Learning some techy tricks starts with throwing a leg over Haro's 100.3. The 100 series features a strong high-tensile steel frame and fork and 7.5-inch rise handlebar. It is offered in an 18.5-inch frame so little rippers can get onto 20-inch wheels, or a 20.3-inch frame for a more general fit. Either top tube length, the stout chromoly 3-piece crank power a 36/14 gearing and the smooth wheels with 3/8-inch axles are wrapped with quality Kenda tires. Plus, the tech-oriented .3 platform comes with all the goodies you could want - a front 990 brake, detangler for the rear brake, and 4 pegs for ambidextrous antics.
|Hubs||Steel, 3/8-inch axles|
|Tires||Kenda Kontact, 20 x 2.125/1.95|
|Crankset||3-piece tubular: 165mm for 18.5-inch, 175mm for 20.3-inch|
|Handlebars||High-tensile steel, 7.5-inch|
|Pedals||Haro Small Block resin|
|Accessories & Extras||Detangler, 2 sets of pegs|
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I think the Haro 100.3 is a good starter bike based on the pros and cons but if you want to do extreme BMX biking this is not the bike for you.
i use the bike 4 tricks its very well made its heavy
dont ever buy this the sprocket suks [*]. broke on first min.