In 1984, the company added the FST to its product line-up for consumers with lower budgets.
As a result of Haro's huge success, companies like Hutch, Diamond Back, GT, Schwinn, Redline, Dyno, CW and Skyway modeled their own frame versions after Haro's designs.
Within one year, key management positions were filled and a new dealer base was established.
During the 80s, GT became Haro's strongest competitor.
However, because of Haro's huge profits from the Sport, GT's sales dwindled in comparison.
Haro Bikes' most popular BMX/Freestyle models were the Master and the Sport.
Haro introduced its first successful line of Freestyle BMX bikes in 1983.
Haro possessed the best Freestyle team, dominating the 80s, 90s and 2000s.