• 10-24-2013
    AM-FRED
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by Aba Grizzly View Post
    I'm not a big Haro expert, but from the Haros I owned the difference is in the composition. The higher the model - the better the components it uses. Other then that it's similar in its frame and geometry.


    ok now..meaning if an X1 has upgraded parts as the X7..technically its already an X7?..haha
  • 10-30-2013
    karyg
    1 Attachment(s)
    Mary SS
    Got a warranty replacement frame last week. Mary SS.
  • 02-23-2014
    kennyy
    Still riding my Haro Shift R1 ;)

  • 02-23-2014
    protsi
    Roll Call! Show us your Haro please.
    We is that?
  • 02-24-2014
    protsi
    Roll Call! Show us your Haro please.
    We're is that? Look like the tropic
  • 02-26-2014
    kennyy
    Tropics? LOL..

    I'm in Los Angeles, CA.

    My neighbor's plantain tree does give off a tropics feel. HA.
  • 02-27-2014
    protsi
    Roll Call! Show us your Haro please.
    That's true.
  • 03-09-2014
    Rocket88R
    4 Attachment(s)
    X1 Extreme 27.5 Conversion (Frankenbike)
    Here is a project I have been working on just because.....well I had the time and I could. Enjoy;)

    Attachment 875761

    Attachment 875762
    Clearance for the rear wheel is no problem.

    Attachment 875763

    I used a 26" Fox 125R Fork because I already had it and I didn't want to buy a 27.5 fork yet. It has about 3/8" clearance to the tire. It is not recommended as it will pack up with mud and other stuff. It will serve my experimental purposes.

    Attachment 875764

    If there is interest, I can post more data.
  • 03-26-2014
    kennyy
    ^niiice!

    My next bike will be a 27.5.


    Here's my Shift R1 after another round of upgrades. I installed a new Raidon fork and a pair of Brakeco 203 mm rotors for my Hayes Trail Stroker hydraulic brakes. After I pick up some new tires, I'm going to stop upgrading and just focus on riding and developing better technique. It's as good as it's going to be.


  • 03-27-2014
    Danlp002
    My latest updates: single speed up front. 34tooth

  • 09-04-2014
    IdentitCrisis
    1 Attachment(s)
    My 06 Sonix
    Attachment 921092


    I think I might like this better than my 07 Anthem 0. Its heavily upgraded, and it is so efficient. I a very impressed. I guess my days of riding The Haro Master, and Mirra Flair were a little foresight of the future of Haro.
  • 10-07-2014
    rynoman03
    Re: Roll Call! Show us your Haro please.
    Updated my Mary SS a little bit. Specialized bars off a 2014 stumpy comp. Crank Bros Cobalt 11 seatpost. Bontrager evoke saddle. Niner fork.

    Cranks and brakes are next. 23.85# right now.

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  • 12-12-2014
    80Pro-Line
    My new FLC Comp 29.



    Rode it for the first time this morning to 'break it in' before hitting trails Saturday with friends. Instead I just managed to 'break it'. :p



    Just a flesh wound though. Luckily this happened a half mile from the house after being quite a few miles out on wooded trails. Snapped just crossing the street. :skep:

    I used to break everything in my BMX days and thought I may have mellowed out some...
  • 12-13-2014
    Justin Gillean
    1 Attachment(s)
    project should be done soon, waiting on chris king headset, new handle bars, pedals...

    Attachment 946489
  • 12-16-2014
    Ray M
    1 Attachment(s)
    First Ride with new bike
    Attachment 947218

    2014 Haro Flightline One
  • 02-21-2015
    Sactoapr
    3 Attachment(s)
    Just picked this up from my local shop. Spent the last month and a half putting in together. :D
    Attachment 966473
    Attachment 966474
    Attachment 966480
    I could not be happier.
  • 05-07-2015
    protsi
    Look nice. Sactoapr


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  • 05-07-2015
    protsi
    Just to update. My ryg still strong. Just enjoying . Salsa wheels with xtr hubs and raceface atlas handelbar with gravity stem and sram cassette 11-36. Etc


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  • 05-07-2015
    protsi
    Just to update. My ryg still strong. Just enjoying . Salsa wheels with xtr hubs and race-face atlas handlebar with gravity stem and sram cassette 11-36. Etc


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  • 06-21-2015
    rockhopperstopper
    1 Attachment(s)
    My Haro
    Attachment 997264
    this is my haro shift r3 26er full suspension with rockshox rear and suntour axon forks it rides pretty well for my first mtb!
  • 09-03-2015
    IstongKowldPaRin


    quite sad that fewer people are using haros now
    anyways thats my ally SS
    i'll be putting in some mud tomorrow
  • 09-12-2015
    hotrodlarry
    first mtb I've owned in about 20 years. Haro Escape 19.5" aluminum frame,shimano hubs, specialized rockhopper tires.I've put about 75 miles on it since buying it from the local used bike guy on CL about 2 months ago.

