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    Roll Call! Show us your Haro please.

    Post photos and spec. How does it fit your riding style?

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    04 Haro X2 - Size small (I'm 5'-9") - Mostly stock.
    Changes (don't think theyre all shown in the pics):
    • Hayes Mags
    • Titec El Norte Beserker seat
    • Thomson layback seatpost
    • ODI Ruffian & clamps (cut bars down a bit too)
    • Crank Bro's 5050's

    Future:
    • Desperately need to upgrade the fork soon
    • Wheelset
    • Likely do something w/ the rear shock, either PUSH or change it.




    Lil' drop to flat...

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    This is mine- 06 Shift R5
    Haro Hucker

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    04 and 05 Werx

    05 Haro Werx 5 (size s), built from frame only. 04 Werx (size xs), now my wife's bike.
    The xs was a little small for me (I'm about 177cm), the s fits just perfectly. The 04 werx is a much lighter bike. My 05 is burlier, has xt 4 pots, heavier wheel set etc. I'm very happy with my Haros, trying to talk my friends into buying haro too.
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    Haro Mary 29Ss here.

    Proto version, so the only 'stock' thing is the frame and the Reba.
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    Just a regular guy.

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    My '04 X1, I put Marzocchi AM1 forks, CB Eggbeater SL, Avid Juicy 5, and changed the seat, awesome bike, I ride mostly moderate to aggressive XC, it's probably a little heavy for it at 36 pounds, but I don't notice it.
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    04 Extreme X2.
    The cranks, rear shock, front derailer (that is being replaced soon), seatpost, rims, stem, handlebars and grips are still stock. Everything else has been broken and replaced. The swingarm is off an 04 x1. I cracked the original swingarm.

    Fork is an 05 Marzocchi All Mountain SL.
    Shimano LX Brake levers with Shimano Saint Calipers.
    Shimano Saint rear hub and derailer.
    XT shifters and cassette.

    For as much as I have had to replace, this bike is still cheaper and just as capable as any of the boutique brands. It has survived a hell of alot of abuse. Mostly light freeride and very aggressive trail riding.
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    What do we want? TIME TRAVEL! When do want it? THAT'S IRRELEVANT!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattress
    My '04 X1, I put Marzocchi AM1 forks, CB Eggbeater SL, Avid Juicy 5, and changed the seat, awesome bike, I ride mostly moderate to aggressive XC, it's probably a little heavy for it at 36 pounds, but I don't notice it.
    Dude!! WTF is that on your stem, a Sega Genesis??

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    Quote Originally Posted by kenjihara
    Dude!! WTF is that on your stem, a Sega Genesis??
    My GPS, I've had it for like 4 years, so it's a little bigger than the new ones.

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    Nice bikes, everyone!

    OK, now I'll show you my most recent addition to the stable. One-off custom color Sonix VL120 frame, custom fizik Rondine saddle, pink King headset and hubs, XTR everything else....
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    Quote Originally Posted by downhilljill
    OK, now I'll show you my most recent addition to the stable. One-off custom color Sonix VL120 frame, custom fizik Rondine saddle, pink King headset and hubs, XTR everything else....
    Excellent bike Jill. So what do you know about the mystery VLS bike that appeared in MBA a few issues ago? It had a RS Pike fork and was very aggressive.
    What do we want? TIME TRAVEL! When do want it? THAT'S IRRELEVANT!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NMPhi767
    Excellent bike Jill. So what do you know about the mystery VLS bike that appeared in MBA a few issues ago? It had a RS Pike fork and was very aggressive.
    That was a prototype of our Xeon VL160 bike that will be introduced with our 2007 line. It's a 6.5" travel version of the Sonix.

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    Quote Originally Posted by downhilljill
    OK, now I'll show you my most recent addition to the stable. One-off custom color Sonix VL120 frame, custom fizik Rondine saddle, pink King headset and hubs, XTR everything else....
    Lets see some pics of you on the bike!!

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    Here is my rollout.

    2004 x2 nad has been a rgeat bike.
    I moved up to sometihng with more travel though recently.

    Could not have asked anything more for the price.

    It's currently for sale on ridemonkey...
    Fame or whole.....



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    Hailing from Reno, NV by way of Vegas...
    Now rockin the Big Hit!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Sweet Jesus! Jill.. thats a very nice Sonix you've got there!

    I kept it the 'standard' color. I liked the gold color on your proto that was used in the first MBA test report and was hoping that the production version would that color. Turned out impossible, but the painted color on the serial version now is very, very cool too. Not too flashy and not too raw.

    here pics of mine, probably the only one in Europe I guess??



    No, I am not retro.... I am way ahead of my time...

    "...though a lot of marijuana was smoked in the early days of mountain bike development, not all of the riders were potsmoking hippies... " Frank J. Berto

    Who's that f#$king Doug Lexington?!

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    Here is mine. 04 Haro 8.3 but it is only going to around for a few more days. I just got a new frame and will swapping most of the parts over.

    Mark Jones

    2009 Specialized Rockhopper Expert Disc 29

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    Quote Originally Posted by downhilljill
    That was a prototype of our Xeon VL160 bike that will be introduced with our 2007 line. It's a 6.5" travel version of the Sonix.
    When does the 2007 line come out?
    What do we want? TIME TRAVEL! When do want it? THAT'S IRRELEVANT!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NMPhi767
    When does the 2007 line come out?
    Generally most all of our mountain bikes are released in the Fall.

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    she's ugly but she's mine...
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    03 Haro Escape 8.1. Only things stock are BB, headset, cranks, seat+seatpost.

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    Haro Extreme 7

    I just picked this up yesterday. I can't wait to abuse it!!

    Fork: Marzocchi Drop Off II, 6"
    Shock: Manitou Metel, 7"
    Crank Set: Truvativ Ruktion 24/36/guard
    Bottom Bracket: Truvativ Howitzer
    Derailleur Front: Shimano Deore
    Derailleur Rear: SRAM X.7
    Hubset: Pivit Disc 32h, 20mm thru front and 12mm x 150mm rear
    Rim: Pivit RM-20, double wall w/ eyelets, 32h
    Spokes: Stainless steel 14g w/ brass nipples
    Tires: Kenda Blue Groove 2.5 front/Nevegal 2.35 rear, w/ Stick-E rubber
    Handlebar: Truvativ Hussefelt triple butted 50mm rise x 680mm wide, 31.8mm
    Stem: Truvativ Holzfeller 1.5
    Grips: Pivit GP-10
    Shiftesr: SRAM X.7 9-speed trigger
    Brakes: Hayes Sole hydraulic w/ 8" rotors
    Brake Lever: Hayes Sole hydraulic

    It's all still stock of course. I may try to do a little bit of uprading eventually, but I'm not in a big hurry to spend more $$.
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    I hope you have a big trunk... 'cuz I'm puttin' my bike in it.

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    It carries the load!


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    That Pink is HOT! Way better than gold. I heard pink was the new gold, or was it the new black.
    Ride Faster Because I Can't

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    Quote Originally Posted by Felony
    It carries the load!

    That is so wild looking! How did you do that?
    What do we want? TIME TRAVEL! When do want it? THAT'S IRRELEVANT!

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    Haro X6 About a week old....so far so good.[IMG][/IMG]

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