When you're too big for a 16-inch but too small for a 20-inch, the Shredder 18 fills the void. The low profile alloy frame and 18-inch alloy rim wheels bridge the size gap for growing riders who are sized in between the 16-inch and 20-inch models. 1 1/8-inch threadless headset, rear coaster brake and linear pull v-brakes are all found on the Shredder 18. Also included is a full pad set. - 6061 alloy Shredder lo-profile frame - 1-1/8 threadless headset - 28-spoke wheels with 18" alloy rims - Sure stop coaster brake and linear pull v-brake with adjustable lever - Padded Jr. seat and Jr. plastic pedals - Full matching pad set
Similar to the rest of the Shredder line, the Shredder 20 is built around a low profile alloy frame. Many of the same features like 1 1/8-inch threadless headset, rear coaster brake and linear pull v-brakes are all found on the Shredder 20 but what sets it apart from the rest of the line are the full size 20-inch 36 spoke wheels. Also included is a full matching pad set. - 6061 alloy Shredder lo-profile frame - Haro alloy top load stem - 1-1/8 threadless headset - Sure stop coaster brake and linear pull v-brake with adjustable lever - 36-spoke wheels with 20" alloy rims - Full matching pad set
The Shredder 20 Girls has all the same features as the Shredder 20 but with a slightly different frame. The geometry is the same but the girl's version has a slightly lower top tube stand over which makes it easier to straddle. - 6061 alloy Shredder lo-profile frame - Haro alloy top load stem - 1-1/8 threadless headset - Sure stop coaster brake and linear pull v-brake with adjustable lever - 36-spoke wheels with 20" alloy rims - Full matching pad set
Giant's Motr 20 is a force to be reckoned with. This little shredder is ready for the streets, trails, and anywhere else your kid can motor along. With a lightweight aluminum frame, sick moto-style steel fork, adjustable-reach hand brake and rear coaster brake, this ripper is ready. Of course, it's got shin-friendly plastic pedals and comes with a kickstand and bell, too!
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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
Combining cutting-edge hydroforming technology with input from team riders Dan Kruk and Jordan Godwin, the WeThePeople Battleship frame is the perfect match for the progressive street rider. Boasting an incredibly short 12.7" chainstay, thicker CNC machined dropouts (designated to work flawlessly with hub guards and pegs), and a fully brakeless design; the Battleship is a super tough, no-nonsense street weapon with WTP's most responsive geometry yet. - Hydroformed top and down tube for the strongest possible connection to the headtube - Super strong, technical street frame with the shortest chainstay possible - Taller 127mm extended headtube for fewer spacers with an uncut fork - Wider rear triangle allows clearance for a 2.5" tire - Fully brakeless frame - Slim-profile integrated seat clamp - Chainstay length: 12.7" slammed, 13" centered - Mid-BB width: 74mm, height: 11.7" - Weight: 2.325kg/5.125lbs (20.5") - Jordan Godwin signature frame
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")
Felix Prangenberg's Pathfinder utilizes cutting edge and innovative technology that goes hand-in-hand with Felix’s highly progressive style of riding. The WeThePeople Pathfinder frame uses ‘new school street inspired’ responsive geometry with a groundbreaking new offset thickness chain stay and bottom bracket shell, to strengthen the frame in areas susceptible to grind damage. - Brakeless frame - Extruded offset thickness dent resistant chainstays - Super strong offset thickness bottom bracket shell - Top and down tube gussets - Super steep 76-degree headtube - Wider rear triangle allows clearance for a 2.5" tire - Chainstay length: 12.95" slammed, 13.2" centered - Mid-BB, width: 74mm, height: 11.7" - Weight: 2.36kg/5.2lbs
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
Shredding that middle ground between a 16-inch and a full-size BMX bike is Fitbikeco's Eighteen. It features the same 25/9 compact gearing and super-tough 36-hole wheels as its bigger relatives, but is sized just right for your mid-sized ripper. This tight ride also brings chromoly cranks and a sealed mid bottom bracket to the table for awesome stiffness and durability. A rear U-brake keeps things under control while a saddle, handlebar, and grips from OG finish out this mini ride.
