Break out the shovels. With your new Haro Steel Reserve 1.2, you’re going to be wearing out a lot of dirt jumps. Whether you’re just getting into the freestyle side of mountain biking or an old pro, the chromoly frame will take abuse, session after session and still come back asking for more. Marzocchi takes the hits for you up front with a DJ3 fork designed to take the sting out of overshot transitions. The tubular chromoly cranks stand up to brutal flat landings as well and tough, double-wall Weinmann K-Max Pro rims stay true throughout your heaviest sessions. And, with a pair of Kenda’s versatile K-Rad tires, you can go from the dirt to the street and back with great traction and control all around. Braking duties are handled by a rear-only hydraulic disc brake that is powerful and won’t weigh you down on the launch. Finally, Haro rounded out the build with tough Haro and Pivit goodies for a bike that begs for whatever your shovel work has conjured up.
Brand new for 2019, the Thread line brings Freestyle MTB models with Aluminum frames back to Haro Bikes. Light, rigid, precise and built for shredding, the Thread line offers three models with two hardtails and one dual-suspension. As the first hardtail in the line, The Thread One offers a solid parts package with its high-end frame: Manitou Circus Sport with a 20mmm thru-axle, a new Haro 2-pc forged alloy crankset with an optimum 30-14T gearing, a solid aluminum cockpit, double wall rims, proven Kenda Small Block Eight tires, Crmo hub axles, integrated EZ-adjust chain tensioners and a Tektro hydraulic rear brake for powerful stopping. The Thread One delivers shredding capabilities beyond its budget-conscious pricing.
If rippin' it up slopestyle or going huge at the local dirt jumps is your thing, the P.Slope is your bike. Featuring a tough, single-pivot, full suspension chassis and concentric bottom bracket, the P.Slope offers just enough rear travel to take the edge off the big hits while still riding like a hardtail. The P.Slope spec includes a RockShox Pike DJ 26" fork, FOX FLOAT rear shock with 85mm of travel and a DPS damper, and powerful, SRAM Level T brakes to slow you down after your re-entry back to Earth. - The frame is constructed from A1 Premium Aluminum in order to keep the overall weight at a minimum, while also ensuring that the bike is plenty tough to take a hit. And when it comes to cool features that make the difference, you get forged horizontal dropouts and integrated chain tensioners to keep the rear wheel locked in place, ISCG 05 to run chain guides, and a tough, forged bottom bracket shell. - The RockShox Pike DJ fork includes the same stout 35mm chassis as its big brother, along with the revolutionary Charger damper and Solo Air system. The only real difference is in its 110mm of travel. But what does this mean for you? It means that you get a stiff construction that'll power through berms and serve-up loads of bottom-out progression upon landing. - The SRAM Level T hydraulic disc brakes provide ample stopping power, while also keeping overall weight to a minimum.
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