The 29-inch Big Ripper has been a staple in the SE line for over 10 years now. It’s built around a monster-sized PK Ripper style frame and features a stunning shiny red & chrome colorway. The spec is top notch with Cr-Mo Landing Gear forks, double-wall rims, Vee Speedster tires, and a new Lightning Bolt snap padset. One glance and it’s easy to see the Big Ripper is the baddest 29-inch BMX bike out on the streets.
The undisputed king of the streets gets his own signature bike this year. That’s right, Darnell Meyers, aka Dblocks, is crowned with his very own Dblocks Big Ripper. Dblocks put his personal touch on this bike with unique spec choices such as the Harlem camo paint, Freedom ThickSlick tires, Power Wing cruiser bars, Raise it Up Flyer seat, Keep That Wheel Up grip donuts, Dblocks camo plate, and Cycle Squad Maniaccs padset. The time is now, lets get it!
The ultimate definition of BMX Innovations. This year SE introduces the world’s first 29+ BMX bike, the Monster Quad! Built around huge 29 x 2.8-inch Vee Speedster tires, this Monster is the biggest BMX bike on the planet. The unique Monster Quad frame design features an oversize downtube, integrated head tube, super stiff BB yoke, and a legendary looptail rear end. The front and rear Avid BB5 disc brakes and 2-piece alloy cranks really put this bike over the top. Watch out now, it’s a MONSTER!
SE took a wild turn with the Ripper this year! This radical new direction had us start from scratch with a rebuild that includes upgrades, color changes, and new parts all over. Major things to check out are the bigger seat with a super grippy top cover, the Vee Cub x SE tires, and new SE Bikes Life grips equipped with SE donuts. For the first time ever, the Ripper now comes equipped with SE Wheelie pegs and an SE Bikes Life number plate. Now let’s get out there and raise it up!
Before the Quadangle, there was the STR-1. This dates back to the late 1970's when Stu Thomsen was SE Racing's National #1 pro and the sport's first superstar. His signature frame at the time was the Stu Thomsen Replica-1. This STR-1 frame had a unique design with both of the double down tubes wrapping underneath the bottom bracket shell and continuing around the Looptail rear end all the way back to the seat tube. Less than ten STR-1's were ever produced, and over the years these frames became almost mythical and the most sought after frames of all time in the vintage BMX world. Fast forward nearly 40 years to today and SE brings you the STR-26. This bike comes with an authentic SE Racing x Stu Thomsen trading card personally signed by Stu.
SE went berserk this year with a complete makeover of the So Cal Flyer! There are three stellar new color schemes, upgrades, and added parts galore. New this year are the Big Honkinish cruiser bars, super grippy Flyer seat, Vee Cub x SE tires, and new SE Bikes Life grips equipped with SE donuts. In addition, we’ve added a set of wheelie pegs and a newly designed SE Bikes Life number plate. The So Cal sets the new standard for 24-inch wheelie bikes.
Progress is forward movement, no matter where you start. The Slammer is a low-maintenance, technique-driven bike for riders looking to improve their freestyle skills. It's durable enough to take the abuse that's common while you dial in your moves. With a lightweight, sturdy frame, a 3-piece crankset, and a gyro rear brake for handlebar spins, the Slammer is perfect for helping you with forward progress.
The Performer model has been a staple in freestyle for decades, and now, GT is taking it to the streets. Old school styling combined with a rugged Cro-mo frame and 29-inch wheels deliver the goods every time you roll out. The tall handlebars put you in an upright position, perfect for cruising around, and GT Super Soft grips make for a comfy handhold. Double wall rims laced to bolt-on hubs makes for a strong and durable wheelset. They come wrapped in lightly-treaded, fast-rolling Vee Speedster tires, with a tan sidewall that perfectly complements the throwback frame styling.
Brandon Begin's clear-over-raw frame might be understated, but it's packed with performance. Four-piece bars, four pegs (with sleeves), FIT Mac PC pedals, and a free coaster match everything you put into it. Add gray 2.4" tires, a matching Barstool pivotal seat, and snappy street geometry and the Begin Signature is a hard bike to top.
Tom Dugan is known for treating his audience to epic bicycle motocross entertainment, and his new signature complete is a direct reflection of his spontaneous style. You get left side drive with a 21.25 TT full-chromoly frame and fork, Fit 2.4-inch T/A tires, and tubular chromoly cranks. What more do you want? Tall bars? A Fit Cafe Tripod seat? You got it. Channel your inner Duganator and get to shredding already.
The hair. The attitude. The skills. You can't have Dugan's style, but you can rep his bike. This year's Dugan Signature sticks with left side drive and full-Chromoly frame and fork but shortens the top tube to 20.75 for a more classic geo. 2.4-inch T/A tires keep you planted, and Odyssey Twisted pedals, tall bars, and a Cafe Tripod seat give you the green light to huck.
