Start 'em young! For the littlest BMX racers out there who are ready to step up from a push bike, the Redline Proline Micro is a great choice. Designed lower to the ground, the Proline Micro has 18-inch wheels for little legs. The Proline Micro is made with a Redline proprietary alloy frame with formed and butted tubing, quality Euro bottom bracket, and higher-end 3-piece cranks. The fork is tapered to reduce weight, helping young riders maneuver the Proline Micro more easily. The saddle/seatpost combination also keeps it light and easy to use. Fits riders 4'4" and under. - Redline proprietary aluminum frame - Redline fork with 100 percent full chromoly steel steerer and tapered legs - Aluminum alloy 3-piece cranks - Vee Speedster 18 x 1-inch tires for grip - Pedals included
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 all the other aerial extras, such as the stout 3-piece chromoly cranks and fat Kenda K-Rad rubber. At the track or the park, the 36-hole aluminum rims and smooth aluminum hubs roll strong while the Kenda tires keep you connected no matter what. You also get a pair of plastic pedals to keep the weight down and your shins intact.
Haro's Downtown is the perfect entry in the BMX world. It features a strong high-tensile steel frame with 20.3-inch top tube and a steel fork, not to mention a 8.25-inch rise handlebar. The stout chromoly 3-piece crank comes with 25/9 gearing for plenty of speed going into the set. All that speed is transferred through smooth wheels that are wrapped with quality Kenda tires. Plus, the lightweight Downtown platform is built for flow and style with a straight cable rear brake.
Start them out right! When little BMXers are ready to take racing to the next level, the mid-level Redline Proline Mini is ready to help get them there. The Proline Mini is made with a Redline proprietary aluminum alloy frame with a sealed Euro bottom bracket, higher-end 3-piece cranks, and sealed hubs. The 100-percent chromoly steel race fork with tapered legs helps young riders maneuver the Proline Mini more easily. The combo saddle/seatpost is lightweight and easy to use. Fits riders 50 to 54 inches tall. - Proprietary aluminum alloy formed and butted frame - Redline full chromoly steel fork with tapered legs - Redline Microline 3 piece 140mm cranks for great quality and performance - Vee Speed Booster 20 x 1.125" tires - Pedals included
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 2.3-inch tires wrap Revenge SW1 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.
Haro's Downtown is a great-handling machine for the first-time and/or smaller BMX rider. It features a strong high-tensile steel frame and fork, and 7.0-inch rise handlebar. With an 18.5-inch top tube length, little rippers can get on 20-inch wheels wrapped in quality Kenda tires. Powering those full-size wheels are stout chromoly 3-piece cranks with a 25/9 gearing for plenty of speed and clearance. The lightweight Downtown platform is built for flow and style with a straight cable rear brake.
Inspired by the riding style of Shawn McIntosh, Fitbikeco’s Mac 1 is ready to take to the streets. 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, big grippy Fit 2.4-inch tires wrap Revenge SW1 rims, and strong 8-spline chromoly cranks turn a sealed cassette hub. A 990 brake helps control manuals, Fit Long Tech grips are comfy to handle, and Fit Mac PC pedals hold your shoes yet slide like Shawn himself on handrails and coping.
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