Giant's GFR F/W is just the thing for opening up the endless possibilities of BMX. It features a durable steel frame and fork that will fit your little ripper and stand up to their kid-size fun. The steel crankset provides the pedal power and the tough 20-inch wheels roll quickly. Plus, sweet spec such as the mini dirt jumper saddle, Tektro brake, plastic pedals, and grippy Kenda tires will make you them the envy of your block.
Bunny hops, wheelies, backyard jumps. GFR helps young bmx shredders master all the tricks of the trade. With its sturdy, lightweight aluminum frame and tough components, GFR is designed to help young BMX riders as they progress. From those first bursts of speed to more advanced skills and tricks, it’s with them all the way. Features: - Aluxx Aluminum frame - Chromoly Steerer, High-Tensile Legs - Durable 6.55-inch steel handlebar - Simple single-speed drivetrain with a rear hand brake - Tough 20-inch alloy rims, alloy hubs
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WeThePeople is no ordinary company, and the Curse 18 is no ordinary bike. The Curse is perfect for first timers and smaller riders who aren't quite ready for a 20-inch. With a nice short 18-inch top tube, tight chainstays, and 18-inch Salt wheels, the handling is easy and the learning curve is minimized. It comes with legit specs like a steel frame with a cromo down tube, 25/9 gearing with a cassette, and even 3-piece cromo cranks. Throw in nice details like the pegs, plastic pedals, and a Pivotal seat/post combo and this thing has street cred right outta the shop.
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.
With its 29" wheels, monster-sized PK Ripper inspired frame, and blue and chrome colorway, the Big Ripper is undoubtedly the biggest and baddest BMX bike in the world. Throw in the SE Racing Bear Trap pedals, Big Honkin’ cruiser bars, Cowboy Cut forks, and new Lightning Bolt padset, and it’s obvious that the Big Ripper rules the streets.
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