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Old 05-01-15, 10:53 AM
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Haro Si Mini

Found one with a chrome frame and wondering a guess on the value and if it's a decent BMX for my grandson.

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Originally Posted by OldsCOOL
Found one with a chrome frame and wondering a guess on the value and if it's a decent BMX for my grandson.

Thanx!
Some one at our local track was selling a pair of Haro mini's for 75 bucks each, that is probably the low end. It seems like kids out grow them so fast, they are always coming back on the market cheaper then what they where orginally purchased for.

As for fit, it would depend on the size of your grandson. The internet has some great references, but he should still get on the bike for a test ride. Secondly, these bike are not good as neighborhood beaters or a park bikes, they are made to be fast and ridden on a race track. Is your grandson going to race it?
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Originally Posted by hos13
Some one at our local track was selling a pair of Haro mini's for 75 bucks each, that is probably the low end. It seems like kids out grow them so fast, they are always coming back on the market cheaper then what they where orginally purchased for.

As for fit, it would depend on the size of your grandson. The internet has some great references, but he should still get on the bike for a test ride. Secondly, these bike are not good as neighborhood beaters or a park bikes, they are made to be fast and ridden on a race track. Is your grandson going to race it?
Probably not going to race it since we dont have a track nearby. I'm just looking for a good deal for him. I was his daddy's pitman at Waterford Oaks track back in the day.
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