The Haro mountain bike equals expert dirt riding. Since Haro came on the scene in the 80's as a BMX company, they've been focused on one thing only, and that is performance in dirt riding - on the mountain trails, on the local course, or anywhere for that matter, even on your way to work across town.
Dirt. That is what Haro is good at, and what they've been perfecting for decades.
Over the years they've developed many different Haro mountain bikes, for a variety of situations and bikers, but always focusing on performance. Bringing the experience of their BMX past into play with each new design, pays off big-time!
A case in point is the Haro Mountain Bike Extreme. With its hydro-formed top tube to support big-hit forks, as well as 5-6 inches of adjustable travel and aggressive disc brakes, the Extreme is a very stout machine. This is the ideal heavy-duty, all-mountain bike.
The Extreme Haro Mountain Bike boasts an extremely strong rear suspension that can handle practically any big hits and hard landings. The frame has enough lateral stiffness to help you always ride in a perfect line.
If you thrive on fast downhills, huge gap jumps and big drops then the Extreme will get you there and back!
The Werx Haro Mountain Bikes are the speed-monsters of the range. Tested and proven to be winners by the Haro/Lee Dungarees team, these black beauties are born to race and win. With names like Manitou, Shimano, and Saint used in the making, they have to be exceptional!
The Haro mountain bike range also offers the V3, a basic, bare-bones hardtail model for the beginner biker to get a first experience of the mountains, or even to commute across town.
Haro mountain bikes always seem to anticipate the needs of their riders. This is evident in this bike with its lightweight aluminum frame with replaceable derailleur hanger, and tabs for disc brakes for possible upgrading. The sloping top tube offers good stand-over clearance, which is welcome in many kinds of riding conditions.
Haro has also managed to come up with an extremely heavy duty bike that is aimed at those heavy and rough riders who like to drive their bikes - and themselves - to the extremes of endurance. The Haro Mountain Bike Escape 8.2 has a frame made of huge aluminum tubes, with strategically placed reinforcing gussets.
For extra protection against direct hits and bumps the Marzocchi EXR Pro Coil suspension fork of the Escape offers 105mm of travel. This Haro mountain bike is also supplied with extra-fat 2.35-inch Kenda tires. With all that protection, the Escape is unfortunately not a lightweight bike!
The Escape is supplied with three front chainwheels and nine rear cogs, but in place of the third (large) chainwheel, the bike sports a rugged bash guard to protect the drivetrain components from rocks and logs - and heavy duty dirt...
Yes, dealing with dirt. That is what every Haro mountain bike was born to do!