Haanjo 1

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Haanjo 1

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Commuting … the word doesn’t smack of “awesome.” But you know what is awesome? Pedaling into work with a big grin on your face while the rest of humanity marinates on the freeway in a bath of smog and frustration.

Speaking of all things awesome, allow us to present the Haanjo 1, a stunner of a bike with its sleek, lightweight aluminum frame, powerful disc brakes, and comfortable flat bars. Thanks to our Endurance Geometry, the Haanjo 1 is perfectly equipped for both quick dashes into town and all-day pedal fests.

What does put a damper on riding into town? Getting wet. Ditto for not being able to bring along the stuff that’s near and dear to you. We solved both problems by equipping this frame with both fender and rack mounts. And we haven’t even mentioned the reliable Shimano shifting…

Your morning commute is about to become truly awesome.

Frame DB Alternative Road, Disc Brake, Endurance Geometry, Relaxed Head Tube Angle, Fully Butted 6061-T6 Alloy, Formed Top Tube, 1 1/8" Headtube, Replaceable Hanger
Fork DB Steel Gravel Disc, 1-1/8" Steerer Tube, w/ Fender Mounts/ Low Rider Mounts
Headset FSA IS-3/ No.11 Integrated Style
Cranks Forged Alloy Arm, 38T Single Ring w/ Alloy Chainguard
Bottom Bracket Steel Cartridge
Rear Derailleur Shimano Acera RD-T3000, 9 Speed
Shifter Shimano Acera M3000, 9 Speed
Cogset Shimano HG201, 9 Speed Cassette, 11-36T
Chain KMC Z99, 9 Speed
Front Hub 28h Alloy Quick Release
Rear Hub 28h Alloy Quick Release, Cassette
Spokes 14g Stainless Steel
Rims Diamondback Equation, 28h, Doublewall
Tires Diamondback Interval Wire Bead, 700x38c, Reflective Sidewall, 60TPI
Brakes Tektro Aries Mechanical Disc, w/ 160mm Rotor / 140mm Rear Rotor
Brake Levers Tektro 2 Finger Alloy
Pedals DB4L Alloy Platform
Handlebar DB Flat Bar, 640mm Wide, 31.8mm Bar Bore
Grips Diamondback Dual Density Grip
Stem DB X-Durence, 3D Forged, +/-7° Rise, 31.8mm Bar Bore
Seat DB Eldorado
Seatpost DB X-Durance, Alloy 27.2mm
Extras Owner’s Manual, Assembly Guide, Tool Kit*
Bike Size 50cm 5'4"-5'7" 53cm 5'7-5'10" 56cm 5'10"-6'1" 59cm 6'1"-6'4"
Seat Tube Length 475.0mm 505.0mm 535.0mm 565.0mm
Stand Over Height 753.0mm 774.0mm 806.0mm 833.0mm
Top Tube Length 525.0mm 540.0mm 560.0mm 580.0mm
Stack 549.0mm 576.0mm 599.0mm 627.0mm
Reach 373.0mm 369.0mm 371.0mm 375.0mm
Head Tube Length 130.0mm 155.0mm 175.0mm 200.0mm
Head Angle 69.0° 70.0° 71.0° 72.0°
Seat Angle 74.5° 73.0° 72.5° 72.0°
Wheel Base 1044.0mm 1041.0mm 1041.0mm 1044.0mm
Chain Stay Length 440.0mm 440.0mm 440.0mm 440.0mm
Fork Offset 50.0mm 50.0mm 50.0mm 50.0mm
BB Drop 70.0mm 70.0mm 70.0mm 70.0mm
Stem Length
Handlebar Width
Crank Length
Seat Post Length

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Great entry/commuter bike

Review by Jake
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I've had the haanjo 1 for 2 years now.the handling, braking,shifting, and feel of the bike are great.i used to live in congested socal and the gearing was perfect. I now live in Arizona where i have much longer straight roads to ride and frequently find myself wishing I had 18 speeds instead of 9 but it is still quite fast regardless.only actual complaint would probably be the seat being a little too firm

(Posted on 9/12/2019)

1-year of commuting. Great bang for your buck!

