Mike Aitken has long been considered one of BMX's premier riders, and his influence is apparent in Fitbikeco’s Aitken 1. Featuring a chromoly front triangle, this bike holds up to elaborate, innovative lines, and all the scrapes that get you there. Tubular chromoly cranks turn 25/9 gearing and fat Fit tires stick to whatever surface you decide to session. Tall 9-inch bars give you leverage and the Long Tech grips are comfy to hold, while Odyssey's Twisted pedals grip your shoes yet let you grind on handrails and ledges.
Fitbikeco’s BF 1 builds on Brian Foster’s wealth of experience to bring you an awesome bike modeled after the legend’s own setup. The chromoly top tube, down tube, and head tube strengthen the whole bike, while the tapered fork keeps weight down. 29-inch bars give plenty of leverage, strong 8-spline chromoly cranks turn a sealed cassette hub, and grippy Fit tires wrap Revenge SW1 rims. A 990 brake helps control manuals, Fit Savage grips are comfy to hold, and Odyssey Twisted PC pedals grip your shoes but slide on handrails or ledges.
Redline makes jumping into BMX exciting and easy with the MX 24. The alloy frame is light, fast, and provides responsive handling for quick maneuvers through the pack. 5.5-inch bars and a 55mm aluminum stem give you the leverage to stay out front, and the RL Race 36-hole rims wrapped in Tioga PowerBlock rubber roll fast and grip hard through whoops and berms. A Tektro 918 linear-pull rear brake offers no-nonsense braking power, and RL Hex grips and RL Race aluminum pedals complete this ready-to-roll BMXer.
Fitbikeco's Benny 1 is built for the kind of creative, techy street lines that Benny Lewis rides. The chromoly front triangle strengthens the whole bike, while the tapered fork keeps weight down. Tall 8.7-inch bars give plenty of leverage, strong 8-spline chromoly cranks turn a sealed cassette hub, and big grippy Fit 2.4-inch tires wrap Revenge S1W rims. A 990 brake helps control manuals, Benny's signature grips are comfy to hold, and Odyssey's Twisted PC pedals grip your shoes but easily slide on handrails or ledges.
Fitbikeco’s VH 1 is a street machine, just like its legendary namesake Van Homan. The chromoly top tube, down tube, and head tube strengthen the whole bike, while the tapered fork keeps weight down. Tall 8.7-inch bars give plenty of leverage, grippy Fit tires wrap Revenge SW1 rims, and strong 8-spline chromoly cranks turn a sealed cassette hub. A 990 brake helps control manuals, Fit Team grips are comfy to handle, and Odyssey's tough plastic pedals hold your shoes but still slide like butter on handrails or ledges.
Fitbikeco’s Benny 2 was built for the innovative lines and mind-bending grinds of its namesake, Ben Lewis. The chromoly front triangle boosts durability, tapered fork legs save weight, and stout 8-spline tubular chromoly cranks turn the rear double-wall rim around a sealed cassette hub. A rear brake scrubs some speed if you overshoot your landing, and two pegs lock on to handrails and coping so you can focus on the next trick. The Odyssey pedals slide on ledges yet grip hard on your shoes, and a Pivotal seat keeps things light.
Tommy Dugan knows he needs a solid bike under him for the huge gaps and drops he rides, and Fitbikeco’s Dugan Signature is the bike he trusts. Boasting a full chromoly frame and fork, this bike is built for stylishly chill big air. A pair of 48-spline cromo cranks and an left-hand-geared 25/9 drivetrain pushes the bike into your lines, and Revenge OHM rims, Fit T/A rubber, and sealed hubs with female axles keep you rolling smoothly. Tall, wide chromoly bars are anchored to your bike by a Fit High Top stem, and a Solo tripod seat keeps weight down.
Dan Conway dares to take the lines less traveled, so you know Fitbikeco's Conway 1 is ready to take you there, too. The chromoly front triangle takes the brunt of your most aggressive drops and wall rides, while a chromoly 8-spline crank gets you up to speed in a hurry. The Conway 1 rolls on Revenge SW1 rims wrapped in Fit rubber so you know your landing gear is rough, rugged, and sticky for tight lines. The 8.7-inch handlebars gives you plenty of leverage and Fit Savage grips are easy on your hands even when you're not. Top it off with Odyssey's Twisted PC pedals that grip your shoes and grind like a boss on handrails and ledges.
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.
