Haro is back with an interesting new bike! The new trail-oriented Hara Saguaro range has three models with the entry level Saguaro 3 priced under $1,900. Find the geometry, details, and specs here…

We’ve been testing a lot of bikes that fall into the relatively progressive trail mountain bike category lately, including the Transition TransAM we reviewed earlier this week. There’s a lot to love about this geometry; the steep seat tube, long reach, and slack head tube angle formula balances climbing and extremely confident descending, and it’s nice to see more and more value-priced options hit the market. The new Haro Saguaro is just that. Best known for their BMX and freestyle bikes a few decades ago, Haro has been dormant for a minute, it seems—we haven’t heard much from them since they were promoting the Massi Giramondo at Interbike back in 2016. The new Saguaro lineup looks to change that with three models ranging from $1,899-3,999. All three feature a 140mm travel fork and the same heat-treated 6061 aluminum frame with different component specs.

Hara Saguaro
  • Hara Saguaro
  • Hara Saguaro

Haro Saguaro 3

The most affordable of the Saguaro family. The Saguaro 3 is dialed back a little to bring the cost down. It features a RockShox TK35 140mm travel fork, Shimano Cues 11-speed drivetrain, WTB rims, sealed hubs, tubeless tires, and a TranzX dropper post. Find the full spec list and geometry below.

  • Hydroformed, heat-treated 6061-T6 aluminum hardtail frame: Double-butted top and down tubes. Internal cable routing. Tapered head tube.
  • Modern geometry: 64.5 degree head tube angle with a longer front triangle and shorter rear end.
  • 140mm travel fork: RockShox TK35 Silver.
  • WTB KOM Team 32 hole rims, with CNC-ed, sealed 15mm thru-axle front and six-sealed bearing, 12mm thru-axle (rear) hubs.
  • Shimano Cues 11-speed Shadow Plus drivetrain
  • Tires: Tubeless Kenda Pinner 29 X 2.4″ ATC (front)/Kenda Nevegal 2, 29 X 2.4″ATC (rear). Sealant included. Small size features 27 X 2.5″ rear “mullet” configuration.
  • TranzX dropper post. Size-specific per frame size.
  • Tektro Gemini HD-M530 hydraulic brakes. 4-piston front, 2-piston rear. 180mm rotors.
  • Full 29er. Small size features “mullet” wheel configuration with 29″ front, 27.5″ rear
  • Hara Saguaro
  • Hara Saguaro
Hara Saguaro

Haro Saguaro Geometry

The Saguaro geo looks similar to a few other bikes we’ve tested recently. Here are the details…

A. Seat Tube (C-T) 350mm 405mm 430mm 480mm
B. Top Tube (Effective) 574.2mm 601.2mm 633.4mm 650.7mm
C. Head Tube Angle 64.5° 64.5° 64.5° 64.5°
D. Seat Tube Angle 76° 76.5° 76.5° 76.5°
E. Chainstay Length 418mm 430mm 435mm 435mm
F. BB Drop 50mm 70mm 70mm 70mm
G. Wheelbase 1156.6mm 1195.1mm 1234.4mm 1253.7mm
H. Head Tube Length 100mm 110mm 120mm 130mm
J. Stack Height 642.3mm 650.8mm 659.9mm 668.9mm
K. Reach 420mm 445mm 475mm 490mm
M. Fork Offset 44mm 44mm 44mm 44mm

The new Haro Saguaro comes in Mauve or Green in four sizes. Find details over at Harobikes.com

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