Haro 2000 Werks XCR Hardtail Bike

Haro 2000 Werks XCR Hardtail Bike 

DESCRIPTION

  • Forks - Rock Shox Sid XC 100mm Travel
  • Brakes - Shimano XT Disc Brake
  • Rim - Mavic X317 for Disc 32h

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    [Jul 27, 2006]
    RabidSqrl
    Racer

    Strength:

    Light, looks nice, and is strong. Haven't broken this frame yet

    Weakness:

    None that I have found.

    I bought the frame only back in 2000 to use as my primary race bike. I built it up to be as light as I could without going overboard with cost. I'm a tall person and the geometry of the frame works great for me. It's also a very light bike. Although the frame looks fragile in some places (near the dropouts in particular), it has handled many rough trails and rock gardens without damage. I like the bike so much that I recently started to upgrade it instead of buying a new frame. Upgrades so far have been replacing the brakes from Avid SD mags to BB7s. And I'll also be replacing the XMO fork (light fork but not plush) with some flavor of fox fork.. Talus, 80RLT, 100RLT, etc. Depends what I find a good deal on. Anyway I love this bike and it has been nothing but a great ride!

    Similar Products Used:

    Haro Escape 7.3 and various other hardtails.

    OVERALL
    RATING
    5
    VALUE
    RATING
    5
    [Nov 13, 2000]
    Brian

    Strength:

    XT Full XT with XT Discs Sid 100

    Weakness:

    A little stiff

    This is a great balance between XC racer and freeride hardtail. Its made of Easton pipes and is fairly light for the ease with which it handles the terrain

    Similar Products Used:

    Trek 8900, Schwinn Sweet Spot

    OVERALL
    RATING
    4
    VALUE
    RATING
    3
    [Jul 19, 2001]
    Edgar B
    Cross Country Rider

    Strength:

    Short seat tube with a long top tube, tons of top tube clearence, allowing you to switch to a smaller frame size then usual that has a great ride.

    Weakness:

    None yet.

    The perfect bike for a tall person who wants to get into trial riding, the geometry works great. I did build a lot different then the way it comes stock.

    Similar Products Used:

    I also have a Team Issue Mt Fuji that I build specific for cross country, and my Haro is more of a urban assault trial riding.

    OVERALL
    RATING
    4
    VALUE
    RATING
    4
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