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Haro Bikes Gets “Crossed-Up” with Skwad LT 20″ Cargo Bike

Haro Skwad LT blue side shot(Photo/Haro Bikes) Altlantic Blue
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Operating out of Vista, California, Haro Bikes released a new 20″ wheeled cargo eBike. The new Skwad LT sports a hub-driven, 250-watt motor, a low center of gravity, and is said to deliver a fast and balanced ride even when loaded.

Haro Skwad LT Gray side shot
(Photo/Haro Bikes) Matte Charcoal

The small wheels will make this bike easier to get around tight spaces and easily tuck away when not in use. The minimalist aluminum frame and fork are both attractive and strong. The Skwad uses a slim 36v, 300w “in-tube battery” for its power source and hydraulic brakes with a motor cut off.

Haro Skwad LT MX style bars and stem

Handling the gear management is the trusty Shimano Altus shifter and rear derailleur. Paired with the Altus shifty bits, is a Shimano 8-speed cassette (12-28t). Pulling from Haro’s rich history in BMX the Skwad has a BMX-inspired two-piece handlebar and Haro Base Line BMX-styled stem.

Haro Skwad LT built in rear rack

Skwad LT uses built-in, compatible AtranVelo System mounts to mount their available assortment of baskets, crates, and bags, allowing you to take full advantage of Skwad’s cargo-carrying abilities.

Skwad LT Rider’s App

The Rider’s App is used, like many others, to link the user to the Skwad LT via your phone. The app is said to offer the ability to give the user weather notifications, battery capacity updates, Bike status, diagnostics, navigation, assistance mode, home page, and your personal profile.

Haro Skwad LT on and off button

The app will collect info about your total mileage, average speed, and riding history record. The navigation feature includes a map function, route suggestion, estimated time of arrival (ETA), and even calculate for battery capacity in regard to the selected route. This feature will ensure you have enough battery capacity for the selected ride.

Skwad Geometry

Haro Skwad LT Geo-Chart
A. Seat Tube (C-T)360mm
B. Top Tube (Effective)618mm
C. Head Angle70°
D. Seat Angle72.3°
E. Chainstay400mm
F. Wheelbase1090mm
G. Head Tube Length250mm
H. Reach425mm
Fork Height (A-C)410mm
Fork Offset40mm

Skwad Features and Retail

Retail: $2399

Colors: Atlantic Blue and Matte Charcoal

  • 250 W Rear Hub Motor
  • 20MPH Top Assisted Speed
  • 28 Mile Range
  • Slim Intube Battery
  • Shimano Altus 8SPD
  • Sella Royal Essenza Saddle
  • Dual Piston Hydraulic Brakes With Motor Shut Off
  • Lezynne Front And rear lights
  • Atran Velo Front and Rear Racks
  • Haro Baseline Stem
  • Haro 2-PC 3″ MX Bar
  • Bluetooth App With Navigation
  • Weight: 50lbs

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Dann
Dann
7 months ago

Is 50lb weight with or without the battery? Also, does the bike have a throttle?

Workonsunday
Workonsunday
7 months ago

2400usd get you shimano 8spd, tektro 2-pot brakes and Kenda tyres….. consider most e-bike DIY kit is only 400-500usd…. How much of that 2.4k is profit? Or they go the r&d part wrong and tried to make a return over 10bikes?

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