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Haro Double Peak Comp 29

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HARO DOUBLE PEAK COMP 29 - GREY STONE

Like the Giant Talon or Cannondale Trail, the new Haro Double Peak Comp 29 is Haro’s upper-end recreational mountain bike. Here are 2 reasons why you should consider it:

First, you’re searching for a capable mountain bike to ride easy off road trails with - such as Lysterfield Park.

Second, you just want a better than average mountain bike that can be used on any type of surface (sealed or unsealed) and you’re going to be riding with the family or for general fitness.

THE FRAME

Haro has gone all out and used an above average grade of aluminium called X6. Lighter and stiffer than what is generally available, this delivers better pedalling response and handling.

Cables are routed internally to keep the Double Peak Comp looking clean and minimising maintenance.

It’s also worth noting that the Comp rolls on the larger diameter 29-inch wheels.

The advantages:

Larger wheels cover longer distances - they are more efficient. Every rotation of the wheel gets you further.

For off-roading, larger diameter wheels roll over small tree roots, rocks and obstacles easier and smoother.

THE COMPONENTS

Starting at the front of the Double Peak Comp 29 we have a Suntour XCM suspension fork. It’s a more solid recreational level fork with 30mm diameter tubes (instead of 28mm - yes that makes a difference) and features a lockout lever.

The blue lockout lever allows you to stop the suspension from moving. This means all the energy you’re putting into pedaling the Double Peak Comp is transferred into forward motion, and not getting absorbed by the movement of the suspension.

The Comp 29 also gets a modern mountain bike drivetrain.

This means there’s a single front gear, that is paired to 10 gears on the back.

Why is this good?

Because there’s no front derailleur, no front gear cable or front shifter. Less moving parts equals less maintenance.

Shimano Deore is the hardware of choice. Just like there are different levels of iPhones or Samsung’s, it’s the same with Shimano’s mountain bike component range.

Deore is best described as ‘affordable performance’. It uses similar tech to the high end stuff, it’s just a lot cheaper to replace.

Because it’s only a single gear on the front, Shimano had to increase the gear range too. So it has a massive 42-tooth rear sprocket (the old one was 36-teeth) and this allows you to climb up much steeper hills easily.

Shimano MT200 hydraulic disc brakes are superb. They have slowly taken over market share because they are reliable, feel amazing and require very little maintenance.

Advantages of hydro disc brakes include:

Smoother braking. Significantly reduced lever effort is required to slow down. This reduces hand fatigue - especially if you’re riding offroad too.

They work far better than caliper or V-brakes in wet conditions. Delivering far safer braking performance.

HARO DOUBLE PEAK COMP 29 - GREY STONE

Like the Giant Talon or Cannondale Trail, the new Haro Double Peak Comp 29 is Haro’s upper-end recreational mountain bike. Here are 2 reasons why you should consider it:

First, you’re searching for a capable mountain bike to ride easy off road trails with - such as Lysterfield Park.

Second, you just want a better than average mountain bike that can be used on any type of surface (sealed or unsealed) and you’re going to be riding with the family or for general fitness.

THE FRAME

Haro has gone all out and used an above average grade of aluminium called X6. Lighter and stiffer than what is generally available, this delivers better pedalling response and handling.

Cables are routed internally to keep the Double Peak Comp looking clean and minimising maintenance.

It’s also worth noting that the Comp rolls on the larger diameter 29-inch wheels.

The advantages:

Larger wheels cover longer distances - they are more efficient. Every rotation of the wheel gets you further.

For off-roading, larger diameter wheels roll over small tree roots, rocks and obstacles easier and smoother.

THE COMPONENTS

Starting at the front of the Double Peak Comp 29 we have a Suntour XCM suspension fork. It’s a more solid recreational level fork with 30mm diameter tubes (instead of 28mm - yes that makes a difference) and features a lockout lever.

The blue lockout lever allows you to stop the suspension from moving. This means all the energy you’re putting into pedaling the Double Peak Comp is transferred into forward motion, and not getting absorbed by the movement of the suspension.

The Comp 29 also gets a modern mountain bike drivetrain.

This means there’s a single front gear, that is paired to 10 gears on the back.

Why is this good?

Because there’s no front derailleur, no front gear cable or front shifter. Less moving parts equals less maintenance.

Shimano Deore is the hardware of choice. Just like there are different levels of iPhones or Samsung’s, it’s the same with Shimano’s mountain bike component range.

Deore is best described as ‘affordable performance’. It uses similar tech to the high end stuff, it’s just a lot cheaper to replace.

Because it’s only a single gear on the front, Shimano had to increase the gear range too. So it has a massive 42-tooth rear sprocket (the old one was 36-teeth) and this allows you to climb up much steeper hills easily.

Shimano MT200 hydraulic disc brakes are superb. They have slowly taken over market share because they are reliable, feel amazing and require very little maintenance.

