Norco Indie 2 - 2017

Living in the city has many advantages,including proximity of your home, workplace, and freetime activities. That's why Norco created the Indie 2. With fast 700c wheels and wide street tires that cushion urban pathways, you can make quick t ...(Read More)

Norco Indie 2
  • Color: Blue/Citron
  • Color: Charcoal
$1,049.99
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Living in the city has many advantages,including proximity of your home, workplace, and freetime activities. That's why Norco created the Indie 2. With fast 700c wheels and wide street tires that cushion urban pathways, you can make quick trips to the gym or work in style and comfort. A wide range of gears lets you vary your intensity level when riding over hilly terrain, while hydraulic disc brakes increase your safety by providing confident stopping power, even in wet weather, so you can ride no matter what the conditions bring. Frame mounts are included to attach fenders for extra protection from road grime, and front and rear racks can be added for carrying groceries or a change of clothes on your commute to work. Make your bike a versatile vehicle for all of life's needs.

Specs

Frame Indie Double Butted Aluminum w/CS Disc
Fork Norco X-Over Alloy Straight Blade - Disc
Headset Internal FSA No.11N Semi-Cartridge
Rims/Wheels Double Wall Alloy - Black
Hubs Shimano CenterLock Sealed
Spokes Black Stainless w/brass nipples
Tires Schwalbe Little Big Ben RaceGuard Reflex 38c
Crankset Shimano Alivio FC-T4010 - Black
Chainrings 48/36/26T
Bottom Bracket Shimano BB-ES300 Octalink
Chain KMC X9 9spd
Front Derailleur Shimano Altus FD-M370
Rear Derailleur Shimano Alivio RD-M4000 Shadow - Black
Rear Cogs Shimano CS-HG200 11-32T 9spd
Shifters Shimano Alivio SL-M4050
Handlebars Norco 25mm Riser - Black Stealth
Tape/Grips Urban Grip - Black
Stem Norco - Black Stealth
Brake Levers Shimano BR-M4050 - Black
Brakes Shimano Alivio BR-M4050 Hydraulic w/160mm
Pedals City - Black Nylon
Saddle Norco Urban w/Reflective
Seat Post Norco Alloy 27.2mm - Black Stealth

Part Numbers

Option UPC MPN
Blue/Citron / Large 00058817169137 047250-17-L-2
Charcoal / Large 00058817169052 047250-17-L-1
Blue/Citron / Medium 00058817169120 047250-17-M-2
Charcoal / Medium 00058817169045 047250-17-M-1
Blue/Citron / Small 00058817169113 047250-17-S-2
Charcoal / Small 00058817169038 047250-17-S-1
Blue/Citron / X-Large 00058817169144 047250-17-XL-2
Charcoal / X-Large 00058817169069 047250-17-XL-1

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4.0

(based on 3 reviews)

66%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Lightweight  (2)
  • Stylish  (2)
  • Comfortable 
  • Hydraulic Disc Brakes 
  • Accepts Accessories 

Cons

  • Flimsy 
  • Plastic Pedals 
  • Rims Can Untrue Quickly 

Best Uses

  • Commuting 

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5

looks nice

By 

from vancouver bc

About Me Advanced

Pros

  • Comfortable
  • Stylish
  • Lightweight

Cons

    Best Uses

    Comments:

    just bought bike, looks nice

    5

    The tank of bicycles.

    By 

    from Louisville, KY

    About Me Beginner

    Pros

    • 700 C Wheels
    • Stylish
    • Durable
    • Wide Gear Range
    • Lightweight
    • Hydraulic Disc Brakes
    • Accepts Accessories

    Cons

    • Rims Can Untrue Quickly
    • Plastic Pedals

    Best Uses

    • Commuting

    Comments:

    I use this bike for transportation in My City. As a heavy rider (280-290, 6'7") I was at first apprehensive as I have broken bikes when I was lighter. The frame is aluminum, so it is lighter than steel, but still exceptionally beefy. It is a hard frame, so you do need to stand up while riding over bumpy terrain. Since I am such a large human, and I tend to ride pretty hard in town (EG hopping curbs, quick acceleration and deceleration, leaning hard into corners, crashing a few times, riding 30 miles in the rain and mud, and generally causing a ruckus in my town) but it keeps holding up to me, my abuse, and my riding style. Word of warning: If you are a larger person like me, please replace the pedals as they are cheaply made and susceptible to cracking or breaking while riding. Also, take my cons with a grain of salt. If you are at or under 200 lbs, the pedals and wheels should last you for a long time under many stresses.

    1

    Spokes as brittle as uncooked spaghetti

    By 

    from Vancouver

    About Me Advanced

    Pros

    Cons

    • Flimsy

    Best Uses

    Comments:

    I would love this bike if I didn't have to replace rear spokes every month - six busted spokes since I bought it five months ago. The Bike Doctor did me a solid and replaced the last two on short notice but said this is not generally a warranty item. Another just went "ping" as I was riding along flat payment with no pannier load so I will have to spend more time tearing the rear hub apart. Not happy.

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