The Haro dynasty started with a couple number plates. Add one for yourself on a Haro Pro 24. The Pro 24 is built on a lightweight aluminum frame with wide bottom bracket and huge downtube for explosive handling that snaps you out of the gate and keeps you at the front of the pack. Holding your line in the corners at speed is key, so Haro spec’d a chromoly tapered fork for precision steering and confident cornering. And its spec sheet reads like a racer's wish list: 2-piece aluminum cranks, a ProMax brake, Pivotal saddle, and Alienation rims fitted with Kenda rubber. Become a part of Haro's history on your new Pro 24.
|Frame||6061 alloy with integrated head tube, integrated chain tensioners, and PTC (Power Transfer Center) - 21.75" TT|
|Fork||Full Crmo 1-1/8" Threadless with tapered legs|
|Rims/Wheels||Alienation PBR Alloy 36H|
|Hubs||36h Alloy Shell sealed bearing, cassette rear|
|Tires||Kenda "Konversion" K1079 20x1.95 F/20x1.65 R|
|Crankset||2-pc alloy 175mm|
|Bottom Bracket||Sealed bearing press-fit BB86|
|Handlebars||Crmo 5.25" rise|
|Tape/Grips||Velo Knurled Grips|
|Stem||Haro Alloy CNC front load 52mm ext|
|Pedals||Haro DX Alloy|
|Saddle||Plastic Pivotal seat w/alloy Pivotal post|
* Subject to change without notice.
|Option||Barcode||Manufacturer's Part Number||Vendor Number|
|Black / One Size||00691840275415||27541||LTP-712000-17-1|
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If you're thinking about BMX racing as a Cruiser, this bike is for you. Cruisers have 24" wheels, and are generally raced by adults (although younger riders can now race Cruiser class). While a lot of race bikes can get up to $1,000; this bike is greater for anyone wanting to race in the Cruiser class.