Advantages of hydro disc brakes include:

Smoother braking. Significantly reduced lever effort is required to slow down. This reduces hand fatigue - especially if you’re riding offroad too.

They work far better than caliper or V-brakes in wet conditions. Delivering far safer braking performance.

HARO DOUBLE PEAK COMP 29 - GREY STONE

Like the Giant Talon or Cannondale Trail, the new Haro Double Peak Comp 29 is Haro’s upper-end recreational mountain bike. Here are 2 reasons why you should consider it:

First, you’re searching for a capable mountain bike to ride easy off road trails with - such as Lysterfield Park.

Second, you just want a better than average mountain bike that can be used on any type of surface (sealed or unsealed) and you’re going to be riding with the family or for general fitness.

THE FRAME

Haro has gone all out and used an above average grade of aluminium called X6. Lighter and stiffer than what is generally available, this delivers better pedalling response and handling.

Cables are routed internally to keep the Double Peak Comp looking clean and minimising maintenance.

It’s also worth noting that the Comp rolls on the larger diameter 29-inch wheels.

The advantages:

Larger wheels cover longer distances - they are more efficient. Every rotation of the wheel gets you further.

For off-roading, larger diameter wheels roll over small tree roots, rocks and obstacles easier and smoother.

THE COMPONENTS

Starting at the front of the Double Peak Comp 29 we have a Suntour XCM suspension fork. It’s a more solid recreational level fork with 30mm diameter tubes (instead of 28mm - yes that makes a difference) and features a lockout lever.

The blue lockout lever allows you to stop the suspension from moving. This means all the energy you’re putting into pedaling the Double Peak Comp is transferred into forward motion, and not getting absorbed by the movement of the suspension.

The Comp 29 also gets a modern mountain bike drivetrain.

This means there’s a single front gear, that is paired to 10 gears on the back.

Why is this good?

Because there’s no front derailleur, no front gear cable or front shifter. Less moving parts equals less maintenance.

Shimano Deore is the hardware of choice. Just like there are different levels of iPhones or Samsung’s, it’s the same with Shimano’s mountain bike component range.

Deore is best described as ‘affordable performance’. It uses similar tech to the high end stuff, it’s just a lot cheaper to replace.

Because it’s only a single gear on the front, Shimano had to increase the gear range too. So it has a massive 42-tooth rear sprocket (the old one was 36-teeth) and this allows you to climb up much steeper hills easily.

Shimano MT200 hydraulic disc brakes are superb. They have slowly taken over market share because they are reliable, feel amazing and require very little maintenance.

Advantages of hydro disc brakes include:

Smoother braking. Significantly reduced lever effort is required to slow down. This reduces hand fatigue - especially if you’re riding offroad too.

They work far better than caliper or V-brakes in wet conditions. Delivering far safer braking performance.

HARO DOUBLE PEAK COMP 29 - GREY STONE

Like the Giant Talon or Cannondale Trail, the new Haro Double Peak Comp 29 is Haro’s upper-end recreational mountain bike. Here are 2 reasons why you should consider it:

First, you’re searching for a capable mountain bike to ride easy off road trails with - such as Lysterfield Park.

Second, you just want a better than average mountain bike that can be used on any type of surface (sealed or unsealed) and you’re going to be riding with the family or for general fitness.

THE FRAME

Haro has gone all out and used an above average grade of aluminium called X6. Lighter and stiffer than what is generally available, this delivers better pedalling response and handling.

Cables are routed internally to keep the Double Peak Comp looking clean and minimising maintenance.

It’s also worth noting that the Comp rolls on the larger diameter 29-inch wheels.

The advantages:

Larger wheels cover longer distances - they are more efficient. Every rotation of the wheel gets you further.

For off-roading, larger diameter wheels roll over small tree roots, rocks and obstacles easier and smoother.

THE COMPONENTS

Starting at the front of the Double Peak Comp 29 we have a Suntour XCM suspension fork. It’s a more solid recreational level fork with 30mm diameter tubes (instead of 28mm - yes that makes a difference) and features a lockout lever.

The blue lockout lever allows you to stop the suspension from moving. This means all the energy you’re putting into pedaling the Double Peak Comp is transferred into forward motion, and not getting absorbed by the movement of the suspension.

The Comp 29 also gets a modern mountain bike drivetrain.

This means there’s a single front gear, that is paired to 10 gears on the back.

Why is this good?

Because there’s no front derailleur, no front gear cable or front shifter. Less moving parts equals less maintenance.

Shimano Deore is the hardware of choice. Just like there are different levels of iPhones or Samsung’s, it’s the same with Shimano’s mountain bike component range.

Deore is best described as ‘affordable performance’. It uses similar tech to the high end stuff, it’s just a lot cheaper to replace.

