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Haro Shredder Pro 20
$249.99
Haro's Shredder Pro 20 is perfect for young riders getting into it or graduating from a smaller bike. The tough steel frame shakes off the knocks of childhood. Being from Haro, this is a fully legit BMX bike, with aggro freestyle geometry and legit parts like a 990 brake, Kenda tires and 25/9 gearing.
Giant GFR (Coaster Brake)
$255.00
From the driveway to the dirt. The possibilities are endless with this rugged and lightweight BMX bike. With its dialed geometry and reliable components, the GFR is designed to help young BMX riders as they progress. From those first bursts of speed to more advanced skills and tricks, it’s with them all the way.
Giant GFR (Freewheel)
$280.00
From the driveway to the dirt. The possibilities are endless with this rugged and lightweight BMX bike. With its dialed geometry and tough components, the GFR is designed to help young BMX riders as they progress. From those first bursts of speed to more advanced skills and tricks, it’s with them all the way.
Haro Leucadia DLX 20.3
$329.99
Get into the excitement of BMX aborad Haro's Leucadia DLX. The sturdy high-tensile steel frame and fork, and street-ruling 20-inch wheels take to the air and are tough enough for the landings. Stiff chromoly cranks put all the power into the next trick, and the grippy Kenda tires shine when you have a need for speed. The 990 brakes rein things in, and the 20.3-inch top tube delivers a pro fit.
Haro Downtown DLX - 20.3-Inch
$349.99
Up your BMX bag of tricks with Haro's Downtown DLX. The Downtown series features a strong high-tensile steel frame and fork and 8.25-inch rise handlebar. It is offered in a 20.3-inch frame for a comfortable fit. The stout chromoly 3-piece cranks power a high-clearance 25/9 gearing and the quality wheels are wrapped with fine Kenda tires. Plus, the tech-oriented Downtown platform comes with all the goodies you could want - a front 990 brake, a detangler, and four pegs for ambidextrous antics.
Haro Boulevard
$379.99
Want to ride park, street, and trails? Haro's Boulevard can ride it all. The Boulevard series starts with a strong steel frame and fork that hold up to all the hard hits from your tricks. 3-piece chromoly cranks power a compact 25/9 drivetrain which turn grippy Haro La Mesa tires. An 8.5-inch handlebar controls the whole thing and steers you into the right lines. The lightweight Boulevard platform is built for flow with a straight cable rear brake, and with a 20.5-inch top tube, you get a bike that fits not just your height, but your style as well.
Haro Midway
$439.99 - $499.99
Haro's Midway is built for up-and-coming riders to polish their skills. A chromoly main triangle, internal headset and Mid bottom bracket puts this frame in the league with the big boys. The handlebar is sized with the frame, so the 20.5-inch top tube gets an 8.25-inch bar and the 21-incher gets an 8.5-inch bar. The 3-piece chromoly cranks power sturdy aluminum rims wrapped in Haro La Mesa tires for grip on every surface, and Haro Recycled plastic pedals save weight as well as your shins. The lightweight Midway platform is built for flow and speed with a straight cable rear brake and with two different sizes, you can score a bike that fits your height, and your style as well.
Haro Plaza
$659.99
Haro's Plaza is what you get when Haro's 30+ years of experience builds up an aftermarket-quality bike. Built around Haro's chromoly frame and tapered-legs fork, the spec list just goes up from there. The Haro double-wall rims are sturdy, spin on sealed hubs front and back, and are encased in fat Haro tires. Full chromoly bars are sized to the bike with an 8.5-inch rise for 20.5-inch frame and an 8.75-inch rise for a 21-inch frame. Detangler mounts are there if you want them, and the ability to remove the posts and cable mount keep this rig light and clean looking. Plus, with two different sizes, you get a bike that fits your style.
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