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Haanjo EXP Carbon

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Haanjo EXP Carbon

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$1,899.99
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Haanjo EXP Carbon

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The heat map seems to be saying, “you’re getting colder,” and that’s a good thing. The result of our product team’s wanderlust with a hefty pinch of “what if?” thrown in the mix, the EXP Carbon takes the Haanjo concept to its limits. The hand built carbon EXP is light and tough, sporting 2.1” wide tires on 27.5” rims, and a 3×9 drivetrain to maximize its potential as a deep woods explorer. We went with mechanical disc brakes and bar end shifters for ease of on-trail maintenance and reliability, but kept the long-distance geometry and vibration-damping road feel intact, opening up a world of bikepacking possibilities. The new Haanjo EXP Carbon is made with true adventurers in mind. Like you. Ready Ride bikes are shipped 95 percent assembled. Typical bike assembly is time-consuming and requires technical know-how. Ready Ride reduces the time and skills needed for the final, four-step assembly.
Frame DB Carbon Alternative Road Frame, Endurance Geometry, Relaxed Headtube Angle, Disc Specific, w/ 142x12 Thru-axle & Replaceable Hanger
Fork DB Gravel Disc, Full Monocoque Carbon "CFT", 12mm Thru-axle Drop Outs, Flat Mount Disc Tabs, 1.5" Tapered Steerer Tube, Low-Rider Rack Mounts.
Headset FSA NO.42, Sealed Cartridge for Tapered Headtube
Cranks Shimano M591, 48/36/26T
Bottom Bracket Shimano BB52
Front Derailleur Shimano Deore M591, Down Swing, Dual Pull, 31.8mm Clamp Diameter
Rear Derailleur Shimano XT M772, Shadow, 9 Speed
Shifter Shimano Dura Ace BS77, Bar End Shifters, 3x9 Speed
Cogset Shimano XT M770, Cassette, 9 Speed, 11-34T
Chain KMC X9, 9 Speed
Front Hub 32h Alloy, Sealed Cartridge, HighLow Flange, 12mm Thru-axle w/ CNC Disc Mount
Rear Hub 32h Alloy, Sealed Cartridge, HighLow Flange, 142x12mm Thru-axle, w/ CNC Disc Mount, Cassette
Spokes 14g Stainless Steel
Rims HED Tomcat Disc, 32h, 21mm Internal Width, Tubeless Ready
Tires Schwalbe Smart Sam, Performance, 27.5x2.1"
Brakes TRP Spyre Mechanical Disc, w/ 160mm Front / 160mm Rear Rotors
Pedals Wellgo Alloy Road
Handlebar DB X-Durance Gravel Bar, 8° Flare, 31.8mm Bar Bore
Grips EVA Cork w/ Gel
Stem DB X-Durance 3D Forged Alloy, +/-7° Rise, 31.8mm Bar Bore
Seat DB Eldorado
Seatpost DB X-Durance, Alloy 27.2mm
Extras Owner's manual, Assembly Guide, Carbon Paste, 5nm Torque Wrench, Rear Fender Mount, Tool Kit
Bike Weight 21.1 lbs
Accessories DB Carbon Alternative Road Frame, Endurance Geometry, Relaxed Headtube Angle, Disc Specific, w/ 142x12 Thru-axle & Replaceable Hanger
Bike Size SM/50cm / Rider Height: 5'5" - 5'8" M/53cm / Rider Height: 5'8" - 5'11" L/56cm / Rider Height: 5'11" - 6'2" XL/59cm / Rider Height: 6'2" - 6'6"
Seat Tube Length 500mm 530mm 560mm 590mm
Stand Over Height 788mm 808mm 834mm 858mm
Top Tube Length 525mm 540mm 560mm 580mm
Stack 543mm 570mm 593mm 622mm
Reach 374mm 371mm 373mm 378mm
Head Tube Length 130mm 155mm 175mm 200mm
Head Angle 69° 70° 71° 72°
Seat Angle 74.5° 73.5° 72.5° 72°
Wheel Base 1028mm 1025mm 1025mm 1028mm
Chain Stay Length 430mm 430mm 430mm 430mm
Fork Offset 45mm 45mm 45mm 45mm
BB Height 70mm 70mm 70mm 70mm
Stem Length 80mm 90mm 100mm 110mm
Handlebar Width 440mm 440mm 460mm 460mm
Crank Length 170mm 172.5mm 172.5mm 175mm
Seat Post Length 350mm 350mm 350mm 350mm

