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Haro Annex Mini
$399.99
Haro's Annex Mini offers race-winning quality for the small racer. The light, durable aluminum frame and fast spinning wheels are ideal for the youngster interested in BMX tracks. Aluminum cranks provide the go and the grippy Kenda tires shine on the straights and the berms. The rear linear-pull brake reins things in, and the 17.75-inch top tube is perfect for riders just starting out.
Haro Annex Pro
$399.99
Whether its a first race bike, or your tried and trusted ride, Haro's Annex Pro is sure to please. The light, durable aluminum frame, full chromoly fork, and berm-slashing wheels rocket out of the gates and are destined to take the intermediate rider up through the ranks. Tubular chromoly cranks put all the power onto the track, and the grippy Kenda tires shine when you have a need for speed. The rear linear-pull brake reins things in, and the 20.5-inch top tube makes for a pro fit.
Haro Annex Si
$259.99
Get into the excitement of BMX racing on a budget. The sturdy high-tensile steel frame and fork, and berm-slashing 20-inch aluminum wheels rocket out of the gates and are destined to take the beginning rider up through the ranks. Stiff steel cranks put all the power onto the track, and the grippy Kenda tires shine when you have a need for speed. The rear linear-pull brake reins things in, and the 19.5-inch top tube offers young riders a pro fit.
Haro Pro XL
$609.99
The Haro dynasty started with a couple number plates. Add one for yourself to a Haro Pro XL. It’s built on a lightweight aluminum frame for explosive acceleration that snaps you out of the gate and keeps you at the front of the pack. Holding your line in the corners at speed is key, so they spec a chromoly tapered fork for precision steering and confident cornering. And its spec sheet reads like a racer's wish list: 2-piece aluminum cranks, a ProMax brake, Pivotal saddle, and Alienation rims fitted with Kenda rubber. Get the holeshot, cross the finish line first, and become a part of Haro's history on your Pro XL.
Haro SD
$1,089.99
A duplicate of Dennis Enarson's pro bike, Haro's SD is everything you expect a ready-to-soar street bike to be. The 100% chromoly frame features tapered stays, an hourglass Mid bottom bracket shell, and welded seat clamp, while the chromoly fork features tapered legs and an internally threaded CNC steerer tube for strength and steering precision. Haro's beefy double-wall rims take a pounding, grippy Haro tires shine on the street or in the park, and the free-coaster rear hub lets you progress to the limits of your imagination. A micro drivetrain and super stiff 2-piece cranks boost you up to speed for the next set. Top it all off with a Demolition chromoly handlebar, Demolition pedals, and a Demolition seat, and the streets are yours for the taking.
Giant GFR F/W
$300.00
Bunny hops, wheelies, backyard jumps. GFR helps young bmx shredders master all the tricks of the trade. With its sturdy, lightweight aluminum frame and tough components, GFR is designed to help young BMX riders as they progress. From those first bursts of speed to more advanced skills and tricks, it’s with them all the way. Features: - Aluxx Aluminum frame - Chromoly Steerer, High-Tensile Legs - Durable 6.55-inch steel handlebar - Simple single-speed drivetrain with a rear hand brake - Tough 20-inch alloy rims, alloy hubs
Haro Boulevard
$379.99
Want to ride park, street, and trails? Haro's Boulevard can ride it all. The Boulevard series starts with a strong steel frame with internal headtube and Mid BB shell with a matching hi-ten fork that hold up to all the hard hits from your tricks. 3-piece chromoly cranks power a compact 25/9 drivetrain which turn fat and cushy Haro La Mesa tires. An 8.5-inch-rise handlebar keeps you on your line for perfect setups every time. The lightweight Boulevard platform is built for flow with a straight cable rear brake, and with a 20.5-inch top tube, you get a bike that fits not just your height, but your style as well.
Haro Pro 24
$609.99
The Haro dynasty started with a couple number plates. Add one for yourself on a Haro Pro 24. The Pro 24 is built on a lightweight aluminum frame with wide bottom bracket and huge downtube for explosive handling that snaps you out of the gate and keeps you at the front of the pack. Holding your line in the corners at speed is key, so Haro spec’d a chromoly tapered fork for precision steering and confident cornering. And its spec sheet reads like a racer's wish list: 2-piece aluminum cranks, a ProMax brake, Pivotal saddle, and Alienation rims fitted with Kenda rubber. Become a part of Haro's history on your new Pro 24.
