At home in the neighborhood or the skatepark, the Air is the perfect first bike. The frame geometry is quick responsive allowing the bike to handle easier as the young rider builds up their strength. Spec'd with a 25T sprocket, a 9T cassette rear hub, and large volume tires, the Air lets the rider fit in with their friends without a high price tag.
Entry to BMX Racing shouldn't cost an arm and a leg. The Mach One Pro is ideal for a beginner 5'6"-5'10".
We've upgraded the frame on the Dice 20" with a full alloy 6061-T6 frame, making it one of the very first full alloy freestyle bikes ever made. Everything on this bike was picked to ensure that this bike has the right equipment to make those first steps in BMX as enjoyable as possible. The Dice has specific geometry making it perfectly suited for the younger rider. The frame uses a shorter 20" toptube paired with a shorter 13.2" chainstay. Featuring 25-9 gearing and tapered forks, the Dice is one entry-level machine that packs a serious punch for a lightweight contender.
The Evol enters the scene with a fresh injection of new parts and flavor, making it a solid entry-level machine with everything you need to start making serious progress with your riding. A CrMo toptube, sealed and integrated headset, and mid-sized bottom bracket, along with details like the big logo Radio Rookie tires and oil slick sprocket, make the Evol something very special and unique.
The Revo line allows you to get your first taste of the BMX world on a solid and well-designed bike. We took extra care when hand-selecting the components on these bikes to ensure that they could be ridden straight out of the box and are simple to work on and maintain, but also easily upgradeable over time. Despite the low price-point, the Revo is packed full of great features like 25-9 gearing, tapered fork legs, and short/responsive pro-inspired geometry. Building on the Revo 20", the Revo 20" Pro adds a 3pc crank upgrade, making this machine even more dialed than ever before.
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