Matt Cordova Gets a Haro, Shreds Some Concrete. 1

After recently parting ways with Volume, California transplant and all-around style cat Matt Cordova is officially getting hooked up by Haro. Check out some new footage of Matt killing his old local park in Colorado, an up-close look at his Haro Lineage, and what he has to say about his new gig. Frame: Haro Lineage Forks: Demolition Maiden forks Stem: Demolition Brace stem Bars: Demolition Combat bars Grips: ODI Longnecks Seat: Demolition Markit seat Seatpost: Demoliton Tripod post Sprocket: Demolition Mugatu 30t Cranks: Demolition Revolt Pedals: Demolition Trooper metal pedals Chain: Volume Halflink Front Hub: Demolition Ghost hub Front Tire: Demolition Rig 20x2.25 Rear Hub: Demolition Rogue hub 9t Rear Tire:Demolition Rig 20x2.25 How did this Haro deal come to fruition? Haro hit me up at the Vans US Open and asked if I wanted a frame. It turned into a cool flow deal. Super stoked to be part of such a rad company. What made you choose the Lineage frame? The wrap around gusset caught my eye. I like how it looks and you can't go wrong with a little extra strength. How long have you been in this bike? I've been on this bike for almost a month now. What was your first impression? It rode great. Was really easy to get used to. Felt like I had been on it for months already. Anything new in the works with Haro or Demolition? Nothing for Haro at the moment, but I am going to be doing a video project for Demolition at my jumps soon. Be on the lookout for that. Any thanks? Everyone over at Haro, Demolition Parts, Index Ink, 100%, Mainline Coffee Co, and all the homies. For more from Matt, follow him on Instagram.

Credit: Filmed by Nathan Sykes
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