Mirraco and Haro bikes announced today the signing of a licensing agreement that will honor Dave Mirra’s long history with Haro bikes. The three-year agreement, with portions of the proceeds giving back to support and grow the sport, will provide Haro the opportunity to produce and sell modern-day interpretations of the signature models rode by Mirra during his ten-year run with Haro. “Together Dave and I enjoyed a long history with Haro, so I felt it was only fitting for Haro to be included in a broad-ranging initiative Mirraco has planned to preserve and honor Dave’s legacy,” said Jim Ford, Mirraco co-founder and president.
Haro Chief Operating Officer, Joe Hawk, said: “Dave Mirra was a integral part of Haro’s rapid growth in the nineties and beyond, and we welcome the opportunity to participate in the efforts Mirraco has initiated to preserve Dave’s legacy.”
Inspired by the bike featured on the Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX
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The Eurobike Show in Friedrichshafen, Germany has traditionally brought the bicycle industry together for 25 years. Clocking up 42,720 trade visitors from 106 nations and 1,736 media representatives the show is one of the biggest out there. But as in previous years, finding BMX was a task. HARO Bikes had the biggest BMX booth out there, Stereo Bikes was present in their own unique way also. GT had two race bikes and a freestyle bike up on the wall and SE showed 4 BMX bikes and a Big Ripper but TL was nowhere to be seen.