Haro Parkway DLX BMX Bike Description:
The Haro Parkway DLX BMX Bike is an ideal starting level bike at an entry level price while still being higher quality than anything you can find at your local department store. This Parkway DLX comes with front and rear brakes and a gyro so you don't have to worry about your brake cables getting twisted up and damaged. Also included is 4 pegs so you can tote your friends around the neighborhood or find a small ledge and start working on grinds right out the box.
- Frame: Full High-Tensile Steel (20.3" Toptube)
- Fork: Full Hi-Ten 1-1/8" Threadless w/ 990 mounts
- Headset: Standard Loose Ball (1-1/8")
- Stem: Forged Alloy Top Load (50mm Reach)
- Bars: Full Hi-Ten (7.5" Rise)
- Grips: Haro Stripe Grips
- Cranks: Steel 1-Piece (175mm Length)
- Bottom Bracket: Loose Ball (American)
- Pedals: Poly Platform (1/2")
- Sprocket: Steel (25 Tooth)
- Chain: Haro Baseline Full link
- Front Hub: Unsealed Steel Shell (3/8" Axle)
- Rear Hub: Semi-sealed Alloy Cassette (14mm Axle)
- Driver: 9 Tooth
- Front Rim: Alloy (Single Wall) (36 Hole)
- Rear Rim: Alloy (Single Wall) (36 Hole)
- Front Tire: Haro MS5 (20" x 2.3")
- Rear Tire: Haro MS5 (20" x 2.3")
- Seat: Haro Padded (Railed)
- Seat Post: Steel 25.4mm (Railed)
- Seat Clamp: Alloy 28.6mm
- Brake Lever: Alloy Two-Finger Front & Rear
- Brakes: Alloy 990 U-Brake Front & Rear
- Gyro: Yes (Steel)
- Brake Mounts: Welded
- Extras: 4 Steel Pegs
- Color: Black
- Weight: -
- Toptube Length: 20.3"
- Chainstay Length: 13.7"
- Headtube Angle: 74.5°
- Seattube Angle: 70°
- Bottom Bracket Height: 11.5"
- Standover: 21.5"
- Recommended Sizing Guide: 5' - 5'4"
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Note: To ensure that every component on your bicycle is working properly, Dan's 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 14, 2023