18-Inch (4-7 yr. old)
If you're looking for the perfect "in-between" size for the rider a few years away from a full size 20" BMX bike, our Dice 18" is the unquestionable choice. Using a much lighter weight 6061-T6 alloy frame and a cassette hub with 25-9 gearing, the Dice is a bike that any rider would be stoked to be on board.
The Revo line allows you to get your first taste of the BMX world on a solid and well-designed bike. We took extra care when hand-selecting the components on these bikes to ensure that they could be ridden straight out of the box and are simple to work on and maintain, but also easily upgradeable over time. Despite the low price-point, the Revo is packed full of great features like 25-9 gearing, tapered fork legs, and short/responsive pro-inspired geometry. The Revo 18" sits one step below a full-size 20" BMX bike, giving younger riders a snappier and more responsive bike that fits them perfectly. Much like our Dice 18" model, you'll find a lightweight, slim combo saddle and smaller 25-9 gearing, making this bike look and ride just like a pro-level complete.
The Kicker is our only 18-inch bike in the line and is built with younger riders in mind who aren't quite ready to make the jump to their first 20-inch bike. With similar components to the Kink Launch model, this bike doesn't compromise on any specs. This year the Kicker comes in a tough-looking Matte Midnight Blue color and is paired with all black components. Geometry on the Kicker 18-inch bike is specifically tailored in all aspects and is again, not simply a smaller bike. All parts and components work together to create the perfect bike for younger and shorter riders. A few notable components kitted with the Kicker are the 8-inch Kink T800 bars, rock solid 3-piece tubular chromoly cranks with sealed Mid bottom bracket, a sealed integrated headset, and modern tread design 2.4-inch tires.
The Kicker is our only 18" bike in the line and is built with younger riders in mind who aren't quite ready to make the jump to their first 20" bike. With similar components to the Kink Launch model, this bike doesn't compromise on any specs. This year the Kicker comes in a tough looking Gloss Digital Black color and is paired with all black components. Geometry on the Kicker 18" bike is specifically tailored in all aspects and is again, not simply a smaller bike. All parts and components work together to create the perfect bike for younger and shorter riders. A few notable components kitted with the Kicker are the 8" Kink T800 bars, rock solid 3-piece tubular chromoly cranks with sealed Mid bottom bracket, a sealed integrated headset, and modern tread design 2.4" tires.
Downtown 18 is for the raddest rider out there. Our new model comes well equipped to take you anywhere you wish to ride. Fully Sealed internal headset and Mid BB, just like the Pro's ride, you will be amazed what you can do on the Downtown. - Hi-ten 18" freestyle frame with integrated head tube, Mid BB shell and integrated seat clamp - Full hi-ten fork with tapered legs - Hi-ten 7" bars with Haro 1978 alloy top load stem - Haro 1978 3-piece chromoly 8-spline 145mm cranks with sealed Mid BB - 25/9 gearing with sealed bearing 9T driver - Kenda Kontact tires 18x2.25" front/rear - Haro padded fully adjustable seat
BMX/Freestyle is deeply rooted in the DNA of our brand and that will never change. Introducing the worlds very first freestyle specific frame and fork to an emerging sport is something that we are very proud of, nearly as much as being the leading brand in freestyle 35 years later. Today BMX is not only a sport, it’s a lifestyle. It’s a choice you make to be a part of, a way you choose to express yourself, and it’s the way you find your freedom. Haro builds a broad range of BMX freestyle bikes that help you do just that, from Pro builds all the way down to slightly more affordable yet fully capable machines. We have always had the best professional riders on our bikes which makes for a great research and development team (minus the white lab coats-see Team). The result? See for yourself!
At Haro we know that the difference between winning and losing is not always what happens on the track. The difference between winning and losing is what happens before the race. It is the countless hours of training, hard work and dedication. Winning doesn’t happen by accident. It is a result of pushing yourself to the limits when the doubters think you can’t. This is the same approach Haro uses to build a BMX Race Bike. Countless hours are expended in creating a geometry that maximizes effort and construction methods that use state of the art materials that trim weight and increase performance. From aluminum to carbon fiber, these same methods have helped Pro’s and Amateurs alike realize their dreams. We were born to race and so were you.
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