Azonic AZ-7 Hardtail Frame XC Hardtail

5/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $499.99


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The Azonic AZ-7 XC Hardtail frame is made of XTROLITE-G7 material, and is lighter & strongerThanTraditional aluminum frames, makingThis frame a killer climber. Weight:(claimed) 2.7 lbs for 16.5” frame! Removable derailleur hanger Disk brake only Azonic AZ-7 Frame Geometry 16.5" 18.5" HeadTube Angle 71.5 71.5 SeatTube Angle 73 73 Chainstay Length 425 425 Wheelbase 1031 1051 EffectiveTopTube Length 565 585 Seat P


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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by John a Weekend Warrior

Date Reviewed: June 16, 2013

Strengths:    Strong, durable, stiff frame with the capability of running 26" and 650b wheels. Matte black color. Very light weight @ sub 3 lbs. Rear brake bracing to make it stiff.

Weaknesses:    Can't really think of any except maybe the 16.5" size feel a little bigger.

Bottom Line:   
I really enjoy riding this bike. It's really stiff and durable. I've had zero issues with the frame. Lightweight frame builds up to approx. 20lbs with sram xo/stans. Nice geometry too with a sloping toptube. I run this bike with either a 650b wheelset or a 650b in the front and 26" in the rear. The bike actually feels better with the larger wheels and there are no clearance issues with a 2.1 in the rear. I use a 26" fork as well with no issues (fox f120). Really fun and comfortable setup. I'm not sure if Azonic still makes this frame.

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Favorite Trail:   Big Trees - Bass Lake, Ca.

Duration Product Used:   2 years

Price Paid:    $200.00

Purchased At:   individual

Bike Setup:   Azonic AZ-7 - Fox F120 - 1x10 Sram XO - Race Face Dues cranks - Magura Marta brakes - Stans Crest wheelset
Rocky Mountain Element - Fox F120 - 2x10 Sram XX & XO - Magura MT8 brakes - Enve XC wheelset

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