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Near Perfect do-it-all bike

Review by Tomenator
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Have had mine for about six months now and have ridden lots of dirt and pavement. Tried out several different tires and have switched out the bars; i prefer bars with a moderate flare. My main improvement, which I plan to execute shortly, would be to ditch the bar-end shifters.

(Posted on 8/7/2017)

one bike for all

Review by brandon
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Awesome bike !!! I live in Phoenix AZ took it on a 15 mi mtb trail that is fast moving and fairly smooth compared to sedona did amazing, lots of control very fast and like the drop bars also jumps very well. I got the bike for smooth fast mtb trail and bike paking so far around town its been a great commuter to get some fast rides in the week. my bike in a lrg weight in at 22.3 lbs so super light for a tubed mtb setup with gearing for hills and speed. super happy with purchase never though id go road from hard mtb riding.

(Posted on 8/4/2017)

This bike can do anything

Review by Kevin
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I've had the Haanjo EXP Carbon for about nine months now. I recently spent a week riding the Great Allegheny Passage (GAP), The C&O Canal Towpath, and Skyline Drive. The GAP and C&O are a mixture of gravel and dirt, and together traverse the 335 miles from Pittsburgh to Washington, DC. Skyline Drive is very smooth pavement and has about 10,000 feet of climbing over 104 miles. The Haanjo Carbon EXP performed flawlessly on all surfaces, in that it is compliant, stable, light, and had the gearing and other component choices that together make it the most versatile bike this side of the Open U.P., which retails for much more money. If you can only have one bike, I can't imagine a better choice.

(Posted on 6/17/2017)

Amazing All Around Fun

Review by G Man

This bike along with any of the Haanjo line is hard to find reviews so I feel it is important to share my thoughts of the bike. I have only ridden this bike on five rides for a total of 120 miles and about 15,000 ft of climbing. Let me start by saying that this bike is exactly what I have wanted for a long time.

Some of my background is I consider myself and intermediate mtb rider and an occasional century road rider. My weekend rides average about to be three to four hours. As a comparison just last year I purchased a GT Grade alloy 105 and had to get rid of it after three months because of its limitations. I wanted a gravel bike that I could climb and ride single track. The GT's max tire clearance of 35 mm, the alloy frame, and the road gearing did not allow me to ride on the trails I normally Mountain Bike.

The Haanjo with 650b wheels which can accommodate mtb rubber of 2.1, full carbon frame and fork, and mtb gearing have allowed me to ride most of my mtb trails. Now this bike has limitations on the downhill when it is compared with a full suspension Mountain bike, but I have really thrown a lot of abuse at the Haanjo and it has not failed me. I have switched out the stock Schwalbe tires for WTB Nanos and the switch has improved rolling resistance and wheel acceleration. Not much I plan on changing to this bike.

I do wish there was a bettter option to have STI shifters instead of bar end shifters that could match up with mtb gearing though. When climbing out of the saddle it is very annoying to have to reach for a bar end shift. Plus I have hit my knees a few times on accident with the bar end shifters. I also miss the actuation / power of hydraulic disc brakes to mechanical. Maybe Shimano will soon come out with gearing that combines road shifters / brakes with mtb gearing. A compact gearing of 50/34 paired with an 11-34 cassette is not low enough for me to climb dirt trails above 15% grades. Therefore I will happily accept the current drivetrain/ brake set up of the Haanjo since it allows me the ability to climb against any mtb.

Lastly, this is a very underrated bike that Diamondback should be getting praise for making. I am so glad to own this bike. My next bike will be another full suspension mtb in addition to this bike and my Diamondback Podium road bike! I guess I am part of the Diamonback family.

(Posted on 4/25/2017)

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