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With a new BMX like the 2007 Norco Rev you can revisit the 80s or just cruise off a few sweet jumps for kicks.

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Pros

BMX rules!

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Replicate the bicycle chase scene from E.T.

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nice colours

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Cons

Fairly expensive (~$480)

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not the coolest sprocket

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With a new BMX like the 2007 Norco Rev you can revisit the 80s or just cruise off a few sweet jumps for kicks.  The Norco Rev is the upper class ride in their line of BMX's. Just in case you forgot, BMX = Bicycle Moto-Cross!

Here a few keys features of the Norco Rev:

  • 4130 chromoly frame w/ Spanish bottom bracket, integrated headset, & 6mm dropouts
  • Tron direct bolt saddle system w/ 3D forged alloy seat post
  • 10 tooth micro driver w/ 28 tooth aluminum front ring
  • Alex DM-24 Alloy Black 36H rims
  • Dirt/Street BMX 20" X 1.95" tires
This bike retails for a suggested price of $479.
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Deelan
03/03/2010 08:43

I soon might be getting the frame from that bike

Dakalvia
07/19/2007 11:12

BMX rules...I rebuilt one a few years ago but abandoned it after the handle-bars broke and dinged my teeth on the frame. That rattled my whole skeleton and I haven't been on a BMX since. I would give it another whirl if I had a brand new one though since the technology has improved (and it wouldnt be built from garbage bikes).

Erik
07/19/2007 10:39

When I was a kid, all bikes were BMX. You had one speed, coaster brakes, and no inches of shock travel, but you could build a ramp and take sweet jumps. Remember the movie ET anyone? The BMX chase scene wouldn't be the same on a mountain bike.

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