Haro Flightline Two 29 Matte Black
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Haro Flightline Two 29

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HARO FLIGHTLINE TWO 29

If you’re looking for last year’s Giant ATX, forget it. They got sold out months ago. And with the new 2021 Giant ATX just released, we found out that Giant has cut the range down from 12 bikes to 2.

Further, there’s no disc brakes on the 2021 model either.

It’s still an excellent recreational mountain bike, but for those consumers looking to attain better value then the new Haro Flightline Two is a must.

Here’s why:

WHAT IS THE FLIGHTLINE TWO?

The Flightline Two is Haro’s recreational mountain bike.

It’s designed for riders who are looking to ride rail trails and bike paths with the family or simply for general fitness.

It’s available in 2 wheel sizes; 27.5-inch for smaller riders and 29-inch for taller riders.

THE FLIGHTLINE FRAME

Is made from aluminium. Haro tends to place a lot of investment into their frames, delivering a well-engineered, light and durable frame.

A nice touch is the use of internal cable routing. On bikes at this price point it’s rare to see. All the cables are fed inside the Flightline’s frame rather than zip-tied to the outside. Not only does this make the bike look cleaner and neater, it will also reduce maintenance on gear and brake cables.

THE WHO AND THE RIDE

But how does it ride?

Quite comfortably. You sit upright and in a relaxed riding position; perfect for adults who are just getting back into riding. Because it puts less pressure on your back.

This ‘uprightness’ is the result of having front suspension and larger diameter wheels. This results in the handlebars being higher up and you sitting more comfortably on the bike.

Not hunched over.

Taller riders need a tall front end - making the 29er wheels perfect.

Larger diameter wheels also cover long distances easier. Once up to speed, they hold momentum and speed. Covering distance far more quickly than a smaller diameter wheel.

THE COMPONENTS

The Flightline Two is equipped with affordable, yet quality Shimano components.

There are a total of 21-gears. And before you freak out and close the browser window - hear me out.

They are easy to operate. Not all 21-gears have to be used. In fact they can’t be.

2 paddle-style levers control the gears. One makes it harder to pedal and the other easier. As long as the rider’s pedalling forwards and shifting gears you can’t stuff up.

Mechanical disc brakes do work better than V or Rim brakes. They work better in dry and wet conditions and deliver slightly more stopping power.

The front suspension helps smooth the ride out if you’re riding on gravel and dirt, or bumpy roads.

HARO FLIGHTLINE TWO 29

If you’re looking for last year’s Giant ATX, forget it. They got sold out months ago. And with the new 2021 Giant ATX just released, we found out that Giant has cut the range down from 12 bikes to 2.

Further, there’s no disc brakes on the 2021 model either.

It’s still an excellent recreational mountain bike, but for those consumers looking to attain better value then the new Haro Flightline Two is a must.

Here’s why:

WHAT IS THE FLIGHTLINE TWO?

The Flightline Two is Haro’s recreational mountain bike.

It’s designed for riders who are looking to ride rail trails and bike paths with the family or simply for general fitness.

It’s available in 2 wheel sizes; 27.5-inch for smaller riders and 29-inch for taller riders.

THE FLIGHTLINE FRAME

Is made from aluminium. Haro tends to place a lot of investment into their frames, delivering a well-engineered, light and durable frame.

A nice touch is the use of internal cable routing. On bikes at this price point it’s rare to see. All the cables are fed inside the Flightline’s frame rather than zip-tied to the outside. Not only does this make the bike look cleaner and neater, it will also reduce maintenance on gear and brake cables.

THE WHO AND THE RIDE

But how does it ride?

Quite comfortably. You sit upright and in a relaxed riding position; perfect for adults who are just getting back into riding. Because it puts less pressure on your back.

This ‘uprightness’ is the result of having front suspension and larger diameter wheels. This results in the handlebars being higher up and you sitting more comfortably on the bike.

Not hunched over.

Taller riders need a tall front end - making the 29er wheels perfect.

Larger diameter wheels also cover long distances easier. Once up to speed, they hold momentum and speed. Covering distance far more quickly than a smaller diameter wheel.

THE COMPONENTS

The Flightline Two is equipped with affordable, yet quality Shimano components.

There are a total of 21-gears. And before you freak out and close the browser window - hear me out.

They are easy to operate. Not all 21-gears have to be used. In fact they can’t be.

2 paddle-style levers control the gears. One makes it harder to pedal and the other easier. As long as the rider’s pedalling forwards and shifting gears you can’t stuff up.

Mechanical disc brakes do work better than V or Rim brakes. They work better in dry and wet conditions and deliver slightly more stopping power.

The front suspension helps smooth the ride out if you’re riding on gravel and dirt, or bumpy roads.

Colour Matte Black/Blue
Frame 6000 series aluminium
Fork Suntour XCE 28, 100mm travel
Handlebar Pivit aluminum, 31.8mm
Stem Aluminium
Seatpost Pivit, aluminium, 30.9mm
Saddle Haro Sport
Pedals Platform
Shifters Shimano EF41, 21 speed
Front Derailleur Shimano Tourney TY700
Rear Derailleur Shimano Tourney TX800
Brakes Mechanical disc, 160mm rotors
Brake Levers Shimano EF41
Cassette Shimano HG200, 12T-32T, 7 speed
Chain KMC Z7
Crankset Shimano Tourney TY301, 42T/34T/24T
Bottom Bracket UN100, square taper
Rims Aluminium, double wall
Hubs Pivit, aluminium, 32H
Spokes Stainless steel, 14G
Tyres 29x2.20”
Colour Matte Black/Blue
Frame 6000 series aluminium
Fork Suntour XCE 28, 100mm travel
Handlebar Pivit aluminum, 31.8mm
Stem Aluminium
Seatpost Pivit, aluminium, 30.9mm
Saddle Haro Sport
Pedals Platform
Shifters Shimano EF41, 21 speed
Front Derailleur Shimano Tourney TY700
Rear Derailleur Shimano Tourney TX800
Brakes Mechanical disc, 160mm rotors
Brake Levers Shimano EF41
Cassette Shimano HG200, 12T-32T, 7 speed
Chain KMC Z7
Crankset Shimano Tourney TY301, 42T/34T/24T
Bottom Bracket UN100, square taper
Rims Aluminium, double wall
Hubs Pivit, aluminium, 32H
Spokes Stainless steel, 14G
Tyres 29x2.20”