Haro's Steel Reserve 1.2 has the goods for the dirt, street, and park. It's got a full chromoly frame with a proper geometry and super-low standover height so you can bust out tailwhips, can-cans, and maybe even a back flip. The cranks are made from chromoly, and you've got burly Alienation wheels, so rough landings are no problem. The 80mm-travel RST Dirt fork helps with that as well. Horizontal drops make the singlespeed set up a snap and keep things light and simple. Plus, Kenda K-Rad tires can go from the dirt to the street with no compromise and the rear disc brake lets you scrub speed and frees your front end for X-ups and bar spins.
|Frame||Haro chromoly w/horizontal dropouts, butted downtube|
|Fork||RST Dirt Fork w/80mm travel, hydraulic rebound|
|Rims/Wheels||Alienation, Front: PBR; Rear: Black Sheep|
|Tires||Kenda K-Rad, 26 x 2.3|
|Crankset||3- piece chromoly|
|Brakes||Tektro IO mechanical-disc (rear only)|
|Pedals||Aluminum platform w/replaceable pins|
|Saddle||Haro Slim Padded Pivotal|
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