BCB is Authorized NORCO Dealer

There’s a new bike brand in town; NORCO bicycles.  Maybe you’ve heard of them, maybe not, but they’ve been in the two-wheeler business for 50 years now and know a thing or two about bikes. Diane and Andy have been talking to the fine folks at NORCO for a while, and then test rode a handful of their bikes at the SouthEast Bike Expo in March which sealed the deal.  Excellent product line, smooth operation, fine craftsmanship and great trail handling.

Bryson City Bicycles is excited to be stocking a number of NORCO bikes for great riding in the southeast, including selections from the Charger, Faze, Fluid and Storm lines.  And finally, quality crafted kids bikes for less than $300.

Also noteworthy – Bicycling Magazine Editor’s Choice Awards selected three NORCO bicycles as their 2014 category picks – the 29″ Hardtail Charger 9.1, the 27.5 Sight Carbon Full Suspension 7.1, and the CityGlide Commuter.  That’s quite a sweep for any bike brand.

Help us welcome NORCO.  Come on in and check out the brand new shipment.  Maybe your next bike will be a NORCO.

Charger 9.1

Charger 9.1

Sight- Carbon 7.1

Sight- Carbon 7.1





New trail system in Graham County

We are always interested in new places for fat tire riding. Anything from sweet, flowy singletrack to forest service roads. We’ll take the opportunity to ride on dirt over dodging cars most any day.

The folks at GREAT (Graham Revitalization Economic Action Team) in Graham County have helped open a section of trails and roads near Lake Santeetlah outside of Robbinsville.  Here is your map of the area.


Nantahala Area SORBA will be out on Saturday, April 12th at 10am to help GREAT hold the grand opening of this system.  We invite all interested riders to come out and enjoy a beautiful morning riding a trail that is light on technical, but full of fun.

This is a collaboration between the USFS Cheoah district office and Graham County, and the acceptance and use of this trail will lead to additional trail riding opportunities in Graham County.

The trail is old forest service roads that have been reclaimed and worked on to provide a level of riding that is good for most riders.

For more information, contact Bryson City Bicycles.