Now at better pricing and new graphics, Haro reinvents its line up for 2011 with the Shift R5, Mary 29er, Flightline 29er, Steel Reserve, Thread and Porter bikes.
Under the 26 inch freestyle line, the 2011 Porter was designed by Team Haro’s own Eric Porter. It features an aluminum frame and dual-suspension with RockShox Argyle fork and Fox Van R coil/over for rear suspension. The Thread also has an aluminum frame and Marzocchi suspension with e-thirteen chain guides. On the other hand, the Steel Reserve uses a double-butted chromoly frame, Marzocchi suspension and Avid BBDB5 disc brakes.
The Haro 2011 Shift R5 is a dual-suspension trailbike which features 4.5 inches of travel, Rockshox suspension and forged aluminum frame junctions. It has Shimano M486 hydraulic disc brakes and MSRP of $1,450.
The Flightline 29er features a 6000 series butted aluminum frame. The Expert model is outfitted with SRAM X.9 shifters. The Mary 29er gets updated and comes in two models. Cromoly steel frames for the Expert and Comp. The Mary Expert has Shimano 10-speed 11/36 cassette and MSRP of $1,400 while the Mary Comp has MSRP of $900.