Build a bike to dominate the cruiser class with SE's Floval Flyer XL Frame. The Floval has been in SE's lineup for decades, and it's no secret why. This well-balanced frame has the strength and length for bigger riders. It combines the agility of a 20-inch BMX racer with the stability of 24-inch wheels and it boasts SE's famous Floval aluminum tubing for low weight and top-notch efficiency.
Haro's Downtown is the perfect entry into the BMX world. It features a tough high-tensile steel frame with internal head tube, Mid BB shell, and welded seat clamp. Its steel fork and rise handlebar are equally rugged, and get you poised for your next run-up with confidence. The stout, chromoly 3-piece crank comes with 25/9 gearing for plenty of speed going into the set and plenty of clearance under the sprocket. All that speed is transferred through smooth-rolling and durable wheels that are wrapped with Kenda Kontacts that stick the landing every time. The lightweight Downtown platform is built for flow and style with a straight cable rear brake, so you can focus on learning the next trick.
Good things don't have to come in small packages, and Haro's Downtown 24 is proof. Its cruiser geometry and tough steel frame help you rail the berms and the 24-inch wheels are an easy reminder of your BMX roots. You'll appreciate the aerial extras, such as the stout, 3-piece chromoly cranks and fat Kenda Kranium rubber. At the track or the park, the 36-spoke aluminum wheels and loose ball hubs roll strong, while a pair of plastic pedals keep the weight down and your shins intact.
Haro's Interstate will feel less like a machine and more like an extension of your own body. It’s built on a lightweight and tough-as-nails full chromoly frame and fork to shrug off the punishment you’ll inflict upon it, and the frame comes in two sizes, each with its own handlebar. The 20.5-inch top tube gets an 8.5-inch bar and the 21-incher gets an 8.75-inch bar. A mid bottom-bracket and internal headtube clean up the build and better protect bearings for less maintenance. The 3-piece chromoly cranks drive 28/9 gearing to get you up to speed in a hurry, while Haro Sata double-wall aluminum rims wrapped in 2.4-inch Haro La Mesa tires deliver burly strength and cushioned grip. Haro’s 1978 plastic pedals save weight and shins and the tripod seat and alloy seatpost give you the control you need with a little padding to take the edge off.
The Performer has been a staple in freestyle for numerous years and it is just as equipped for early starters. With a high-tensile steel frame with gusseted reinforcements, integrated saddle and seatpost, plus a 3-piece crankset, it's the perfect long-lasting bike kids need to learn all the tricks in the book and then some.
GT helped define BMX from the beginning, so you know their Mach One Expert is the perfect tool for racing. The rugged aluminum frame is light and tough, and the fork is ready to rail berms and clean doubles. This sweet rig also features a powerful linear-pull brake, quick-rolling 20-inch wheels and dirt-ready Kenda Race tires.
Breaking the barrier to racing BMX shouldn’t cost an arm and a leg. GT's Mach One Pro delivers race-ready specs at a wallet-friendly price to make sure anyone who wants to get into BMX can get on the track. The stiff and lightweight aluminum frame gets all the power from the pedals to the track with a euro bottom bracket for easy bearing changes and sealed reliability. Tubular chromoly cranks spin up lightweight alloy wheels with GT Wing tires delivering solid traction with low rolling resistance. A linear pull brake delivers all the stopping power you need, while GT Uni Pro saddle and GT Race bars keep you piloting with precision.
A low-maintenance, technique-driven bike for riders looking to improve their freestyle skills, the GT Slammer gets you out sessioning the streets without emptying your wallet. Work on your style, work on your technique, dial-in your transitions. The Slammer's got your back with durable parts and a detangler so you can gain that extra margin of safety with brakes but without them getting in your way.
Progress is forward movement, no matter where you start. The Slammer is a low-maintenance, technique-driven bike for riders looking to improve their freestyle skills. It's durable enough to take the abuse that's common while you dial in your moves. With a lightweight, sturdy frame, a 3-piece crankset, and a gyro rear brake for handlebar spins, the Slammer is perfect for helping you with forward progress.
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