The brand new 2015 HASA R4 Road Bike is a bike which has something to offer to everybody: whether you are looking for an alternative to commuting, an experienced cyclist looking for a high-performance bike under a small budget or a rookie who wants to explore cycling. The HASA Aluminium frame along with the HASA Aluminium 6061 Fork makes the bike light and robust. The bike is equipped with Shimano 2400 shifters which work like a charm and makes shifting easy and seamless. Offering a 24 speed gear range, this bike is ready to hit any terrain. The Tektro Alloy Caliper brakes have been installed to provide shear braking force with precision, control and stability. The best thing about the bike is its price. Looking at the set of components and features that come with the bike, the price is just staggering and it offers you a bargain of your lifetime.
The bike ships with HASA 6061 Aluminum Frameset with HASA Aluminium 6061 Fork; SAGA Integrated Headset (1-1/8 inches); CH-51 Bottom Bracket (Cartridge Type); Shimano FCA073C 090 X 50-39-30 Crankset (teeth 170 millimetre); SRAM PG-850 12-26T Cassette (8-speed); Shimano HG-50 Chains;
The bike has Shimano 2400 Shifters (24 speed) along with Shimano 2403 Front and Shimano 2400 Rear Derailleur for smooth and efficient shifting.
Tektro R315 Alloy Caliper Brakes provide precision braking with superior stability and control.
The other components that make up the bike are Alloy CNC Black 32H Rims (double walled); A171 Joytech Alloy Black 32 Hole Front Hub and Alloy F192 Joytech Alloy 32 Hole Rear Hub; Stainless Steel Black Spokes; Innova 700x23C tires with Maxxis 700C x 18 by 25C Tubes; Sanmacro Era Start Saddle; Lujin ATB-251 Alloy Black Stem; Satori Furio Pro-Alloy Black Handlebar; and Zoom SP-209 Alloy Black Seatpost.
The Brand New HASA 2015 R4 Road Bike is an intermediate level bike which can also serve as an alternative commuter. The bike comes with an Aluminium Frameset which makes the bike light and handy. The Shimano 24 Speed gears also do a good job.
Although it is shipped almost assembled and you need to assemble only the front wheel, stem, the seatpost and the pedals, assembly can pose a problem if you have not done anything like this before. The instructions that come with the bike suffer from lack of clarity and it is best to visit the local bike shop to set the bike up for a ride. You might also want to tune the front and rear derailleurs and the brakes before you start riding it.
Overall, the bike performs well and can be used for hardcore biking as well as commuting. The price tag associated with this machine is extremely lucrative and the bike is definitely value for your money.