Norco Bigfoot 6.1 - 2016

What would Bigfoot ride? Most likely a versatile, go-anywhere bike. Something like Norco's Bigfoot 6.1. This fat bike sports an aluminum frame and carbon fork for a mythical ride quality, and features a super low standover across the whole ...(Read More)

Norco Bigfoot 6.1
$2,010.00
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Charcoal
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What would Bigfoot ride? Most likely a versatile, go-anywhere bike. Something like Norco's Bigfoot 6.1. This fat bike sports an aluminum frame and carbon fork for a mythical ride quality, and features a super low standover across the whole size range. On 80mm-wide Sun Mulefut rims and 4.0-inch Schwalbe Jumbo Jim tires, roots, rocks, sand, and mixed conditions are mere afterthoughts as you float down your favorite trail or deeper into the woods. Ten speeds from the Shimano SLX drivetrain help you haul uphill or down, and count on the SRAM DB5 hydraulic disc brakes to supply smooth, reliable braking when you need it the most. Top it off with a high quality saddle, handlebar, and stem from Norco and set out in search of the mythical Bigfoot, if for no other reason than to tell him that you've got a Bigfoot, too.

Specs

Frame Aluminum Bigfoot, 170mm spacing
Fork Carbon fat fork, 135mm x 15mm
Rims/Wheels Sun Mulefut 80SL, 80mm width
Hubs Front: Novatec 135 x 15mm through-axle; Rear: KT aluminum 170mm quick release
Spokes Stainless-steel
Tires Schwalbe Jumbo Jim EVO, 26x4.0", folding
Crankset Race Face Aeffect
Chainrings 26T
Rear Derailleur Shimano SLX Shadow Plus
Rear Cogs Shimano Deore, 10-speed: 11-36T
Shifters Shimano SLX 10-speed
Handlebars Norco Lite DB riser, aluminum
Tape/Grips Norco SL Silicon
Stem Norco, aluminum
Brake Levers Avid DB5
Brakes Avid DB5 hydraulic disc, 180mm/160mm rotors
Pedals Wellgo aluminum MTB
Saddle Norco XC
Seat Post Norco, aluminum

Part Numbers

Option UPC MPN
Charcoal / Small 058817110856 052950-16-S-1
Charcoal / Medium 058817110863 052950-16-M-1
Charcoal / Large 058817110870 052950-16-L-1
Charcoal / X-Large 058817110887 052950-16-XL-1

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Norco Bigfoot 6.1 - 2015

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from Ogden, UT

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I bought a 2015 Norco Bigfoot 6.1. All seemed great at first, but I wanted to change the rim strips from black to white. I could not get the QR loose on the front wheel. Two mechanics at my LBS couldn't either. They told me to take it back to where I got it. I had to go to the next town to buy the bike, as there wasn't a local Norco dealer. I took the bike back and they found that the dropout on the right side of the fork was misaligned, a manufacturing defect. After some time, the shop called with good news! A fork was being sent from Norco to replace the defective fork. Well, wasn't I surprised to see that the replacement fork was a different color, had a quarter-inch impact ding in the fork (actually into the carbon) and was also a used fork taken from someone's bike at Norco! It seems Norco has manufacturing, quality control and spare parts issues. All of this has taken about 8 weeks. Norco, clearly, could not deliver the bike that they sold to me! I received a full refund for the defective bike and have moved on. I wouldn't buy another Norco product, even if I felt lucky!

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Norco Bigfoot 6.1 - 2015

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from Ogden, UT

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I bought a 2015 Norco Bigfoot 6.1. All seemed great at first, but I wanted to change the rim strips from black to white. I could not get the QR loose on the front wheel. Two mechanics at my LBS couldn't either. They told me to take it back to where I got it. I had to go to the next town to buy the bike, as there wasn't a local Norco dealer. I took the bike back and they found that the dropout on the right side of the fork was misaligned, a manufacturing defect. After some time, the shop called with good news! A fork was being sent from Norco to replace the defective fork. Well, wasn't I surprised to see that the replacement fork was a different color, had a quarter-inch impact ding in the fork (actually into the carbon) and was also a used fork taken from someone's bike at Norco! It seems Norco has manufacturing, quality control and spare parts issues. All of this has taken about 8 weeks. Norco, clearly, could not deliver the bike that they sold to me! I received a full refund for the defective bike and have moved on. I wouldn't buy another Norco product, even if I felt lucky!

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Norco Bigfoot 6.1 - 2015

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from Ogden, UT

About Me

Comments:

I bought a 2015 Norco Bigfoot 6.1. All seemed great at first, but I wanted to change the rim strips from black to white. I could not get the QR loose on the front wheel. Two mechanics at my LBS couldn't either. They told me to take it back to where I got it. I had to go to the next town to buy the bike, as there wasn't a local Norco dealer. I took the bike back and they found that the dropout on the right side of the fork was misaligned, a manufacturing defect. After some time, the shop called with good news! A fork was being sent from Norco to replace the defective fork. Well, wasn't I surprised to see that the replacement fork was a different color, had a quarter-inch impact ding in the fork (actually into the carbon) and was also a used fork taken from someone's bike at Norco! It seems Norco has manufacturing, quality control and spare parts issues. All of this has taken about 8 weeks. Norco, clearly, could not deliver the bike that they sold to me! I received a full refund for the defective bike and have moved on. I wouldn't buy another Norco product, even if I felt lucky!

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