Motobecane 2Hundred7 / 2Hundred10

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38.65, 39 lbs
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Summary of Reviews

We have read all expert and user reviews on the Motobecane 2Hundred7 / 2Hundred10. 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.

Bottom line

This bike is almost half the price of similarly equipped big-brand downhill bikes. The componentry is not compromised. Where Motobecane manages to cut costs, is in their no-frills approach to promotion and sales. The 2Hundred7 and 2Hundred10 are one of those bikes that eschews fancy design and marketing costs, in favor of quality construction and reliance on word-of-mouth endorsements. It’s an amazingly well-priced downhill mountain bike that requires no upgrades and is ready to be thrown down your rowdiest mountainside, stat.

Expert Reviews

80/100 based on 1 expert reviews

Motobecane 2Hundred7 Downhill Bike Review

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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Compared to other bikes
#61 Best Mountain
Bottom 30%
#3 Best Downhill
Bottom 50%
#247 Best of All Bikes
Bottom 20%


In comparison to averages of categories
Motobecane 2Hundred7 / 2Hundred10