Because it’s only a single gear on the front, Shimano had to increase the gear range too. So it has a massive 42-tooth rear sprocket (the old one was 36-teeth) and this allows you to climb up much steeper hills easily.

Shimano MT200 hydraulic disc brakes are superb. They have slowly taken over market share because they are reliable, feel amazing and require very little maintenance.

Advantages of hydro disc brakes include:

Smoother braking. Significantly reduced lever effort is required to slow down. This reduces hand fatigue - especially if you’re riding offroad too.

They work far better than caliper or V-brakes in wet conditions. Delivering far safer braking performance.

Colour Matte Stone Grey
Frame 6000 series aluminium, smooth welding, 29 specific geometry, internal cable routing
Fork Suntour XCM 30, 100mm travel, hydraulic lockout
Handlebar Pivit aluminum, 31.8mm
Stem Pivit 3D forged, aluminium
Seatpost Pivit, aluminium, 31.6mm
Saddle WTB Volt Sport
Pedals Platform
Shifters Shimano Deore, 10 speed
Front Derailleur N/A
Rear Derailleur Shimano Deore M6000, Shadow, 10 speed
Brakes Shimano MT200 hydraulic, 160mm CL discs
Brake Levers Shimano MT201 hydraulic
Cassette Shimano HG500, 11T-42T, 10 speed
Chain KMC X10-1
Crankset FSA Comet Modular MegaExo w/ 30T Megatooth chromoly ring
Bottom Bracket External bearing, sealed
Rims Aluminium, double wall
Hubs Shimano RM35, aluminium, 28H, Centrelock
Spokes Stainless steel, 14G
Tyres Kenda Honey Badger, 29x2.20”
Colour Matte Stone Grey
Frame 6000 series aluminium, smooth welding, 29 specific geometry, internal cable routing
Fork Suntour XCM 30, 100mm travel, hydraulic lockout
Handlebar Pivit aluminum, 31.8mm
Stem Pivit 3D forged, aluminium
Seatpost Pivit, aluminium, 31.6mm
Saddle WTB Volt Sport
Pedals Platform
Shifters Shimano Deore, 10 speed
Front Derailleur N/A
Rear Derailleur Shimano Deore M6000, Shadow, 10 speed
Brakes Shimano MT200 hydraulic, 160mm CL discs
Brake Levers Shimano MT201 hydraulic
Cassette Shimano HG500, 11T-42T, 10 speed
Chain KMC X10-1
Crankset FSA Comet Modular MegaExo w/ 30T Megatooth chromoly ring
Bottom Bracket External bearing, sealed
Rims Aluminium, double wall
Hubs Shimano RM35, aluminium, 28H, Centrelock
Spokes Stainless steel, 14G
Tyres Kenda Honey Badger, 29x2.20”
Colour Matte Stone Grey
Frame 6000 series aluminium, smooth welding, 29 specific geometry, internal cable routing
Fork Suntour XCM 30, 100mm travel, hydraulic lockout
Handlebar Pivit aluminum, 31.8mm
Stem Pivit 3D forged, aluminium
Seatpost Pivit, aluminium, 31.6mm
Saddle WTB Volt Sport
Pedals Platform
Shifters Shimano Deore, 10 speed
Front Derailleur N/A
Rear Derailleur Shimano Deore M6000, Shadow, 10 speed
Brakes Shimano MT200 hydraulic, 160mm CL discs
Brake Levers Shimano MT201 hydraulic
Cassette Shimano HG500, 11T-42T, 10 speed
Chain KMC X10-1
Crankset FSA Comet Modular MegaExo w/ 30T Megatooth chromoly ring
Bottom Bracket External bearing, sealed
Rims Aluminium, double wall
Hubs Shimano RM35, aluminium, 28H, Centrelock
Spokes Stainless steel, 14G
Tyres Kenda Honey Badger, 29x2.20”
Colour Matte Stone Grey
Frame 6000 series aluminium, smooth welding, 29 specific geometry, internal cable routing
Fork Suntour XCM 30, 100mm travel, hydraulic lockout
Handlebar Pivit aluminum, 31.8mm
Stem Pivit 3D forged, aluminium
Seatpost Pivit, aluminium, 31.6mm
Saddle WTB Volt Sport
Pedals Platform
Shifters Shimano Deore, 10 speed
Front Derailleur N/A
Rear Derailleur Shimano Deore M6000, Shadow, 10 speed
Brakes Shimano MT200 hydraulic, 160mm CL discs
Brake Levers Shimano MT201 hydraulic
Cassette Shimano HG500, 11T-42T, 10 speed
Chain KMC X10-1
Crankset FSA Comet Modular MegaExo w/ 30T Megatooth chromoly ring
Bottom Bracket External bearing, sealed
Rims Aluminium, double wall
Hubs Shimano RM35, aluminium, 28H, Centrelock
Spokes Stainless steel, 14G
Tyres Kenda Honey Badger, 29x2.20”