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$399.99 - $449.99
With a 19.5" top tube, the Wildman might be small, but it packs a mean punch. It's the perfect bike for a new BMXer looking to hit the trails, street, or skatepark. Built with 25-9 gearing, tapered fork legs, and extra-wide 2.3" tires, it's ready to be put to the test - Wildman frame design with integrated seat clamp and micro dropouts - SE tapered-leg forks with cut-out clearance for pegs - 25-9 micro gearing with SE sprocket - Alloy hubs - Lightweight seat/post combo - Top-load stem with hidden top cap for clean look - Extra-wide 2.3" tires provide more traction and forgiveness on harsh landings - 26 pounds
$649.99 - $799.99
The 29” Big Flyer is the king of the bike life scene. On any ride that you attend, you are sure to see tons of Big Flyers raising it up on the city streets. With a large style frame, perfect geometry, and wide 29” x 2.4” Bozack tires, this bike is a wheelie machine. Take a ride for yourself to understand why this bike takes the crown.
$649.99
When we say that "we've been here for years", we're not kidding. This is the 15th year in a row that the So Cal Flyer has been in the SE lineup. The frame features stiff Floval tubing, an internal headset, sealed bearing mid-bottom bracket, and wide rear stays. The parts package boasts 24" x 2.4" Bozack tires, double-wall rims, Raise It Up! seat, and SE nylon fiber pedals. When you're ready to raise it up past 12 o'clock, the So Cal Flyer is the bike you need! - Lightweight 6061 aluminum Floval tubing frame with internal headset, mid-bottom bracket, and SE Wave dropouts - Double-wall rims with alloy hubs - SE Bozack 24" x 2.4" tires - So Cal Flyer seat with super grippy top cover - SE Bike Life grips with rubber end plugs - Retro top-load stem with hidden top cap for a clean look - 3-piece tubular cranks with custom SE Racing sprocket - SE nylon fiber pedals - SE Wheelie pegs and alloy valve caps included - 28.3 pounds
$749.99 - $899.99
The PK Ripper was the raddest, baddest, and most famous bike during the first BMX boom in the early 80s. Fast forward 40 years to today and now it’s the 29” Big Ripper that’s on top during the Big Bike BMX boom. This Big Ripper frame now comes equipped with an American bottom bracket and an OG seatstay wishbone plate just like the original PK Ripper. The 29” x 2.4” SE Bozack tires are just wide enough to give stability and cushion, but also roll extremely fast. Whether you are an old school BMX rider reliving your youth or a new school SE bike life rider raising it up, the Big Ripper is for you.
$849.99
The 27.5”+ Maniacc Flyer is definitely an eye catcher! This beast of a bike is built around oversized 27.5” x 3.0” Vee x SE Speedster tires. The frame features an internal headset, mid-bottom bracket, and a short rear end to make it easier to get that wheel up. Whether raising it up on the streets or hitting the dirt jumps, skatepark or ramps, Maniacc Flyer is the bike you need!
$999.99
The Monster Quad is the ultimate definition of BMX Innovations. Built around huge 29" x 2.8" Vee Speedster tires, this bike is the world's first 29+ BMX bike. The unique Monster Quad frame design features an oversized downtube, integrated headset, super stiff BB yoke, and a legendary looptail rear end. New this year, the Tektro Auriga hydraulic disc brakes really put this bike over the top. Watch out now, it's a MONSTER! KEY FEATURES: - 6061 Aluminum Monster Quad frame with oversized downtube, integrated headset, and looptail rear end - Full Cr-Mo Landing Gear forks - SE Racing forged alloy 2-piece cranks with 24mm hollow alloy spindle, external sealed bearing bottom bracket, and alloy chainring - FSA Orbit CE integrated sealed bearing headset - Vee Tire Co x SE Racing Speedster 29" x 2.8" tires - Tektro hydraulic disc brakes with easy-to-adjust open system, dual piston, 160mm rear rotor, 180mm front rotor - Authentic ODI Mushroom II grips - Monster Flyer seat with bottle opener - 34 pounds Suggested Rider Size: 5'5"+ (165cm+)
$1,199.99
It was only a matter of time until we created the fattest Quad of them all, the Fat Quad! This fat BMX bike is centered around the unique Quadangle frame design, featuring an oversized downtube, integrated head tube, and a legendary looptail rear end. New this year is an upgrade to Tektro Auriga hydraulic disc brakes. Once you go fat, you never go back... - 6061 aluminum Quadangle frame design, internally-machined integrated head tube, symmetrical looptail rear end, 100mm bottom bracket, and 170mm-spaced rear dropouts - Full Cr-Mo Landing Gear forks with 135mm-spaced dropouts - Vee Tire Co x SE Racing Chicane, 26" x 3.50" tires run fast and smooth at 30psi - Oakley B1-B grips with SE donuts - SE Flyer seat with bottle opener - Cr-Mo SE Big Honkin' cruiser bars - External bottom bracket - Tektro Auriga hydraulic disc brakes featuring dual piston design, automatic caliper positioning system, 160mm rear rotor, and 180mm front rotor - SE 3-piece V-Ridge cranks with alloy SE sprocket - 35.8 pounds
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