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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on this bike. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
10 reasons to buy
- The 2Hundred’s value-for-money was dubbed ‘incredible’ by an expert.
- Tire clearance was ample: 150mm rear and 110mm front hub spacing easily accommodates big tires.
- A 200mm RockShox Boxxer fork featured a spring specific to each bike’s size.
- RockShox rear suspension coil, in conjunction with the front shock, delivered a calm and balanced ride.
- 2Hundred7 and 2Hundred10 models offer 7 and 10 speed options.
- SRAM Code brakes offered awesome performance from big 200mm rotors.
- Maxxis Minion tires were deemed ‘ideal’.
- The frame was praised for sturdiness, free-movement in pivot-points and minimal play.
- Aesthetics were kept understated, with a flat black paintjob, matching components and minimal branding.
- WTB TCS rims came tubeless compatible.
4 reasons not to buy
- An expert noted that there are three frame sizes available, but hoped for more.
- The 2Hundred’s chainstays are a little longer than its peers, perhaps affecting pedal efficiency.
- The 403mm reach is a tad shorter (about 10mm) than bikes with the latest geometry.
- An expert felt that the WTB saddle was not the most comfortable.
Expert Reviews80/100 based on 1 expert reviews
Motobecane 2Hundred7 Downhill Bike Review
Level 3 expert
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Value-packed downhill bike that ticks all the right boxes. Our takeaway after riding this bike is there simply are no shortcuts in the spec.
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