Haro Pro 24 - 2018

Haro Pro 24
  • Color: Black
  • Color: Black
$609.99
Color:
Black
Size:
21.75-inch
Please select options

Details

The Haro dynasty started with a couple number plates. Add your own to a Haro Pro 24 and join the family. A sized-up cruiser-class version of the legendary Haro Pro, it’s built on a stiff, yet lightweight aluminum frame for explosive acceleration that snaps you out of the gate and keeps you at the front of the pack. Haro spec’d a chromoly tapered fork for precision steering and confident berm carving. And its spec sheet reads like a racer's wish list: 2-piece aluminum cranks, a ProMax brake, Pivotal saddle, and Alienation rims fitted with Kenda rubber. Get the holeshot, cross the finish line first, and become a part of Haro's storied past and exciting future on your Pro 24.

Specs

Frame 6061 Alloy PTC w/ integrated head tube and 3D dropouts w/ integrated chain adjusters
Fork Chromoly 1 1/8-inch threadless w/ tapered legs
Rims/Wheels Alienation PBR alloy 24"
Hubs 3/8-inch straight axles, 36h alloy shell sealed bearing
Tires Kenda Konversion 24x1.75
Crankset 2-pc alloy 175mm
Chainrings 40T
Bottom Bracket PF 86mm
Freewheel 18T
Handlebars Chromoly, 5.25-inch rise
Tape/Grips Micro knurled
Stem Haro CNC alloy front load
Brake Levers Promax
Brakes Promax V-Brake
Pedals DX alloy
Saddle Velo unibody seat/post

Part Numbers

Option UPC MPN
Black / 21.75-inch 691840285414 28541

Reviews

Read 1 Reviews

Write a Review

REVIEW SNAPSHOT®

by PowerReviews
 
5.0

(based on 1 reviews)

100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Lightweight 

Best Uses

  • BMX Racing Cruiser class 

REVIEWS

Reviewed by 1 customers

Sort by

Displaying reviews 1

Back to top

5

Great bike for an adult cruiser

By 

from Edmonton, Alberta

About Me Casual/ Recreational

Pros

  • Lightweight

Cons

    Best Uses

    • BMX Racing Cruiser class

    Comments:

    If you're thinking about BMX racing as a Cruiser, this bike is for you. Cruisers have 24" wheels, and are generally raced by adults (although younger riders can now race Cruiser class). While a lot of race bikes can get up to $1,000; this bike is greater for anyone wanting to race in the Cruiser class.

    Displaying reviews 1

    Back to top