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Old 01-06-09, 07:24 AM   #1
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Anyone heard of HASA bikes?

Found this a new LBS that was really near my home...

They sell HASA bikes, and i checked it's website, http://www.hasabike.com.tw. (Taiwanese brand)

Has anyone heard of them?

Are they any good?
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Old 01-06-09, 03:08 PM   #2
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*** CONGRATULATIONS! ***
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Pls joining us in congratulating to Ms.Cai-Chan,Lan
with HASA BIKE (Model:TI-700)
on having win the championship (Girl's 10 miles)
in the "11th International Olympic Chairman Cup"
(the general finals of bicycle contest of hundred cities national since 1996),
held on May-01 in Kweiyang, Kweichow, China.

Congratulations again to Ms.Cai-Chan,Lan

P.S. Pls see photos in Gallery-Contest & Award.


HENG FENG BICYCLE CO., LTD.
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Our Design,Your Style.

Edit: What I'm getting at (before my computer crashed) is that I think its a bit unprofessional to use Pls on you company's website. But if you've seen some of their bikes than I guess they are legit (as you know).

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Who HASA POS?

Never heard of them.
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hmm...i might go check them out soon... (just for the fun of it...)
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those that I've seen over here seemed pretty low end, not much better than big box store bike shaped objects. This is not to say thats all they make.
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went there today...

They had very little bikes for show...

Some were folding, some were mountain bikes...

Some were full carbon, some were semi-carbon...

And there was one hardtail with 'carbon' seatpost, handlebar, and headtube.

It's RD and brakes (hyrdraulic) were Deore LX's.

Shifters had the "Dual Control Lever", meaning you shift gears and brake with the same lever (press down to shift gears, pull to brake)

Had WTB Nanoraptors 2.1's...

And the fork was a Rock Shox Reba SL (80mm)...

Price : $1142

I asked to test ride it, but the shop owner said, "Im sorry, but you can't test ride it, because the wheels with get dirty and scratched. If other customers want to buy it, they would want new tyres."

. . .

Well there were other hardtails...but they are pretty insignificant to talk about.

And there were also some dual sussies that were like $430..... (HASA fork and shocks, Kenda K-890's, Acera RD's, Tourney LD's, and all other crap...)

But well there are some duallies that had RS Recons, RS Bar 2.1s, Deore LX's, and all.

I don't know what to say.
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