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Haro has been a recognized name in the BMX world since 1977 when they first began making number plates and accessories. In fact, Bob Haro started making number plates free of charge for BMX racers initially. These plates became so popular that he had to start charging for them. And his number plate sales soon led to Haro mouth guards and visors paving the way for an important product niche in the BMX community. This specialty company would soon be known as Haro Designs.

Haro 300.2
$339.99
The sheer wealth of freestyle fun that Haro packs into the 300.2 is just what you need to dominate the streets and parks. It sports a tough frame with a chromoly down tube and Haro's renowned geometry for precise handling on the ground and in the air. Its burly 36-spoke Alienation rims are laced to smooth-rolling hubs with a 14mm axle in the back for a flex-free ride. Plus, the 3-piece chromoly cranks are stiff, reliable and rock a light 25/9 gearing that gives you great clearance over copings and obstacles. Speaking of obstacles, you've got a set of pegs and a rotor which turns them into your playground. Perhaps best thing about the 300, is the fact that it comes in a 21-inch top tube version. Now, taller riders can get a bike that fits them as well as their wallets.
Haro 200.1
$284.99
Turndowns, rail grinds, classic tabletops, just another day in the life of Haro's 200.1. This rig sports a tough steel frame and fork featuring Haro's renowned geometry in 3 different sizes. That means a smaller rider can get on a 20-inch wheeled bike much sooner and still have precise handling on the ramps, street and everywhere else. You'll roll confidently on the 36-spoke wheels and smooth hubs with a stout 14mm rear axle. The 25/9 gearing rocks a cassette driver for instant engagement and low weight, too. Throw in tubular cromo cranks, a steel riser bar and resin pedals, and you have a bike that's ready for hardcore day-in, day-out riding.
Haro 100.1
$249.99
Haro's 100.1 is a great-handling machine for the first-time park/street rider. The 100 comes in the perfect in-between size with a 20.3-inch top tube, making it the right tool for getting into BMX riding. Its strong steel freestyle frameset is dialed to make nailing jumps and tricks an afterthought. Plus, it's decked out with all the essentials, such as a strong rear U-brake for control and 36-spoke wheels that easily handle tough landings. The frame's rear dropouts can accommodate a 14mm rear axle so if you want to step up to a 25/9 drivetrain eventually, you can do it quick and easy. Sweet.
Haro 300.1
$329.99
The sheer wealth of freestyle fun that Haro packs into the 300.1 is just what you need to dominate the streets and parks. It sports a tough frame with a chromoly down tube and Haro's renowned geometry for precise handling on the ground and in the air. Its burly 36-spoke Alienation rims are laced to smooth-rolling hubs with a 14mm axle in the back for a flex-free ride. Plus, the 3-piece chromoly cranks are stiff, reliable and rock a light 25/9 gearing that gives you great clearance over copings and obstacles. Perhaps best thing about the 300, is the fact that it comes in a 21-inch top tube version. Now, taller riders can get a bike that fits them as well as their wallets.
Haro 100.3
$269.99
Haro's 100.3 is a great-handling machine for the first-time park/street rider. The 100 comes in the perfect in-between size with a 20.3-inch top tube, making it the right tool for getting into BMX riding. Its strong steel freestyle frameset is dialed to make nailing jumps an afterthought. And when it comes time to impress with bar spins and grinds; 4 steel pegs, dual 990 brakes and an Ende cable detangler are at the ready. Plus, it's decked out with all the essentials, such as 36-spoke wheels and steel bars that easily handle tough landings. The frame's rear dropouts can accommodate a 14mm rear axle so if you want to step up to a 25/9 drivetrain eventually, you can do it no problem. Sweet.
Haro Blackout
$1,299.99
Haro's Blackout is made for one thing and one thing only: Speed. For those who crave the holeshot and ripping into the first berm ahead of the pack, this lightweight aluminum machine provides explosive acceleration, with a Citizen carbon fork to lighten things up and deliver laser-sharp handling. Haro decked out the Blackout with 2-piece aluminum cranks to power the quick Alienation rims and Kenda tires that hold on when you need it. Factor in the ProMax grips and linear pull brakes, with the sleek Box Echelon seat/carbon post combo, and this bike will have you smiling for many victories to come. - Blackout PTC (Power Transfer Center) frame with lightweight HSR alloy construction, integrated tapered head tube, tapered seat tube, air-formed triple-butted top tube, over-sized triple butted down tube.
