Break out the shovels. With your new Haro Steel Reserve 1.1, 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 you're an old pro, the chromoly frame and rigid fork will take abuse session after session and still come back asking for more. Its tubular chromoly cranks stand up to brutal flat landings that would snap lesser hardware and tough, double-wall Weinmann 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 mechanical disc brake that is super-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 some flip, fly, and flow.
Features and Information
Top tube length: 21.8 inches (Short); 22.5 inches (Long)
this bike is awesome for jumping and speed. the only thing i dont like is the rigid fork and that its 28 lbs but the bike is so cheap it is worth buying and upgrading. very solid bike and is a great bike for the price
Bottom LineYes, I would recommend this to a friend