Do i own a Trail bike? All-Moutain or Enduro?

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Do i own a Trail bike? All-Moutain or Enduro?
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Posted: Jun 25, 2019 at 13:45 Quote
So i recently bought a Hawk 77 AM FS Bike and i am still confused for what discipline this BHike really is,
It has a Rock Shox Sektor Gold RL with 150 mm of travel in the front and a Rock shox Monarch R with 145mm in the back. So i would like to KNow in wich discipline this bike fits. It doesnt really matter to me at the moment but its just a thing i like to know. And here is a link to the Bike. https://www.baur.de/p/hawk-bikes-mountainbike-seventyseven-am-fs-27-5-27-gang-shimano-xt-schaltwerk/AKL10055747404$62382386#sku=62382394-40-10055747404%2462382386&nav-q=62382386&search-o=true&search-no=true&gid=1&pid=1

Posted: Jul 3, 2019 at 17:08 Quote
Definition here categorizes Trail as 120mm-150mm suspension with 66-68 deg head angle while All Mountain/ Enduro as 140mm-170mm with 65-67 deg head angle... Hope this helps....

https://www.evo.com/guides/how-to-choose-mountain-bike

Posted: Aug 8, 2019 at 15:21 Quote
Ya, your bike is a long-trail bike

Posted: Aug 8, 2019 at 15:21 Quote
Or long-travel trail bike

Posted: Aug 19, 2019 at 4:25 Quote
Spaiden wrote:
So i recently bought a Hawk 77 AM FS Bike and i am still confused for what discipline this BHike really is,
It has a Rock Shox Sektor Gold RL with 150 mm of travel in the front and a Rock shox Monarch R with 145mm in the back. So i would like to KNow in wich discipline this bike fits. It doesnt really matter to me at the moment but its just a thing i like to know. And here is a link to the Bike. https://www.baur.de/p/hawk-bikes-mountainbike-seventyseven-am-fs-27-5-27-gang-shimano-xt-schaltwerk/AKL10055747404$62382386#sku=62382394-40-10055747404%2462382386&nav-q=62382386&search-o=true&search-no=true&gid=1&pid=1
Congratulations sir, you got yourself some cheap XC bike with longer travel with outdated geometry and parts leftover from previous seasons (3x drivetrain on 2019 bike?? Big Grin

Posted: Aug 19, 2019 at 5:06 Quote
onyxss wrote:
Spaiden wrote:
So i recently bought a Hawk 77 AM FS Bike and i am still confused for what discipline this BHike really is,
It has a Rock Shox Sektor Gold RL with 150 mm of travel in the front and a Rock shox Monarch R with 145mm in the back. So i would like to KNow in wich discipline this bike fits. It doesnt really matter to me at the moment but its just a thing i like to know. And here is a link to the Bike. https://www.baur.de/p/hawk-bikes-mountainbike-seventyseven-am-fs-27-5-27-gang-shimano-xt-schaltwerk/AKL10055747404$62382386#sku=62382394-40-10055747404%2462382386&nav-q=62382386&search-o=true&search-no=true&gid=1&pid=1
Congratulations sir, you got yourself some cheap XC bike with longer travel with outdated geometry and parts leftover from previous seasons (3x drivetrain on 2019 bike?? Big Grin

way to go shitting on someone else's parade - best bike you've got is the one underneath you

Posted: Aug 19, 2019 at 12:44 Quote
holt1997 wrote:
onyxss wrote:
Spaiden wrote:
So i recently bought a Hawk 77 AM FS Bike and i am still confused for what discipline this BHike really is,
It has a Rock Shox Sektor Gold RL with 150 mm of travel in the front and a Rock shox Monarch R with 145mm in the back. So i would like to KNow in wich discipline this bike fits. It doesnt really matter to me at the moment but its just a thing i like to know. And here is a link to the Bike. https://www.baur.de/p/hawk-bikes-mountainbike-seventyseven-am-fs-27-5-27-gang-shimano-xt-schaltwerk/AKL10055747404$62382386#sku=62382394-40-10055747404%2462382386&nav-q=62382386&search-o=true&search-no=true&gid=1&pid=1
Congratulations sir, you got yourself some cheap XC bike with longer travel with outdated geometry and parts leftover from previous seasons (3x drivetrain on 2019 bike?? Big Grin

way to go shitting on someone else's parade - best bike you've got is the one underneath you

Agreed - and whats wrong with knowing that you don't have latest and greatest - most of us ride bikes with compromises, not some 10K carbon dentist bikes. We were super happy with bikes in 90s although they rode like shit and were full of problems (compared to todays bikes of course). Way to go for OP is not your way "why you talk my bike is shit (althogh i know its not the best), i'm insulted now..." but should be "so what if it is shit, it makes me happy ...." Big Grin

Posted: Aug 19, 2019 at 13:11 Quote
You are all right. Don't listen to that guy. He is probably a rich man with no life skills

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