What can you say about the 1994 Haro Sport that hasn't already been said? That it's the definitive ramp/vert bike since 1987? That it's inspired a million copies? That while other makers are producing overweight, overpriced heirs to the throne, the Sport just keeps getting better with age? No hype. No overkill. .065 wall thickness tubing throughout. No sketchy handling. Just solid refinements to a classic bike ridden by the best riders in the world. From the first "rider owned" freestyle bike company in the world. Haro.
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Made in Taiwan.
The first number in the serial indicates year of production (1993 or 1994). X in the serial indicates production Month (E to L - May to Dec). Y in the serial indicates production Month (A to D - Jan to April).
Bikes made in Taiwan usually had an 5-8 month production and shipping timeline before they were sold in bike shops around the world. Bikes welded in the later months of the year would normally be made for the following year.