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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Evil Chamois Hagar. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
17 reasons to buy
- The Chamois Hagar yearnt to be ridden at speed over raucous terrain.
- It’s versatile; as a bikepacker, commuter and shredder of raw trails.
- Even with slack geometry, the Chamois Hagar accelerated with fervor.
- Hagars handled expertly, when rounding bends on rough trails.
- Considerable range is offered by the SRAM Eagle 12-speed drivetrain.
- Seven mounting points provide for ample bags and bottles.
- Hagar’s carbon fork comes shod with mounts for two bottle or cargo cages.
- Noeverlap? Geometry makes toe-overlap with the front wheel impossible.
- Tire clearance is for 700x50c tires (as a 1x ) or 700x40c (with a 2x setup). Phat.
- A cabled or wireless dropper-post adorns the Hagar as stock.
- A stealthy matt-black paint job stays true to the evil aesthetic.
- Chamois Hagars accomodate a front derailleur with a double chainring.
- A downtube frame protector insures the carbon frame against rock-strike.
- The organic flow of the carbon frame creates a unique visual appeal.
- WTB Venture tires offered ample traction and speed on dry trails and roads.
- An Easton EA70 AX carbon handlebar absorbed vibration well.
- The switchable clutch mechanism on Shimano GRX derailleurs can be turned off.
4 reasons not to buy
- The lengthy cockpit wandered somewhat when climbing.
- WTB Venture tires became easily glomped with mud - and didn’t shed it well.
- Handling was less agile on tight bends or at slower speeds.
- The Hagar was less comfortable at slower speeds and could be rough on the wrists.