Haro Mary XC Expert 29er Hardtail

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MSRP : $1635.00

Product Description

Nothing rides quite like cromoly steel; it's lively, compliant, and makes you feel one with the bike. See for yourself why people say "steel is real". Classic Haro "V-Bar" top tube for improved standover. Marzocchi enters the 29er fork market with its buttery-smooth 44 TST2 cross-country trail fork. Lockout makes climbing more efficient. The 15mm QR axle is stiffer than a standard 9mm QR and provides better handling and control. The Deore XT Shadow rear derailleur sits more inboard, neatly tucked away and protected from potentially damaging roots, rocks, and other obstacles. Deore is the workhorse of the Shimano family. Excellent performance in a new hydraulic disc brake system that's affordably priced. Low-profile, streamlined lever design looks great and performs flawlessly. Uses environmentally-friendly mineral oil. The arms of the Firex cranks are forged out of 6066 aluminum which is superior to 6061 aluminum in terms of strength. The GXP bottom bracket interface is smooth and worry free!

What does your extra money buy over the Mary XC Comp?

  • Marzocchi 44 TST2 suspension fork
  • Truvativ Firex 3.0 GXP cranks
  • Truvativ GXP outboard bearing bottom bracket
  • Ritchey Comp 10-degree handlebar
  • Ritchey Comp 4-Axis stem
  • WTB LaserDisc Trail rims
  • Shimano M445 hydraulic disc brakes
  • Shimano Deore front derailleur
  • Shimano XT Shadow rear derailleur
  • Shimano Deore RapidFire Plus 9-speed shifters
  • WTB Rocket V Comp saddle
  • Ritchey Comp seatpost
  • Shimano M505 clipless pedals

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    good deal on Haro Mary XC Expert?

    Sun and Ski Sports is selling the 2011 Haro Mary XC Expert for $999, plus I have a $20 coupon. So comes out to about $980. Deore FD and shifter, Deore XT RD. Mazarocchi fork. Hydraulic brakes. Good deal? Good bike? The thing that worries me is that it is a discontinued model, but I think the H ... Read More »

    2012 Trek Cobia vs 2011 Haro Mary XC Expert

    In the market for a 29er (my 1st). Narrowed it down to these 2: 2012 Trek Cobia from my local bike shop, can get it for somewhere between $1000 and $1100. Comes with 2 yrs free maintenance and the shop is like a minute from my house, 2011 Haro Mary XC Expert. It's a steel frame so I worry a b ... Read More »

    2011 Haro Mary XC Expert

    Looking for a steel 29er, prefer thru axle fork - this has it all. Can't find much about this bike, especially the 2011 with that funky/curvy top tube. I'm coming from a light hardtail aluminum 29er, and don't want full sus, just a little relief by steel. I'll be riding pretty aggressive all mountai ... Read More »

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