Motobecane 700HT 2002 Hardtail

4/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $750.00


Product Description

  • 24 Speed LX Disc Brake Hardtail
  • Frame M-Wing 7005 Aluminum
  • Fork Rock Shox Judy TT
  • Rims/Hubs Alloy Alex M-Wing Sealed
  • Tires Kenda K-850 2.1
  • Derailleur (F) FD-M510
  • Derailleur (R) Shimano LX
  • Shifters Shimano SL MC20
  • Crankset TruVativ Firex-LR
  • Brakes/Levers Tektro Disc
  • Bar/Stem M-Wing Comp Aluminum
  • Colors Black BR Red


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    User Reviews

    Overall Rating:4
    Value Rating:4
    Submitted by Nathan Kelley from New Haven, CT

    Date Reviewed: August 26, 2004

    Strengths:    Light bike, extremely strong frame, great bike for the price

    Weaknesses:    Components are kinda weak, no doubt you get what you pay for in this department, front fork is good for single track but lacks the travel for good freeride/downhill riding

    Bottom Line:   
    The bottom line, if you are a first time rider or looking for a strong bike to just ride, than this is the bike for you. I was shocked how strong the frame and wheel set is on this bike. Took out some decent stuff with this bike, including many 5 footers, a 9 footer and some sick downhill chutes. But the bike has it's limits and the harder you push it the harder is pushes back. I just got an 03 kona stinky dee lux so I will never use this bike again, but I would recomended it to anyone looking for a starter bike/single tack bike.

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    Favorite Trail:   Trumbull

    Duration Product Used:   6 months

    Price Paid:    $400.00

    Purchased At:   Online

    Bike Setup:   Took off cheap disc brakes and went with the traditional v-brakes, had to replace pedals and crank

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    My Moto 700HT

    is here in Memphis (my home) but won't be delivered until tomorrow!:madman: Can't wait to get it put together. Unfortunately, suppose to rain the next few days. Hope the assembly goes smoothly. Not worried about assembly, but a little about getting everything tuned/adjusted. The derailleur ... Read More »

    700HT Max tire width/clearance

    Hey all, I've had my 700HT for a little over a year and I love it. I am currently running the stock tires, which seem to do fairly well, though of course since I have not tried out any other tires I can't really say just how good they compare to others. My question for all the other 700HT owne ... Read More »

    Motobecane 700HT??????

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    New 700HT... adjusting derailleur

    Newbie alert :D Thought about posting in the drivetrain forum, just wasn't sure since i'm all new to this. I can move the thread if it doesn't belong here. So I assembled my my 95% partially assembled [URL="http://www.bikesdirect.com/products/motobecane/motobecane_700HT_xi.htm"]700HT[/URL] S ... Read More »

    600HT / 700HT/ Fantom29er

    well, I had full intentions on ordering the Fantom Trail, but it's sold out. I'm looking towards the 600HT(which would give me room to go ahead and start some modifications out the box), 700HT which I would ride how it was, and the Fantom 29er. I've never riden a 29er and have heard nothing but Pr ... Read More »

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