Haro Master M6 2003 Freestyle Dirt Jumper

User Reviews (4)

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nico duran   Cross Country Rider [Jul 27, 2008]
Strength:

lightweight frame, pedels, and forks. heavy duty double alex wall rims

Weakness:

flatland pegs, haro seat

its a great all around bike with so many features
u will enjoy the bike so much

Similar Products Used: haro mirra 360, specialized vegas
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
B Riddger S.   Weekend Warrior [Aug 16, 2006]
Strength:

Alex Supra Rims, Free Coaster, Light Frame, Knee Saver 2K Handle Bars, Multisurface Rap Tires, Great Colors, Small and Manuverable

Weakness:

Pedals Wear, Brakes Wear Over Time

Amazing Entry Level Flatland Bike For Novice To Itermediate Riders

Similar Products Used: M5,M7,Revo
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
4
Elby   [Jan 10, 2003]
Strength:

Full Chromoly Frame and Fork. Shortened fram for the smaller riders. Excellent price point for this quality of bike, best entry level FLATLAND bike available. Haro Turbine Freecoaster (allows you to roll backwards without engaging the pedals and "back pedaling" - MUST HAVE) works really well, is 14MM & Sealed!! Traditional geometry refined by Chad Degroot, 75 Head tube angle, 69 Seat tube angle with an 18.8" Top Tube makes this a truly classic bike. Really liked the 28t sprocket small and out of the way, overall gearing is perfect for a true flatland bike.

Weakness:

Tektro Brakes are not as precision as i would like, but should be adequate for a younger rider. Bars felt uncomfortable, would prefer a lower crossbar. Haro needs to bring back the ZERO OFFSET fork, especially for beginning riders.

If you want to get into FLATLAND and your a smaller rider then there really is no other choice then the M6. I am a taller rider (6') so my frame of choice is the M7 (its slightly bigger brother). The M6 mixes a PROVEN frame geometry with a great component setup to create one of the best bikes in its price range, sure you could spend less, but you would sacrifice something, either the FULL CHROMOLY frame or the FREECOASTER - neither is a worthwhile sacrifice just to save a few bucks. HARO has it finally figured out.

If you cant tell already, i love the new design and performance at a great price point!

Similar Products Used: Haro M7, Quamen Clad, Standard Tao, Hoffman EP
OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
?,/ 444   Weekend Warrior [Dec 11, 2005]
Strength:

frame,Turbine Freecoaster,Haro Rap Tires

Weakness:

the handle bars and pegs feel like street bars and the Freecoaster has TOO mutch slack

The Haro M6 is good bike for both flatland and street

Similar Products Used: M5
OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
3
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