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
Jump into the world of BMX with Redline's Rival. This neighborhood street slayer features a slightly shorter top tube to accommodate smaller riders, but stays true to big bike standards with 20-inch wheels, tall 8-inch bars, and 25/9 micro gearing. Strong 36-hole alloy rims wrapped in multi-purpose 20x2.125 tires let you rip the local dirt track or the skatepark with confidence, and a powerful Tektro FX340 rear brake keeps things under control in sketchy situations.
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Premium's Subway is a no-nonsense street shredder built for next-level performance. You get a chromoly downtube frame with an integrated head tube and seat clamp, and removable brake and cable mounts to keep your rig looking fresh. Fully sealed Alienation PBR rims wrapped in Premium CK 2.4-inch rubber deliver superior traction and stability, and 3-piece cranks turn 25/9 gearing via a sealed mid bottom bracket for quick acceleration and durability. Premium Team grips, Kinetic platform pedals, and a Fat Capitol pivotal seat complete the build.
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 8.25-inch 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.
Shredding that middle ground between a 16-inch and a full-size BMX bike is Fitbikeco's Eighteen. It features the same 25/9 compact gearing and super-tough 36-hole wheels as its bigger relatives, but is sized just right for your mid-sized ripper. This tight ride also brings chromoly cranks and a sealed mid bottom bracket to the table for awesome stiffness and durability. A rear U-brake keeps things under control while a saddle, handlebar, and grips from OG finish out this mini ride.
Shawn Mac's the Homie, which is why he was game to put his initials and 2018 signature bike to good use in this homage to Fit's big brother — S&M Bikes — to celebrate the brand's Dirty 30! That clean chrome finish, those Holmes-inspired decals, MAC Alloy pedals...and a cross bar pad? This 20.75 TT beast might just be the best looking bike on the block.
The Corriere complete comes with an LSD freecoaster, four plastic pegs, street-specific geo, aftermarket S&M GNS pedals, a Barstool seat and, of course, 100% chromoly frame and fork for all your flatland antics. Revenge rims wrapped in 2.4-inch T/A rubber put grip and control where you need it, and 9.25-inch bars let you crack whips for days.
Get into the excitement of BMX racing on a budget. The sturdy high-tensile steel frame and fork, and berm-slashing 20-inch aluminum wheels rocket out of the gates and are destined to take the beginning rider up through the ranks. Stiff, steel cranks put all the power onto the track, and the grippy Kenda tires shine when you have a need for speed. The rear linear-pull brake reins things in, and the 19.5-inch top tube offers young riders a pro fit.
Haro's Team CF Expert is made for one thing and one thing only: Speed. For those who crave the holeshot and ripping into the first berm ahead of the pack, this lightweight aluminum machine provides explosive acceleration, with a Box carbon fork to lighten things up and deliver laser-sharp handling. Haro decked out the Team CF Expert with 3-piece aluminum cranks to power the quick Alienation rims and Kenda tires that hold on when you need it. Factor in the ProMax grips and linear pull brakes, with the sleek Box Echelon seat/carbon post combo, and this bike will have you smiling for many victories to come.
Up your BMX bag of tricks with Haro's Downtown DLX. The Downtown series features a strong high-tensile steel frame and fork and riser handlebar. It is offered in both 19.5- and 20.3-inch frame for a perfect fit. The stout, chromoly cranks power a high-clearance 25/9 gearing and the alloy wheels are wrapped with cushy Kenda Kontacts. Plus, the tech-oriented Downtown DLX comes with all the goodies you need — a front 990 brake, a cable detangler, and pegs on all four corners.
Fitbikeco won't guarantee that you'll get all of Ben Lewis' steeze with the Benny 3, but at least you'll have the same bike. Made tough for the streets with a chromo main frame and chainstays, the Benny 3 takes the hits and begs for more. Tapered chromoly fork legs save weight, and stout 8-spline chromo cranks turn the 25/9 gearing. Plus, your landing gear consists of Revenge double-wall rims running fat rubber. A rear brake scrubs some speed if you overshoot your landing, and two pegs lock on to handrails and coping so you can focus on the next trick.
Benny Lewis packs more tricks into a 10 second video line than most people work into a whole park run, and its thanks in part to the unique geometry of his Fitbikeco Benny Signature bike. Boasting a full chromoly frame and fork, this bike is built for super techy street riding. A pair of 48-spline cromo cranks and 25/9 drivetrain pushes the bike into lines with confidence, and Revenge OHM rims, fat 2.3-inch rubber, and sealed hubs keep you rolling smoothly. Tall, wide, 4-piece chromoly bars are anchored to your bike by Benny's signature Fit stem, and Animal pedals and Fit pegs round out the package.
