Norco Range VLT C2

Norco Range VLT C2

  • Détails techniques
  • Cadre Triangle avant et haubans en carbone, base en aluminium
  • Fourche RockShox ZEB Select, 180 mm
  • Débattement avant 180 mm
  • Amortisseur RockShox Super Deluxe Coil Spring Select+
  • Débattement arrière 170 mm
  • Guidon Alliage 6061 abouté, 800 mm, élévation de 25 mm
  • Freins Code SRAM, 4 pistons, plaquettes métalliques
  • Levier de vitesses SRAM GX Eagle
  • Dérailleur arrière SRAM GX
  • Pédalier Shimano FC-EM600, 34 dents, 165 mm
  • Cassette SRAM PG 1210 Eagle, 11-50T
  • Moyeu avant DT Swiss 370, 15x110mm Boost
  • Moyeu arrière DT Swiss 370, 12x148mm Boost
  • Jantes e*thirteen LG1 DH, 32H, 29"
  • Pneus Maxxis Assegai 2,5" 3C MaxxGrip/DD/TR/WT
  • Tige selle TranzX YS105, 34,9 mm, 150 mm
  • Selle WTB Volt 250 Sport
I already own a bike. Why do I need bike share?

The power of enabling one-way trips rather than a forced round trip due to having a personal vehicle is transformative. Bike share opens up mobility options that weren’t previously convenient and makes public transit more viable. It also enables greater access to multi-modal trips where you may use bike share for the first part of your trip, but may take the trolley, a car service or even catch a ride with a friend on the way home.

Tell me about the bikes.

Our smart-bikes from Social Bicycles (SoBi) have brains! This sets them apart from other bike-share systems. On the back of the bike is a GPS-enabled, solar-powered panel with an on-board lock.

With this panel, you can check out the bike, unlock and lock it, put it on hold and report a problem. It will even let you know how many miles you rode and how many calories you burned by logging into your Social Bicycles account.

One of our favorite features on our bikes is the chainless shaft drive. You won’t have to worry about your pants getting caught or getting greasy! They also have nifty extras like 3 speeds, an adjustable seat post, front and rear lights that illuminate automatically, a large, full-sized basket, puncture resistant tires and a bell (just above the left hand grip – give it a turn!).

What are Coast Hub Stations and Park and Go racks?

A Coast Hub station is where you go to find, check out and return a bike. It’s equipped with bikes and racks that the bikes are locked to.

Locking outside of a station will incur a $3 convenience fee. You’ll also see designated Park and Go racks at businesses around town. This is free Coast parking, so feel free to park here as well!