Haro has been a huge name in the BMX world since 1977 when they first began making parts and accessories. Now, they offer an amazing line-up of freestyle, jumping, and racing BMX bikes, as well as sweet downhill and mountain bikes. Check out this sampling of some of our favorites! BMX All-Terrain
The Mirra Pro is a showcase of the 12-year relationship between Dave Mirra and Haro. Its chromoly frame and fork are heat treated for superior strength and handling. It sports super-stiff Premium-Lite cranks with a sealed MID bottom bracket and Alex SG rims spinning on Haro Pro-Lite sealed hubs. Plus, the Mirra Pro stacks your trick portfolio with 4 case-hardened pegs, dual Dia-Tech 996 brakes and an Oryg cable detangler.
As reigning King of Dirt, Ryan Nyquist has proven his skills go far and wide. He shares his wisdom in the pro-level ride that bears his name, the Nyquist Pro. And with it, you'll have all the tools necessary for building a steamin' trick roster. You'll love the beefy 3-piece cranks, full-chromoly frame and the grippy Dia-Tech 990 rear brake. Plus, this sweet rig practically glides on the sturdy Alex rims, Prolite sealed-bearing hubs and the custom dirt/park tire combo. Get ready for the big time.
Sail over doubles and shoot through turns like you've got rocket boosters with the wicked-fast Group 1 SX 24. Maximum sprinting speed is yours thanks to this big-wheeled bomber's super-compact hydroformed-aluminum frame and stout chromoly fork. The TruVativ cranks are flex-free wonders and the Sun rims and Kenda tires keep you glued to the track. Plus, with Haro's race-worthy BMX components you're one step closer to the championship round!
All-mountain and everywhere riders, Haro's Sonix VL120 has your number! It sports Haro's sweet Virtual-Link suspension for the coveted virtue of climbing prowess and downhill zoom! Plus, the low-stand-over height enhances the supple, nimble ride, while the Manitou Black Comp fork eats rutted, rock-strewn trails for lunch. Add to that the slick SRAM/Shimano/TruVativ drivetrain, and you'll be speeding along your favorite trails with ease. Plus, the Avid mechanical discs provide tons of stopping power and control.
Conquer rock-strewn downhills with the bump-devouring power of Haro's .357 Magnum. This burly aluminum speed machine is made for maximum muscle and hard-core riding. Its dialed suspension boasts rear travel that's adjustable from 178mm to 228mm and matches superbly with the 203mm RockShox Boxxer Team fork. Plus, this amazing bicycle boasts a top-notch Sun MTX/Pivit wheelset, tough TruVativ Holzfeller crank, Shimano XT shifting and Hayes El Camino hydraulic discs.
Those who fear a flat world will experience downhill bliss on the Extreme X7. This is not your father's mountain bike. It features a stout, hydroformed-aluminum frame with a healthy 178mm of travel to help you tame dicey courses, while the 150mm-travel Manitou Stance Blunt fork hungrily devours torturous terrain. Plus, with the slick-shifting TruVativ/SRAM drivetrain, you'll pedal with ease while the Hayes hydraulic discs turn warp speed into a crawl in record time with their 203mm rotors.
Haro has been a huge name in the BMX world since 1977 when they first began making parts and accessories. Now, they offer an amazing line-up of freestyle, jumping, and racing BMX bikes, as well as sweet downhill and mountain bikes. Check out this sampling of some of our favorites!