Haro Downtown
$329.99
Haro's Downtown is the perfect entry into the BMX world. It features a tough high-tensile steel frame with internal head tube, Mid BB shell, and welded seat clamp. Its steel fork and rise handlebar are equally rugged, and get you poised for your next run-up with confidence. The stout, chromoly 3-piece crank comes with 25/9 gearing for plenty of speed going into the set and plenty of clearance under the sprocket. All that speed is transferred through smooth-rolling and durable wheels that are wrapped with Kenda Kontacts that stick the landing every time. The lightweight Downtown platform is built for flow and style with a straight cable rear brake, so you can focus on learning the next trick.
Haro Boys' Flightline 24
$324.99
If your young rider wants to ride around the block, to school, or with the big kids, Haro's Flightline 24 is the bike to do it on. Its low-slung, easy-riding frame inspires confidence and the 40mm-travel suspension fork offers excellent handling and control on rough roads and trails. And, they'll love the reliable Shimano 18-speed drivetrain with intuitive twist shifting, and the linear-pull brakes which deliver solid stopping power.
Haro Girls' Flightline 24
$324.99
If your young rider wants to ride around the block, to school, or with the big kids, Haro's Flightline 24 is the bike to do it on. Its low-slung, easy-riding frame inspires confidence and the 40mm-travel suspension fork offers excellent handling and control on rough roads and trails. And, they'll love the reliable Shimano 18-speed drivetrain with intuitive twist shifting, and the linear-pull brakes which deliver solid stopping power.
Haro Shredder 18
$199.99
Haro's Shredder 18 is perfect for young riders graduating from a smaller bike, but who aren't quite ready for a 20-incher. The tough steel frame shakes off the knocks of childhood. They've got both a hand brake and a coaster brake, perfect for getting the hang of braking.
Haro Downtown DLX
$349.99
Up your BMX bag of tricks with Haro's Downtown DLX. The Downtown series features a strong high-tensile steel frame and fork and riser handlebar. It is offered in both 19.5- and 20.3-inch frame for a perfect fit. The stout, chromoly cranks power a high-clearance 25/9 gearing and the alloy wheels are wrapped with cushy Kenda Kontacts. Plus, the tech-oriented Downtown DLX comes with all the goodies you need — a front 990 brake, a cable detangler, and pegs on all four corners.
Haro Shredder 16 - Girl's
$189.99
Haro's Shredder 16 is perfect for young riders graduating from a run bike. The tough steel frame shakes off the knocks of childhood. They've got both a hand brake and a coaster brake, perfect for getting the hang of braking.
Haro Shredder Pro 20
$249.99
Haro's Shredder Pro 20 is perfect for young riders getting into it or graduating from a smaller bike. The tough steel frame shakes off the knocks of childhood. Being from Haro, this is a fully legit BMX bike, with aggro freestyle geometry and legit parts like a 990 brake, Kenda tires and 25/9 gearing.
Haro Rivon Si
$869.99
This is your year to raise your mileage and lower your PR, and Haro's Rivon Si is your accomplice, cheerleader and crew chief. Its lightweight aluminum frame and carbon fork are quick and nimble while delivering all-day comfort and a smooth ride. Shimano’s 27-speed Sora drivetrain keeps you rolling efficiently, both up and downhill, while powerful Shimano hydraulic disc brakes give you incredible stopping power to confidently navigate city streets, bike paths, and more. A set of 32mm-wide Kenda Kwick Bitumen tires ensure mile after mile of smooth, trouble-free riding, so you can focus on knocking down your commute time a little each week, or just enjoy the scenery. Haro also carefully considered your comfort when they outfitted the Rivon’s cockpit with supportive, stylish components from Haro and Pivit.
Haro Aeras
$489.99
For a fast, versatile bike that gets you where you want to go, climb aboard Haro’s Aerus. Its lightweight aluminum frame and durable steel fork are quick and nimble while delivering all-day comfort. You’ll have all the gears you can handle with Shimano’s 21-speed drivetrain, keeping you rolling efficiently, both up and downhill, while a powerful pair of disc brakes give you the stopping power you need to safely and confidently navigate city streets, bike paths, and more. And your comfort is paramount in the Aeras’ cockpit, which features supportive, stylish components from Haro and Pivit.
