1988 Haro Master
SOLD- she deserved more love and attention
I let the grail go
i recently turned to the dark side of new school and simply wasn't riding this thing nearly enough to justify keeping it I put baby in a corner.... And baby was worth a pretty penny that would square away some of the new school bike bills on the way when the Haro flatland master ships
We had our fun together and it was time she felt that newlywed love of another man. Good luck with her Jeremy! Ride her hard and often my brother
Of the many bikes I went through in my younger days this always stood out as my favorite in terms of everything - handling, reliability, looks, color, etc. So happy to have it back. It was the bike I had when my parents were awesome enough to send me to Woodward in the 80s and was what I rode when I was at the top of my game for flatland competitions. Lots of memories with my old master and this helps preserve some.
It's Predominantly survivor and original. Frame, Fork, Bars, Stem, Post, Disc, Clamp, Gyro, Etc.
Switched out the Peregrine Cranks for some Redline Flights for practicality reasons. No Booing please! The Peregrines were simply not happily marrying the spindle. Since all my bikes are flatland riders I went with the flights for reliability and weight factors.
1988 Haro Master Frame, Fork, Forkstanders, Seatpost
1988 Haro Team Issue Stem, Kneesaver Bars, and Chainring
Gen 1 Odyssey Gyro
Peregrine Seat Clamp
Viscount Dominator Seat (86)
Peregrine 48 wheels (Looseball "Semi Pro" Hubs with Chrome "super pro" rims)
DC Nippon Front Brake
DC 990 Rear Brake
Panaracer HP406 Tires
Redline Flight Cranks with Sealed BB
Punk Pegs by EmberBMX
Submitted by JohnnyFNM