Haro Boulevard BMX Bike Description:
The 2021 Haro Boulevard BMX Bike will help you take your riding to the next level. This is one smooth ride featuring fully sealed bearings for every bearing so that weather conditions and maintenance aren't a worry. Haro's aftermarket components such as the stem, bars, tires, and more give you an advantage out of the box over cookie-cutter bikes. The Haro Boulevard is a solid bike and will help take you through the entire line.
- Frame: Tri-Moloy Frame
- Fork: Steel, Threadless, Internally Threaded Steerer, Tapered Legs
- Headset: Integrated Sealed Bearing (1-1/8")
- Stem: Haro 78' Alloy Top Load (50mm Reach)
- Bars: Haro Chromoly Bar (9" Rise)
- Grips: Haro Team Grip
- Cranks: 3-Piece Chromoly 8 Spline Spindle (170mm Length)
- Bottom Bracket: Mid, Sealed Bearing
- Pedals: Haro 78' PC, Chromoly Axle
- Sprocket: Steel (25 Tooth)
- Chain: KMC 410
- Front Hub: Alloy Shell, Sealed Bearings
- Rear Hub: Cassette, Sealed Bearings, Alloy Shell
- Driver: 9 Tooth
- Front Rim: Alloy (Single Wall) (36 Hole)
- Rear Rim: Alloy (Single Wall) (36 Hole)
- Front Tire: Haro La Mesa (20 x 2.4")
- Rear Tire: Haro La Mesa (20 x 2.4")
- Seat: Haro Padded 1-Piece Combo
- Seat Post: Combo (25.4mm)
- Seat Clamp: Integrated
- Brake Lever: Haro 78' Two Finger
- Brakes: Haro 78' Alloy 990 U-Brake
- Gyro: -
- Gyro Tabs: Drilled (Not Included)
- Brake Mounts: Welded
- Extras: -
- Color: Honey Mustard
- Weight: -
- Toptube Length: 20.75"
- Chainstay Length: -
- Headtube Angle: -
- Seattube Angle: -
- Bottom Bracket Height: -
- Standover: -
- Sizing Guideline: 5'4" - 5'9" Rider Height
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Note: To ensure that every component on your bicycle is working properly, Dan's Comp recommends that all bikes be assembled by a qualified mechanic. Improper assembly of your bicycle may lead to premature wear or failure of individual components such as headsets, crank assembly and wheels. Failure to do so may void the manufacturer warranty.
This product was added to our catalog on October 19, 2020