This bike screams VALUE and is the perfect Boise bike!

If the flow of the foothills with climbs and xc descents are your jam, then this bike is the pb to your jelly.  (Mom joke).

Every single one of us at the shop has been so stoked looking at the Haro Double Peak .
Here’s why…not only does it look sharp, but it’s ready with 29er wheels, internally dropper seat post ready, tubeless-ready wheelset, 1x drivetrain, and an air fork. All for the value price of $1199.99.

BEST PART? We have a full size run of this bike.

What do all the features mean to you?

The 2021 Double Peak 29″ Comp features a brand new X6 series hardtail frame design with an up-to-date Trail geometry and a low stand-over height, for slightly more aggressive Trail riding. With its fairly slack 67-degree head tube, fairly steep seat tube angle with its bend, The “DP” Comp delivers on steep climbs and fast, rough downhills. The list of specs features a lightweight and versatile 2021 1×10 Shimano Deore cassette and derailleur set along with a “1x” Boost crankset with a 32T chainwheel. The easy-rolling 29″ Weinmann U-32 alloy wheelset is fitted with large Kenda Regolith 2.4″ tires and the front end features an upgraded Rockshox Judy Silver 120mm fork with hydraulic lockout. A very capable “Down-Country” performance bike, the Comp flies but always lands and stops safely thanks to its extended fork travel and Shimano MT-201 Hydraulic disc brake set.
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It means the range of gears in the back allow you to climb to the top of Sidewinder in Boise with more ease.  The travel on the fork on this hardtail is perfect for the trails in our area.  At a 120mm of travel you can confidently descend your way back down Sidewinder.  A bike that is efficient climbing and confident with descending our XC trails is a win-win in our book, probably in your book too.  

For those of you looking for the highlights in bullet point form, keep reading about the pure awesomeness that exists in the Haro Double Peak Comp.

The BUILD

  • 1 x 10 Shimano Deore drivetrain  
  • Climbing gear of 46 tooth on the cassette
  • Boost spacing
  • Thru axle on front and rear
  • 120mm travel air fork: Rockshox Judy 
  • Tubeless ready Weinmann wheelset
  • Shimano hydraulic disc brakes

Staff pick upgrades we would do:

  1. Maxxis skinwall tires, Ardent up front & Ikon on the rear (traction and style points)
  2. Muc-off Tubeless valves in black 
  3. Deity Deftrap pedals in turquoise
  4. Deity Supracush grips in turquoise
  5. Dropper seatpost of your choice.  Just get one!

We have every color of grip from Deity Components.  You can get the matching pedals too.  Not only are they local, but they are also top-quality products.  Their products are the number one upgrade to bikes at our shop. 

Speaking of upgrades, the Maxxis tire setup we recommended has been run by  Adam, Jessica, Cody, Jessalyn, and more of our shop crew and customers.  The Maxxis skinwall on the Ardent & Ikon tire combination has been our shop signature for the past few years.  S

The skinwall tires give your bike the style points.  Ardent tread up front is all the traction you could need in the high desert ride conditions.  Ikon tread on the rear balances traction and low roll resistance for peak efficiency while pedaling.  

Style, traction, and efficiency.  Every bike needs tires, so make them count.  

If this was your bike, where would you ride and what upgrades would you make?