Haro Shredder 16
$189.99
Haro's Shredder 16 is perfect for young riders graduating from a running bike. The tough steel frame shakes off the knocks of childhood. They've got both a hand brake and a coaster brake, perfect for getting the hang of braking.
WeThePeople Audio Frameset
$399.99
The Audio 22" Frameset is WeThePeople's first-ever 22" frameset. The larger diameter wheel provides a more stable ride without sacrificing the classic BMX look and feel. It's perfect for the die-hard trail dogs and taller riders looking for bike more fitting to their size, without having to ride a bike that simply isn’t BMX. The geometry is dialed. The size is right. - Allround frame and fork kit designed for 22‘‘ wheels - Wider rear triangle allows clearance for a 2.40" tire - Extruded top tube with integrated threads for cable guides - Frame comes drilled for removable brake mounts, but brake hardware is not included - Slim profile integrated seat clamp - Top and down tube gussets
WeThePeople Awake Frame
$329.99
WeThePeople just gave the Ed Zunda Awake frame a full makeover. With a taller 9" standover height and a 127mm tall hourglass headtube, the Awake frame now comes with WTP's 7.5mm-thick investment cast dropouts with integrated chain tensioners making this slick street unit more dialed than ever. - Frame comes drilled for removable brake mounts, but brake hardware is NOT included - Extruded top tube with integrated threads for cable guides - CNC machined seat and chainstay bridges - Top and down tube gussets - Dent resistant rear triangle allows clearance for a 2.5" tire - Chainstay length: 13.2" with 25-9 gearing, 13" slammed - Mid-BB width: 74mm, height: 11.75" - Weight: 2.51kg / 5.53lbs
WeThePeople Buck Frame
$319.99 - $329.99
A Wethepeople classic, the Buck Frame was based on Dillon Lloyd's blend of progressive technical riding and all-out savagery. The Buck has been upgraded with 9.25" standover and shorter 13.2" chainstay as per Dillon's request. It features ovalized dent-resistant chain stays, taller 127mm extended headtube for fewer spacers with an uncut fork, and a wider rear triangle, allowing clearance for a 2.5" tire. - Ovalized, dent-resistant chainstays - Taller, 127mm extended headtube - Wider rear triangle allows clearance for a 2.50" tire - Extruded top tube with integrated threads for cable guides - The frame comes drilled for removable brake mounts, but brake hardware is NOT included - Slim profile integrated seat clamp - Top and down tube gussets - Chainstay length: 13.2" with 25-9 gearing - Mid-BB width: 74mm, height: 11.8" - Weight: 2.39kg /5.27lbs (21")
WeThePeople CRS 20
$399.99
The WeThePeople CRS enters 2018 with three fresh colorways and a healthy upgrade of new components. The geometry of the CRS has been tailored specifically to allow younger riders to be able to progress quicker, including short 13.2” chainstays and 165mm cranks, giving the CRS a responsive and snappy ride. Fully sealed Salt AM cassette hub, the new Salt Fraction rims and even a pair of Eclat Surge plastic pedals. - Shorter chainstays and cranks for younger riders - High rise Salt Pro top load stem with STC (shark tooth clamping) inside the stem body to provide a vise-like grip on the bars - Fully sealed Salt AM cassette hub - Fatter 2.35" tires front and rear
WeThePeople Crysis
$599.99
The WeThePeople Crysis is a mid-level bike with a spec that could easily be found on the bikes PRO teams are riding on this year. You’ll find a generous helping of Eclat aftermarket parts including the super-wide Trippin XL rims, low profile Slash pedals, and even the new Talon brake, which accommodates the largest tires on the market. - Full Chromoly frame, fork, and bar - Removable brake hardware - Fully sealed bearing wheels - Eclat Slash pedals and Trippin XL rims
WeThePeople Envy
$1,079.99
The Envy has been carefully re-designed with all the components hand-picked by WeThePeople to ensure it’s a colossal bike for street riding, park riding, and just about everything in between. The Envy is backed up by a parts list adorning a new frame that features investment-cast dropouts, as well as Supreme hubs and new parts from Eclat like the high-performance Mirage 2.35" tires and the CNC-machined RS sprocket. - All-round inspired geometry for skatepark/street/dirt riding - Taller standover on 21" option - Full Chromoly frame, heat-treated bar, and fork - Oversize clamp 25.4mm WTP Hydra stem and Envy bars - Eclat Mirage tires - WTP Supreme female hubs laced to Eclat Raven rims - RHD/LHD switchable cassette hub
WeThePeople Message Frame
$296.99 - $319.99
