The 2011Haro Flightline Sport is named after a network of trails right by Haro's office. Used as a testing ground for their bikes, the trails demanded the 2011Flightline Sport boast a tough 6061-aluminum frame with a 100mm suspension fork to tame the rough stuff. This tough hardtail also sports fine components like a 24-speed drivetrain from Shimano and grippy Promax hydraulic-disc brakes. Plus, the tough wheels encased in Kenda tires to hook up in lots of different of conditions. From Haro's trails to your trails, the Flightline delivers the passenger
All-new 6061 aluminum Flightline frame with lightweight oversized tubing, smooth welded
By using oversized aircraft-grade tubing, it allows us to construct frames with thinner walls that are light, stiff, and durable. Smooth frame welds and integrated bearing headset for a crisp, clean look.
SR Suntour XCM-HLO 100mm travel fork with preload adjust and hydraulic lockout
100mm of travel really helps smooth out the trail. Lockout makes climbing more efficient. Fork spring preload allows you to adjust your fork to your body weight and riding style.
Shimano Alivio rear derailleur powered by Shimano Alivio 8-speed shifters
You can't beat Shimano for flawless performance and reliability. The Shimano 8-speed shifters paired up with a Shimano Alivio rear derailleur deliver a winning shifting combo!
Promax Hornet hydraulic disc brakes
The Hornet dual piston hydraulic disc brake system features a patented anti-impact and anti-leak master cylinder design for added durability and reliability. Awesome braking performance at a great value.
Shimano Altus M311 cranks with 42/32/22 chainrings
Smooth shifting and reliability you have come to expect from Shimano. Oversized alloy arms are light and stiff.