BMX-tough and street-smart, Haro's Downtown 26 helps keep you young, even if you’re not hucking stair gaps everyday. It’s got cruiser-class geometry and a tough steel frame with internal head tube, Mid BB shell, welded seat clamp, and 22-inch top tube. If you’re airborne-prone, you'll appreciate the aerial extras, such as the stout, 3-piece chromoly cranks and fat Kenda Kranium rubber for sweet landings. At the track or the park, the 36-spoke aluminum wheels and loose ball hubs roll strong, while a pair of plastic pedals keep the weight down and your shins intact.
Haro's Downtown is the perfect entry into the BMX world. It features a strong high-tensile steel frame with 20.3-inch top tube and a steel fork, not to mention a 8.25-inch rise handlebar. The stout chromoly 3-piece crank comes with 25/9 gearing for plenty of speed going into the set. All that speed is transferred through smooth wheels that are wrapped with quality Kenda tires. Plus, the lightweight Downtown platform is built for flow and style with a straight cable rear brake.
Haro's Shredder Pro 24 puts bigger 24-inch wheels under a hi-ten steel frame for big-time fun on the track or cruising the streets around town. A rear alloy brake scrubs speed effectively, and 7-inch bars and 39/16 gearing gives you the leverage to boost when it's time to impress your friends.
When it's time to make the jump to full-size BMX, the Shredder Pro 20 has all the right ingredients. A hi-ten steel frame with 20.3-inch top tube puts full-size handling at the forefront, and 7.5-inch bars, 25/9 micro gearing, and 20 x 2.25-inch tires come together to create a core BMX bike that looks as legit as it rides.
Good things don't have to come in small packages, and Haro's Downtown 24 is proof. Its cruiser geometry and tough steel frame help you rail the berms and the 24-inch wheels are an easy reminder of your BMX roots. You'll appreciate the aerial extras, such as the stout, 3-piece chromoly cranks and fat Kenda Kranium rubber. At the track or the park, the 36-spoke aluminum wheels and loose ball hubs roll strong, while a pair of plastic pedals keep the weight down and your shins intact.
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