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2013 Haro Flightline Comp Carbon 29er Bike


2013 Haro Flightline Comp Carbon 29er Bike

Hundreds of hours of research and development went into Haro’s very first carbon fiber mountain bike FLC29. Like every Haro bike, the FLC29 is built by riders for riders and possesses an unmatched blend of performance, durability and value. Thanks to Haros’ M2X MegaMax Technology and T700 Carbon , the FLC29 features unidirectional carbon fiber layup and custom tube shapes to maximize efficiency and strength for ride qualities so smooth and predictable that the FLC29 becomes an extension of the rider.

The FLC29 with M2X technology optimally balances the inherent tensile strength and modulus of carbon fiber with innovative designs including an oversized, tapered head tube and BB92 bottom bracket. The result is a machine that rockets you forward with every pedal stroke, razor-sharp cornering to make the tightest turns a breeze and vertical compliance that smooths out even the rockiest trail.

For those who want a serious race bike foundation, the Flightline Carbon Comp can’t be beat. Featuring the same Haro M2X MegaMax technology, T-700 Carbon, tapered head tube and BB92 bottom bracket as the Pro, the Comp features a value-packed build kit focused on putting the hurt on your competition, not your wallet.

  • High modulus carbon fiber frame
  • 29 inch wheels
  • 100mm travel fork
  • Tapered headtube
  • BB92 bottom bracket

If you're thinking this sweet carbon frame deserves an upgrade, a high end Fox Fork has the potential to improve handling, ride quality and bling factor. Fox 29r Forks.



Flightline Comp Carbon 29r


Rock Shox XC 30 TK 29 Taper, 100mm w/ PopLoc


FSA Integrated Tapered Headset


Tektro Draco 2 hydraulic disc


Weinmann XM-25 28h rims, Pivit alloy disc QR hubs


Ritchey Z-Max Evolution Comp, 29 x 2.1


Ritchey Rizer, 31.8mm clamp


Ritchey MTN 6061

Seat Post

Ritchey 6061 Aluminum 2 bolt


Prologo Light


Prologo Kappa


Shimano Deore, 10 speed

Front Derailleur

Shimano Deore

Rear Derailleur

Shimano SLX


Shimano HG54


Shimano HG-62, 10 speed, 11-34t


FSA Comet, 38/24,

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Rider Height Bike Fit Chart


Frame Size

5'3" - 5'7"

Small 15.5 inch

5'6" - 5'10"

Medium 17.5 inch

5'10" - 6'2"

Large 19 inch

Please Note: These are only recommendations. Fit is also affected by inseam, torso length, reach, component selection and riding style.

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Q: What is the length of the crank arms?

A: The crank arm length for the 15.5” size will be 170mm.

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Awesome Bike - Aug 14, 2014

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5 out of 5 stars

I just bought this bike a month ago, I ride it for about 25 miles the first time and the bike rolls pretty well, the shifting works very nice I used to SRAM since 2007, but this Shimano works pretty well, the 2 chainrings are good enough for me, in climbings goes up pretty well and the corners keeps the very smooth, I really recommend this bike, the only change made was the tires, I put on front a Bontrager Expert-4 2.35 and a CST Caballero 2.25 in the back

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Great carbon frame bike for the price - Aug 11, 2014

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4 out of 5 stars
Phoenix, AZ

Disclaimer: I bought this bike for my daughter who recently had her bike stolen by professional bike thieves (get a really thick chain lock - they cut through the cable type easily). I am a very experienced cyclist and do most of my bike maintenance myself. Having said that, I am very impressed with this bike. First, shipping from Price Point was lightening fast. Assembly was simple but gave me a chance to closely examine the frame and components. The frame is impressive. I am no carbon fiber expert but I was impressed by the fine workmanship on the frame including internal cable routing. The components are nicely matched and great for a beginner, serious recreational rider or occasional racer. The best thing about this bike, especially at the price, is it is worthy of upgrades. The first thing I would do would be to replace the shock which would shave about 2 pounds from the overall weight. Next would be wheelset. However, for the money this is a great deal on a nice carbon bike and despite the lower end components on the shock and wheels, it still is acceptably lightweight.

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Light and fast. - Aug 05, 2014

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5 out of 5 stars
Brantford, ON

Coming from an aluminum framed 15" 29'er, the geometery of this bike was pretty familiar, however the Haro is almost 3 lbs lighter than the aluminum bike. And stiff! The lack of flex from hard pedalling is immedaiately apparent, and I can see why- the downtube where it meets the bottom bracket is the size of my forearm! Pedal hard, and the bike just flat out goes forward. I find I can climb a couple gears higher than before, which also helps traction quite a bit. Even the low tech XC30 fork works remarkably well, and it's nice to see some quality Ritchey components in the bars, stem, and seatpost etc. I do have a couple gripes with the bike-The supplied Ritchey tires are terrible- heavy, slow, and awful in anything but hardpack- even worse in the wet singletrack than Kenda Smallblock8's that are on my other bike-I will be ordering up some new rubber ASAP. Also, the supplied Draco2 brakes are not as good as the Avid Elixir3's on my aluminum bike, and until I can afford to replace them, the Avids and Dracos will trade places on their respective bikes. Now, considering the sale price of the bike, the small gripes are no big deal-however, if I had spent $2000+ for this bike at MSRP, I would be pretty bummed at having to spend a few hundred dollars to remedy some of the bike's shortcomings. All told, I am happy with the bike, and have even read that Haro stand behind their carbon frames for life! Now that's something you don't see often.

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Great quality on a budget - Jun 09, 2014

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5 out of 5 stars
Arlington, MA

Patiently waiting (a couple of years) for a screaming good deal on a carbon-framed 29er, it finally showed up in the Haro Flightline Comp Carbon 29er. Assembly was relatively quick, threw some pedals on, and spent a day on the bike in nearby conservation land. It's well put together, shifting and braking are flawless, and it's stable at speed through bumpy bits. Chain slap was excessive so I added a chainstay protector. Otherwise, no complaints. Looking forward to plenty of fun this summer.

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Decent bike for the money - May 15, 2014

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4 out of 5 stars
Holden Beach, NC

Bought this as a backup to my Trek. Price was right so can't be too critical. I did change out tires as the stock set just felt heavy and cheap. Fork and rims are heavy but not unbearable. Other components are good quality. Rides great and feels solid.

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Great on the trails - May 15, 2014

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4 out of 5 stars
Los Angeles, CA

I was in the market for a new mountain bike and didn't think of Haro when reviewing the top brands. Haro is normally a BMX bike company, I believe, but they got this mountain bike right! The frame is excellent for tough trails and the price was actually on point - ha!

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