The competition is green with envy. Even those who claim to have Freestylers are in a class by themselves. The 1985 Haro Master and Sport frame sets feature integrated rear platforms formed by bending the rear dropouts and widening the chain stays. The stays are knurled for extra traction. The coaster brake bracket has been strengthened and relocated under the seat stay and the seat stays extend one inch further behind the seat tube for additional standingroom. The 1985 Haro Master and Sport forks utilize tapered tubing for increased strength and include chrome plated platforms that can be attached or removed simply. Braised on cable guides are standard equipment. Both 4130 chromoly framesets feature geometry proven in over five years of freestyle experience. The Master is available in neon green, white or chrome. The Sport, in neon blue, while or chrome. The complete Master's componentry is the best money can buy. Sugino 3- piece tubular chromoly cranks. Genuine Oakley B2 crips. Redline Forklifter stem. MKS graphite pedals. Skyway wheels. Dia-Compe FS 880 brakes. The 1985 Haro Master sets a new standard in freestyle bikes, for only $459.00. Priced at only $399.00, the 1985 Haro Sport features many of the same components used on the Master. Panaracer Freestyle tires. New Haro handlebars and Dia-Compe FS 880’s with Tech 4 levers. There's a new hollow bolt stem, better grips and OGK Peregrine Master wheels. Compare it to any top of the line freestyler.