GT Pro Series Micro ...
The GT Pro Series bikes are based on GT’s legendary BMX race platform. Perfect for little racers just getting started, the Pro Series Mini features a 6061 aluminum frame with racing geometry, alloy fork, a 17 top tube, 36/14T gearing, Promax mini-v style rear brake, lightweight GT Alloy Doublewall wheels and race-ready Tioga Power Block tires.
There are a lot of things about stepping up your racing that are exciting, but every rider knows the best part is finding your next bike. With a lightweight aluminum frame, flip-flop rear hub, and sizes from Mini all the way up to XXL, the Pro Series can be custom tuned to get you across the finish line first.
GT Speed Series Pro ...
A bike called the speed series pro? Yes, please. We want all the speed and pro that GT can cram into this 20 race BMX package. Oh, and GT crammed the most they could on the Speed Series Pro’s hydroformed and butted alloy frame tubes.
The frame itself is insanely light, fast, and maximizes every pedal stroke with supreme stiffness. What’s more, it’s outfitted with a tapered and full carbon fork. A hollow forged 2-piece crankset churns out the rpm’s and the 44×16 gear configuration is sure drop the competition on acceleration.
Alienation Deviant and 440 rims are equipped with fast-rolling Tioga Powerblock tires for versatile traction on and off the course.
Finally, a Kevlar saddle and micro-adjust seatpost lets you dial in the perfect riding position as you take aim at blistering the dirt with your tire marks. The GT Speed Series Pro delivers the goods and we know you’ll agree.
SE Bikes Everyday 20...
Buying your kid’s first real bike can be challenging no matter what kind of riding he or she is interested in. BMX bikes bring the same list of questions regarding purpose, quality, durability and abuse resistance as other types of bikes.
So the short answer is that if your child is interested in learning BMX–as in riding some ramps, dirt jumps, park riding, street tricks, and you also want him or her to have a solid, reliable, and low maintenance bike for neighborhood, pool, and school, the SE Racing Everyday BMX bike definitely strikes an impressive balance between legitimate dirt/street/park bike quality and bottom line price.
For example, Everyday features an extremely durable hi-tensile steel frame and fork, a material generally considered the heavier cousin to chromoly, the material of higher-end, competition BMX frames.
However, using updated tubing technology, Everyday is able to boast an overall weight of 25 lbs, within the realm of the weight for many chromoly bikes, which are notably higher in price.
Bottom line: there are lighter bikes, but your child won’t be weighed down when trying to learn tricks the way he/she may be by other entry level bikes. In the interest of performance, Everyday also features other lightweight parts that you’d find on competition bikes.
Three-piece chromoly cranks are much stronger and lighter than steel cranks, and are the singular option for pros. Add in alloy wheels, seatpost, and stem, and the same rule applies.
Top it off with SE’s own ultra light, padded seat, DSP grips, and super durable, lightweight nylon platform pedals (also competition ready), and you have a safe, team-inspired bike that will fit right in at the jam, stay tough on the street, and fly high at the park.
Tony Hawk Boy’...
Future X-Gamers can ride like the man himself on the 24″ Tony Hawk 720 bike. With bright green hand grips, sleek black seat and see-through chain guard, groms everywhere will appreciate this stoked design.
Rear U-Brake prevents protruding parts to damage interference with the rider’s body. Whether it’s box jumps or wall rides, kids will definitely pull out their best tricks while riding.