Haro Beasley 27.5 Full Suspension

4.5/5 (2 Reviews)


Product Description

  • Weight: about 27 lbs for 18" frame size
  • Spec highlights: Double butted 4130 cromoly 650B specific frame
  • Custom full cromoly rigid fork
  • Truvativ Fire-X 1.1 singlespeed crankset
  • Avid BB5 mechanical disc brakes
  • Pacenti Neo-Moto 650B tires


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    User Reviews

    Overall Rating:5
    Value Rating:5
    Submitted by beasleyrider a Cross Country Rider from minnesota

    Date Reviewed: November 19, 2010

    Strengths:    i love the 650b wheels there not too big or too small. the single speed can handle all the trails near me perfectly. disc brakes, after stopping a few good times. they work perfect.the big fat tires really help in sand like at nine mile and river bottoms. great bike all around.

    Weaknesses:    only thing i found is the on one Mary bars. i didn't like it mostly because i lived with rise bars. except that and working down brakes it's a good bike

    Bottom Line:   
    great bike for anyone who wants a nice high-end bike with out the high price. handles anything thrown in it's way. conquers all trails easily.

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    Favorite Trail:   murphy hanrehan park

    Duration Product Used:   3 months

    Price Paid:    $1005.00

    Purchased At:   michaels cycles, pri

    Similar Products Used:   i do have a salsa ala carte that is repair. but when i bought i never have taken it off-road. snowed before i could take it

    Bike Setup:   switched on one Mary bars to salsa 10x5 rise bars.

    Overall Rating:4
    Value Rating:4
    Submitted by Gianni a Cross Country Rider from Pulaski, WI

    Date Reviewed: February 23, 2010

    Strengths:    650B wheels - I'm digg'in em
    Bars - Mary On One - no more back aches.
    Stable, handles well, for me very comfortable.
    Disc Brakes - didn't think I'd like'em but I do.


    Weaknesses:    Would have preferred track drop outs - but I understand the masses don't like'em on mt bikes.
    For the asking price,great bike and parts. 1st upgrade would be the wheels - nothing wrong with them, just saying that would be my 1st upgrade.
    Have'nt a problem with them - just would like to have a set a blunts to run on - but until I toast'em will be running what's there - looks to be for awhile too.
    Oh yeah locating 650 "tubes" and I mean correct size !
    Can use 26" tubes, but would be nice to have correct size.


    Bottom Line:   
    Extremely happy with the bike - can't wait for the snow to melt and get back out on the trails -

    I'd give it the 5 flamin Chiles but somebody would think I'm working for Haro

    Who should ride it - anyone looking to check out the 650B
    Wheel size and likes ss bikes
    Who shouldn't-anyone that prefers a bike with plush travel

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    Favorite Trail:   Nicolet Roche

    Duration Product Used:   1 Year

    Purchased At:   The Bike Hub - Deper

    Similar Products Used:   Spot SS (9 years) - frame finally gave up the ghost and needed a new ride - Beasley filled the void nicely

    Bike Setup:   Stock

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    I'm not sure if this is the right place to post, but I'm looking for a Haro Beasley 1x9 or XC. Can someone point me in the right direction? I'm in the Bay Area, if that helps. Thanks NorbRead More »

    Beasley SS Eccentric BB Set Screw Torque

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    Haro Beasley Seat tube size???

    Thought the traffic of 650-ers would be better here. Yes I tried researching and searching. I had my LBS (their great) order me a g-dropper post. The short story is it's all wrong. So I'm doing the homework before returning it to him for an exchange. My first step before calling Gravity dropper f ... Read More »

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    Anyone know what size clamp and type (ie bottom, top pull) of front der is needed for a Haro Beasley?Read More »

    haro beasley 97.5" maiden voyage disaster

    after half a mile of my first ride on a freshly bulit beasley, I heard a loud pop... the results are pictured below. neomoto + crest, 22psi and my 150lb... so, is the tire scrapped? can i use it again for tubeless? if yes, how do i prevent this from happening again? [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/h3F9T. ... Read More »

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