Haro Group 1 Tire (Black/Skinwall) (24") (2.1") (507 ISO) (Wire) (Dual)

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Haro Group 1 Tire (Black/Skinwall) (24") (2.1") (507 ISO)
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The Haro Bikes Group 1 Tire is the same Kenda Kranium model found on the Group 1 bicycle line. Featuring a tan wall design, this is a perfect match for retro bikes or anything needing some style. A micro-knurl tread pattern provides great grip at the skate park or in the street.

Specifications:
Tire Type: Clincher
Bead: Wire
Compound | Casing: Dual | -
TPI (Threads Per Inch): 60 TPI
Puncture Protection: -
Inflation: 40 - 65 PSI (24", 26"), 30 - 50 PSI (29")
Color: Tan Wall
Weight: 650g ( 24" | 2.10"), 775g ( 26" | 2.10"), 845g ( 29" | 2.20")

This product was added to our catalog on September 13, 2021

Dave Fox
Wednesday, Jan 12 2022 (about 2 years ago)
Haro Group 1 Tire (Black/Skinwall) (24") (2.1") (507 ISO)
Love these tires... Ive tried a bunch of other tires, These give me the look I want and grip very good no matter what surface Im riding on.
Dennis Hodges
Verified Owner
Tuesday, Jun 6 2023 (10 months ago)
Haro Group 1 Tire (Black/Skinwall) (26") (2.1") (559 ISO)
Good looking tire and has a nice old school tan wall look. I bought the 26” tires and they are pretty tight getting the bead over the rim but if you have some decent tire levers it shouldn’t be a problem. ( I have some 20” haro tan walls from a few years ago that were even tighter!)
Tom Robinette
Verified Owner
Sunday, Apr 23 2023 (12 months ago)
Haro Group 1 Tire (Black/Skinwall) (24") (2.1") (507 ISO)
I was not able to update my previous review, and I still have the same opinion of the tires, but Mike absolutely took care of my concerns - phenomenal customer support! Thanks once again Mike.
Leo Ruiz
Verified Owner
Tuesday, Feb 15 2022 (about 2 years ago)
Haro Group 1 Tire (Black/Skinwall) (24") (2.1") (507 ISO)
Works fine and looks cool but kind of annoying to get on but it’s manageable