The WeThePeople Message is a full aftermarket alternative for riders that need a strong, but lightweight technical park setup built to last. The Message frame boasts a lower standover height, fast geometry, and a custom dual cable brake hardware making it perfect for the technical ramp rider. - Super strong, technical park frame - Wider rear triangle allows clearance for a 2.50" tire - Extruded top tube with integrated threads for cable guides - Slim profile integrated seat clamp - Comes with removable brake mounts, but brake hardware is NOT included - Chainstay length: 12.95" slammed, 13.2" centered with 25-9 gearing - Bottom bracket: mid-BB width: 74mm, height: 11.5" - Weight: 2.4kg / 5.32lbs (21")
WeThePeople Nova
$359.99
Bringing WeThePeople quality to an even lower price point, the Nova gets upgraded with 2.35" Salt Tracer tires, the Pro front load stem, and two incredible color options. A short 20" top tube and 13.2" chainstay keeps the Nova nimble and easy to maneuver for first-time riders, while 25-9 gearing and mid padded combo seat give it the same feel as our pro-level bikes. You’ll be hard to find an entry-level bike that packs as much punch as the Nova. - Shorter geometry makes it the perfect first 20" BMX bike for younger riders - 25-9 gearing - Fatter 2.35" tires, front and rear - Sealed Mid BB
WeThePeople Patrol Frame
$319.99
WeThePeople's extensive line of frames takes the brunt of today's heavy street riding. As a contrast, they designed the Patrol, heavily influenced by the trails and concrete park riding that has always been a part of the brand, while taking a slightly less aggressive approach to keep all of us in touch with our roots. Designed to be run with a larger 28-9 gearing and with chainstay located brake mounts, the Patrol Frame pairs up classic, stable geometry with subtle WTP detailing to make a super tough frame built to feel right at home blasting the local trails or boosting a concrete bowl. Includes a lifetime guarantee. - CNC machined dropouts, 6mm, heat-treated, 4130 CrMo with integrated chain tensioner - Extended 125mm headtube for fewer stem spacers with an uncut fork - The frame comes drilled for removable brake mounts, but brake hardware is NOT included - Slim profile integrated seat clamp - Top and down tube gussets - Double butted top tube, downtube with integrated threads for cable guides and WTP gusset - Rear triangle allows clearance for a 2.4" tire
WeThePeople Reason
$519.99 - $539.99
With a steeper 75.5-degree headtube and a super short 26mm offset Saltplus EX fork, the WeThePeople Reason rides just like the super tech street machines that PRO riders Jordan Godwin and Dan Kruk are running right now. Featuring a Chromoly frame, fork, and bar as well as Saltplus PRO nylon hub guards, the Reason is the perfect steed for all the new school street shredders out there. - Street inspired geometry with shorter fork offset, cranks, and chainstays - Full Chromoly bar and fork - High rise Salt Pro top load stem with STC (shark tooth clamping) inside the stem body to provide a vise-like grip on the bars - Saltplus Sting tires in 2.40" and 2.30" - Fat padded Tripod seat and post - Removable brake hardware - Saltplus PRO Nylon/Fiberglass hub guards - Fully sealed bearing wheels
WeThePeople Revolver Frame
$309.99 - $329.99
The Revolver frame, the do-it-all and do it well model from WeThePeople. It's a frame that was created with the sole intention of shredding on any terrain, with larger diameter rear tubing and an investment cast wishbone to not only give the Revolver a strong and unique look but more importantly to strengthen and stiffen the whole frame up, giving it a stable yet responsive feel. Adding some brakes to your rig is certainly no cause for shame. Holes in the seat stays let you mount a u-brake for more versatility and a touch more confidence to go big. Combined with new 7.5mm thick investment cast dropouts with integrated chain tensioners, the Revolver is a deadly weapon capable of just about anything. - All-around geometry - Oversize seat stays and chainstays for increased stiffness - Wider rear triangle allows clearance for a 2.5" tire - Investment cast wishbone - Drilled for removable brake mounts, but brake hardware is NOT included - Custom 127mm headtube with smoother shape and matching bottom bracket shell - Includes WTP Supreme alloy seat clamp - Top and down tube gussets - Chainstay length: 13.25" slammed with 28-9 gearing, 13.5" centered - Mid-BB width: 74mm, height: 11.5", CNC machined and heat-treated - Weight: 2.385kg - 5.25lbs
WeThePeople Versus
$669.99
