|Haro to Introduce Six New Bikes for 2002 at InterbikeHaro Bikes has announced that it will introduce its new 2002 product line at the 2001 Interbike International Bicycle Expo, September 30-October 3, 2001 at the Sands Expo and Convention Center in Las Vegas in booth 637.|
"Haro remains focused on strengthening our position as a leader in the 20" and MTB markets," said Jim Ford, Haro's president. "Despite the continued uncertainty surrounding several major brands, we remain committed to serving our customers, improving our products, and helping to build a healthier, stronger industry. We believe the new 2002 line that now includes Del Sol cruisers and comfort bikes, as well as Masi road bikes will provide our dealers with the products they have been asking for without compromising the Haro brandšs focus on extreme cycling categories."
Haro will introduce six new models in the new Masi line at Interbike, along with the existing steel MM and 3V Volumetrica frames. Additional information on the Masi line is available at www.masibikes.com.
Also, Dave Mirra and Ryan Nyquist, Harošs gold medal winning freestyle and dirt jumping riders, will be appearing in Harošs redesigned and refurbished booth on Monday, October 1 from 11:15-12:00 and 2:15-3:00 to sign autographs and greet Interbike attendees.
Haro Bikes was founded in 1978 by Bob Haro, who is known in the BMX industry as the "Father of Freestyle". Haro is a recognized leader in providing innovative bikes, parts and accessories to the BMX, dirt, freestyle/street and all terrain bike (ATB) markets. The Company currently has over 1600 dealers throughout the United States and distributors in thirty-six countries worldwide.www.harobikes.com