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Haro Bikes

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Haro Bikes

The Haro brand covers a wide range of styles and levels of riding, making Haro bikes the perfect choice for almost any rider. Haro BMX bikes have been trusted and respected in the industry for being highly innovative, light, sturdy, and agile, and over the past 20 years Haro has extended their reputation for excellence to their mountain bikes and kids’ bikes, as well.

Choosing Your Haro Bike

If you’re in the market for a new BMX or mountain bike, you’re probably wondering where to start and how to choose the perfect bike from the Haro range. Finding the best Haro bike for you is easy, you’ll just have to determine a few things about yourself and the kind of riding you want to do.

Use our guide below to get started shopping for your new ride.

Haro BMX Bikes

This is where Haro started, and it remains the soul of the brand today. When looking for a Haro BMX bike, you should consider whether or not you’ll be racing. You can find a variety of Haro BMX bikes on BikeExchange through private sellers and bike shops that will fit your style, including Haro’s Race range, as well as their park and street BMX lines.

Haro Mountain Bikes

If you want to hit the trails and go for miles and miles without stopping, you’ll want to check out Haro’s range of mountain bikes. If you’re planning on hitting a lot of single tracks, doing any dual-slalom racing, or you’re interested in all-mountain riding, you’re probably going to be in the market for a full suspension bike. If you’re going to be sticking to fire roads and less aggressive trails, a front suspension model or hardtail will be more than adequate.

Haro Kids Bikes

If you’re looking for a high quality bike for your child, you can find a full range of sizes and styles of mountain bikes and BMX bikes for kids in the Haro range. Starting at 12” and going up to 24”, these bikes are made to fit kids starting at about four years old, and they’re designed to help them learn to ride, use hand brakes, and even shift gears before they graduate to adult bikes later on.

Take a few minutes to explore our selection of Haro bikes in the United States. Discover why BikeExchange is your top source for everything bike!