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.
Get into the excitement of BMX aboard Haro's Leucadia. The sturdy, high-tensile steel frame and fork, and street-ruling 20-inch wheels take to the air and are tough enough for the landings. Stiff chromoly cranks put all your power into the next trick, and the grippy Kenda tires work great on a variety of surfaces. The 990 brakes rein things in when you need to scrub a little speed, so you nail the launch and bullseye the landing.
Want to ride park, street, and trails? Haro's Boulevard can ride it all. The Boulevard series starts with a strong steel frame with internal headtube and Mid BB shell with a matching hi-ten fork that hold up to all the hard hits from your tricks. 3-piece chromoly cranks power a compact 25/9 drivetrain which turn fat and cushy Haro La Mesa tires. An 8.5-inch-rise handlebar keeps you on your line for perfect setups every time. The lightweight Boulevard platform is built for flow with a straight cable rear brake, and with a 20.5-inch top tube, you get a bike that fits not just your height, but your style as well.
$439.99 - $469.99
Haro's Midway is a solid step into the pro world, built for up-and-coming riders to polish their skills. A chromoly main triangle, internal headset and mid bottom bracket puts this frame in the league with the big boys. The handlebar is sized with the frame, so the 20.5-inch top tube gets an 8.75-inch bar and the 21-incher gets an 9-inch bar. The 3-piece chromoly cranks power sturdy aluminum rims wrapped in 2.4-inch Haro La Mesa tires for cush and grip on every surface, and Haro 1978 plastic pedals save weight as well as your shins. With two different frame sizes, you can score a bike that fits your height–and your style.
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