Complete with a Saltplus GEO rotor setup and the WETHEPEOPLE INDEX stem, the WeThePeople Versus skatepark machine is based around the geometry of the Message aftermarket line and is about as close to a pro-level, contest-winning unit as you’re going to get in one bike. - Park focused geometry and components - Full Chromoly frame, fork, and bar - Removable brake hardware - Fully sealed bearing wheels - Saltplus Echo Gyro and cables - WTP Index FL Stem
Radio Comrad
$669.99
Radio's Comrad: their high-end Chromoly frame and Radio Pro fork decked out with the finest parts Radio, Salt, and Eclat have to offer. Ready for the street, and perfectly capable at the trails or park. - Full Chromoly frame with removable pivots & guides - Radio Pro fork - Radio Pro 170mm cranks - Radio Pro bars - 13.2" chainstays - 11.7" bottom bracket height
Radio Darko
$419.99
The Darko is back in both 20.5” and 21” toptube sizes in a crazy neon yellow option as well as a stealthy matte black. Featuring a solid lineup of Radio and Salt components. This affordable ride is ready to shred the street. - 1020 Hi-Ten frame with chromoly toptube and downtube - Removable pivots and guides - Radio AM 170mm 3-piece cranks - Radio Darko 1020 Hi-Ten bars - 13.2" chainstays, 11.7" bottom bracket height
Radio Evol
$349.99
Radio Evol is ready to rule the park and the streets at an affordable price point. Full 1020 Hi-Ten steel frame for a smooth ride and a nice mix of Radio and Salt parts to bring you through all those sessions in style. - Full 1020 Hi-Ten frame - Radio AM 1020 Hi-Ten fork - Radio AM 165mm cranks - 13.2" chainstays - 11.75" bottom bracket height
Radio Nemesis Frame
$259.99
Reborn for 2018, our Nemesis frame is built to last and take a serious beating. This fully heat-treated chromo frame features super thick 6mm-thick CNC machined dropouts, super short 12.7" chainstays, and steeper 75.5-degree head tube angle, giving you a responsive and agile feeling steed. The Nemesis uses straight gauge tubing for extra dent resistance, and a taller 125mm headtube to eliminate the need for spacers under your stem. Put through all kinds of hell by Leon Hoppe, Robin Kachfi, and Jacob Bailey, the Nemesis is one tough steed built for absolutely anything, street, park even dirt!
Radio Valac
$469.99
The Valac, Radio's mid-range super agile bike ready for action with a full complement of Radio and Salt components. Valac has a great price to performance ratio. - Chromoly top tube, downtube, chainstays, 1020 Hi-Ten, removable pivots & guides - Radio Pro Chromoly fork - Radio AM 170mm cranks - 13.2" chainstay length - 11.8" bottom bracket height
Premium Products Solo
$359.99 - $389.99
Options, options, options: Premium's Solo has them and it's ready to accommodate your style, size, and ability level. The Solo’s chromoly down tube frame makes it tough, and the Mid bottom bracket shell ensures stiffness while reducing overall weight. Need to land a back flip or working on your fufanus? The Alienation PBR rims want to take that flight with you and keep you rolling smooth on the landing. And, whether you’re sessioning the trails or spending a few hours at the park, the 25/9 gearing has all the push you need to air the big set or up your speed for a transfer.
Haro Annex Expert
$399.99
Set your young racer on the path to BMX success with Haro's Annex Expert. The light, durable aluminum frame, full chromoly fork, and quick, fast-spinning wheels are purpose built for the intermediate rider rising through the ranks. Lightweight aluminum cranks put the power onto the dirt, and the grippy Kenda tires shine when there's a need for speed. The rear linear-pull brake reins things in, and the 18.9-inch top tube is perfect for growing riders.
Haro Annex Junior
$399.99
Haro's Annex Junior: Because every trip to the podium has to start somewhere. The light, durable aluminum frame, full chromoly fork, and fast spinning wheels, are perfect for the younger rider with their first taste of the track. Lightweight aluminum cranks slingshot you out of the gate, and the grippy Kenda tires shine when you have a need for speed. The single linear-pull brake reins things in, and the 18.25-inch top tube is perfect for up-and-comers.
Haro Annex Mini
$399.99
Haro's Annex Mini offers race-winning quality for the small racer. The light, durable aluminum frame and fast spinning wheels are ideal for the youngster interested the BMX track. Aluminum cranks provide the go and the grippy Kenda tires shine on the straights and the berms. The rear linear-pull brake reins things in, and the 17.75-inch top tube is perfect for riders just starting out. No one does BMX quite like Haro.
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