  • 10-03-2015
    baraccuda
    7 Attachment(s)
    Haro Extreme X1 over the years
    2005,closest to the original specification,but things already changed
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    2005,few months later
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    2006
    Attachment 1019918
    2008,spring
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    2008,autumn
    Attachment 1019920
    2011
    Attachment 1019921
    2015
    Attachment 1019922

    Funduro since 2005 :cool:
  • 04-28-2016
    Markusduro
    Just picked this up today
  • 04-28-2016
    Markusduro
  • 04-28-2016
    Markusduro
  • 04-29-2016
    rynoman03
    1 Attachment(s)
    Updated my ride a bit more. Went 10 speed XT Rear Der, SLX Shifter, SLX brakes, Truvativ Noir Carbon Cranks, Bontrager RXL Carbon Bars.Attachment 1067055
  • 09-01-2016
    JCLEMMONS29
    1 Attachment(s)
    Here's my Haro Flightline 29 Trail. Pretty much all stock but the Redline Monster Alloy Pedals and not pictured are Ergon GS1 Grips and a 180mm Front Rotor Upgrade.
  • 02-28-2017
    Ltdan12a
    1 Attachment(s)
    Attachment 1123966

    Here's my Haro!!

    It's a Subvert HT5 27.5+ bike! So far, It's been a fun ride. Much more nimble than a traditional fat bike, I love how much cushion the "plus" ride gives it- almost like full suspension!!

    Things I've done so far:
    1: Tubeless conversion!! The bike comes with pretty cheap tubes that were HEAVY!!! Throwing in some stems and sealant saved me over a POUND PER WHEEL!!! And of course, I don't have to worry about pinch flats anymore :)

    2: Saddle- I was definitely not a fan of the stock saddle. Luckily, I kept the Specialized Toupe from my old bike. Much more comfortable, and saved more weight.. hahaha!!!

    3: Dropper post- It's has internally routed cables, so I installed a KS-Lev dropper. The bike has a TON of room in the cockpit, so it's nice being able to really use that real-estate with the seat down!

    4: Handlebars- It comes with a fairly heavy Ritchey bar. I installed a Raceface SixC carbon bar. I originally did this for weight and a little more width, but have also noticed that I can feel more feedback from the front end, which was desperately needed with the big tires.

    Issues so far-

    1: The HT5 is the mid-level Subvert. While it doesn't have entry level stuff like the HT3, it still used lots of in-house branded stuff. One item was the Pivit rear hub laced up with the WTB rims. On my very first ride, I was doing some park bench hop-ups, and had to put some pressure through the cranks on some agressive climb-up. There was a sudden "BANG", and then I couldn't freewheel any longer. Disassembly revealed that I broke two out of three Pawls, and cracked the freehub body!!! Haro warrantied the hub, and let me pay a small charge to upgrade to a Shimano XT Hub.

    2: The HT5 comes with an FSA Comet crankset. This was an item I was already looking to upgrade because of chainring compatibility. On my old bike, I had started running an Absolute Black ring, and think a plus bike could really benefit from that technology. NOBODY makes a replacement chainring for the FSA cranks. On my third long distance ride, I ran into an issue 10 miles from the car. The Crank bolt on the non-drive side started working loose. Normally not a problem, but it takes a 10mm hex wrench to tighten it up!! I was able to limp it about halfway back before it fell off completely, then I did some "scooting" and one footed pedaling to go the rest of the way. Reading online, this is a common problem, and one that FSA has addressed by including thread-locker with their new cranksets!! This is the first time I've felt the need to put lock-tite on a crankbolt, but I assure you that's going to happen when the new bolt shows up.

    Other than those two issues, the bike so far has been a terrific ride, and I plan on building a set of 29" wheels to swap out for long distance stuff!!!!