Haro's Downtown is the perfect entry into the BMX world. It features a tough high-tensile steel frame with internal head tube, Mid BB shell, and welded seat clamp. Its steel fork and 8.25-inch rise handlebar are equally rugged, and get you poised for your next run-up with confidence. The stout, chromoly 3-piece crank comes with 25/9 gearing for plenty of speed going into the set and plenty of clearance under the sprocket. All that speed is transferred through smooth-rolling and durable wheels that are wrapped with Kenda Kontacts that stick the landing every time. The lightweight Downtown platform is built for flow and style with a straight cable rear brake, so you can focus on learning the next trick.
$449.99 - $469.99
The Arcade is one stylish ride built to shred it all. This year the Arcade gets a shorter 13.2-inch chainstay and 165mm cranks, giving it a more responsive and modern feel. You’ll also find, on top of the Salt EX sealed cassette hub and WeThePeople Tripod seat and post combo, some new components from Salt including the EX grips and Tracer 2.35-inch tires front and in the rear due to the super wide Salt Moto XL brake. Whether it’s the Matt Black with a smattering of Oil Slick parts, or the mystical Smoked Chrome version, you have one incredible bike that rides just as good as it looks.
WeThePeople is no ordinary company, and the Curse is no ordinary bike. The Curse is perfect for first timers and smaller riders with a short 20.25-inch top tube and tight chainstays that makes handling easy and lessens the learning curve. It comes with legit specs like a steel frame with a cromo down tube, 25/9 gearing with a cassette, and even 3-piece cromo cranks. Throw in nice details like a SaltPlus U-brake, Salt pegs, and Eclat plastic pedals and this thing has street cred right outta the shop.
WeThePeople is no ordinary company, and the Curse 18 is no ordinary bike. The Curse is perfect for first timers and smaller riders who aren't quite ready for a 20-inch. With a nice short 18-inch top tube, tight chainstays, and 18-inch Salt wheels, the handling is easy and the learning curve is minimized. It comes with legit specs like a steel frame with a cromo down tube, 25/9 gearing with a cassette, and even 3-piece cromo cranks. Throw in nice details like the pegs, plastic pedals, and a Pivotal seat/post combo and this thing has street cred right outta the shop.
Get into the excitement of BMX aboard Haro's Leucadia. The sturdy, high-tensile steel frame and fork, and street-ruling 20-inch wheels take to the air and are tough enough for the landings. Stiff chromoly cranks put all your power into the next trick, and the grippy Kenda tires work great on a variety of surfaces. The 990 brakes rein things in when you need to scrub a little speed, so you nail the launch and bullseye the landing. - Available in both 18.5- and 20.3-inch top tube.
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