Haro has been making freestyle bikes for around 25 years, they know a thing or two, and the Steel Reserve 1.3 proves that. It's got a full chromoly frame with a proper geometry and super low standover height so you can bust out tailwhips, can-cans, and maybe even a back flip. The cranks are made from chromoly, and you've got burly Spank Industries wheels so rough landings are no problem. The 100mm-travel Marzocchi DJ1 fork with 20mm through-axle helps with that as well. The singlespeed setup keeps it simple and light and the interchangeable dropouts let you convert it to a geared bike (parts sold separately). Kenda K-Rad tires can go from the dirt to the street with no compromise, and the rear Tektro disc brake lets you scrub speed and frees your front end for bar spins and decades.
|Frame||Haro chromoly w/interchangeable dropouts, butted downtube|
|Fork||Marzocchi DJ1 w/100mm travel, 20mm thru-axle|
|Rims/Wheels||Spank Industries Spoon|
|Tires||Kenda Small Block 8, 26 x 2.35 (front), 26 x 2.1 (rear)|
|Crankset||Haro chromoly 8-spline|
|Handlebars||Spank Industries 762 rider|
|Stem||Spank Industries Spoon|
|Brake Levers||Tektro Draco 2|
|Brakes||Tektro Draco 2 hydraulic disc (rear only) w/160mm rotor|
|Pedals||Haro Thin w/replaceable pins|
|Saddle||Haro Slim padded Pivotal|
* Subject to change without notice.
|Option||Barcode||Manufacturer's Part Number|
|Trans Gold / Short||00691840156516||15651|
|Trans Gold / Long||00691840156523||15652|