Hakka MX

Oh So Versatile.

  • 700C Wheels
  • 27.5" Wheels too!
  • 142mm Through axle rear
  • Disc Brake compatible

Hakka MX Overview

The Hakka MX is our answer to the Swiss Army Knife.

It’s the bike we’d choose if heaven forbid, we could only have one bike. The Hakka MX is a gravel bike. It’s also a cross bike and a road bike. We’ve logged a few bike packing trips on the Hakka too.

Specs
Wheel Size 700c or 650b/27.5"
Rear Axle 142mm x 12mm thru-axle
Front Axle 100mm x 12mm thru-axle
Seatpost Diameter 31.6mm / Dropper Post Compatible
Rear Brake Flat-mount rear disc (160mm rotor)
Chainstay Length 430mm
Bottom Bracket T47 Threaded Bottom Bracket
Tapered Headtube IS 41/28.6 upper, IS 52/40 lower
Drivetrain 1X or 2X compatible, up to 48t 1X chainring
Front Derailleur Spec 34.9mm clamp, bottom pull
Colors Fireball or Coal
Sizes 49 / 53 / 55 / 58 / 61
Frame Warranty 7 Years

Lightweight

With its ultra versatile geometry and 1000g frame weight, the Hakka MX is just as happy crushing the local club ride as is it is jumping barriers or camping out.

Versatile

It's good to have options. With the Hakka MX, you can run road, cross and gravel friendly 700c wheels, or if you are into burlier backcountry exploration, go with 27.5/650b. With the Hakka MX, you don’t have to pick one tire option or the other. Our subtle sculpted chainstays give the frame clearance for up to 700 x 40c or 27.5 x 2.1” tires. 

Cable Routing Options Galore

No matter what drivetrain you prefer, 1x, electronic, or 2x, the Hakka MX has you covered. The frame has internal cable routing provisions for every drivetrain on the market, plus a dropper post. We’ve even included a slick Di2 battery mount inside the downtube.

Bottom Bracket

We’ve tried every bottom bracket under the sun and in the end, we haven’t found anything that’s more reliable than a threaded BB. Our Hakka features the T47 BB standard, which uses  30mm bearings enabling you to use the recent crop of lightweight cranksets. This is the best way to combine a threaded BB with 30mm spindle compatibility. It’s lightweight, quiet and durable, because no one likes a creaky bike.

Disc Brakes & Fender Mounts

The Hakka MX has flat-mount rear disc mounts and fits a 160mm rotor. There’s also a removable rear fender mount on the seat stays.

Two

We offer two groups (Rival1 and Ultegra Di2), two wheel sizes (700 or 27.5"), 2 color options (fireball or coal), two rim material options (carbon or aluminum) and this image was too pretty not to include.

Five

The Hakka comes in five frame sizes: 49, 53, 55, 58, 61

Notes from a Ramble

Chris McNally did the Ramble Ride Asheville last October on the unreleased at that time Hakka MX. Along with it, Chris did a little travelog of the adventure.

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Hakka MX

Select a Color
  • Fireball frame colour selector
  • Coal frame colour selector

Hakka MX Geometry

Our most versatile bike is the Hakka MX.

  • 70.5–72° Head Tube Angle
  • 73.5–74.5° Seat Tube Angle
  • 430mm Chainstays

Hakka MX Geometry

Nominal Size c-t   49 53 55 58 61
Seat Tube Length A 45518 52520.7 55021.7 57522.7 60523.9
Top Tube Length B 52020.5 54021.3 55021.7 57022.5 59023.3
Head Tube Length C 1104.4 1355.4 1556.2 1756.9 1957.7
Chainstay Length D 43016.93 43016.93 43016.93 43016.93 43016.93
Seat Tube Angle E 74.5º74.5º 73.5º73.5º 73.5°73.5° 73.5°73.5° 73.5°73.5°
Head Tube Angle F 70.570.5 71.5°71.5° 72°72° 72°72° 72°72°
Wheelbase G 100739.7 101139.9 102140.2 103740.9 105741.7
Stack 53221 56022.1 58022.9 59923.6 61624.3
Reach 37014.6 37314.7 38215.1 39115.4 40616
Bottom Bracket Drop 702.8 702.8 702.8 702.8 702.8
Standover Height 72928.8 78531 80231.6 82732.6 85333.6

Standover Heights

Standover height is measured with 706mm diameter tires = 700x40c. 

Subtract 6mm for 700x33c tires or 27.5 x 2.1" tires

Sizing Guide (Rider Height)

49
150–163CM4'11"–5'4"
53
160–173CM5'3"–5'8"
55
170–180CM5'7"–5' 11"
58
178–188CM5'10"–6'2"
61
185–198CM6'1"–6'6"

―The Radavist, theradavist.com

―Tyler Benedict, Bike Rumor

―John Watson, theradavist.com

NOTES FROM A RAMBLE

Chris McNally did the Ramble Ride Asheville last October on the unreleased at that time Hakka MX. Along with it, Chris did a little travelog of the adventure.