$459.99 - $489.99
Reborn for 2020, this year's Arcade now features a super-responsive 12.75" chainstay length making it perfect for tech street riders, or younger riders wanting a bike which is easier to handle and progress on. Featuring fully sealed bearings throughout and an injection of brand new hardware. This dialed machine now rolls on SALT's super wide 36mm Valon rims and sealed hubs with SALTPLUS Sting tires, making for an incredibly durable and dependable wheelset and tire combo. Available in both a 20.5" and a longer 21" option, the Arcade allows larger or senior riders the ability to ride one of the most popular bikes in our line.
$389.99 - $399.99
Bringing WETHEPEOPLE quality to a lower price point, for 2020 our entry-level shredding machine is better than ever. The Nova now features a super short 12.75" oval chainstay and responsive 26mm offset fork allowing it to not only feel just like the bikes our PRO team ride, but also make it much easier to ride and progress your riding even further. You’ll be hard pressed to find a bike that packs as much bang for your buck as the Nova.
You riding this weekend? The Boulevard is the perfect bike for you. Comes with Haro's Fully sealed rear wheel and their aftermarket La Mesa tires. Another great added bonus is the new 1978 Brake set with bridge spring, very light and responsive. Finishing off this pro looking bike they've added the fat 1-Piece seat and post. You know you are riding this weekend! - Full hi-ten frame with integrated head tube, Mid BB shell and 20.5" top tube - Full hi-ten fork with tapered legs - Hi-ten 8.50" bars with Haro 1978 alloy top load stem - Haro 1978 3-piece chromoly 8-spline 175mm cranks with sealed Mid BB - 25/9 gearing with sealed bearing rear hub and driver - Haro La Mesa tires 2.4" front and rear - Haro padded one piece seat with built-in alloy post - Haro Team grips - Haro 1978 alloy brakes with hinge clamp lever
There are no two ways about it: Dave Mirra was the spark that revitalized Haro in the mid 1990s. Gone were the days of Bob Haro and Ron Wilkerson behind the brand's direction -- it was now Dave Mirra and Ryan Nyquist designing complete bikes that were affordable, high quality and available worldwide to a new legion of BMX fans. A few years later, the X Games hit, and suddenly, Dave Mirra's signature Haro was on every TV screen of an ESPN subscriber, and demand for his signature bikes and components sky rocketed. Mirra remained an esteemed member of the Haro team through the end of 2006, and then started his own brand, Mirraco, for the remainder of his BMX career. But the majority of Mirra's accomplishments at the top of the sport were done on a signature Haro, and it's where most of us remember him best. Now, to honor Dave Mirra, Haro is releasing a tribute Dave Mirra bike, with a bulk of the sales proceeds going directly to the Mirra family. It is but one more way for BMX to continually honor the life, legacy and greatness of Dave Mirra, and all that he gave to his family, friends and BMX as a whole. And it's proof positive that the memory of Dave Mirra will remain with all of us for a long time to come. - 100% chromoly Mirra Tribute frame with integrated head tube, pierced top tube, wishbone seat stays, MID BB shell and 20.5" or 21" top tube length - 100% chromoly fork with internal threaded 1 piece CNC steer tube, tapered legs and 5mm dropouts - 100% chromoly bars 8.75" with Haro Lineage Hevron CNC alloy top load stem - Haro 1978 3-piece chromoly 8-spline 175mm cranks with Haro Radiation 28T CNC alloy bolt drive sprocket and sealed Mid BB - Fully sealed wheels with Haro Sata double-wall alloy rims, Lineage high flange alloy shell sealed hubs with 14mm rear axle and 9T driver - Haro La Mesa tires 2.4" front and rear - Haro "Mirra saddle" padded Pivotal seat with alloy Pivotal post - Haro 1978 plastic pedals - Haro Team flangeless grips - Dia-Compe "Hombre" 990 rear brakes with Tech-77 lever
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