork are purpose-built to go the distance—any distance—with all-day comfort in mind. Whether you’re out wandering or chasing waypoints on a weeks-long bikepacking race, Cutthroat is the tool for the job.
On endless stretches of roadway, the Norco Valence A 24 invites your junior to get comfortable for the long haul. Its light and responsive aluminum frame dampens vibration through arcing seat stays, while the oversized downtube, bottom bracket shell, and broad chainstays efficiently transmit rider input for explosive acceleration. Adding to the lively feel is a tapered head tube mated to a carbon-bladed fork for stable tracking and extra vibration reduction. The Valence A 24-inch bike is designed for young riders with its scaled-down sizing and reliable drivetrain components from Shimano. The lightweight double-wall aluminum wheelset, wrapped in Kenda Kontender 24-inch x 25mm tires, offers stout protection on pavement or gravel, and contact points are finished in Norco's own blend of sporty junior-sized components for a great fit.
The same features and technologies found on Norco's Valence Aluminum are now available in a 650c youth road bike. Its lightweight X6 alloy frame and carbon fork deliver refined, long distance comfort and performance to budding road racers. An integrated ARC Endurance system delivers unrivaled vibration dampening, while the super stiff Power Chassis pedaling platform is the source of the bike's punchy acceleration and a highly responsive ride feel—rewarding riders who like to get up out of the saddle. The Valence A Claris 650C features the value-packed Shimano Claris 16-speed drivetrain and Tektro brakes for worry-free reliability, while the lightweight double-wall aluminum wheelset wrapped in Schwalbe Lugano tires offers stout protection on pavement or gravel. Contact points are finished in Norco's own blend of sporty components, and a clever flip-out alloy chip provides mounting points for racks or fenders, further enhancing this endurance machine's comfort and versatility.
The Bianchi Gravel range best suits the needs of riders looking to enjoy their time in the saddle and tackle the greatest variety of rides. Every surface becomes rideable and every adventure possible. The Impulso Allroad features an aluminum frame constructed with triple-hydroformed technology at the toptube and headtube. The tubes are welded together after initial hydroforming, then inserted into another hydroforming mold and reshaped through the same process. This provides a clean monocoque appearance while increasing the strength and steering response of the frame. Complementing the frame is a full carbon fork—combining low weight and stiffness, it's the ideal choice. Shimano's GRX 600 components bring performance and reliability to the drivetrain, offering wide range gearing in a 2x11 package. Braking is handled by a pair of GRX 400 hydraulic disc brakes that lend all-weather stopping power. The rims come wrapped in Kenda Flintridge 700x35c tires, for a combo that's fast-rolling and suitable for a variety of terrain. Don't hesitate, get out and see what this thing can do!
The Arcadex gravel bike perfectly combines a close connection with nature with the exhilarating rush of Bianchi racing DNA. It delivers a distinct performance for the modern gravel rider. The Arcadex's sculpted carbon fiber frame is incredibly responsive and is primed to perform as soon as you push on the pedals—whether riding to explore or indulging your competitive spirit. Take off-road capability, combine it with the speed and aesthetics you love about your road bike, then you have the Arcadex. The clean lines of the bike are maintained with all hydraulic cables routed internally and the dedicated alloy seatpost has been developed for the ultimate streamlined, integrated look. Talking of streamlined, the alloy stem and spacers have been created by Bianchi for a better head tube connection, with the 1 1/8" to 1.5" head tube providing stability at speed and under braking. The characteristics of the bike are maintained across the frame sizes. The chainstay length of 415mm for the 47-57cm frames and 420mm for the largest 59cm and 61cm models means that the bike behaves the same no matter what size you choose. The frame design has been aerodynamically optimized for performance, while clearance for 700c x 42 or 650B x 47 tires delivers more than enough scope to tackle any rough terrain you might choose. Naturally, you'll find eyelets for mudguards and carrier racks, so the Arcadex can be easily transformed into a high-speed bikepacking machine.
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