Hango rips and you want to rip so grab his bike and get rad. The Hango has a 21-inch TT, full Chromoly frame and fork, comes with two steel pegs, MAC PC pedals, and 2.4 FIT OEM tires. What more could you want? A FIT Cafe tripod seat sweetens the deal.
Park, street, pools — the only thing Van cares about is getting styled-out. Check his latest signature bike: full Chromoly frame and fork with a 21-inch top tube, 9.25-inch CrMo bars, 36h Fit rims wrapped in 2.4-inch OEM tires, and Fit MAC PC pedals to keep you comfy when Mr. Sketchy Pants tries to ruin your day. It's all right here. Thanks, Van.
Signature bikes put you so close to the rider's actual setup you can almost feel every success that went into creating it. With the Long you get a 20.75-inch top tube, 9.25-inch bars, 2.4 T/A tires, and Fit MAC PC pedals. You'll be rolling like the Bird himself right out the shop door.
Mac's been at it for a while now and the latest Mac Man complete shows he's at the top of his game. A full CrMo frame and fork with 20.25-inch top tube ride on 36h FIT wheels wrapped in 2.4-inch FIT DURO/OEM tires can take everything you can dish out. A shorter bar, 165mm FIT CrMo cranks, and Mac's own MAC PC pedals wrap up the build. From stylish lip tricks to the sketchiest rail-to-rail grinds, Mac Man's got you covered.
Street lines and epic grinds are the norm for Matt Nordstrom and his signature bike features a full Chromoly frame and fork, tubular Chromoly cranks, and 25/9 gearing to accent his smooth urban style. FIT OEM wheels wrapped in 2.3-inch tires take big hits in stride, while a grip of Fit components and four sleeved steel pegs top this ride.
Sure, Fit bikes look good, but there's more to them than slick paint jobs. The PRK is uniquely spec'd with a park-specific geometry and a gyro to keep you full of steeze. Add a U-brake and 2.4-inch FIT OEM tires paired with 36h rims and you'll be slaying it like your boy Joey Battaglia in no time.
The PRK-BAGZ takes the tried-and-true PRK formula and adds more Chromoly to the frame and fork for extra strength. Additional upgrades include a taller 9.25-inch bar, 170mm Chromoly cranks, MAC PC pedals, and a FIT BARSTOOL pivotal seat and post, with the same gyro and bomber 36h rims and 2.4-inch OEM tires as the standard PRK. Get out and rip.
Get quick with the STR street complete. Four-piece bars, 4 pegs, street-specific geo, 25/9 gearing — it's all here. FIT rims wrapped in 2.4 FIT T/A's can handle whatever abuse you can dish up, and the included alloy U-brake keeps your speed dialed on dicey run-ins.
The STR-YUMI takes performance up a notch with a full Chromoly frame and fork, Chromoly bars, and a free coaster hub. You get the standard STR's 25/9 gearing, tubular Chromoly cranks and FIT 36h rims wrapped in 2.4-inch FIT T/A tires, with an upgraded FIT BARSTOOL pivotal seat and FIT MAC PC pedals to hold you tight when things get sketchy. Think of STR-YUMI as your favorite cuddly blanket when you're banging out your first hang 5's.
Spriet's signature bike is a chromed-out beast built to take abuse from the likes of Justin himself. It has a full Chromoly frame and fork, 9.25-inch bars, and 36-hole FIT wheels wrapped in beefy 2.4-inch rubber to make all your flatland dreams come true. Four steel pegs might help, so you get those, too. What more could you want?
Get on the hunt for perfectly groomed doubles with the TRL. Classic trail geo and 8.7-inch bars keep you locked on big airs, and 36h FIT wheels wrapped in 2.4-inch FIT OEM tires transition from street to dirt with ease. FIT MAC alloy pedals, 30/10 gearing, and a rear brake finish the TRL with nothing more than everything you need for weeknight dirt jams.
Chris Harti's version of the TRL comes on strong with a full Chromoly frame and fork and 9.25-inch bars for complete control on massive dirt features. All the standard TRL spec applies — FIT 36h rims wrapped in 2.4-inch OEM tires, tubular Chromoly cranks with 30/10 gearing, and a rear U-brake to keep your speed dialed. FIT's BARSTOOL pivotal seat tops this Oz-inspired build.
Don't go full cruiser. The Twenty-Two finds the sweet spot between 20-inch and 26-inch BMX and is gaining traction like mad for both street and park riding. The geo comes in more like a trail bike due to the bigger hoops, but everything else is classic BMX. You get a full Chromoly frame and fork, 9.25-inch bars with a top-load stem, FIT OEM double-wall rims paired to 2.4 front/2.25 rear S&M Speedball tires, and a rear U-brake to keep it dialed. 175mm Chromoly cranks turn 25/9 gearing for all-around good times and an S&M pivotal seat tops the build.
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