While we wait for the digital camera to come back from Nikon’s repair center, we thought we show you some of the products that Haro is offering for 2001.

Haro’s new Small-Block stem and its existing Big Block Stem are CNC-machined from 6061 aluminum in the USA. The Small Block stem has a 47mm reach and the Big Block stem has a 55mm reach. The Small Block stem is 5mm narrower than the Big Block, and it has rounded edges unlike the Big Block. Both come with rotor tabs and are available in high-polish or black anodized. The bolts are extra long M8s for improved thread life on the stem body. The Small Block weighs 445 grams (0.98 lb.) and the Big Block weighs 560 grams (1.23 lb.). Suggested retail price is $60.

Haro OS (Oversize) Cranksets are a new Haro exclusive design that features increased strength over the Fusion three-piece cranks. The 22mm spindle is oversized and made from hollow heat-treated chromoly with 48 splines. This design allows increased contact between the crank arms and the spindle. The crank arms are vertically ovalized and oversized for increased stiffness, and they are made from 4130 Heat-Treated chromoly (1.6mm Thick). The 180mm crankset weighs 3 pounds, and they are left side drive compatible. Suggested retail for Haro’s new OS crankset is $215.

Haro is continuing to offer aftermarket forks for 2001. The Straight Shooter forks 1 feature a 1-1/8 inch chromoly steerer tube and 990 mounts. Straight Shooter forks come in black and chrome at a suggested retail of $60.
The Megafork 2 has a 1-1/8 inch CNC-machined chromoly steerer tube and 990 mounts. It is available in black and chrome for $80.
Haro’s BMX Racing forks 3 have the same features as the other forks without 990 mounts and retail for only $40.