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Mountain bikes which are designed mainly for mountain biking. They are usually ridden on dirt trails and many other unpaved surfaces. When compared to road bicycles they are better and rugged enough for such unfriendly terrain.

It would not be easy just walking into a shop and selecting the bikes. Each bike in the store serves different purposes. One needs bikes that will fit his personality well come at price within his budget and also he needs to enjoy riding it. Comfort and safety are also other important factors. Most important of all, the bikes must be worth the money.

These Haro mountain bikes have broad, knobbier tires for more grip and absorption of shock. In modern bikes, suspension for front wheel has become the custom while suspension for the full front and rear is becoming more and more general. In few Haro mountain bikes, the handlebars are fixed with bar ends, but riser handlebars which are made such that they oppose to a flat straight handlebar are becoming increasingly popular because a very few riders use bars with their ends extended.

These bikes usually have 26 inches or 559 mm wheels, but many bikes are available in the markets, which have 29 inches or 622 mm wheels. This is the diameter universally used for other normal road bikes which is also known as a 700c.

Some important varieties and colors of Haro mountain bikes are:

BMX HARO F1C

Colour: blue

Colour: yellow

BMX HARO F1

Colour: black

Colour: orange

BMX Backtrail HARO X1

Colour: blue

Colour: black

Colour: orange

BMX HARO F2

Colour: double plat

Colour: green

Colour: black

Colour: red

BMX HARO PARTIAL 16

Colour: black

are very popular among the professionals. It is a very stylish bike designed mainly for mountain biking. The important features of this bike are:

They are very light in weight, they provide better climbing and acceleration, they are laterally stiff, they give us a submissive ride and absorb vibrations and most important of all they are drop-dead gorgeous. They provide more comfort and style.

The components used for making the bike are efficient and very strong. One can also upgrade a few areas to lessen the weight or make it look more stylish or even to improve performance of the bike. But if the buyer is on a budget then the bike has an excellent built with stylish looks.

Haro mountain bikes feel very stiff while ascending and gives optimum performance. Riding is highly comfortable and enjoyable. They have a rugged and resilient structure that means they would last long. They are very popular among the top riders.

It is very convenient because of the simplicity in its design that makes it very easy to repair. The bike has enough strength to go on epic rides but it may get a little uncomfortable. Overall Haro mountain bikes are one of the very best available in the market. It is available in many price ranges affordable for all. Go for Haro bikes for great performance and an enjoyable ride.
 

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If this was written by a 6th grader, OK, fine piece of writing - if not; :eek:ut:

Reminds me of that on lady who wrote biking tips in her blog - can't remember the name tho ;)
 

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It does sound like it was written by a non native English speaker. If it was don't be too harsh - many of us couldn't write anything that well in a second language.

However, if it WAS written by a native English speaker...!
 

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komekomegaijin said:
It does sound like it was written by a non native English speaker. If it was don't be too harsh - many of us couldn't write anything that well in a second language.

However, if it WAS written by a native English speaker...!
No, It wasn't the grammar or arrangement of sentences, but the "Analysis".
- foreign speaker or not, it's just...I don't know if there's an emoticon to paste. :skep:
 

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I'd love to read a write-up of my bike by the same writer (here is the bike):

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:



Surely it would mention something about homeless encampments and "will work for food" signs. :thumbsup:
 
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