Haro Flightline Two 27.5
$439.99
Haro's Flightline Two 27.5 is ready to tackle any adventures you can find. At its core is a lightweight, durable aluminum frame that takes on rough trails easily. It's 27.5-inch alloy rims and knobby tires roll easily over obstacles, but are nimble in the corners, too. The Flightline Two also sports a suspension fork with enough travel to take the edge off bumpy terrain. You’ll always find the right gear with the easy-shifting 24-speed Shimano drivetrain, and Tektro disc brakes brakes offer powerful, all-conditions stopping power for maximum control and fun.
Haro Aeras
$489.99
For a fast, versatile bike that gets you where you want to go, climb aboard Haro’s Aerus. Its lightweight aluminum frame and durable steel fork are quick and nimble while delivering all-day comfort. You’ll have all the gears you can handle with Shimano’s 21-speed drivetrain, keeping you rolling efficiently, both up and downhill, while a powerful pair of disc brakes give you the stopping power you need to safely and confidently navigate city streets, bike paths, and more. And your comfort is paramount in the Aeras’ cockpit, which features supportive, stylish components from Haro and Pivit.
Haro Aire
$489.99
For a fast, versatile ride that gets your where you want to go, climb aboard Haro’s Aire. Its lightweight aluminum step-through frame and durable steel fork are tuned to be quick and nimble while delivering all-day comfort. You’ll have all the gears you can handle with Shimano’s 21-speed drivetrain, keeping you rolling efficiently, both up and downhill, and a powerful pair of disc brakes give you the stopping power you need to safely and confidently navigate city streets, bike paths, and more. Haro carefully considered your comfort when they outfitted the Aire's cockpit with supportive, stylish components from Haro and Pivit. Who knew that getting around town could be this much fun?
Haro Double Peak 27.5 Trail
$649.99
Whether you're new to the sport, have been riding a while, or are a returning mountain biker, Haro's Double Peak 27.5 Trail is non-stop fun straight from your door to your favorite trail and back again. This tough machine boasts an aluminum frame with a 100mm Suntour suspension fork to smooth out the rough stuff and fast, nimble 27.5-inch wheels wrapped in knobby Kenda tires to hook up in a variety of conditions. It also sports fine components like a wide-range 27-speed Shimano drivetrain to get you rolling and powerful Shimano hydraulic brakes to slow you down in a hurry.
Haro Shift R5 LT
$1,849.99
When your taste for action includes rocks, drops, jumps, and berms, you need the all-mountain Shift R5, featuring Haro's long travel 4-Bar linkage frame and 140mm of travel. Go smoother and faster on steeper downhills — you'll have no problem climbing out again without a tow rope or shuttle. The low anti-squat pivot point suspension design and short rear-end keep climbing spunky and handling nimble, balanced by the downhill confidence of a slightly slacker head tube angle and long front triangle. Agile and playful, the Shift R5 LT is equipped with a Shimano Deore 1x10 drivetrain, Shimano hydraulic disc brakes, and RockShox suspension components.
Haro Subvert HT3
$1,029.99
What's your rocky-trail secret? Plush, wide, smooth rolling Kenda Havoc 2.8-inch tires, pumped to your preferred air pressure: low for maximum cushion, or higher for faster rides. Designed for plus tires, the HT3's 6061-T6 high-end aluminum alloy frame with internal cable routing is paired with a 120mm suspension fork and Boost alloy disc hubs to match and complement oversize plus tires. Your value-packed component package includes a 1x10 Shimano/SunRace drivetrain, 2-piece crankset, Tektro disc brakes, and tubeless-ready WTB TCS wheels.
Haro Flightline 24
$329.99
When your young rider wants to ride around the block, to school, or with you on the trails, Haro's Flightline 24 is raring to go! Its low-slung, easy-riding frame inspires confidence, and the 40mm-travel suspension fork helps soak up the rough stuff. The wide-range Shimano 18-speed drivetrain works with intuitive twist shifters, turning hills into a fun challenge, while the V-brakes deliver solid stopping power to keep it safe on the way down.
