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
The HARO Lineage Team Master has a manufacturers suggested retail price of $1,409.99 and comes in the classic Turquoise / Mint colour. It weighs in at 28.2 lbs and will ring a bell for those BMX Freestyle riders being active in the late '80-s as it was the bike to get for a lot of them. The double top tube handles the flatland moves from back in the day and the 20.5" top tube length makes the bike controlable even on those early wallrides or quarterpipe airs. It's simple, you want one.
-100% chromoly Lineage Team Master frame with twin top tube, hour glass Mid BB shell, integrated
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!
Jason Watts was in Europe and decided to wing it from Málaga to 'The Lost Bowl' in Portugal before heading over to Barcelona. Wild camping all the way, 2000 miles with friends, the trip was certainly one to remember. Full story and photos at http://rideukb.mx/rUoVqc
At Interbike 2017, Haro introduced a bunch of new bikes and products. We caught up with brand manager John Buultjens to get the official tour. First up was the newest Dave Mirra tribute bike. This bike is based off of Dave's white stead from the year 2000. It's a lot lighter than the original, but matches all of the cosmetic details. Next up was a 29 inch Haro Group 1. Yeah, that's right - a 29 inch.
It was 10 years ago now that we picked up a curly blonde haired kid from San Diego and put him on the illustrious Haro Team. Dennis has won contests in Dirt, Park, Street and Bowl and is without a doubt the best all-around rider in BMX, a title he's unofficially held for quite a few years now. This video titled "Resident" was packed into a week at Dennis home spots in San Diego between trips, influenced by the 3-spot-stop Haro video Dennis did back in 2011.