With a 19.5-inch top tube and a price tag that will get you hyped, the Wildman is the perfect choice for the new BMXer. It's small and light enough to throw around on the ramps and dirt jumps, and with wide 2.3-inch tires and 25-9 gearing, this bike is definitely ready to get wild.
Built with a lightweight 6061 aluminum frame and Landing Gear forks, the Ripper has always been the bike of choice for kids feeling the need for speed and style. Whether racing at the local BMX track or flying around the neighborhood, the Ripper is always the bike of choice.
The Hoodrich is built to thrash. The frame features an integrated head tube, mid-bottom bracket, and removable brake mounts. Add in the new Odyssey Springfield brake kit and extra-wide 2.4-inch tires and you’ll see that this bike is the king of the streets.
Featuring a double-butted main frame, female axle hubs, Alienation rims, extra-wide 2.4-inch Demolition tires, Odyssey Twisted PC pedals, and a padded Pivotal seat with nylon post, Kris Fox’s signature Gaudium — uniquely spec’d to his preferences — is the bike for you if you’re longing for some of that amazing Kris Fox style.
Mike Buff is a BMX pioneer who helped introduce freestyle BMX to the world. As one of the original godfathers of freestyle, Mike rode a PK Ripper in the early 1980s when he was a member of the legendary BMX Action Trick Team. The Mike Buff Big Ripper resonates with the same style of the PK Ripper that Mike made famous, but this year’s version is built with big ol’ 29-inch wheels. The bike comes equipped with a Mike Buff BMX Action padset, Rad Plate, Wheelie pegs and an authentic SE Racing/Mike Buff trading card personally signed by Buff. The Mike Buff Big Ripper is the definition of radness.
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