The 2021 Haro Pistol 29" BMX Bike is a brand new model designed to meld retro styling with modern componentry to create a ride that will turn heads and pull rad moves all while allowing the rider to be more comfortable than they would on a 20" sized bike. Maintenance on this model is kept to a minimum by using fully sealed bearings in the hubs, bottom bracket, and headset. The heat treated 6061-T6 alloy frame and 100% chromoly cranks, forks, and bars make sure that you can go big without worrying about the integrity of your ride. To help with the old-school aesthetics, Haro has included a padset reminiscent of the good ol' days and the frame even sports some throwback styling with a full wrap around gusset on the headtube. Check out the Haro Pistol for a bike that is both easy on the eyes, easy to ride, and a total beast on the streets.
Frame: 6061 Alloy Heat Treated Frame, Integrated Headtube w/ Wrap Around Gusset, Mid Bottom Bracket Shell (23.5" Toptube)
Fork: 100% Chromoly Threadless w/ Internally Threaded Steerer Tube and Tapered Legs (1-1/8")
Headset: Integrated, Sealed
Stem: Haro 78' Alloy Top-Load (50mm Reach)
Bars: 100% Chromoly Freestyler (7" Rise)
Grips: Haro Team Grips
Cranks: 3-Piece Chromoly 8 Spline (175mm)
Bottom Bracket: Sealed Mid
Pedals: Haro 78 Plastic w/ Chromoly axle (9/16")
Chain: KMC 410
Sprocket: Steel (36-Tooth)
Front Hub: Sealed Bearing, High Flange Alloy Shell (36-Hole)
Rear Hub: Sealed 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 Adjustable Padded
Seat Post: Alloy (27.2mm)
Seat Post 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: Pistol Padset
Headtube Angle: TBA
Seattube Angle: TBA
Stand Over Height: TBA
BB Height: TBA
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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.
This product was added to our catalog on September 17, 2020