16-Inch (3-6 yr. old)
BMX/Freestyle is deeply rooted in the DNA of our brand and that will never change. Introducing the worlds very first freestyle specific frame and fork to an emerging sport is something that we are very proud of, nearly as much as being the leading brand in freestyle 35 years later. Today BMX is not only a sport, it’s a lifestyle. It’s a choice you make to be a part of, a way you choose to express yourself, and it’s the way you find your freedom. Haro builds a broad range of BMX freestyle bikes that help you do just that, from Pro builds all the way down to slightly more affordable yet fully capable machines. We have always had the best professional riders on our bikes which makes for a great research and development team (minus the white lab coats-see Team). The result? See for yourself!
With looks borrowed straight from CUBE's mountain bike range and a design tailored specially for young riders, the Cubie 160 is the ideal introduction to the joys of pedal power. Our engineers started with a geometry designed specifically around a child's needs, blending the fun of responsive handling with the safety of stable, predictable steering. Sturdy and lightweight 6061 aluminum tubes build into a structure that's tough enough to stand up to enthusiastic use, but light enough to inspire. And, of course, the Cubie has smooth edges and corners wherever possible help minimize the risk of injury. Sensibly proportioned, child-friendly components are designed to last the course, so the rough and tumble of learning to ride won't result in broken dreams. The simplicity of a rear coaster rear brake and front rim brake controlled by a lever tailored for small hands means your child can learn how to control their speed as their confidence grows. We've also fitted a new alloy crank and a Hebie Chainlooper to keep the transmission safely enclosed. CUBE tires provide lots of grip, a comfortable ride, and the rugged looks of a full-size mountain bike along with a motocross-inspired rear fender. It's everything a future mountain bike rider could want.
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