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Trail Testing: Haro FLC 29 Pro

November 27, 2012
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The FLC 29 Pro is a brand new model for 2013. Haro has designed it to be a “high-performance, value-packed, no-compromises trail machine.”


The FLC’s carbon frame features a tapered headtube and internal routing for the derailleur cables.


The RockShox SID fork features their PushLoc remote lever to switch between open and locked out damping options.


The top-tier Pro model features a Shimano XT drivetrain featuring the new Shadow Plus rear derailleur. While we originally thought these derailleurs would be most useful on full suspension all-mountain bikes, they have also proved to be great on cross country hardtails which can transfer quite a bit of energy to the drivetrain through rough sections.


Shimano XT brakes handle the stopping duties.


Prologo Kappa Evo Saddle


Ritchey Z-Maz Evolution Tire on Shimano MT-66 Wheels

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