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SRAM EAGLE NX 1X12 Spd 27.5/650B
Bikes come up to 90 percent assembled. Assembly is easy. An 11 year old customer assembled their own bike. Check out his video: CLICK HERE.How much Assembly? CLICK HERE for sample assembly instructions and videos CLICK HERE for a special price on the full Video DVD/CD and Folding Mini ToolKit
If you don't feel confident working on your bike, we suggest you take it to a local bike shop for final assembly & safety checks.
We have sold thousands of Motobecane Full Suspension mountain bikes. A high level of engineering and attention to detail is seen on all Motobecane mountain bikes. Happy customers send friends and family to buy these incredibly capable mountain bikes all the time.
MTBR.com editor rides a 6by6 and
raves: "...Frame angles are dialed...Held up in big descents...Great value..."
Daniel E. MTBR.com "Wow this bike is incredible…this is the best and probably most expensive bike I've ever ridden, but I couldn't have even imagined a bike feeling this great on a trail. Not sure on the weight, but it feels very light and quick (I'm tubeless, which may help) while still being stiff. The travel is a lot, but I was able to use what looked like 80-90% on my ride today while still feeling efficient on the flats and climbs, noting that I was playing around with the rear lockout…Everything about this bike is great, looks amazing, hell even the saddle is very comfortable.
JR Glenni MTBR.com "…my Hal6 Expert climbs great. Down shifting is firm and quick even when shifting late or downshifting more mid climb, and I didn't really notice pedal bob on the climbs. The front did tend to lift up on me more than I was used to, but I'm coming from a hard tail 29'er that was more of an XC design with a longer wheelbase, so that's not surprising. I was still able to climb pretty quickly with it, and I don't think the light(er) front end will be an issue as I get more used to it."
Jeff R MTBR.com "I am also coming from a hardtail 29er, but feel that my hal6 climbs just as good if not better on technical climbs. I'm not fighting for my back wheel to maintain traction and it soaks up the roots, rocks, and bumps… On Saturday, broke my strava record for a technical climb I do regularly on my hal6 without even trying…All in all, I'm very impressed with the overall performance of the bike…"
P / MTBR.com "...short little review after ~5 miles of techy singletrack with around 1,000ft of climb. First off, I'm coming from a 2013 Stumpjumper Elite FSR 29er and have the Hal6 PRO for comparison. Obviously, the suspension on the moto is a HUGE upgrade. My first time riding a Pike and I must say, I'm sold. I was actually pedaling thru a lot of the rougher sections instead of trying to pick a perfect line. Also found it much easier to throw the bike around and clear a lot of the super tech stuff. Definitely a noticeable difference in geometry as well. I felt like I was in a much better position when I was pointed downhill. One of my biggest gripes with the Stumpy was pedal clearance. You basically can't pedal thru a turn on the Stumpy without striking a pedal. Didn't have a single strike on the Moto today…All in all, couldn't be happier with how everything performed on my first ride. ...feels fantastic on the downhill/tech sections.
CC H. MTBR.com "I did another really technical climb on my hal 6 pro...I made it way further than I ever have on any other bike. Its narrow, rocky, rooted, and steep and even I was amazed at what I made it through. Part of the advantage of this bike is the high pedal clearance. I could also feel the back just sticking down, never spun out once even when leaning forward. I attribute that to the suspension, and the nice tires. The feeling of the bike under me is light and stiff. I assume the hal5 will climb better than the hal 6 because of a steeper head angle, and less travel front and rear. I will be doing a direct comparison with my friends 2016 stumpjumper FSR comp. the frame angles and measurements are almost identical on paper except for the seat tube on the Hal being steeper by 1.5 degrees…"
Professional Racing and Trail Proven Parts
No corners are cut, the HAL5 SRAM EAGLE NX 1X12 has top-notch specs. A 120mm Lockout Rockshox 27.5/650B fork with up to FIVE inches of travel + in the rear, the NEWEST Rockshox MONARCH Air rear shock. Last time we checked, by themselves the Rockshox Forks+ Rear Shock have an MSRP of over $800
The HAL5 and HAL6 (Highly Active Linkage) Design represents the top of the food chain and some of the best mountain bikes you will ever ride. Super supple. Climbing, descending and braking with more control than ever. Check the HAL 6 Series with shorter chainstays than ever before = Billy Goat climbing ability and traction.
