The 2017 Haro Bikes UK Race Team got together for a weekend in the midlands to hit up a fair few race & pump tracks on their freshly pimped up Haro race bikes with the help of some the best components in the game courtesy of BOX BMX, collect their fresh 2017 O'Neal racing kit and do some training before the season kicks off.
Yup, the last one of 2016. And yes we'll continue once the new site gets launched on 1-1-2017. Make sure to check in for the pin up shots of 2017 but before we move ahead too far, we take a look at today's girl who happens to pose with a legendary BMX Freestyle bike. #1 bike, #1 girl, #1 car, whatever you prefer. Enjoy.
Two sizes, three colours. That's what's available for the 2017 HARO Midway. With Top Tube sizes of 20.5" or 21.0" and colours going from a shiny chrome to matt blue and gloss root beer, there's a Midway that fits everyone out there. Your local HARO dealer can tell you all about the bike but if you want to show up prepared, read all the info below first.
Features - Midway: -3 tube chromoly frame (top tube, down tube & seat tube) with removable brake hardware, mid BB shell, integrated head tube, welded seat clamp and a 20.5" or 21" top tube length.
You don't win a Nora Cup because you suck at riding and you're a jerk. People need to like you and you need to be ripping harder than anyone else out there. It's no secret that Dennis Enarson is the man. He can make anything he does look good. But he needs a tool to do it with. And guess what, you can own the very same bike. Contact a HARO Bikes dealer to see if he has one of the signature Dennis Enarson Haro SD's in stock and then make that decision. The bike won't be the reason any longer that the trick doesn't work. It's all up to you.
Two years of stacking clips, injuries, pain, recovery, and life in between have all led to this. Four minutes of high-speed, hit you over the head riding from the one and only Tyler Fernengel for Haro BMX!
The HARO Downtown 18 is a bike that will get a youngster between 8-12 hooked on BMX.
It's hard to believe that there was a time when beginners had to move from a 16" bike to a 20" BMX bike. The 18" Downtown bridges that gap. It just makes sense to have the right sized bike for anyone, especially in this age group where new BMX-ers are born.
The Haro Downtown has the right geometry, just scaled down from the 20" version. Leave that up to the folks at HARO Bikes, they've been in this game since day one.