Haro 2001 Blammo BMX Bike

User Reviews (4)

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dan jackson   Weekend Warrior [Jul 04, 2003]
Strength:

crank frame rims and bars

Weakness:

none to speak of

best bike i have ever had

Similar Products Used: 99 gt performer and 01 hoffman suger baby
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RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
James T   Weekend Warrior [Dec 11, 2001]
Strength:

Every thing

Weakness:

handle bars

its da bomb

Similar Products Used: Revo.. JUST SUCKS... its all about jumping
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RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
4
tim rundell   Weekend Warrior [Sep 16, 2001]
Strength:

fusion 3-piece crankset
crome body

Weakness:

none

the best

Similar Products Used: none
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
4
Ted Peterson   [Nov 18, 2001]
Strength:

Best complete freestyle bike you can buy... Frame is 4130 chromoly and stronger than anything I've ridden, WILL NOT BUST UNDER NORMAL CONDITIONS. Wheelset is brilliant and the best you can get before having custom ones made. Levers rule the world (odyssey modulevers). Pedals hold up to almost everything (DONT DO PEDAL GRINDS! THE PINS BUST OFF). Fast, very fast out of the box, if you've got enough $$$ and you dont wanna mess around with upgrading, this thing is great. Stock tires hold up well, have a low tread alert system, the treads have an orange layre under the main tread that signals when you need to buy new ones. Cranks will hold up to medium abuse. Seat is comfy and has easy adjustment system. The bike is very adaptable to new parts, everything fits new upgrades, no trimming down the frame to fit new sized parts.

Weakness:

I CANT FIND A HEAVIER BIKE IN THE UNITED STATES... THERE ARE MOTORIZED VEHICLES THAT WEIGH MORE THAN THIS STUNNING 44lb BIKE. The chainwheel is weak, busted it on the first sproket grind I did on the thing. Grips wear away on hands and gloves like a Ferrari goes 0-60... Brakes can kill you, dont bother messing with them, buy Dia-Tech Hombre Fiestas(same brake with an upgrade kit built in). Peg wear quickly. Handlebars will slip until you tighten down the stem to the point where it strips or until you put glue on them. You'll have to spend $800(lighter seat post, custom wheels, lighter pegs, lighter handlebars) making it light enough to do activities that require getting lots of air. It couldn't adapt to a flatlander if it's life depended on it.

If you brake it, haro replaces the whole thing, its adapltable, strong out of the box, and the best stock freestyle/dirt/street bmx bike there is. not the lightest thing, but it is what haro's top riders all rode before they got their signature bikes (nyquist, mirra, harrington, ellison)

Similar Products Used: No need to buy a different bike
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RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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