SCRATCH & DENT: Haro Bikes 2020 Leucadia BMX Bike (20.5" Toptube) (Sea Blue)

Price: $299.99
Discontinued Online
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SCRATCH & DENT: Bike is brand new and unused. The fork has a few minor scratches, the frame has a couple small nicks, and one crank arm has a scuff. Comes complete and in original packaging.
Sold as is, photo of product may not be an accurate representation of product condition. ALL SALES ARE FINAL.

The 2020 Haro Leucadia BMX Bike is available in 2 different toptube sizes (18.5" & 20.3") for a wide range of rider heights. With features like 25/9 gearing, chromoly 3-piece cranks and Haro's very own La Mesa tires, the Leucadia makes for a great entry level BMX freestyle bike.

FRAME: Hi-tensile steel (18.5" or 20.3" Toptube)  
FORK: Hi-tensile steel w/ tapered legs (1-1/8") 
HEADSET: Threadless loose ball (1-1/8") 
STEM: Forged alloy top-load (50mm ext.) 
BARS: Hi-tensile steel (7.5" Rise w/ 18.5" Toptube, 8.25" Rise w/ 20.3" Toptube)  
GRIPS: Haro Team  
CRANKS: Haro chromoly 3-piece 8-spline (165mm W/ 18.5" Toptube or 175mm W/ 20.3" Toptube)  
BOTTOM BRACKET: Loose ball American  
PEDALS: Low profile nylon w/ chromoly spindle (9/16") 
SPROCKET: Steel 25T  
CHAIN: KMC 410  
FRONT HUB: 3/8" loose ball, steel shell 36H  
REAR HUB: 14mm loose ball w/ sealed driver cassette 36H  
FRONT RIM: Single-wall 20"  
REAR RIM: Single-wall 20"  
FRONT TIRE: Haro La Mesa 20x2.4"  
REAR TIRE: Haro La Mesa 20x2.4"  
SEAT: Haro padded adjustable 
SEAT POST: Steel (25.4mm) 
SEAT CLAMP: Integrated  
BRAKE LEVER: Haro 1978 alloy hinged  
BRAKES: Tektro Alloy 990 U-brake  
WEIGHT: 26 lbs

Frame Specs  
Toptube: 18.5 or 20.3"  
Headtube Angle: 74.5°  
Seattube Angle: 70°  
Seattube Height: 10.2" 
BB Height: 11.5"  
Chainstays: 13.75"
Sizing Guide: 4'3" - 4'8" Rider Height for 18.5" Toptube ; 5'2 - 5'8" Rider Height for 20.3" Toptube

Need help building your complete bike? Check out our bike build video below.  

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.