Mountain Biking - Norco 2002 Wolverine
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08-07-02, 07:12 AM
Im thinking about getting this bike very soon and im wondering if its a good choice. I do some freeriding and abit of dirt jumping.
08-07-02, 09:06 AM
ooooo I havent heard this before! BAHAHAHA............why the **** do you keep asking the SAME QUESTION over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over?
LOL ! :D Freerider, you have asked this question before. Go use the search feature please. I merged most of your threads asking questions about freeride stuff in to one big thread called "Urban Aussalt/Freeride equipment and bikes". Go check it out.
08-07-02, 09:56 PM
I'd wait till the 2003 specializeds come out now.....they have a P1 and a P2, and they are very affordable. The P1 is a single speed hucker do everything winter bike, school bike, ride down the stairs bike. The P1 is $400, the P2 is $550. I must keep the rest a secret or risk getting killed.
Road Rash Rob
08-18-02, 03:55 AM
I just bought one this week. It seems pretty solid but the shock is kind of soft, I bottomed out on a three foot drop although I did blow a shift and land pretty hard on the forks. I'm not as good of a rider as I think I am and tend to get myself into trouble by doing things I cant really do but the bike seems well balanced and quite forgiving. I would try to get an upgrade on the shock from the dealer. I've ridden it every day since I got it (7 days) I'm really happy with it.
Oh yea, Get the shop to tighten the spokes before you take it.
08-18-02, 08:46 AM
Thanks alot. Do you find the frame on the bike light ?
Road Rash Rob
08-18-02, 01:08 PM
Its about 30 lbs but Its got big heavy knobby tires (at least they look heavy). It feels easier to ride on gravel than on pavement.
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