Haro Master tribute bikes

Regarded by many as the ultimate BMX freestyle bike of the 1980s era, the Haro Master set the benchmark for technical innovation, quality and cutting edge design. Inspired by its predecessor; The Haro Freestyler, the Master represented Haro’s vision for the evolution of freestyle and the ambitions of a new generation of riders.

In 1986, Haro delivered its most ambitious version of the Master to date. The phenomenal success of the Neon Green ‘85 model became the creative platform for what would become the most popular freestyle bike of the mid 1980’s. Three stunning color options, with exposed chrome on the fork blades and rear triangles, pushed the Master into a quality league of its own, while progressive geometry, stylish graphics and a selection of market leading Haro "Group 1" components, combined to deliver a formidable freestyle weapon. In the spring of 1986, the Master touched down in the BMX Press alongside the ultimate statement from the first "rider owned" brand in Freestyle... Declaring... "No Competition".

Few riders can claim to have had such an influence on every discipline and aspect of the modern freestyle scene, as Dennis "DMC" McCoy. Having honed his skills riding with his BMX Brigade on the streets of Kansas City, Haro’s first non-Californian recruit arrived in Carlsbad in early ’85, competing in his only season as an amateur in the coveted AFA Masters series. And DMC wasted no time in demonstrating to the locals that there was a world outside of California, making an immediate impact in his debut season before stepping up to the pro ranks in early ’86. A series of AFA titles on ramps, in the fast evolving flatland class and in the "overall", capped an era of domination for the innovative all rounder. There is no question that his countless wins and top placings at the 2hip King of Vert, Meet The Street, Hoffman Bicycle Stunt Series, Vans Triple Crown and X Games, through the late 80’s and up to the present day, were born from a unique level of talent and true character. Dennis McCoy simply embodies everything positive about a sport that he has dedicated his life to.

In honor of Dennis' commitment and service to the Haro brand, we remind ourselves of that phenomenal first professional year in 1986, with the release of a Limited Edition, full chromoly tribute to his trusty Haro Master. In a blur of neon green and sparkling chrome, Dennis turned the freestyle world upside down with some of the most technically advanced ramp and flatland riding ever seen. And although we would never attempt to achieve his greatness on a bike, we can roll out on the 2016 DMC Master tribute bike and remind ourselves of how awesome those performances were.

How to buy

You can purchase a Haro Vintage Series Bike from the official Haro web store. We are currently only shipping within the United States.

Pricing

20" DMC Master $1,199.99 Sold out
24" Master $1,199.99 $1,199.99

Detail Photos

Specifications

20" DMC Master
  • 100% chromoly Master tribute frame with twin top tube, hour glass Mid BB shell, integrated head tube and Lineage cast dropouts with integrated chain tensioners - 20.5" top tube length
  • 100% heat treated chromoly Lineage fork with CNC 1 piece internal threaded steer tube, integrated bearing race, tapered legs, investment cast dropouts and 990 brake mounts with internal brake cable routing
  • 100% heat treated and butted chromoly Lineage Freestyler tribute bars 8.5" with Haro Lineage CNC alloy top load stem
  • Lineage Group 1 heat treated 3-piece chromoly 48-spline 175mm cranks with Haro Lineage 28T CNC alloy bolt drive sprocket and sealed Mid BB
  • 28/9 gearing
  • Fully sealed wheels with Haro Sata double-wall alloy rims and female front axle hub
  • Haro La Mesa tires 2.4" front and rear
  • Haro "DMC" tribute padded Tri-pod seat with alloy Lineage Tri-pod fluted post
  • Haro "1978" plastic pedals
  • Haro "Compound" pegs with plastic core and chromoly sleeve
  • CNC alloy gyro with Teflon bearing
  • Haro Team grips
  • KMC K710SL super light chain
  • Dia-Compe FS996 brakes with Tech 77 levers front and rear
  • Dia-Compe MX1500N alloy seat post clamp
24" Master
  • 100% chromoly Master 24 frame with twin top tube, Mid BB shell, integrated head tube and Master platform dropouts – 21.75" top tube length
  • 100% chromoly Freestyler 24 fork with internal threaded steer tube and tapered legs
  • 100% chromoly 7" Freestyler bars with Haro Lineage CNC alloy top load stem
  • Lineage Group 1 heat treated 3-piece chromoly 48-spline 175mm cranks with Haro CNC alloy Uni-directional sprocket/spider combo and sealed Mid BB
  • 41/17 gearing
  • Fully sealed 24" Skyway Tuff wheels with alloy flange hubs
  • Kenda Kranium tires 24x2.1" front and rear
  • Haro Lineage padded Tri-pod seat with alloy Lineage Tri-pod fluted post
  • Haro "1978" plastic pedals
  • Haro Team grips
  • Dia-Compe FS996 rear / 883 front brakes with Tech 77 levers
  • Dia-Compe MX1500N alloy seat post clamp

Geometry

20" DMC Master

Geometry Head Angle Seat Angle Top Tube BB Height Stand Over
Inches 75° 71° 20.5 11.5 9

24" Master

Geometry Head Angle Seat Angle Top Tube Seat Tube Chainstay BB Height Stand Over
Inches 73° 70° 21.65 12.6 16.45 12.4 25
MM 73° 70° 550 320 418 315 635

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