Today’s Bike Of The Day is a classic 1990 Haro Group 1b sent in by Steve B! I’ve always wanted a Group 1 and this was one of my favorite colors for this frame. Be sure to give this bike a rating for the January 2021 Bike Of The Month and the 2021 Bike Of The Year chart.
This was the first brand new bike I ever received from my parents on my birthday and the first bike that I raced at Shoreham BMX track for the first time and won second place on leukemia day. After that day I was hooked. I was always a dirt jumper and rode at tracks like the cornfields 7-Eleven trails Hooligan trails and Port Washington trails. But that was in the 80s and 90s and the bikes did not hold up for me . I had a Mongoose, Supergoose and a Mongoose California, which at the time always cracked at the seat post for some apparent reason. At the time this Haro I rode for years and without any issues with the frame then technology changed and I stepped up to a different bike . Let’s face it now they make Bikes that are super strong not like the 80s and 90s LOL! But I restored the Haro group 1b exactly as how I raced it back in the day including my original number plate that I purchased from a vendor, who we all know Tony at Shoreham.~Steve B
1990 Haro group 1B frame powder coated
Para fusion stem
Haro fusion seat clamp original
Haro fusion seat post and seat original
Original brake cable
10 inch rise V bars by Knight Bike king
Odyssey brake lever
Haro headset ball bearing
Cycle Craft Fred’Z legs forks powder coded
Original bulldog brakes
Redline flights cranks
redline flight sealed bottom bracket
Haro fusion spider original
Haro chain ring uni-Directional original
Redline sealed cassette hub’s
Rims sun envy light with 12 gauge spokes to carry my 225 pound weight around LOL
Tires are Kender K-rad 1.95
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