Haro Steel Reserve 1.1 - 2018

Haro Steel Reserve 1.1
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Details

Bigger jumps require bigger bikes and the Haro Steel Reserve is your ticket to fly. With a sturdy full chromoly frame and rigid suspension-corrected chromoly fork, the Steel Reserve makes easy speed and responsive pop for all your airborne antics. Weinmann alloy double-wall rims wrapped in wide and grippy Kenda K-Rad rubber can handle all the abuse you can dish out, and the Haro steel riser bar is held by a front-loading BMX-style stem for a solid feel. 25/12 gearing is pushed by Haro's own chromoly 3-piece crankset, and a rear Tektro Aires mechanical disc brake scrubs speed effortlessly when you want to easy-style floaty airs.

Specs

Frame Haro full Chromoly Steel Reserve frame w/ internal head tube & Euro BB shell
Fork Suspension Corrected Rigid Chromoly w/ Disc Brake Tabs
Headset VP-A46ACM, 1-1/8-inch Alloy, 45°X45° Semi-Cartridge Bearings
Tires Kenda K-Rad 26 x 2.3"
Crankset Haro Chromoly 8 Spline 3-pc
Chainrings 25T
Bottom Bracket 4 x Sealed bearing
Chain KMC HV410 1/2-inch X 1/8"
Freewheel 12T Chromoly Cog
Handlebars Haro Steel 65mm riser bar, 730mm wide, 6 Deg. back sweep
Tape/Grips Haro Counterfeit
Stem Haro front load alloy 1-1/8"
Brake Levers Tektro ML-330
Brakes Tektro Aries MD-M280
Pedals Wellgo Platform alloy w/ Replaceable Pins
Saddle Haro Padded Slim one piece seat/post
Seat Post Alloy 25.4mm included w/ seat
Accessories & Extras Pivit Alloy 28.6mm

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REVIEW SNAPSHOT®

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5.0

(based on 2 reviews)

100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Versatile  (2)
  • Awesome for street riding 
  • Great Components 
  • Handles Well 
  • Cheap 

Cons

  • Not so light 
  • Rigid fork 
  • No front disk 

Best Uses

  • Downhill 
  • Single Track 
  • Casual Trails 
  • Free Riding 
  • Cross Country 
  • Street 

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5

love this bike

By 

from illinois

About Me Casual/ Recreational

Pros

  • Cheap
  • Versatile
  • Awesome for street riding
  • Very strong
  • Cruises well
  • Durable

Cons

  • Rigid fork
  • No front disk
  • Not so light

Best Uses

  • Street

Comments:

this bike is awesome for jumping and speed. the only thing i dont like is the rigid fork and that its 28 lbs but the bike is so cheap it is worth buying and upgrading. very solid bike and is a great bike for the price

5

the best

By 

from San Deigo,CA

About Me Competitive Cyclist

Pros

  • Rugged
  • Smooth Ride
  • Versatile
  • Great Components
  • Handles Well
  • Lightweight

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Casual Trails
    • Downhill
    • Cross Country
    • Single Track
    • Free Riding

    Comments:

    This is the best bike you can buy

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