The Norco Bigfoot 3 is a fat bike that can handle the most challenging terrain you can think of. From the sand to the snow, the Bigfoot can do it all.The Bigfoot 3 stands out for its versatility and durability as you can ride on any terrain any time of year with this all-terrain beast.
The Bigfoot 3 has the new X6 6061 double-butted aluminum frame which is now 175g, which is super light and tough. Special alloy fat forks are required to fit the fat tyres, the lightweight and tough fork is made with clearance for up to a 26×5” tyre. The Bigfoot 2 comes with 26×4.9” tyres so that you can ride on beach or snow with ease. A 10-speed Shimano groupset powers this beast, giving you reliability and performance on the toughest terrain. On challenging surfaces you need to have control, and the Tektro Disc Brakes give you braking that you can trust in any conditions.
With a high-quality, lightweight, double-butted X6 6061 aluminum frame, disc brakes and 4.9” fat tyres, the Norco Bigfoot 2 gives you versatility all-year. The Bigfoot 3 offers you incredible control and traction even when you’re being pushed to the limits by mother nature. This really is an excellent bike for someone that wants to go where others won’t dare.
Preogressive Design: The Bigfoot uses Norco’s holistic approach to fit and geometry to achieve its snowbound performance. The unique combination of longer reach, slacker head tube angle and steep seat tube angle provides a more forward weight distribution within a longer wheelbase. This allows more powerful pedaling, increased climbing traction and added grip and control when descending so you can ride with confidence.
Evolved, Thoughtful Frame: With generous standover clearance and thru axles for extra stiffness and improved handling on some models, The Bigfoot’s aluminum frame has evolved with internally routed cables for a clean look and protection from the unforgiving elements.
Fat Tyres for Grip and Cush: The Bigfoot is equipped with wide rims and clearance for up to 5″ tires – so there’s more rubber on the ground. The footprints float over snow and sand, soften the blow from gnarly trail features, and provide immense amounts of traction in even the muddiest of conditions without tearing up the terrain.