The Haro 2020 Sloride 29" BMX Bike is a tribute to BMX. Brian Blyther, Mike Dominguez, and Xavier Mendez specifically. The Slo-ride is built just like a 20" BMX bike except for the frame which is made out of 6061 alloy which keeps keeps this build lightweight without sacrificing strength. The usual BMX characteristics are there such as a sealed mid bottom bracket, chromoly 3 piece cranks, and chromoly fork with tapered legs. Throw in some of Haro's 1978 parts and you have a bike that rides like your 20" BMX, but is smoother and more comfortable because of those big ol' 29" wheels.
FRAME: 6061 Alloy Frame w/ Integrated Headtube and Mid Bottom Bracket Shell (23.4" Toptube)
FORK: 100% Chromoly Threadless w/ Internally Threaded Steerer Tube and Tapered Legs (1-1/8")
HEADSET: Integrated, Sealed
STEM: Haro 1978 Forged Alloy Top-Load (50mm Reach)
BARS: 100% Chromoly Haro Freestyler (7" Rise)
GRIPS: Haro Team Grips
CRANKS: Haro 1978 3 Piece Chromoly 8 Spline (175mm)
BOTTOM BRACKET: Sealed Mid Bottom Bracket
PEDALS: Haro 78 Plastic w/ Chromoly axle (9/16")
CHAIN: KMC 410
SPROCKET: Haro Alloy Team Disc (39T)
FRONT HUB: Sealed Bearing High Flange Alloy Shell (36 Hole)
REAR HUB: Loose Ball Bearing High Flange Alloy Shell (36 Hole)
FRONT RIM: 29" Alloy Double Wall (36 Hole)
REAR RIM: 29" Alloy Double Wall (36 Hole)
FRONT TIRE: Kenda "Kranium" 29 x 2.2"
REAR TIRE: Kenda "Kranium" 29 x 2.2"
SEAT: Haro Padded Pivotal
SEAT POST: Alloy Pivotal (27.2mm)
SEAT CLAMP: Alloy (31.8mm)
LEVER: Promax XL-378 Two Finger
BRAKES: Promax TX-117 Alloy V-Brake
BRAKE MOUNTS: Welded
GYRO TABS: N/A
EXTRAS: Sloride Padset
Headtube Angle: 72°
Seattube Angle: 70º
Stand Over Height: 31"
BB Height: 12.4"
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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.