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1987 Haro Group 1 RS1
 

1987 Haro Group 1 RS1

Haro and Pete join forces for all three National #1 Pro Plates in one year

Some artistic license to present my modern day interpretation of an RS1 if Haro would have allowed me to build them a bike that Pistol Pete Loncarevich would have rode into BMX history's only #1's in ABA-NBL-USBA  for 1987-88 race campaigns.  The serial # points to a Fall of '87 manufacture date. My media research of an Official BMX Action  Test in the 06.1987 issue confirms 1987 model - frame has a black painted front: head tube & fork .  ('86's had black mid section and '88's had gray front ends.)  This fine frame,fork and bars came from an outstanding BMX Museum member. Judging from his stable of goods she's OG paint & decals -if she's not OG then somebody before me did a really nice job on the paint and applying the decals. I polished the tiny rust spots on the weep holes along with the very light peppering on the chrome so I am going to stick to my story: OG... and let the debate begin.  :)



 Haro Group 1 RS1 frame-fork-bars
 Fusion Seat Post Clamp
 Fusion Alloy DX style pedals
 Tioga Bear Trap headset
 Redline Flights-180 mm half pinch & polished 44T Flight Gear
 Tioga loose ball BB
 Cinelli saddle
 Izumi 3/32 chain
 DK stem
 Dia Compe 990's & MTB lever bent out
 AME rounds
 Shimano DX freewheel
 Pro Class hoops, chrome spokes,  alloy nipples laced to DK sealed hubs
 Comp III re issue rubber
 RePop Haro 1B plate with a pair of NOS # 4's in honor of all my Chicago 44T Homies  
 
       
Thanks to all of the BMXM Bro's for helping me source all the OG goods and Planet BMX, Pork Chop BMX and Edgebrook Cycle for supplying the new hardware. 

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Submitted by getwheels

  • Race
  • Company: Haro
  • Model: Group 1 RS1
  • Wheel Size: 20"
  • Headtube angle: 72
  • Seattube angle: 63
  • Toptube length: 20.5
  • Headtube size: 1"
  • Details Interesting things of note on the 1987 RS1's: DC 990 Brakes one of the 1st race bikes to have them. Lots of leg room with a 20" plus top tube. No need for a layback and a very light front end. Also interesting tid-bit: the Factory Haro boys and their personal race bikes/forks for in 1987: Pete ran a CW fork, Mikey King ran Hutch forks and Danny Millwee ran GT forks.-see BMXA 06.1989

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