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    Haro Zero One vs. Trek Bruiser

    Trek bruiser 2005 model
    Haro Zero One 2006 model

    Which model is more worth the money? Both are 400 dollars on sale. The haro is on sale from 1100 and the trek is on salee from 800

    I will be using the bikes for dirt jumping (light)

    So between these two bikes which is reccomended

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    I like the Haro's geometry more.

    Do you have the possibility of trying both? If so, do it and buy the one you like best.

    The haro is bound to have better components.

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    i have a trek bruiser 1, came with rigid forks, v brakes, not sure what year it is but its a strong bike, ive had loadsa crashes and its fine, just gets scratched thats all

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    Snaky's right. The Haro is waaay better for jumping. I've tried both (I actually own the first production Zero). While you can use the Bruiser as a decent jumper, it will feel taller and heavier than the Zero. I think it functions better as an all around trail bike.

    I'd choose the Zero for your specific needs, especially if both are at $400.
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    The Snake is right on with this one...

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    msrp on the 06 zero one is $660 whoever told you $1100 is taking you for a ride!

    They both have some pretty low end stuff, suntour forks, etc

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