361-379 of 379 Posts
  • The Good:

    knee savers

    The Bad:

    knee savers

    Overall Review: this bars rock, if you are in the 1990's-2001 this bars are good for park & ramps

    Posted by PJ_elbi on 1/25/2010 2:45 AM

  • The Good:

    Great comfort

    The Bad:

    heavy enough

    Overall Review: Really comfortable and good looking. Leather and resistant. But not for a real BMX...

    Posted by MaddGuss on 1/6/2010 6:59 AM

  • The Good:

    strong and legit

    The Bad:

    nothing really

    Overall Review: pretty good but i found it in my garage today lol

    Posted by GR@NT on 1/3/2010 6:11 PM

  • The Good:

    haro, strong

    The Bad:

    none at all

    Overall Review: i really never thought about it till switched to a dk and realized how shitty the dk one was, it was plastic, wtf, and put on the haro from an 09 race bike i used to ride, started on ramps and got a dk, and still continue to use it, got a premium one as well and just as good as this one

    Posted by longlostharo719 on 1/3/2010 10:20 AM

  • The Good:

    strong post for railed

    The Bad:

    long but can be cut

    Overall Review: i got this post, great for a railed post, hasn't stripped out the guts yet, and that is good

    Posted by longlostharo719 on 1/3/2010 10:15 AM

  • The Good:

    light for a railed

    The Bad:

    railed seat

    Overall Review: i have a haro railed seat same size different pattern. good for a railed and light too, but have been looking for a pivital cause i always seem to strip the guts of railed posts when i land too hard off a ramp and hurt my knee, i sit down too hard for railed seat posts and seats to stay put

    Posted by longlostharo719 on 1/3/2010 10:13 AM

  • The Good:

    strong and cheap

    The Bad:

    kinda heavy for race forks

    Overall Review: i have a set similar, the dropouts are different, but not much, could be the fact mine came on a complete, but my set lasted all year (2009) and have only dings and scratches. i ride heavy street and hit concrete ledges that ain't the smoothest thing, and hold up better than my old dk forks. har...

    Posted by longlostharo719 on 1/3/2010 9:31 AM

  • 2009 Haro X2 Bike

    great starter (product review)

    The Good:

    super strong, comes with decent parts on it. pretty easy to get the feel for this bike.

    The Bad:

    pretty heavy, weighs in around 29lbs, unsealed everything cranks, headset, hub

    Overall Review: great bike for a starter stock. once you get some upgrades on it, it has some potential to be pretty good. on mine ive upgraded to a 25/9, replaced rear wheel, front tire, grips, pedals, seat, and post. and now it weighs in around 26lbs

    Posted by element4all on 1/2/2010 9:53 AM

  • The Good:

    The Price. I only paid like 150 for it.

    The Bad:

    its heavy. Bars, threaded forks with goose neck, Seat/seatpost, dirt tires, and chainwheel.

    Overall Review: I love this bike. I got it for my son and it was cheap. I still have to get parts to swap on it but other than that its a good solid bike!

    Posted by KPMGangster on 12/31/2009 2:19 PM

  • The Good:

    Good if you wear gloves

    The Bad:

    Won't last a week if not wearing gloves

    Overall Review: Pretty crappy grips overall, they desinigrate in your hand. The only time they were okay was when wearing gloves they lasted a little longer.

    Posted by foxrider18 on 3/17/2009 9:54 PM

  • Haro Bikes at Interbike with Tony D and Colin Mackay (video)

    Colin Mackay and Tony D walk you through some highlights from the Haro line for 2008.

    Posted by Losey on 9/28/2007 2:43 AM

  • The Good:

    Holds the post straight until the seat gets hit and moves to the side

    The Bad:

    Cracks if tightened with even a little bit of pressure, and the bolt strips far to easy.

    Overall Review: I have always known that Haro is known to be heavy but durable, however this clamp just wasn't durable. It held everything in place for a little while, then I found myself having to tighten it more and more just to keep the seat alligned. Not long after I kept having to tighten the clamp until i...

    Posted by foxrider18 on 8/31/2007 12:24 PM

  • Haro Team in Phoenix (video)

    Marcus Tooker, Colin Mackay, and Mike Ishizuka shred the parks and ditches in Phoenix, AZ. Special guest appearances by Smoker Dave Shilling and Greg Litecky.

    Posted by Losey on 6/5/2007 11:37 PM

  • Ryan Nyquist Haro Video (video)

    Posted by Losey on 4/24/2007 4:01 AM

  • Haro Webisode 7: Cooper vs. Tooker (video)

    The grand finale. This is it folks!

    Posted by GlennPPMilligan on 2/28/2007 1:17 AM

  • Haro Webisode 6 (video)

    Three guys left, two to go! (Uploaded 2/27)

    Posted by GlennPPMilligan on 2/27/2007 1:46 AM

  • Join Team Haro Video (video)

    Here is a peek into what went down for the "Join Team Haro" contest. The music is "Pulse" by Blowing Tree. http://www.myspace.com/blowingtreesmusic

    Posted by GlennPPMilligan on 2/20/2007 4:01 AM

  • Who Will Be the New Team Haro Rider? (news story)

    Posted by Losey on 1/3/2007 3:35 AM

  • New Haro frame, forks, and pedals (video)

    Haro's Tony D shows you three new products that turned a lot of heads at Interbike 2006.

    Posted by Losey on 10/7/2006 8:18 PM