FitBikeCo's Prospect mines the gold of the streets with a chromoly toptube and downtube, light so taking to the air is casual, tough so it's not "ride over" whe the landing gets tough. This bike is made to hold up to inspiring lines with cromo cranks turn 25/9 gearing, tall 8.7-inch bars give you leverage, and fat Fit tires stick to whatever surface you decide to ride on. Flangless grips are comfy to hold, and nylon pedals grip your shoes without eating your shins while keeping the weight down.
Fitbikeco's Pledge prowls the streets lookng for that next big line. Featuring a chromoly downtube and toptube, this bike is made to hold up to techy, innovative lines. Chromo cranks turn 25/9 gearing and Revenge rims wrapped in Fit tires stick to whatever surface you decide to ride on. Fit Benny grips are comfy to hold, and plastic pedals grip your shoes but not handrails or ledges. So go ahead, hit that grind and don't look back.
Take your first ride on Fitbikeco's Mac 3 and it might feel like the bike already knows your best tricks. That's because the full chromoly frame is tough and eye-catching for big air, smooth tail whips, and any grind you can find. Couple the ruggedness of the frame with the durability of the Revenge OHM double wall rims and you've got a city ripper that practically sniffs out wall rides. 25/9 gearing gets you plenty of speed to make the transition and the removable brake lets you choose whether you want to scrub some speed or open it up and keep it open. Of course, all the good stuff you come to expect from Fit is here too, like the Pivotal seatpost, Barstool seat, chromoly handlebars, and a set of pegs.
The Fitbikeco Begin/OSS is your ticket to urban shredding. This smooth ride features details like 25/9 compact gearing for clearance, chromoly cranks for ultimate stiffness, and a sealed mid bottom bracket for awesome durability. A chromo front triangle and full chromo fork with tapered legs, and crazy-tough Revenge wheels wrapped in fat rubber make the bike just as burly as the rider. A threaded 990 U-brake and a pair of plastic pegs come together with a pivotal saddle, wide bars, grips, and tires from Fit for instant park and street domination.
Step up your game and your steeze with FitBikeCo's Long 1. The chromoly front triangle strengthens the whole bike, while the tapered fork keeps weight down. Tall, 29-inch wide bars give plenty of leverage, strong 8-spline chromoly cranks turn a sealed cassette hub with 25/9 gearing, and big grippy Fit 2.3-inch tires wrap Revenge S1W rims. A 990 brake helps control manuals, and Odyssey's Twisted PC pedals grip your shoes yet can grind all day long.
Shredding that middle ground between a 16-incher and full-size BMX bike is Fitbikeco's 18 Inch. It features the same 25/9 compact gearing and super-tough 36-hole wheels as its bigger relatives, but is sized just right for your mid-sized ripper. This tight ride also brings chromoly cranks and a sealed mid bottom bracket to the table for awesome stiffness and durability. A rear U-brake keeps things under control while a saddle, handlebar and grips from OG finish out this mini ride.
Like its namesake rider Dan Conway, Fitbikeco's Conway 2 is smooth, rugged, and ready to tackle the most creative lines you can find in the urban landscape. The chromoly front triangle and chainstays take the brunt of your most aggressive drops and wall rides, while a chromoly 8-spline crank gets you up to speed in a hurry. The Conway 2 rolls on Revenge rims wrapped in Fit rubber so you know your landing gear is rough, rugged, and sticky for tight lines.The 9-inch handlebars gives you plenty of leverage and Fit Savage grips are easy on your hands even when you're not. Top it off with Fit Mac PC pedals that hang on your shoes yet grind like a boss on handrails and ledges.
Develop your own style in the innovative world of street riding with Fitbikeco’s Mac 2. The chromoly front triangle boosts durability, tapered fork legs save weight, and stout 8-spline tubular chromoly cranks turn the rear double-wall rim around a sealed cassette hub. A rear brake scrubs some speed so you nail your landing, and two pegs lock on to handrails and coping so you can focus on the next trick. Fit Mac PC pedals slide on ledges but not your shoes, and a Pivotal seat keeps things light.
The king of retro wears red, and this year's Floval Flyer Looptail 24 can't get any redder. Or is that radder? Matching the gold anodized stem and seatpost to the Skyway Tuff II's gold hubs is about as royal as it comes, but SE added Redline Flight cranks and sprocket to make sure everyone recognizes Kaiser Cruise as he rolls down the freshly swept streets of his dominion. Finishing touches include bear trap pedals, gumwall tires, and a vintage vinyl SE Racing padset.
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