Chad Kerley's CK AM complete bike from Haro is one hell of a ride and now you can see what it can do in the hands of the man himself. Coming in with a full Cr-Mo Frame, investment cast dropouts and a super short (when slammed) 12.75" backend, this thing is ready for the streets. Watch Chad handle some business aboard the CK AM and then get a closer look
Chad Kerley sets a new standard for himself with this flat out amazing street edit for Haro BMX. People are picking their jaws up off the floor after watching this edit so don’t wait another minute, hit play and find out why!
The 2018 Haro CK AM complete bike comes with a 100% crmo frame with integrated head tube, tapered seat and chain stays, welded seat clamp and removable brake and cable mounts. The Fork is made of 100% crmo with internal threaded 1-pc CNC steer tube, tapered legs and 5mm dropouts. At a price of $679,99 for the entire bike, it's time to look into the parts that it comes with.
-100% chromoly frame with integrated head tube, tapered stay tubing with custom formed chain stays and investment cast dropouts, welded seat clamp, 20.75" top tube length and removable brake and cable mounts -100% chromoly fork with internal threaded 1 piece CNC steer tube, tapered legs and 5mm dropouts
Team Enarson - 2nd - Battle of Hastings Plaza Edits 2017. It's all getting real now - we're down to second place in the Battle Of Hastings 2017 Plaza Edits. Here's Chad Kerley and Garrett Reynolds doing it only as they can, for Team Enarson and 2nd place. After watching this you may be asking yourself what the hell happened in the first place video... find out next week!
MexiHaro Haro BMX in Central Mexico Haro Bikes. On arrival into Mexico we were surprised with a full schedule of 8 shop shops in 7 days. Finding spare time to actually ride our bikes became a challenge. Somehow with a crew like this, the good weather and amazing spots equaled quality footage and a video to add to the collection. Featuring Dennis Enarson, Tyler Fernengel, Mike Gray, Chad Kerley and Matthias Dandois.
Only Chad could get away with rocking a visor these days. He calls his bike "Milk", and he can pop a bar-to-manual out of anything. Chad is really consistent and did qualify first but a close final score with the judges sat him back in 3rd.