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    Haro Mary!

    This is the SS Version but there is a gearie-only version, too. Both have a dropout that can take a derailleur hanger.

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    Holy Crapsicles!
    This is going to be one heck of a year for us and 29ers!

    Guess you need to run a Mary bar on this one, eh?

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    Down tube gusset
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    The stays are flattened and the dimple will not be in the production bikes
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    The singlespeed Mary will be speced with the Mary bar
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    The gearie version will have funky straight bars.

    The TT decal
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    SS version = EBB and the metallic "Ginger" paint.

    Gearie = regular BB and a metallic "Humbolt" medium dark green.

    Both will be sold as complete bikes with the RS Tora fork.
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    It's happened. On-One goes OEM!
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    Rrrrrrr, that looks very Crispy, thanks for sharing!

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    I bet they won't be able to make them fast enough. Haro may not seem like a high end bike, but every one that I ever rode had excellant geometry, handled great, and rode like a dream.
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    Take THAT Trek and your "96er"!

    Finally! (WHEW!) I've been sitting on this info for months now! Glad to see the "cat" is finally outta the bag now! Time to rejoice all you lovers of steel, geared only hardtails!

    This is what Trek should have done instaed of that............whatever!

    Haro better get ready to have it's doors knocked down! Only one nit so far....... Why does the gearie version have to be a shade of green? Is this the official color of 29"ers, or what?

    Anyway, cheers to Haro! Glad to see this come to the light of day! (Thanks martini for torturing me with the super secret info months ago! )

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    Wow...world domination can't be far behind. It's gonna be a real interesting year. I'm especially looking forward to the point at which Fox and Manitou finally cave in and make forks.

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    Cool! It doesn't have Haro's characteristic bent top tube (thankfully).

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    This is huge !

    Couldn't have picked a better manufacurer to come on board to fill the inexpensive,geared, steel void in the 29er market.
    Any idea on the release date and weight ?

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    Good move...

    I have to give Haro a pat on the back for the ballsy move. And the bike is beautiful..... good stuff..
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    Geared and SS specific steel frames . Nice. I bought my custom bikes one year too early!

    Oh well. I have four 29ers at this point. I don't think my wife will notice ONE more.

    Hmmmm, Salsa or Haro . . .

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    Will there be a frame only option from Haro as well?

    Must search for local Haro Dealers now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MMcG
    Will there be a frame only option from Haro as well?

    Must search for local Haro Dealers now.
    If you find one...let me know... How do I get one?

    Does anyone have any idea of how much?

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    Quote Originally Posted by toddre
    If you find one...let me know... How do I get one?

    Does anyone have any idea of how much?

    I hope it is cheap. I think I may be able to talk the wife into letting me get a cheap single this summer if I can find some way to make a couple of bucks. Looks good. Price I am guessing is around 799 to 849 if I were to guess. I haven't been on a Haro since my 1992 Haro Extreme elevated chainstay bike.

    I am thinkin' hard about the Redline too.

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    Bike shown seems to be a personal ride around a sample frame. The mentioned $500 price might well work with more typical complete-bike parts. Like the Redline.

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    Any idea on balpark cost? Looks like some competition for the GF Rig.

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    I'm jonesin to see the green gearie photos. Bring em on Shiggy!

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    Just talked to my local LBS owner

    29er friendly shop and he said he knows the designer and the MSRP was going to be around $1000. Also, it's supposed to be Reynolds 853. All I know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ParkerFly
    29er friendly shop and he said he knows the designer and the MSRP was going to be around $1000. Also, it's supposed to be Reynolds 853. All I know.
    $1K for the complete bike right?

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    Good deal, more choices = cheaper costs for us, plus hopefully increased selections of 29r gear!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ParkerFly
    29er friendly shop and he said he knows the designer and the MSRP was going to be around $1000. Also, it's supposed to be Reynolds 853. All I know.
    Is that for SS or geared ?

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    Green Mary
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    IIRC complete bike price will be roughly $1100 (geared) & $900 (singlespeed).
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    Another angle
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