Haro Bikes 2020 Racelite Mini BMX Bike (17.6" Toptube) (Black)

Haro Bikes 2020 Racelite Mini BMX Bike (17.6" Toptube) (Black)
Price: $579.99
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The Haro Bikes 2020 Racelite Mini BMX Bike is the Race Lite line's first model available in a 20" wheel size. Meant for smaller riders, the Racelite Mini was designed with a 6061 alloy frame that has an integrated headtube and internally routed cables. Both the wheels and bottom bracket are built using fully sealed bearings showing that Haro didn't pull any punches for the smaller bikes. The Race Lite Mini will be sure to offer an advantage over the competition.

FRAME: 6061 Aluminum w/Integrated Headtube, Internal Cable Routing, & Smooth Welding (17.6" Toptube)
FORK: Threadless Chromoly (1")
HEADSET: Integrated (1")
STEM: Forged Alloy Top Load (45mm Reach)
BARS: Mini Alloy Bar (2" Rise)
GRIPS: Mini Micro-Knurl
CRANKS: 3-piece Alloy Race (130mm)
BOTTOM BRACKET: Sealed Bearing Euro Square Taper
PEDALS: Mini DX Alloy (9/16")
FRONT HUB: Sealed Bearing Low Flange Alloy 28h (3/8")
REAR HUB: Sealed Bearing Low Flange Alloy Cassette 28h (3/8")
FRONT RIM: 20" Alloy Double Wall 28h
REAR RIM: 20" Alloy Double Wall 28h
FRONT TIRE: Kenda "Kompact" 20x1-1/8"
REAR TIRE: Kenda "Kompact" 20x1-1/8"
SEAT: Unibody
SEAT POST: Alloy (22.2mm)
SEAT CLAMP: Alloy (25.4mm)
BRAKE LEVER: Promax XL-373 Two Finger
BRAKES: Promax MV85 Mini V-brake
WEIGHT: 16.4 lbs

Frame Specs 

Toptube: 17.6" 
Headtube Angle: 72° 
Seattube Angle: 71° 
Seattube Height: 8.3"    
BB Height: 11" 
Chainstays: 13.3" 
Sizing Guide: 4' - 4'5" Rider Height  

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

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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.