Rockshox Revelation Front Fork with Remote Lock Out
DNM Burner-RLC with Lock out, Rebound, Comppression,Preload adjustment
Weight: 14.5kg (31.96 lbs)
7005 ALLOY SUSPENSION (H/T: 1-1/8"-1-1/2")
With dark hard-anodized alloy body and 5-system damping, DNM Burner-RLC rear shock obtains adjustment on rebound, compression, preload, lock out and high pressure. The Eye to Eye Length 190mm, Weight 755g and Travel are respectively 160mm
ROCK SHOX REVELATION FRONT SHOCK WITH LOCK OUT TRAVEL: 140mm , POP UP LOCK OUT
AVID ELIXIR HYDRAULIC DISC BRAKES
AVID ELIXIR HYDRAULIC DISC BRAKE LEVERS
PROMAX 185mmL-F/R DT-185A
2P CP-C6 CARBON
SP CP-C5 CARBON
CARBON/ALLOY HANDLEBAR 620mmW*5DGE,B/BORE:31.8mm.LOGO:HASA IN 2-SIDE
CARBON/ALLOY STEM, A-HEAD ,EXT:16":80mm;17"-19"90mm 20":110mmID:28.6,B/BORE:31.8mm.LOGO:HASA IN 2-SIDE (EXT)
SAGA COWHIDE 125mm .
SEALED BEARING (INTERNAL 1-1/8"-1-1/2")
CARBON ID:28.6 10mmx1PCS
SHIMANO XTR BB-92 PRESS FIT
SHIMANO FC-M552 (LX LEVEL) 42-32-24T
NOVATEC D041SB ALLOY HUB SEALED
NOVATEC D041SB ALLOY HUB SEALED
STAINLESS STEEL 14mm
X317 DOUBLE WALL ALLOY, 26"*14G*32H
SLX DYNA SYS FD-M660 TOP-SWING 42T
XT DYNA SYS FD-M773SGS
SLX,DYNA SYS, SL-M660
SLX, CS-HG81 11-36T
LU-950 ALLOY PLATFORM
ITALIAN BRAND SADDLE PONZA POWER A012C027
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stuck between xc & DH
Everything works as it is meant to and for the amount of suspension it is the best you can find.
There are however things you have to live with. This much suspension is found on downhill bikes not xc bikes, so the components work together awkwardly. For example, the handle bars should be much wider to handle the 14cm front, so it currently steers poorly at lower speeds and tighter turns. My other xc hardtails with less front suspension are much better in this regard. Next, the chain slap is huge when dropping off testing the soft suspension. for this much rear suspension the drive system should be more like a downhill bike with better tensioning system and short throw derauller - 30 speeds are too much IMO, would run much better if it had say 2x8 or 9. Finally the tyres at 2.1 are also too thin to be able to utilise this much suspension. In a nutshell look at it as XC bike with too much suspension.
Apart from that not much else to report until I have ridden it more seriously.
Written by: JohnBozinov on 15 June 2013.
Hasa XC-1 Great value
After a bit of searching and comparing, I settled on the HASA XC-1. Bang for buck it was the best I found. The components you get are from reputable brands and of high quality. The frame is made in Taiwan where most expensive bike frames are made. I ride it a lot and really enjoy it. I actually went into the shop/warehouse and picked it up fully assembled and ready to go. The staff (Andy) were friendly and helpful. I would highly recommend the bike and service to anyone considering a purchase. Hope this helps others make a decision.
Written by: on 24 May 2013.
dodgy frame work
Dont get me wrong. As a dual suspention bike with quality components for a good price the hasa stands out. But when it comes to the crunch, it just isnt all there. I had one and the rear triangle broke TWICE. i was riding very aggressively or jumping. It could stand up to the casual cross country riding. maybe it was a dodgy model, or not. either way i now have a giant and it is 3 times the standard of the hasa. Sure it costs more but i would rather pay more money and feel secure on my frame than have it brake , twice, ...
Written by: on 15 November 2012.
Stop looking you have found the best value dual su
I agree with everthing below from Jakamawata. This bike has to be the best value and featured dual suspension mountain bike for the money available. The more I ride it the more I want to ride it and many other people who see the bike are interested in what it is and where to get one. Thanks
Written by: on 31 October 2012.
Don't be fooled by the big brands! Enter the HASA!
Finally, the frame: Judging by the frame’s geometry and weight (just under 15kgs), this is an All Mountain bike, although I use it mainly for cross country. All Mountain bikes generally have sturdier frames, more travel in their suspension, and are generally heavier than Cross Country bikes. Coming from my old steel mountain bike weighing 20kgs unloaded, the HASA’s weight is more than fine for me. Having done a fair bit of welding myself on home projects, I can tell the welds on the HASA’s frame are excellent. Flawless beads running right along where tubes meet gives me the confidence that the frame will hold up, and being a light fellow I’m sure I don’t have to worry about it. If you look closely at the suspension you’ll see the rear end of the bike also pivots near the cassette, unlike many other brands rear suspension. At a nearby bike store, their brand name bikes had this suspension setup (called Tru4), which they seemed overly proud of, and they described how it maximises pedalling efficiency. The HASA came with the same suspension setup as standard, another bonus to me! The frame design is excellent. The tapered headset already shows that this bike is worth more than the asking price. The bottom tube twists from a round to oval shaped where it meets the bottom bracket, a very attractive design, while the rear half of the frame is made of more square and rectangular tubes to give the bike a hardcore industrial look; one I am quite pleased with. The paint quality is high, and makes me think twice about taking the bike into the rocks every weekend for fear of getting it scratched, but I know this is unavoidable. Be proud of your bikes war scars. I’m never going to sell it anyway. I love it! It handles so well flying downhill over loose rocks!
To buy every component online and build a similar bike myself would have cost about $2300. This figure was based on finding the cheapest prices for the same components and averaged out over performing the search 3 times using different techniques.
I ordered the bike on a Saturday, it was posted the following Monday, and it arrived the following Thursday. 4 days to get from Melbourne to Perth seemed excellent seeing as currently I’ve been waiting just over a week for small eBay items to arrive from Sydney!
Once again another huge THANK YOU to CyclingDeal for their excellent product and service! Sorry for such a long review, but I would not have written it to this length if I wasn’t truly pleased with this bike. Thanks guys!
Written by: Jakamawata on 5 September 2012.