Haro produce complete BMX bikes. In the summer of 1981, Bob Haro and fellow Haro Trick team member Bob Morales set out on a three month tour of the United States to promote BMX Freestyle to the youth of America. The two Bobs travelled in a new Dodge truck, decorated in the Haro team colours and covered almost 18,000 miles over the period. During the long days and nights on the road, Haro shared with Morales his vision and desire to create a dedicated frame and fork combination specifically for the future development of Freestyle riding. This design quickly went to full production at the Torker facility in Fullerton, California in the summer of 1982, and would mark one of the most important moments in the history of Freestyle BMX. 30 Years on Haro is still at the forefront of BMX design and product evolution.