Haro Bikes 2020 Downtown 18" Kids Bike (18" Toptube) (Copper)

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The 2020 Haro Downtown 18" bike is designed for children approximately 46-54" tall. With features like an integrated headtube, 25/9 gearing, chromoly 3-pc cranks, Kenda tires and an adjustable seat, the Downtown 18" makes for a great entry level BMX bike for young riders who aren't quite big enough for a 20". 

 Hi-tensile steel (18" Toptube) 
FORK: Hi-tensile steel w/ tapered legs 
HEADSET: 1-1/8" integrated 
STEM: Haro 1978 topload 
BARS: Hi-tensile steel (7" Rise) 
GRIPS: Haro Stripe 
CRANKS: Haro 1978 chromoly 3-pc w/ 8-spline spindle (145mm) 
BOTTOM BRACKET: Sealed Mid 19mm 
SPROCKET: Haro Team, steel 25T 
FRONT HUB: 3/8" unsealed, steel shell 36H 
REAR HUB: 14mm semi-sealed cassette 36H 
FRONT RIM: Alloy single-wall 
REAR RIM: Alloy single-wall 
FRONT TIRE: Kenda Kontact 18x2.25" 
REAR TIRE: Kenda Kontact 18x2.25" 
SEAT: Haro padded railed 
SEAT CLAMP: Integrated 
BRAKE LEVER: Haro 1978 hinged 
BRAKES: Alloy U-brake 
GYRO TABS: Drilled (sold separately) 
WEIGHT: 23.7 lbs 
COLORS: Black, Copper 

Toptube: 18" 
Headtube Angle: 73° 
Seattube Angle: 70° 
Seattube Height:  
BB Height: 10.5" 
Chainstays: 13.4"

Need help building your complete bike? Check out our bike build video below. 

NOTE: To ensure that every component on your bicycle is working properly, Dans 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 November 5, 2019

Verified Owner
Friday, Mar 13 2020 (4 months ago)
Haro Bikes 2020 Downtown 18" Kids Bike (18" Toptube) (Copper)
Solid bmx for a beginner.
My 8 year old son loves it. He will be able to upgrade parts as he progresses to a 20" and transfer the parts over (some of course).

It looks like this bike will stand up to some pretty hard riding over a few years.

The dimensions resemble 20" bikes.