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2013 Haro 200.1 Bike

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7 member reviews

“Outstanding”

The Good:

everything

The Bad:

seat,grips

Overall Review:

I have a 2012 version butthey are all the same.The same bike but just different colors. I have had mine for about a year and a half,and i have only had the basic wear and tear problems on this bike. I have upgraded my chain,grips,pedals,rims, tires, valve caps. When I first got the bike I was supprised of the quality of the bike. Even though it is tension steel, This bike could be hit with a sledge hammer and still be fine. The grips should be replaced immediately(I recomend ODI longnecks). They are nice at first , but like all stock grips they wear down almost immediately.As of the tires, Kenda Kontacts lasted me about a year and a month and i just Read More »

Overall Review:

I have a 2012 version butthey are all the same.The same bike but just different colors. I have had mine for about a year and a half,and i have only had the basic wear and tear problems on this bike. I have upgraded my chain,grips,pedals,rims, tires, valve caps. When I first got the bike I was supprised of the quality of the bike. Even though it is tension steel, This bike could be hit with a sledge hammer and still be fine. The grips should be replaced immediately(I recomend ODI longnecks). They are nice at first , but like all stock grips they wear down almost immediately.As of the tires, Kenda Kontacts lasted me about a year and a month and i just replaced them because i skidded a lot. Everything is pretty much unseal, but this bike may have a semisealed rear hub(not really sure). The cracks "pop" a lot but most stock cranks do. If you are just getting into BMX, this i s the bike for you.It is great to build off of, and great to learn your mechanics off of. I would recomend this bike to anybody, expecially sombody on a budget.

“Haro 200.1”

The Good:

Light for the price, grips are good and comfy, tires get grip even on gravel

The Bad:

the seat is plastic so it is ungodly uncomfortable, the grips do fall apart pretty fast, pedals could be better

Overall Review:

I got this bike last year and it has held up nicely, i wanted it to be better though so i bought a bunch of parts for it, its easy to jump and bunny hop, the cranks pop ALOT. over all a good bike for beginners.

Overall Review:

I got this bike last year and it has held up nicely, i wanted it to be better though so i bought a bunch of parts for it, its easy to jump and bunny hop,  the cranks pop ALOT.  over all a good bike for beginners.

“This bike is ok for a beginner”

The Good:

The weight for the price . Usually for this price you get a huge sprocket !

The Bad:

The colors are ok but if it was red it would be boss! Tires pop really easily

Overall Review:

Good bike for the price but thin tires so replace those!

“this bike is ok”

The Good:

the bars ,frame , fork ,

The Bad:

grips , pedals and my chain snapped umm and the sproket bent after messing up a feeble

Overall Review:

its ok for beginners but if ur past that dnt buy it :0

“killer bike”

The Good:

easy to ride and flip around great colors grips smooth ride strong frame and good seat great brakes

The Bad:

rims are kinda thin i don't like generic brand parts kinda heavy i don't like straight cables on a trick bike.

Overall Review:

overall a incredible bike i have it in green best bike iv ever had the best bang for your buck mine didnt have stickers

“Haro 200.1 Great Ride”

The Good:

Great Color Choice Light Tires at 50PSI feel great Handles with ease Fairly Easy to ride

The Bad:

Stickers that is all really.. I hate having stickers on bikes

Overall Review:

O M G This is a sick Bike Definatly a good buy Reconmended to all Especially People who are learning to ride Cheap Yet so effective... Had no Problems

“AWESOME BIKEE”

The Good:

awesome colors. light weight. nice grips. learned how to bunny hop immediatly.

The Bad:

nothing yet. had for about a week

Overall Review:

awesomee bike BUY IT NOW

Specifications
Model Year 2013
Frame Hi-Ten frame with wishbone chainstay - 18.5, 20 or 20.5" TT
    Materials
    Top Tube Length
    Chainstay Length
    Head Tube Angle
    Seat Tube Angle
    Standover Height
    BB Height
    Brakemounts
    Dropouts
Fork 1 1/8" Hi-Ten -Threadless
Handlebar Hi-Ten- 8" rise
Stem Haro Forged
Grips Counterfeit Grips
Bar Ends Plastic
Headset
Cranks 3-piece crmo 8-spline 175mm cranks with sealed Mid BB
Sprocket 25t
Bottom Bracket Sealed Mid
Pedals Haro Small Block Resin 9/16"
Chain KMC Z
Driver/Freewheel 25/9 w/cassette 9T driver
Front Rim 36H Alloy single wall
Rear Rim 36H Alloy single wall
Front Hub 36H steel shell 3/8" Frt
Rear Hub 36H Alloy shell cassette rear 14mm
Front Tire Haro La Mesa 2.4
Rear Tire Haro La Mesa 2.0
Spokes 14g Stainless
Seat Haro plastic one piece seat w/ built in post
Seatpost
Seatpost Clamp Haro
Brakes Alloy 990 U-brake
Brake Levers Alloy
Detangler N/A
Cable Std Cable
Pegs N/A
Colors SG Black, Gloss Metallic Blue, Matte Candy Red,
Weight 26 lb 12 oz (12.1 kg)
Miscellaneous
Price $329.99
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