Whether you're doing barspin manuals, cruising downtown, or having skid competitions, Haro's Objekt is built to take on practically whatever you can throw at it. This rad fixie boasts a tough steel frame and a chromoly fork to handle the unique rigors of urban riding. For more pavement-pounding prowess, the Objekt comes with reliable Weinmann rims and a sure-stopping Tektro dual-pivot brake. And when it's time to show who's the king of the streets, you've got freestyle-friendly riser bars and Haro platform pedals to help you pop your steed off the ground. Other worthy components include tubular-chromoly cranks, a Haro saddle and BMX-style grips.
|Frame||Haro hi-ten steel|
|Rims/Wheels||Weinmann XP27, double-wall|
|Tires||Kenda Kourier, 700 x 38c|
|Rear Cogs||16T, fixed|
|Stem||Haro BMX aluminum, front-load|
|Brakes||Tektro, dual-pivot, rear only|
|Saddle||Haro Slim Padded|
* Subject to change without notice.
|Option||Barcode||Manufacturer's Part Number||Store SKU|
|Acid Bath / 49cm||691840157315||15731|
|Acid Bath / 53cm||691840157322||15732||17297|
|Acid Bath / 57cm||691840157339||15733|
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I bought this bike to get into the fixie bikes i loved it at first it was an incredible bike after about two months though i had to take it back to the bike shop because the from forks were bending out of proportion and need to be replaced i wouldn't recommend this bike if you're getting a fixie spend the extra and get a volume or something comparable don't buy a haro/masi product
This bike is freaking great and i would highly reccomend it it feels great and is super sturdy. a bit expensive but very worth it