The Audio is built around a larger 22" diameter wheel, providing a more stable ride without sacrificing the classic BMX look and feel. Perfect for the die-hard trail dogs or taller riders looking for a bike more fitting to their size without having to resort to a bike that simply isn't BMX. Using the full chromoly aftermarket spec frame, we designed a fork with an even sturdier and bombproof steer tube/crown area allowing you to push this thing as hard you can. We spent an incredibly long time dialing in the geometry on the Audio, as well as developing our own range of 22" specific parts like the Logic rim and Overbite tire. A bike that will surprise you with how well it rides, the Audio is leading the pack in the 22" revolution.
Bringing We The People quality to a lower price point for 2021 is our entry-level shredding machine. The Nova features a super short 12.75" oval chainstay and responsive 26mm-offset fork, allowing it to not only feel just like the bikes our pro team ride, but also make it much easier to progress your riding even further.
The PK Ripper was the raddest, baddest, and most famous bike during the first BMX boom in the early '80s. Fast-forward 40 years to today, and now it's the 29" Big Ripper that's on top during the Big Bike BMX boom. This year's Big Ripper frame has been redesigned with an American bottom bracket and a seatstay wishbone plate just like the OG PK Ripper. The new 29" x 2.4" SE Bozack tires really set this bike apart from the rest. Whether you are an old school BMX head reliving your youth or a new school #SEBIKESLIFE rider raising it up, the Big Ripper is the bike to have. - Retro 6061 aluminum Big Ripper frame with floval tubing, looptail rear end, American bottom bracket and classic PK Ripper wishbone plate - Full Cr-Mo Landing Gear forks - Cr-Mo Big Honkin' cruiser bars - Double-wall rims with sealed-bearing and high-flange hubs - SE 3-piece V-Ridge cranks with alloy SE sprocket - Authentic ODI Mushroom II grips with donuts - New SE Bozack 29" x 2.4" tires - SE Flyer seat with SE bottle opener - SE Racing padset - SE Wheelie pegs - 32 pounds
With a 19.5" top tube, the Wildman might be small, but it packs a mean punch. It's the perfect bike for a new BMXer looking to hit the trails, street, or skatepark. Built with 25-9 gearing, tapered fork legs, and extra-wide 2.3" tires, it's ready to be put to the test - Wildman frame design with integrated seat clamp and micro dropouts - SE tapered-leg forks with cut-out clearance for pegs - 25-9 micro gearing with SE sprocket - Alloy hubs - Lightweight seat/post combo - Top-load stem with hidden top cap for clean look - Extra-wide 2.3" tires provide more traction and forgiveness on harsh landings - 26 pounds
The 2022 Curb, which is available in four great colorways, offers the entry-level rider a bike that looks and feels like a pro model without the price tag. Featuring modern geometry and outfitted with components such as 8.75-inch Kink T875 bars, 3-piece tubular chromoly cranks, a raised Mission Control TL stem, soft Kink Paragon grips with push-in Kink Thrust bar ends, and 2.4-inch tires front and rear; the Curb is perfect for any rider looking for a solid first bike.
Our PRK bikes feature frames with lower stand-over, short chain-stays and a middle or the road 75.3 head angle that's maneuverable but stable when blasting transitions. PRK forks are responsive with 25mm offset drops and feature a longer 172mm steerer tube for use with a GYRO. Slightly lower 8.7" bars match perfectly with the taller GYRO stack height and top load forged FIT stem. Other notable improvements on 2021 PRK's include smaller 160mm cranks on the 20" TT, and slightly longer 165mm cranks on the 20.5" TT.
Our PRK bikes feature frames with lower stand-overs, short chain-stays and a middle of the road 75.3" head angle that's maneuverable but stable when blasting transitions. PRK forks are responsive with 25mm offset drops and feature a longer 172mm steerer tube for use with a GYRO. Slightly lower 8.7" bars match perfectly with the taller GYRO stack height and top load FIT stem. Other notable improvements on 2021 PRK's include smaller 160mm cranks on the 20" TT, and slightly longer 165mm cranks on the 20.5" TT.
Our 2021 TRL bikes start with longer 21"' and 21.25" top-tube trial geometry frames with chain-stay mounted brakes. Traditional 33mm offset forks pair perfectly with the stable 74.5 TRL head-angle. We spec'd classic 29"X9", 11 back and 2 up, 2-piece bars with FIT Longtech flanged grips on all four TRL models. Other notable improvements on 2021 TRL's include double walled FIT OEM rear rims on all, female front axles, and a new U-Brake with more tire clearance and softer pull strings.
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