The Huffy Pro Comp is one of our biggest sellers aside from the Pro 2 Why you ask? Because it comes with a durable 1:1 pedal system and has ALL the upgrades available while being only $199.95 for a COMPLETE BUILD! You really cant beat this beast. The engineers at HUFFY knew exactly what they were doing when designing this genius/legendary frame design. If you're looking for simplicity, versatility, and pure epicness while being able to upgrade just about everything on it, you may have found the right fit for your style.
Frame: Huffy Slider™ frame; 2.0" durable steel with 3-piece welded rear, 540mm wide
Handle Bars: Durable steel oversize threadless handlebar and stem with alloy stem cap
Front Wheel: Aluminum 48-hole front wheel with sealed bearing and pegs resists high side-loading forces. Also comes with a 20” x 2.125” tire
Brake System: Alloy V-Brake provides reliable stopping power
Rear Wheels: Huffy 1000g slick rear wheels perfect for drifting and sliding.
Pro ride. Maximum attack.
We don't get tracking from huffy, takes about 7 to 10 days from the time it was shipped
Posted by Unknown on 29th Jul 2015
Good price and great choice for my kids. The size fits then nicely.
Posted by Jay on 24th Feb 2015
I'm happy with my choice. I got my eye on the Huffy Slider Pro for my next trike.
Posted by BB on 4th Feb 2015
Good price and easy to assemble.
Posted by stonecrest cruisers on 18th Jan 2015
Good front tire and pedals. Strong frame. I'm 6ft so I had to move seat back all the way over the rear axle to get comfy. Frame is bolted, not welded, to rear axle so you could unbolt and add extra frame in between if needed. Plan on Rear tires wearing out quickly. Bearings are plastic. Start saving right away for a rear tire upgrade. Overall it's a fun trike. Great price. Perfect for someone about 5 ft tall, 100-150 lbs. Anything over that, you may need to modify the frame length and get better rear tires.
Posted by Unknown on 12th Jan 2015
I bought two of these for my boys (6 & 8) and they seem to be well built after assembling them. The neck, handle bars, and front forks seem definitely strong enough for their use. I can see that if the boys really like using them that I will have to upgrade the rear end with bearings (great bearings in the front end). The rear is much like a big wheel with a shaft and plastic tires stuck on it. I got what I paid for and am pretty happy at this point.