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Haro Lineage Frame

Average User Rating: (Excellent)

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“Best Frame for your Buck.”

The Good: Very well balanced frame. Real comfortable ride. This bike rides how bikes used to ride. Absolute classic. This frame looks amazing. The classic gusset is sexy. Nice colors.

The Bad: Seems to dent a little easy.

Overall Review:

Im overall very pleased with this frame. Haro makes killer frames. I also owned a Haro Zebra. Even the Zebra is amazing. I dented the downtube on a foot high flat rail. I was just do a feeble and the front tire went over and dinged the bottome of the frame. Its about a pinky finger tip dent. I have bashed plenty of other frames harder than this and they held up. So I dont know if the tubing is thinner or what.

“Haro Lineage”

The Good: Great construction and attention to detail. $299 is inexpensive. The Chrome is amazing. Great geometry

The Bad: The head tube gusset is polarizing. Old guys love it, young guys aren't sure but everyone agrees it adds strength to the head tube. The weight is higher than most.

Overall Review:

I have ridden street, park and vert on my Lineage. While this frame is about a pound more than my last, I don't feel it.  The Lineage builds up to a well balanced ride.  The back end isn't super short so it's not loopy when going fast.  At sub $300, it's a great frame.  The attention to detail is great and when you look at it carefully, you can't see one thing wrong with the quality. 

Specifications
Headset
Bottom Bracket 11.5” Height
Top Tube Length 20.5", 20.75", or 21"
Chainstay Length 13.75”
Head Tube Angle 75°
Seat Tube Angle
Standover Height
Brake Mount Location Seat Stays
Dropouts Investment-Cast
Materials Full 4130 Chromoly, CNC Machined Seat-Tube, Head-Tube, and BB Shell
Colors Teal, Black, Chrome
Weight 5 lb 12 oz (2.6 kg)
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Price N/A
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