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    My new ride

    I just received my Haro Werks DSR from the post office.
    This is my first decent bike, all my other bikes were bought from Canadian Tire and other similar stores. (i've been wanting a urban/dirt jumper for years)

    Here are all it's specs:
    -1 size fits all (~15")
    -04 Marzocchi DJIII forks
    -Funn Serial Killa stem
    -Easton monkey bars lock on grips
    -Hayes hydraulic brakes w/ 6 rotors, 8 sp.
    -Sram 7.0,
    -Truvativ cranks w/ chain guide and tensionerformula hubs
    -26 wheels (rigida laser 420)

    It's in really good condition, the fork looks new and it hasn't been abused at all.
    With shipping it cost a little over 500$ Canadian ]

    Tell me what you think!

    I only have 1 picture right now, I'll go look for my digital camera and post a few more later on.

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    I think you got yourself fine and capable bike. Welcome to the club! Have fun!

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    Meh.
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    Looks great, even for one of the older frames.

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    Looks nice and fun

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    I don't know what canadian tire bikes are, but I can imagine.... wayta' step it up, you're sure to be hooked now, haha.... ride-on!
    Schralp it Heavy.

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    that frame looks goofy

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    Nice ride.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aggiebiker
    that frame looks goofy
    Yea .. it might look goofy , but that frame rides better than 89% of the current bikes out there today . The HARO works frames were really sweet when they first came out , I lusted after the one that had at my LBS for a wile .
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    I bet that thing would rip on a 4X track.

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    looks like it will rip on the 4X and BMX tracks. i like it

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