Haro Downtown 24
$359.99
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.
Haro Double Peak 27.5 Plus Comp
$899.99
Ready to turn up the juice on your mountain biking? Start off with a trail-ready aluminum frame and 120mm-travel suspension fork. Then, add plus-sized, 27.5 x 2.8-inch tires, wrapped around tough Weinmann wheels for incredible traction, more efficient braking, and increased confidence on rough terrain. Throw in a streamlined, efficient 1x10-speed Shimano Deore drivetrain to get you up to speed and dominate hills. Keep that speed in check with Tektro hydraulic disc brakes that grab hard in any conditions, and control it all from a cockpit decked out with lightweight components from Pivit, WTB, and Haro. Now, you have a recipe for fun.
Haro Flightline 26 Plus
$579.99
Haro's Flightline 26 Plus takes the Flightline family and cranks the fun knob. At its core is a lightweight, durable aluminum frame that takes on rough trails with ease and sports big, cushy, and traction-dripping 26 x 2.8-inch WTB tires. These big tires will hold onto the sketchiest lines and keep you glued to the trail. The Flightline 26 Plus also sports a suspension fork with enough travel to take the edge off bumpy terrain. You’ll always find the right gear with the easy-shifting 24-speed Shimano drivetrain, while the disc brakes offer top-notch stopping power in any conditions for maximum control and fun.
Haro Double Peak 29 Expert
$1,519.99
Once you step it up to Haro’s Double Peak 29 Expert, you’ll never look back, except to find your friends . It’s the right equipment for serious singletrack navigation, built on a lightweight, smooth-weld aluminum frame, and sporting a 100mm RockShox Judy fork to soak up the trail chatter. Its strong Weinmann rims and Kenda tires hold up to a thrashing and claw the dirt to keep you locked on the trail. Meanwhile, a Shimano 1x11 drivetrain gets you cranking, regardless of what the trail throws at you, and powerful Shimano hydraulic brakes put the control at your fingertips to slow down in a hurry. And, you’ll be able to keep it on track in all-day comfort with hand-picked Pivit handlebar, stem and a comfortable WTB saddle.
Haro Shift R5
$1,849.99
When your taste for action includes rocks, drops, jumps, and berms, you need the all-mountain Shift R5, featuring Haro's 4-Bar linkage frame and 125mm of travel. The low anti-squat pivot point suspension design and short rear-end keep climbing spunky and handling nimble, balanced by the downhill confidence of a long front triangle. Agile and playful, the Shift R5 is equipped with a Shimano Deore 1x10 drivetrain, Shimano hydraulic disc brakes, and RockShox suspension components.
Haro Flightline One
$369.99
Haro's Flightline One is ready to tackle whatever adventures your neighborhood has to offer. At its core is a lightweight, durable aluminum frame that takes on rough trails with ease. It also sports a suspension fork with enough travel to take the edge off bumpy terrain. You’ll always find the right gear with the easy-shifting 21-speed Shimano drivetrain, while the linear-pull brakes offer top-notch stopping power for maximum control and fun.
Haro Double Peak 27.5 Comp
$829.99
Build your riding foundation on Haro’s Double Peak 27.5 Comp. Start off with a trail-ready aluminum frame and 100mm suspension fork, then add some rugged Weinmann wheels and Kenda Honey Badger to create a capable, yet forgiving mountain bike. Then, throw in some Shimano Deore derailleurs and shifters to build a lightweight and efficient 10-speed drivetrain to get you up to speed and dominate hills. Keep that speed in check with Shimano M365 hydraulic disc brakes that grab in any conditions, and control it all from a cockpit decked out with lightweight components from Pivit and Haro. Now you have the bike—the rest is up to you.
Haro Annex Pro XL
$399.99
Haro's Annex Pro XL features a light, durable aluminum frame for blinding out-the-gate speed. Feathery aluminum rims are paired with a speedy 44/16 drivetrain. Stiff, 3-piece chromoly cranks put all the power onto the track, and the grippy Kenda tires shine when you're horizontal on a berm. The rear linear-pull brake reins things in when you’re pushing hard enough to overshoot the doubles, and the 21-inch top tube offers a competitive fit.
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