HAKA | Hi-Ten Series

June 30, 2015 1 Comment

Haka Tribe Bicycle Co. Fixed Gear

The tribal Maori people of New Zealand created the dance known as the “Haka.” It is utterly ferocious and unnerving, leaving a permanent mark on those that cross its path to be forever remembered and respected. 

Our Haka fixed gear, single speed cruiser does the same, affecting all that come across its relentless matte black color scheme. All black everything is the way the Haka rolls, start to finish, and it’s always ready for more. The forged 6061 aluminum crankset has a 44/16 gear ratio, and will get you where you need to go, period. It also features a strong, tig welded hi-tensile steel frame that is sure to thrive in all seasons and conditions. The flip-flop rear hub is another asset of this bike, which allows riders to select a fixed gear, or freewheel ride.

Aesthetically wild and unfazed by fear, the Haka will always get you to the light at the end of the tunnel. 

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Nick Alexander
Nick Alexander

August 18, 2015

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