We got the inside scoop on Haro‘s 2015 complete bikes and scored a little sneak preview of four choice models ranging from the entry level Boulevard to the top of the line Dennis Enarson signature SD.
2015 Haro Boulevard
The Boulevard features a sealed Mid BB, sealed integrated headset, La Mesa 2.4” tires, Team grips, and the new Haro alloy front-load stem. Just like the Midway and the Plaza, the frame has a smaller diameter top tube to keep things light and Lineage-shaped rear dropouts, and the fork legs are fully tapered.
2015 Haro Midway
Price: $489.99 (chrome), $429.99 (SG black, gloss maroon)
The Midway’s built around a three-tube chromoly frame with a Mid BB shell, integrated head tube, welded seat post clamp, and is available in a 20.5” or 21” TT. The forks have an internally threaded chromoly steer tube with hi-tensile tapered legs and the wheels are fully sealed. You’ll also find Haro’s Tripod seat with alloy post, 2.4” La Mesa tires, and Team grips, as well.
2015 Haro Plaza
The full chromoly Plaza frame features a smaller diameter top tube to save weight, Lineage-shaped dropouts, and removable brake hardware. As well as a full chromoly fork and bar, plus Haro’s proprietary Sata-lite wheelset.
2015 Haro SD
A collaboration project with Brian Castillo and the Demolition crew, the SD features Dennis Enarson’s signature SD v2 frame, SD fork, Rig bar, as well as Demolition’s Markit Tripod seat and Trooper pedals. If you ever wanted a replica of what Dennis himself rides, this is the bike for you.
Make sure to checkout harobikes.com for more info on their bikes and team.