Haro Back Trail X24 2002 BMX

Back Trail X24

User Reviews (7)

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KERPAL ABDUAL   Weekend Warrior [May 29, 2003]
Strength:

POOTER

Weakness:

POOTER

UR MOM POOTER WANG

Similar Products Used: POOTER
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RATING
1
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1
CUBA TRUJILLO   Weekend Warrior [Sep 11, 2002]
Strength:

CHROMOLY FRAME,14 MM REAR HUBS AND U BRAKE MOUNTS.

Weakness:

3PC CRAMKS ARE UNSEALED AND HEAVY.

WITH A CRUISER SET UP LIKE THIS ONE.I GET THE OPPETUNITY TO RIDE STREET DIRT JUMPING AND SLALOM.WITH HAVING TO WORRY ABOUT GEARS OR ANY OTHER MICSELANIOUS PARTS THAT MTB BIKE HAVE. SPEND LESS AND JUST HAVE THE THREE STYLES OF RIDING FOR A SSIMPLE PRICE WITH OUT HAVING TO OWN ONE BIKE FOR EACH STYLE OF RIDING .

Similar Products Used: TWENTY INCH KINK EMPIRE FRAME SET UP FOR STREET RIDIN G.
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4
VALUE
RATING
4
M.B.K. K.l.I.S.   [Dec 27, 2001]
Strength:

Very strong frame.stiff handling.all around fun bike

If you want to buy a cruiser this is the one to buy

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5
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4
Jeff   Cross Country Rider [Sep 29, 2002]
Strength:

takes loads of abuse, perfect for riding around campus, didn't cost a fortune!

Weakness:

it's a tank!!!

excellent bike for the money (hooray for factory clearance), built to take abuse, great for cross training for mountain biking...workout for the upper body! all-around blast to ride

Similar Products Used: Specialized racing cruiser
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4
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5
dave   Downhiller [Apr 06, 2002]
Strength:

24" dirt street bike

Weakness:

the parts, wheels bars and forks bend easy, cranks are solid steel.

nice frame but you will need to up grade parts

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4
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3
Fat Chrees   Downhiller [May 01, 2002]
Strength:

Hardcore jump bike, stiff

Weakness:

Heavy as f*ck, bearings dont last very long at all.

Good bike for the money, but i had to change the bearings in less than two months. bear in mind i live in the uk, and the weather isnt great, but if your after a good, solid bike for a bit of dirt etc, if you dont mind lugging the weight around

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4
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4
Chris Brattle   Downhiller [May 06, 2002]
Strength:

Er, Strength, and lots of it.
Not bad spec for the price either, nice wide bars, which is rare on a BMX.
Lovely handling

Weakness:

Oem pedals are useless, swapped for DK Iron Crosses, ditched front brake straight off also.
Silly heavy cranks, but you're not gonna bend them, BB bearings need tightening regulaly, no matter how much you tighten them.

I bought my old cruiser as a shopping bike, I wanted something robust and simple and not so expensive that it would get immediately stolen (Brum is bad for Bike theft) needless to say I fell in love with the whole 24" thing and despite it's sterling service once I saw the X24 in a catalogue I decided that was the bike for me.

It's very heavy, the cranks in particular could use being upgraded to some tubular items to save some weight. The BB isn't the best item either as no matter how much Loc-tite I use the bearings keep on developing play and I have to tighten the lock-rings.

Still, this is a minor niggle, apart from this the bike has performed beautifully, it's stiffness and agility is a revelation after riding a big DH bike for so long it accelerates like nothing else, generally an ideal second bike for any MTBer wanting to get back to basics but doesn't like twenty-inchers.

Similar Products Used: Haro TRX2.2 Many 24inch MTB's
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RATING
5
VALUE
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4
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