Motobecane Fantom 29 X7 29er Hardtail

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MSRP : $1995.00

Product Description

  • Frame: MOTO29X Aluminum with TrailTuned PowerStay Design
  • Bottom Bracket: FSA MegaEXO external bearing
  • Shifters: SRAM X7, 30 speed trigger shift
  • Chain: KMC 10 speed
  • Spokes: Stainless steel

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Motobecane Fantom 29 X7 / What size ?

I'm looking into getting this bike and I was wondering what the biggest drawbacks are. From what I've seen around this forum and few other places it appears that the bike is very solid. Also I'm not sure which frame size to get. I was thinking of getting 17". I'm 5'9", 30" inseam. One more thin ... Read More »

Fantom 29 X7 Assembly

Ok. I'm not too much of a moron. I don't claim to be a bike builder but I'm handy in the garage and figured I could get it together then a friend of mine might help me tune it. Well I'm having trouble right off :D The rear derailleur hanger looks "off" and I can't get the derailleur to sit rig ... Read More »

Stearing Bar Angle for Fantom 29 X7?

Hey Guys, does anyone know the stearing bar angle for the original one? i have no idea how to measure it and i'd like to buy a one with a bigger angle. unfortunately testing some bars and finding out via trial and error isnt an option here. thanks,Read More »

First Impression - Fantom 29 X7

so, i made my first ride on my new 2012 Fantom 29 X7, my first impression up to now i had a 26er FS plus a roadbike, the last month i was riding an older 26er Rockhopper. the last 2 years i spend 350hrs/year on both bikes and ride everything from countryside to alps. my first impression was: h ... Read More »

Is it worth to upgrade Fantom 29 X7 instead of X5

Hey guys, i cant really decide if its worth the upgrade. the difference 200usd, and its .) X7 vs X5 .) Tora vs Rock Shox XC .) Elixir 1 vs Auriga Comp the x7 parts are obv the better ones, but X5 and Fork are both completely new designed for 2012, so they shouldn't be "too bad" i am ... Read More »





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