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
All new for 2019 is Haro's Mike King Signature series, The Haro Group 1 RS2 29. The frame has been constructed by using 6061 aluminum with sealed mid BB and internal threaded fork. Cr-Mo 4130 fork and bar, with Haro's own 3-piece 8 spline tubular cranks. 36 spoke double wall rims with sealed cartridge bearing hi-flange hubs. Finished off with a lineage pivotal seat and pivotal post. - 100% 6061 alloy frame construction with integrated head tube, MID BB shell and 7mm Group 1 dropouts 23.5"TT - 100% chromoly fork with internal threaded steer tube, tapered legs and 5mm dropouts - 100% chromoly Freestyler cruiser bars 7" with Haro 1978 top load stem - Haro 1978 3-piece chromoly 8-spline 175mm cranks with Haro steel sprocket and sealed Mid BB - 36 spoke wheels with alloy shell high ange sealed bearing hubs and double-wall alloy rims - Fully sealed wheels with Lineage high ange hubs and double-wall alloy rims with satin nish - Kenda Kranium skinwall tires front and rear - Haro Lineage padded Pivotal seat with alloy Pivotal post - Haro "1978" plastic pedals - Haro Team grips - Pro-Max alloy V-brake and lever
Haro's Interstate will feel less like a machine and more like an extension of your own body. It’s built on a lightweight and tough-as-nails full chromoly frame and fork to shrug off the punishment you’ll inflict upon it, and the frame comes in two sizes, each with its own handlebar. The 20.5-inch top tube gets an 8.5-inch bar and the 21-incher gets an 8.75-inch bar. A mid bottom-bracket and internal headtube clean up the build and better protect bearings for less maintenance. The 3-piece chromoly cranks drive 28/9 gearing to get you up to speed in a hurry, while Haro Sata double-wall aluminum rims wrapped in 2.4-inch Haro La Mesa tires deliver burly strength and cushioned grip. Haro’s 1978 plastic pedals save weight and shins and the tripod seat and alloy seatpost give you the control you need with a little padding to take the edge off.
The Race Lite Mini is the first model in the Race Lite series to use 20" wheels. Much like the Micro Mini, the Mini is designed around a 6061 alloy frame with race specific geometry. Sealed bearings are found throughout the 20" alloy wheel set and 3 piece alloy race cranks for fast and smooth operation with minimal resistance. Control is capped off with a 100% chromoly fork along with alloy bars and a CNC alloy stem. - 6061 series alloy frame with integrated head tube, butted down tube, tapered chain stays, 3D dropouts with integrated chain tensioners - 100% chromoly fork - Alloy bars and Haro CNC alloy front load stem - 3-piece alloy race cranks with sealed Euro BB - Fully sealed wheels with Alienation rims, a sealed rear cassette hub and alloy nipples - Kenda Kontact tires - Promax V-Brake and lever
There are no two ways about it: Dave Mirra was the spark that revitalized Haro in the mid 1990s. Gone were the days of Bob Haro and Ron Wilkerson behind the brand's direction – it was now Dave Mirra and Ryan Nyquist designing complete bikes that were affordable, high quality and available worldwide to a new legion of BMX fans. A few years later, the X Games hit, and suddenly, Dave Mirra's signature Haro was on every TV screen of an ESPN subscriber, and demand for his signature bikes and components sky rocketed. Mirra remained an esteemed member of the Haro team through the end of 2006, and then started his own brand, Mirraco, for the remainder of his BMX career. But the majority of Mirra's accomplishments at the top of the sport were done on a signature Haro, and it's where most of us remember him best. Now, to honor Dave Mirra, Haro is releasing a 2017 tribute Dave Mirra bike, with a bulk of the sales proceeds going directly to the Mirra family. It is but one more way for BMX to continually honor the life, legacy and greatness of Dave Mirra, and all that he gave to his family, friends and BMX as a whole. And it's proof positive that the memory of Dave Mirra will remain with all of us for a long time to come. - 100% chromoly Mirra Tribute frame with integrated head tube, pierced top tube, wishbone seat stays, 20.5" & 21" top tube length - 100% chromoly fork with internal threaded 1 piece CNC steer tube, tapered legs with 990 lugs and 5mm dropouts - 100% chromoly bars 8.75" with Haro Lineage CNC alloy front load stem - Haro branded 3-piece chromoly 8-spline 175mm cranks with Haro Radiation 28T CNC alloy bolt drive sprocket and sealed Mid BB - Fully sealed wheels with Haro Sata double-wall alloy rims, Lineage high flange alloy shell sealed hubs with 14mm rear axle and 9t driver - Haro La Mesa tires 2.4" front and rear white wall - Haro "Mirra saddle" padded Pivotal seat with alloy Pivotal post - Haro 1978 plastic pedals - Haro Team grips - Dia-Compe "Hombre" 990 rear brakes with Tech-77 lever
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