Built with a super-stiff 6066 aluminum frame featuring a bi-oval downtube and 6066 aluminum Landing Gear forks, this rad ride weighs in at a featherweight 16.5 lbs. Rounding out the package are Alienation Ankle Biter rims, a Promax Impact Mini stem and new Vee Tire Co Speed Booster tires. It’s no wonder that the Ripper X is one of the fastest rippers on the track.
The Fat Ripper continues to take the world by storm. Never before has a bike been able to literally monster truck over everything! With its legendary PK Ripper-styled 6066 aluminum frame design and Cr-Mo Landing Gear forks, mixed with fat 26 x 3.5” tires and new Avid BB5 disc brake, this bike simply can’t be stopped. The Fat Ripper is the definition of "BMX Innovations."
Year in and year out, the Floval Flyer is one of the fastest 24-inch cruisers on the track. This year’s bike is built with a lightweight 6066 aluminum frame featuring a super-stiff bi-oval downtube, internally-machined integrated head tube and 3D-forged dropouts. And the parts lineup is top-notch and full of name-brand parts: Alienation rims, Promax brakes and levers, Promax Impact stem, Vee Speed Booster tires and an ultra-lightweight Pivotal seat and seatpost. All of this at a featherweight 23.7 lbs!
The So Cal Flyer turns heads wherever it rolls. With its 6061 aluminum frame, 24-inch wheels, and retro vibe, it's easily mistaken for a super high-end ride from built from scratch. But with a wise choice of parts and impeccable style, the price of this bike remains within reach.
Get your head in the game and your mind on the track with the GT Speed Series Expert. The lightest aluminum race frame on the market features a race-ready geometry and quick-change dropouts so you are prepared for every condition the day throws your way. High-end components from BOX marks a serious race machine, and the drivetrain has been specifically spec'd for light weight, stiffness, and snappy power transfer. This bike flies over doubles like they're one big roller, and gets you in and out of a berm faster than you can think. When every pedal stroke counts, count on Speed Series.
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