The 2021 Haro Steel Reserve 1.2 Dirt Jumper 26" Bike takes things to the next level in freestyle MTB. Equipped with a Manitou Circus Sport fork that has 100mm of travel, huge dirt jumps and hip transfers at the skate park are a smooth ride. A full chromoly frame, fork, and cranks make sure that going big is no worry and the Weinmann double wall rims help to stick the langings. Kenda K-Rad tires are extremely versatile and help to achieve a great ride whether on asphalt or dirt. A rear hydraulic disc brake helps round out this model and ensures that rear tire stalls and coming to a stop are quick and reliable. Check out the Steel Reserve 1.2 if you are in need of an amazing DJ that won't break the bank.
Frame: Haro Full Chromoly Steel Reserve Frame w/ Internal Headtube & Euro Bottom Bracket Shell
Fork: Manitou Circus Sport (100mm Travel) (3/8" Solid Axle)
Headset: VP-A46ACM, 1-1/8" Alloy, Semi-Cartridge Bearings (45° x 45°)
Stem: Haro Front Load Alloy (1-1/8")
Bars: Haro Steel (65mm Rise) (6° Backsweep) (730mm Wide)
Grips: Haro Counterfeit
Cranks: Haro Chromoly 8 Spline 3-Piece
Bottom Bracket: 4 x Sealed Euro Bearings
Pedals: Wellgo Platform Alloy w/ Replaceable Pins
Chain: KMC HV410 1/2" x 1/8"
Sprocket: (28 Tooth)
Front Hub: Pivot Alloy Disc
Rear Hub: Pivot Alloy Disc Singlespeed Cassette
Driver: Chromoly Cog (14 Tooth)
Front Rim: Weinmann KMAX Pro Alloy Double Wall (36 Hole)
Rear Rim: Weinmann KMAX Pro Alloy Double Wall (36 Hole)
Front Tire: Kenda K-Rad 26" x 2.3"
Rear Tire: Kenda K-Rad 26" x 2.3"
Seat: Haro Padded Slim 1-Piece Combo
Seat Post: Alloy (Combo) (25.4mm)
Seat Clamp: Pivit Alloy (28.6mm)
Lever: Tektro Auriga HD-M275 (Rear)
Brakes: Tektro Auriga HD-M275 (Rear)
Brake Mounts: Disc
Gyro Tabs: Drilled
Weight: 31.2 lbs
Headtube Angle: 69°
Seattube Angle: 70°
Stand Over Height: 26.7"
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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.