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2006 Haro M7

#1 2014-03-11 8:51am

pwh4130
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2006 Haro M7

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2006 Haro M7

My current flatland bike.  Just got it powder coated yellow because I hate grey.

I got this second hand so I don't know the year for sure.  They made it for two years and nothing changed.  Euro BB, integrated head tube, welded on gyro tabs and brake mounts.  Best tapered stays to dropouts I have ever seen.  Stiff and fun to ride.  Geometry is perfect for my style of flatland.  Chad DeGroot is responsible for this.  Not sure if he designed it, gave tips or what.  The seat tube angle makes it comfy and great for decades.


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ride your bike until it breaks.

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#2 2014-03-11 10:26am

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Re: 2006 Haro M7

Nice!  I love my M7.  Any idea what the frame specs are vs. your Lineage flat rides?

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#3 2014-03-11 3:11pm

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Re: 2006 Haro M7

I don't understand what you mean?  Geometry?  The M7 has a longer TT, shorter rear end, same standover, euro BB.  And the Lineage flat isn't my bike.  It's my girlfriend's bike.


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#4 2014-03-11 5:13pm

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Re: 2006 Haro M7

Yeah, sorry I guess I should have been more clear (and accurate!) but geometry.  Thanks for the info.

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