Part of our 2016 line! With a 19.5” top tube and a price tag that will get you hyped, the Todd Lyons inspired Wildman is the perfect choice for the new BMXer. It’s small and light enough to throw around on the BMX ramps, BMX street, or BMX dirt jumps. And with new 3-piece cranks and 25-9 gearing, this bike is definitely ready to get wild.
Part of our 2016 line! The 24″ Floval Flyer XL Frame is for the cruiser racer who wants a little extra room and stability. With a 3/4” longer top tube than the Floval Flyer, this frame will give you all you need to get out of the gate fast and feel comfortable through the rhythm section. MSRP $269
Part of our 2016 line! The So Cal Flyer has a cool new retro vibe this year, with a new graphics package, retro stem, Flyer seat, and SE Racing padset. Old school BMX flair meets new-school tech. MSRP $409
Check out this rad ride in our 2016 line! Never before has a BMX bike been produced with as many high-quality parts from such iconic brands. This year’s legendary “PK Ripper” Looptail proudly features a Kashimax seat, Oakley B-1B grips, Redline Flight cranks, Skyway Tuff wheels, and a Haro 1B number plate. The peak of radness! $779 MSRP.
Part of our 2016 line! The “24” Quadangle Freestyle” makes its return to our Retro BMX line this year. Built with 24” wheels, a raised bottom bracket, and a short rear end, this bike rides like a new-school cruiser. Add in the Kashimax seat, ODI Mushroomgrips, standing platforms on the rear of the frame, Standing Gear fork, 4pcbars, and a rotor, and you have the perfect mix of new-school ride with old school BMX freestyle flair.
Part of our 2016 line! The “Everyday” is the perfect bike to start shredding on. With 3-piece cranks, a mid-BB, and 1-pieceseat/post combo, it’s ready for the biggest stair gaps, the gnarliest trails, and the most radical ramps.
Part of our 2016 line! Ride large and in charge anywhere you want to go on the “F@R”. The alloy frame and fork are built around a tapered 1.5” headset in front and a beefy 197mm thru axle in the back – a brawny frame to go with 4.7” Vee Tire Co. Bulldozer tires. A Shimano 20-speed drivetrain powers you through snow, sand, or any other terrain previously deemed un-rideable; and Shimano hydraulic disc brakes provide reliable stopping power in all conditions.
Part of our 2016 line, The “”PK Ripper” Elite XXL Frame” is built for a taller rider, featuring a 3/4” longer top tube and 1/2” longer rear end than its little brother: the PK Ripper Elite XL. This frame’s waiting to be matched up with high-end race parts totake you to the top of the podium.
With our 2016 line of bikes becoming available, it’s time to enjoy the benefits. Peep Ross Lanier cranking a table on his brand new “2016 Kris Fox signature Gaudium”! This is now in stock along with other 2016 models, so be sure to check them out for yourself! BAM! Photo by Matt Cordova.
Part of our 2016 line! The “LiL’ Ripper” rips hard! With an alloy frame sporting a Looptail rear end, Landing Gear fork, 6061 alloy crank, recessed stem, lightning bolt seat, and a micro-adjust alloy seatpost, this year’s LiL’ Ripper is the raddest little bike on the block.