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    07 escapes

    whats the max/min recommended fork to use in these bad boys?

    I'm looking forward to purchasing one in the next few weeks. Using the x6 for everything (street, xc, am trails, commuing) is tiring. yes, i only have one bike and i love it. Yet riding a hardtail is different.

    A haro hardtail would fix that right up! and my x6 would only be used in the trails. Heck, if i love the escape, i might even use that for the trails too.

    thanks haro for bringing back the escape!

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    You are very welcome!

    The Escape is an awesome bike; it really is one of our most versatile bikes. It really can be used for so many different types of riding.

    As for the forks, you can run anywhere from a 100mm fork up to a 130mm. I personally think the 120mm forks work best on these bikes.

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    SO beefy......
    But why the tora?
    and frame set only is not available correct?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rwmaximus1k
    SO beefy......
    But why the tora?
    and frame set only is not available correct?
    Just as the Escape bikes can be used for everything from shore to urban to a little trail riding, the Tora is a really great all-around, versatile fork. It also fits into the price point of this bike.

    And yes, you are correct. They are not available as a frameset.

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