2019 marks the return of the Haro Team Master Bashguard edition! That’s right ya’ll, the super unique, classic frame ridden by BMX legends like Dennis McCoy is back and better than ever. Keeping with the trend of the linage line, the folks at Haro made the Master Bashguard look identical to the original but with all the modern day technological upgrades. Features like a mid bottom braket shell, integrated head tube, Lineage cast dropouts, integrated chain tensioners and longer top tube length brings this frame up to today’s standards. To top it all off, they even made a 26″ version of the classic bike!
Other Features of the Master Bashguard include:
- 100% chromoly Lineage Team Bashguard Master frame with twin top tube, removable brake hardware, Mid BB shell, integrated head tube and Lineage cast dropouts with integrated chain tensioners 22.5″ top tube length
- 100% heat treated chromoly Lineage fork, integrated bearing race, tapered legs and 990 brake mounts with internal brake cable routing
- 100% heat treated and butted chromoly Lineage Kneesaver bars 8.5″ with Haro Lineage CNC alloy top load stem
- Fusion 7075 alloy heat treated 3-piece crank with chromoly spindle 175mm with Haro Lineage Compact Disc, CNC alloy bolt drive sprocket and sealed Mid BB
- Fully sealed wheels with Lineage high flange hubs and double-wall alloy rims, Kenda tires front and rear
- Haro Lineage padded Pivotal seat with alloy Lineage Pivotal fluted post
- Fusion alloy pedals
- CNC alloy pegs
- CNC alloy gyro with Teflon bearing
- Haro Team grips
- KMC K710SL super light chain
- Dia-Compe “Hombre” FS996 brakes with Tech 77 levers front and rear
- Fusion alloy twin torque seat post clamp
So the 20″ models come in 3 different classic colors. Each bike color comes in a different top tube size.
Man Haro has us so hyped about BMX right now with their Liniage line. These are some of the most iconic BMX bikes ever and it’s awesome that they brought them back out. These bikes are not just for show or cruising around, they’re made to handle all the modern day BMX abuse they can take!
For more info visit Harobikes.com