Haro Steel Reserve 1.2 DJ/MtnX

DESCRIPTION


4130 double-butted cromoly frame with BMX inspired horizontal drop-outs
SR Suntour DJ 80mm travel fork
BMX-style 8-spline 4130 cromoly tubular cranks with 12T rear cog
Hayes MX4 mechanical disc brake; rear only
Kenda K-Rad 2.3 tires

USER REVIEWS

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[Oct 20, 2011]
Jakester
Downhiller

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

You can tell it was made by a bmx focused company because all the parts are bomproof, the frame is very strong and the tyres
(KendaKrad 1.2) are the best ive ever ridden. The bike in whole has 24in flickability yet 26in stability at high speed and the ability to just hop on and go with out worrying about cracks and that is awesome!

Weakness:

Its alot heavier than other dj/street bikes i have ridden(13.5kgs), the stock forks are not the best(sr-suntour duro dj d) and the seat comes stock in white which is bad because now its grey.

If your looking for a well priced dj/street bike and dont give an ass about the forks than this is the bike for you.

Similar Products Used:

Only bmx bikes really, this is my first proper dj/street bike.
I have ridden a giant stp but i didnt like how it felt.

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