Haro Thread One Freeride Hardtail

  • New thread 6061 aluminum frame w/ sliding, adjustable dropouts
  • SR Suntour Duro D fork 100mm travel with 32mm stanchion tubes
  • Truvativ Ruktion single speed crankset
  • SST Oryg cable detangler
  • Hayes rear disc brake

  • User Reviews (32)

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    mike luizzi   Cross Country Rider [Apr 21, 2009]
    Strength:

    handle bars are fat and strong, the frame, and the size

    Weakness:

    wheels . ive tightened my spokes multiple times and i feel the wheels kind of fold a bit off large gaps or harder landings

    great light bike it feels super comfortable in the air. balanced . but it might be a little over priced for my price ranges. though the front forks are a bit small for the jumps and bumps ive been hitting

    Similar Products Used: ironhorse maverick 4.2, diamond back apex and
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    4
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    4
    BIKER_02   Weekend Warrior [Oct 23, 2008]
    Strength:

    frame was decent
    wheels
    cranks
    bars

    Weakness:

    forks were really good until i snapped them on a ledge
    chain stretched and the dropout system blows
    Gyro makes the bars wayy to high
    i had the 15 inch frame and im fairly short at 5'6" so it felt kinda big

    good bike for a decent price
    had fun with it while it lasted
    DONT DO NOSE STALLS!!!!

    Similar Products Used: norco rival, wolverine specilized hardrock
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    RATING
    3
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    5
    mdh311n   Downhiller [Jun 13, 2008]
    Strength:

    This bike is burly and can take a pounding. Great dirt jump bike.

    Weakness:

    The giro is a huge problem on the 06. Will be swapping this out

    Great bike for the money. Apart from the giro have had no problems with this bike. Definitely go buy this for dirt jumping, urban riding

    Similar Products Used: Rocky Mountain Flow
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    RATING
    4
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    RATING
    5
    Matt   Weekend Warrior [Jun 02, 2008]
    Strength:

    Good fork frame can withstand almost anything that you throw at it. The bike has good geometry the tires are nice and hard.

    Weakness:

    The tires are not grippy enough for me. They spun out on a little patch of sand.

    The bottom line is if you are looking to upgrade from wimpy 20" bmx tires this is the bike for you. And also if you are just looking for a fun bike for a cheap price this is the bike fot you =)

    Similar Products Used: jamis komodo, haro zero eight , kona stinky , Giant stp2
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    RATING
    5
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    5
    Ray George   Weekend Warrior [Jun 29, 2007]
    Strength:

    Everything sweet forks, strong wheels ,AWESOME TIRES, everything is dope!!!! bombproof frame

    Weakness:

    none except the giro some times gotes weird and out of whack but easy to adjust, rear dropouts sometimes come loose

    The BEST Street/Urban/Dirt jump bike ive ever used by far

    Similar Products Used: Giant Yukon, P1, STP, Trek Jack, Dirt Jump Bikes
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    RATING
    5
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    RATING
    5
    Chris   Weekend Warrior [Oct 04, 2005]
    Strength:

    Frame, cranks, bar/stem, color scheme

    Weakness:

    Gyro, fork

    Kickass urban assualt bike, you don't need anything else...upgrade when stuff breaks. I have almost stopped riding my Diamondback XTS because this is so much fun and so little to break!

    Similar Products Used: Specialized P.1
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    RATING
    4
    VALUE
    RATING
    5
    marcus   [Apr 03, 2007]
    Strength:

    bars stem

    Weakness:

    frame rear hub

    fork is super soft no matter what. had to have the hub warrantyed in less that 5 days and bent the drive side dropout up on the 5th day and the brake side dropout ovaled out from the brake mount twisting it back and fourth even when it was tightened. haro failed to warranty the frame after 5 days of use that the bike is meant for.

    Similar Products Used: i normally ride bmx so i wanted a big bmx bike for riding around town.
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    1
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    2
    freeride1   Weekend Warrior [Dec 14, 2006]
    Strength:

    This Bike is an absolute beast. I have taken brutal hits and crashes on it and it has never failed me, The ultimate street/urban bike, even though I use mine for freeride.

    Weakness:

    Grips

    This bike is sick. i loaded a ton of upgrades on it to suit my needs. I turned it into a freeride Hardtail, but this bike is a beast on dirt jumps and street too. Anyone looking for a solid Street/urban Bike for cheap. This bike will not fail you. Super easy to upgrade too.

    Similar Products Used: 2005 Haro Zero
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    RATING
    5
    VALUE
    RATING
    5
    kygi bkbkjhkjhh   Weekend Warrior [Dec 01, 2006]
    Strength:

    its all good

    Weakness:

    no front brakes

    hay i ahvent got it yet but i carnt w8 to get it its going to be fuking arsome

    OVERALL
    RATING
    5
    VALUE
    RATING
    5
    Andy   Downhiller [Nov 28, 2007]
    Strength:

    Bomber burly frame, awesome geometry

    Weakness:

    Lack of gears!

    This thing rocks- Although Haro's site says the thing is only for dirtjump, I ride DH/FR with it, and I can keep up with full susp'n guys down nearly anything.
    http://youtube.com/watch?v=7A8ZrZs77RU That drop was with this bike on my first ride. No probs since! It's a fun, burly and bomb proof bike.

    Similar Products Used: n/a
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    RATING
    5
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    RATING
    5
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