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#1 2012-09-23 8:24am

From: Hayward, CA
Registered: 2012-08-28
Posts: 70
Bikes: 7

1985 Haro Master

1985 Haro Master

Restored to be a rider.

This is the "other" bike that I always liked as a kid, but of course I couldn't afford to have 2 freestyle bikes.  After a 25 year hiatus from BMX/freestyle, I recently decided that I wanted a bike to ride around w/ my kids.  Initially I was thinking of a single-speed, but then thought, hey, why don't I try to build up my old freestyle bike?  I never knew that there was such a following for our old bikes.  I was biten by the bug and just completed this bike.  The F/F was repowdered by C4 and everything but the handlebars are repop - it is built to ride.  I'll be swapping out the stem and chainring/spider shortly, but for now, I'm having fun riding this to elementary and preschool everyday.  :-)

Don't do tomorrow what you can do today.

84-87 Freestyler.  Building up my childhood bike ('85 Hutch Trickstar) and one I always wanted ('85 Haro Master).



#2 2012-09-23 5:21pm

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From: Saddle Brook, NJ
Registered: 2011-05-12
Posts: 270
Bikes: 21
For Sale: 1

Re: 1985 Haro Master

good for you..and welcome to the addiction..likin that trickstar in the background too



#3 2012-09-24 6:47pm

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Registered: 2008-12-07
Posts: 2186
Bikes: 1

Re: 1985 Haro Master

Nice ride!!   cool

Freestyle and Racing seem to share some sort of code, code 4130



#4 2012-09-27 10:42pm

Pro MemberRiding On My 20
From: NorCal to North Texas
Registered: 2010-04-06
Posts: 3039
Bikes: 26
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Re: 1985 Haro Master

looks great! cant wait to see the trick star done. wink




#5 2012-09-28 11:31pm

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Registered: 2012-08-31
Posts: 23

Re: 1985 Haro Master

Thats super coo... ridin wit the kids to scool... I just did the same re-building my master chrome and red with blk peregrines. i found some of my old bike put away years and years ago... man do I got it bad on this everyday after work!
Lovin that color you going to do the bars and seat post?

Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate, our deepest fear is that we are more powerful beyond any measure. This is for our success, not our downfall! This frightens us most. We ask ourselves, who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, and famous? Actually, who are we not to be?
Nelson Mandela-



#6 2013-02-03 9:12pm

Flat Tire
From: The 50th State
Registered: 2010-05-03
Posts: 272
Bikes: 21

Re: 1985 Haro Master

Very nice. cool

"Whatever you are, be a good one..."



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