NEW WTB TCS Tubeless Rims
The drive train is race proven. SRAM 1X cranks. An FSA cartridge headset
NEW SRAM EAGLE NX 1X12 Drivetrain for mountain bikes
27.5" SUSP. MTB ALLOY(6061) WHEEL TRAVEL: Up to 120mm. ( KNUCKLE BOX MADE BY CNC ) Hydroformed Butted and Geometric Multishaped Aluminum tubes,1 set H2O Bosses (Small has no bosses), Four Bar Rocker Arm with HAL Linkage. Gusseted SL 6061 Aluminum (Disc Brake Equipped) Super Smooth Sealed Cartridge Bearings at critical pivots, Dropouts: ALUMINUM VERTICAL W/ALUMINUM REPLACEABLE HANGER W/INT'L DISK MOUNT. O.L.N:135MM (Customers are reporting there is Room for 2.35"+ tires)
HEADTUBE 1-1/8"/1.5" ( 44/56mm ) L: 41/44/46/50CM = 110/120/130/140mm
Fork/ Rear Shock
Fork: ROCKSHOX ROCKSHOX RECON RL, CROWN ADJUST 27.5" SOLO AIR 120MM, DIF BLACK STEALTH, FAST BLACK UPPERS, 42 OFFSET, TAPERED STEERER (1.5" to 1-1/8") CROWN: Forged, hollow aluminum, STANCHION: 32mm straight wall ALU, BLADE: Magnesium, post disc mount W/15MM MAXLE LIGHT, Extl rebnd, low speed comp to lock
Rear: ROCKSHOX Monarch RL-C3 SOLOAIR MM TUNE 430LB LOCKOUT FORCE C3, AIR REAR SHOCK, EYE TO EYE:190mm, TRAVEL: 51mm W/External rebound
Crankset SRAM NX EAGLE POWER SPLINE 175 BLACK 32ST Bottom Bracket SRAM/TRUVATIV BB POWER SPLINE 118/73 Pedals VP BLACK PP BODY STEEL CAGE W/9/16" BORON AXLE Front Derailleur n/a Rear Derailleur SRAM NX EAGLE ( 12S ) , Max tooth 50T Shifters SRAM NX EAGLE TRIGGER , CLAMP INCLUDED , 12S Cassette/Freewheel SRAM PG1230 EAGLE 11-50T Chain SRAM NX EAGLE 118LI PWR.LCK 12S SLVR Hubs F/HUB JTECH JY-D341DSE-15 DISC BLK ANOD., BALLBearing, OL:100mm, ROCKSHOX 15x100mm Maxle Lite
R/HUB JTECH JY-D342TSE-10S BLK ANOD. W/QR-270R ALLOY BLK ThruAxleQR 152L , OL:135MM. D:40.4mm
Spokes 14Gx64PCS BLACK STAINLESS W/14MM BRASS NIPPLE Rims WTB ST i25 TCS 2.0 27.5"/650b 32 hole drilling, Disc Only, Black Anodized; PV drilled, Pinned Joint(Tubeless Compatible System Rim*See FAQ page for Tubeless system setup) Tires
MAXXIS ARDENT 27.5X2.25 EXO, BLACK , FOLDABLE
Brakes SHIMANO DISC BRAKE SET MT200, RESIN PAD
SHIMANO ROTOR, SM-RT56 M 180/160MM, 6-BOLT TYPE
Brake Levers SHIMANO DISC BRAKE SET MT200 Headset FSA ORBIT 1.5 ZS , FOR 1-1/8"/1.5" FORK STEM , Internal Alloy Cups, 1-1/8" ACB Upper, 1.5" ACB Lower,w/Std 12.3mm top cover (H2051B), W/39.78 BALL RACE ( 28.6x44/55.95x39.78mm) Handlebar KALLOY ALLOY 6061 D.B. RISE H/BAR ( 9° ) B/CENTER: 31.8mm.R/W:25/740mm. S.B BLK Stem
RITCHEY STEM COMP 4-AXIS 84/6D ALLOY 6061 STEM.EXT:(6°)70/80/90MM FOR42/46/50~53CM, C/S:31.8x28.6x42mm. BB BLK
Tape/Grip WTB DC Trail Grip Dual DNA Compounds, Classic Logo Pattern, full length with open ends and black W/O WTB ENDPLUGS,BLK ON GREY Saddle WTB Pure Sport , PP Base, Black Steel Rail, PU Leather Cover Seat Post RITCHEY COMP 2B, ALLOY BB BLK 31.6x400mm Seat Post Clamp Super Light Aluminum Sizes see pull down Colors see pull down
Compare to other Full Suspension 27.5/650B SRAM Eagle equipped Mountain Bikes at $2,200 to 3,000
PRICE INCLUDES UPS GROUND TO 48 US
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Bikes come up to 90 percent assembled.
We suggest you take it to your local bike shop for final assembly & safety checks.