What kind of BMX bike does Haro make?

What kind of BMX bike does Haro make?

Haro builds a broad range of BMX freestyle bikes that help you do just that, from Pro builds all the way down to slightly more affordable yet fully capable machines. We have always had the best professional riders on our bikes which makes for a great research and development team (minus the white lab coats-see Team).

What to do with a Haro freestyle bike?

Freestyle: Freestyle bikes from Haro are designed to perform tricks. The bikes have a beefy frame, large wheels, and pavement-ready tires. Freestyle bikes are typically ridden at skate parks or in areas that are appropriate for trick riding. Dirt jumper: These Haro bikes are a fusion between true BMX bikes and freestyle bikes.

Who are some famous people that ride Haro Bikes?

A new competitive BMX racing team was formed and superstar freestyle riders Dave Mirra and Ryan Nyquist were signed by Haro soon after. Haro’s new products re-established its reputation for innovation and performance. By 1999, sales had exploded and Haro Bikes was again recognized as one of the top brands of BMX and freestyle bikes.

Who is the owner of Haro mountain bikes?

(March 2016) Haro Bikes Corporation is an American BMX and Mountain bicycle manufacturer. The company was founded in 1978 by Bob Haro. Haro started out producing numberplates for BMX bikes in his Home. Demand for these stylish plates quickly outgrew his one-man capacity.

Is the serial number for Haro the same as the model?

Serial number will contain a model abbreviation and year/month within the first 5 or so digits. Year codes interchange month/year, year/month with no blatantly discernable pattern. No difference, same year same model just an oddity seen in the later serials. Have now seen another difference, but I cannot find the post it was in!!

What’s the model year of a freestyler Haro?

Model year depends on frame style, color, features, parts, etc. PLEASE KEEP THAT IN MIND!! For anyone confusing an actual Freestyler model Haro with a Master, PLEASE review the pics in the museum here or on affiliate sites.