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Haro Pro Race XL BMX Bike '11
 



Haro Pro Race XL BMX Bike '11
List Price: $429.99
Our Price: $214.85
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Model Year: 2011

Stock Status:Out of Stock
Product Code: 7701056651110


  

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The 2011Haro Pro XL is a pro-size ride with a very-light, stiff aluminum frame and chromoly fork that really helps you rail the berms. Haro's race bikes are designed by AA Pro rider Derek Betcher, so the geometry encourages speed and confidence gunning for the hole shots, diving into the corners, launching over the tables or pulling manuals thru the whoops. Putting down power out of the gate are SINZ 3-piece cranks with 39/14 gearing and a stout bar/stem combo with SINZ sticky grips. Add, the wheels sealed hubs riding Alienation PBR rims wrapped with Intense Micro Knobbies.

Features


  • 6061 T-6 alloy frame with a 21" top tube and 3-D dropouts with chain tensioners
  • 100% chromoly 1-1/8" Fork
  • Sinz 175mm three-piece alloy crankset with sealed BB
  • 36-spoke alloy rims with alloy hubs and sealed bearings
  • Intense Micro Knobby tires
  • DX-style alloy 9/16" pedals


Average Customer Review: 5 of 5 | Total Reviews: 1 Write a review

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great bike July 14, 2011
Reviewer: alpha wolf from NC  
I have been riding BMX and mountain bikes for many years. As far as my BMX history I started with a heavy GT performer, then got a haro f2 and now ride a 2011 fit innman. I then found a track in charlotte NC for BMX racing and thought I would like to do it so I purchased this haro to add to my collection of bikes. The first time I took it out on the track I was amazed how quickly this bike accelerates and how its light weight makes it easy to jump and manual over the table tops and rythem pump sections. I had so much fun on this bike that before I knew it I raced for and hour and a half in 100 degree weather and got heat exhaustion. Next time I will have to bring more water. This bike did very well as it should for how much it costs. I would only recomend this for racing, it has an aluminum frame and a short brake cable so street tricks are limited on this bike.

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