Specialized HRXC XC Hardtail

3.5/5 (4 Reviews)


Product Description

  • A1 Premium Aluminum frame, ORE DT
  • RST Capa T26 fork, 80mm travel
  • Specialized Fast Trak LK Sport tires
  • Specialized XC saddle, kevlar sides
  • Specialized alloy seatpost


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Reviews 1 - 4 (4 Reviews Total)

User Reviews

Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:4
Submitted by Gabriel Uranga a Weekend Warrior from Parras, Mexico

Date Reviewed: September 27, 2010

Strengths:    A1 sturdy frame, good geometry, nice looks (black/silver colors).

Weaknesses:    cheap components, unadjustable RST Capa fork. tires are not good in loose dirt.

Bottom Line:   
Until something breaks, seems to be a strong and confidence inspiring ride. A great choice for a beginner.
hasn't seen a lot of rough action but seems capable.

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Favorite Trail:   Madero trail

Duration Product Used:   2 Years

Price Paid:    $520.00

Purchased At:   garnier sports

Similar Products Used:   GT Outpost (nice frame, but even worst components)

Bike Setup:   original setup.

Overall Rating:3
Value Rating:3
Submitted by chain_slap a Weekend Warrior from Oklahoma City

Date Reviewed: March 18, 2010

Strengths:    Frame is light and sturdy, V brake and disc mounts, Paint is durable, Tires are outstanding

Weaknesses:    Cheap component set, you get what you pay for.

Bottom Line:   
For $300 dollars you get a great frame, good tires, and a horrible component set. So far it has proved to be a reliable bike. Would like to upgrade the drive train, but going to wait until something breaks or wears out.

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Favorite Trail:   Bluff Creek

Duration Product Used:   More than 3 years

Price Paid:    $300.00

Purchased At:   Bicycle Alley

Similar Products Used:   None, first XC bike

Bike Setup:   Stock except for better grips, brake pads, and seat.

Overall Rating:3
Value Rating:3
Submitted by panpan75 a Weekend Warrior from Sacramento, CA

Date Reviewed: May 1, 2009

Strengths:    Clean ride. Very light A1 frame.

Weaknesses:    Cheap components. The frame is the only thing of real value. Shocks work but have no lockout for street riding.

Bottom Line:   
I know it was a gift but I'm gonna end up spending more on good parts that the bike itself is valued.

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Favorite Trail:   American River.... So far, still a n00b

Duration Product Used:   3 months

Price Paid:    $360.00

Purchased At:   IT was a gift

Similar Products Used:   Specialized Stumpjumper

Bike Setup:   Specialized A1 frame, Fat boy slicks, Surly SS hub w Godspeed tensioner. Still building it up to be an urban assault bike.

Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:3
Submitted by Bernie from Hamilton, New Zealand

Date Reviewed: March 4, 2008

Strengths:    Good weight frame, agile but at the same time really confident sturdy ride.. Have given mine a few upgrades just to suit my style of riding, works well for me for all conditions.. Especially muddy cross country tracks.

Weaknesses:    The standard gear set-up could be a bit better... Upgraded mine to the Shimano Alivio set. Brilliant!

Bottom Line:   
GET ONE!!!!

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Favorite Trail:   Hamilton MTB Track

Duration Product Used:   2 Years

Price Paid:    $400.00

Purchased At:   Blackmans Bicycles, Penrith, Sydney, NSW, Australia

Similar Products Used:   A gary Fischer.. and had a trek for a while... Prefer the specialized by far.

Bike Setup:   Standard HRXC 2006 Model... Upgraded to Shimano Alivio Gear setup, running Michelin Mountain Xtreme tyres... Awesome for rough terrain and mud riding!

Reviews 1 - 4 (4 Reviews Total)

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Crankset upgrade for 07 specializrd hrxc

So after picking this bike up a couple weeks ago i have 1 complaint. The crankset seems to be not enough. Going through a bike path especially on a down hill i cant catch up when pedalling. When at highest gear 3 in front and 7th gear in read( i know not recommended) I have to coast or slow down ... Read More »

HRXC When do I upgrade the frame and why?

I bought my first bike after 10+ years of not owning one. I've had the hrxc for 1.5 years and love it so far. I'm a gearhead and love modding things instead of buying them already built. So far my mods are: 203mm front, 185mm rear BB7s with Cleansweep G2 rotors and ceramic pads Speed dial 7 lev ... Read More »

HRXC and brake cable tab

my girlfriend got a HRXC last summer, and really loves it...but, there's these 2 little tabs that clamp the rear brake cable to the frame, so it can run back to the brake...and, the 2 tabs broke off, leaving the cable to dangle freely. i'm afraid she's gonna catch the cable with her foot mounting t ... Read More »

Newbie needs advice. GF Wahoo or Specialized HRXC?

I'm relatively new to mountain biking, but have learn a lot just reading these forums. I'm upgrading from a dept. store Pacific and have focused in on either the Gary Fisher Wahoo or the Specialized HRXC. My LBS has both on sale since they are '08 models. I rode both around the parking lot and ... Read More »

opinions on hydr brakes, dart 3 for hrxc and carbon seat post and handle bars?????

[FONT="Comic Sans MS"][SIZE="4"][/SIZE][/FONT][COLOR="Blue"][/COLOR]looking at making some minor upgrades to my hrxc and wanted to get some opinions when it came getting hydro brakes from hayes or avid......also some opinions on carbon seatpost and handlebars(bent the bars that came with the bike).. ... Read More »

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