Intense Tazer HT Freeride Hardtail

Intense Tazer HT Freeride Hardtail 

DESCRIPTION

Add an Intense Tazer HT Frame to the quiver and dial it in for your focus-demanding, nerve-requiring, two-wheeled discipline. Install reliable, heavy-duty components and exceed maximum amplitude on dirt jumps, murder the Tazer out and boost it off stair gaps on midnight urban adventures, or build the HT up with a smart mix of feathery parts and explore the limits of traction on a 4X course. Whatever your intentions, the Tazer's proven angles, stout, manipulated 6061 T-6 aluminum tubing, and vers

USER REVIEWS

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[Jan 21, 2013]
Jake

Strength:

Strong lightish stiff able to set up how ever
Magic geometry

Weakness:

I only want to ride this bike. I have a new Ellsworth method frame sitting at home collecting dust

I love this bike and for everything. I do north star Pacifica all the jumps, Santa Cruz Pleasanton bmx track street and some trials on this. I'm about 5'6" 150lbs with a light touch. Ive had lots off bikes and this is my favorite

Similar Products Used:

Ellsworth specialist, moment, sc camealion, bullit, super 8 foes fly

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
[Jun 24, 2009]
Eric
Weekend Warrior

Strength:

looks, strength, stiffness, chainstay length

Weakness:

tire clearance, but the frame is pre-2.5 Muddy Mary days

This setup turns this bike into a freight train, but it's still nimble enough to carve trails. I bought it kitted out for DJ, but I'm lightening the build to race DS next season. This frame is a legend, will never part with it. Have heard horror stories of BB shell separation when the frame is used for unintended purposes but this thing is stiiiiiiff.

Similar Products Used:

Ellsworth Specialist

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
4
[Feb 14, 2009]
jason
Weekend Warrior

Strength:

stiff

Weakness:

CANT FIT A 2.35 HIGHROLLER STUPID

I would buy this bike again if I did not want to fit a bigger tire. all and all its fun b

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
3
[Dec 31, 2006]
Jason Allen
Racer

Strength:

Stiff as a mother. Sprints like its on crack.

Weakness:

not as light as I would like. frame is about 6 pounds. I wish they could have taken some material out to make it around 5 pounds but the extra pound makes it stiff in the headtube and bb area

The only two week things on this frame is the weight of the frame and the cost(1000 retail) if you can buy one used or through a shop trying to get rid of one then get it. You will not be sorry if you do, if you are looking for a bike thats designed for gate racing then this is it

Similar Products Used:

Evil DOC, HARO WERKS DSR

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
3
[Jun 06, 2006]
Oli Cannon
Downhiller

Strength:

Street,Downhill,Jumping

Weakness:

None

Great all round bike for Street, Jumping, Downhill Racing.
rating 10/10

official rating = 9/10 for Street
9/10 for Downhill racing
10/10 for Jumping

LIGHT AS A FEATHER!!!!

Similar Products Used:

Santa Cruz V10, Intense M3, New Santa Cruz V10, Santa Cruz Chamelion

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
[Jul 01, 2004]
Geordy
Weekend Warrior

Strength:

The geometry of this frame is the best I've ever rode. The frame tracks awesome. It's light weight (relatively) & burley.

Weakness:

Maybe the price if you pay retail. It's a shorter frame which isn't a weakness for me but could be for some.

I couldn't be happier with the frame. I don't know why more people don't post a review. The price is for the complete bike by the way. Also, mine is a 2003 but I don't think there's any differences. Then again, there's not much info out there on this awesome bike. I'm somewhere just above a beginner but below intermediate so I don't have the skills to take this frame to it's limits but I think I would break long before the bike would. I've only taken it for one ride so far so maybe I'll post another review in a few months after some good drops. This bike is is MUCH more fun than the Uzzi ever was.

Similar Products Used:

Specialized P2, Intense Uzzi

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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