Review by Andrew
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If you're looking for an entry-level A to B bike, look no further. I ordered a Haanjo Metro last year during a close-out sale, looks to be identical to the Haanjo 1(maybe just renamed metro?). I don't have a car, so I rely on this bike to get around, it hasn't let me down yet! It gets chained to racks, taken on trains, strapped to the front of buses, and shoved in the trunk of a car; it's stood up great to all of this. I've got a long-ish commute in Portland OR; reasonably flat, but there are some decent climbs in places. I end up "gear hunting" a bit on long gentle uphills, I plan on getting a narrower range cassette, maybe 11-28. The ability to add racks and fenders was a huge plus! You may need some pretty big fenders to accommodate the reasonably wide tires. Frame welds look clean; overall geometry is nice and feels a lot more relaxed than road bikes I've ridden. The components are entry level, but this is supposed to be an entry level bike. Having a disc brake set up and simple 1x9 drivetrain served me well through a wet winter, shifts were always crisp and instantaneous, hasn't needed any adjusting. The only wear item I've replaced are the brake pads. The only real knock I give it is on the brake cable stays; there's a guide channel that's actually part of the frame, the cable passes through this channel but is only retained by ZIP TIES. From the factory, that's a bit chintzy. It's been a very reliable steed, getting me to and from work and on errands without any fuss. The bike's gotten more that a few compliments on it's appearance! I plan on giving it a bit more of an upright riding posture with a shorter, more angled stem, and some different bars. Longer rides can get a bit uncomfortable in the wrist and back with the stock flat bars. I've given it a Brooks, some PDW Whiskey grips, and a nifty looking painted Crane bell, along with the obligatory lighting array for the long dark winter nights.

(Posted on 7/30/2019)

Years later, still exceeds expectations

Review by Al
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I ordered the 2016 DB Haanjo Metro just over 3 years ago and it's been a great purchase. I have an urban commute in the PNW and my Haanjo has been more than equal to the task. I may not look as flashy as some other riders around but I'll be damned if they are more comfortable. Riding position is great for me (56cm frame, 5'11") and allows me to keep an eye on cagers trying to kill me when I approach busy intersections. The disk brakes are reliable and confident, even in pouring rain. I've never even had a flat on this thing and I'm still running the stock tires. The 1x7 drivetrain is perfect for city riding, there's always a gear where you want one for climbs/flats/descents. If I were spending a lot of time on the open road without cargo I could see more gears becoming useful but I've had no need for them while riding in the city. Installing cargo racks and fenders was made considerably easier by the frame's mounting points. The tires are right on the borderline of being too fat for a lot of fenders and other accessories, so keep that in mind if you like to add lots of bells and whistles. Withstands daily abuse getting banged about in a stairwell as well as getting locked up in crammed bike racks outside the grocery store (or brewery :^) ). I'm not militant about maintenance and the Haanjo doesn't seem to mind. Other bikes might have more panache or sex appeal but my Haanjo's been exactly what I wanted: a tough, reliable, and fun tool/vehicle.

(Posted on 2/18/2019)

I love this bike

Review by Jkoster
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This is a must have bike if you are gravelbiking, commuting, or just about anything. I have put just over 200 miles on this bike. I replaced the factory tires with some Maxxis Ravenger that have a ton of grip for gravel, mud, snow, and sand. My first ride was around 30 miles on gravel in the middle of nowhere and I have to say that it is the safest kind of bike riding. I put the Grips, Rack, Seat Post, and the Ugly antler things for carrying my bow, all were bought on amazon for under 100 bucks. I am 14( I have put together a full suspension mountain bike and a few road bikes together) and had the bike put together in just under a hour from removing it from the box. I can’t say enough about this bike, it is one of the best purchases yet and I can’t wait to get back on it in the spring.

(Posted on 1/19/2019)

Love my bike!

Review by Simon
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I have been using the Haanjo 1 every day for over a month and I absolutely love it. I was concern by having only a 1x9 drivetrain at first but it has been great for conquering any hill easily in the Bay Area—even Twin Peaks in San Francisco! The frame is super light, I go up and down the stairs at public transit stations, home, and work with no problem. I also really like the handle bars, keeping me upright and comfortable at all times.

Overall, this is a great bicycle for the everyday commuter and occasional recreational road cyclist. The bike is very responsive, feels speedy, and the disc breaks are super reliable. Finally, kudos to REI's bike team in Berkeley for putting it together so quickly!

(Posted on 6/28/2018)


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