A low-maintenance, technique-driven bike for riders looking to improve their freestyle skills, the GT Slammer gets you out sessioning the streets without emptying your wallet. Work on your style, work on your technique, dial-in your transitions. The Slammer's got your back with durable parts and a detangler so you can gain that extra margin of safety with brakes but without them getting in your way.
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SE's Heavy Hitter features specs that easily live up to the pro moniker. Its 100% chromoly frame and fork have what you need to step up your game and stomp landings. The frame boasts a built-in seat clamp, machined Mid bottom bracket, and an integrated head tube. To keep it clean, you get removable brake mounts and cable guides. It all rolls on 36-spoke wheels with Kenda tires, while the rugged 3-piece chromoly cranks propel you up to speed. Other stellar parts include the clearance-boosting 25/9 micro-drive gearing, Odyssey plastic pedals, a Tektro U-brake, and a slick seat/post combo. No matter what trick you're throwing, the Heavy Hitter is likely up to the challenge.
When it's time to show the kids how it's done, hop on the Big Ripper 29 and cut to the chase. Sweet throwback components like bear trap pedals, a top-load stem, mushroom grips, and cruiser bars let them know you mean business. And even though you're not as young and tough as them, the monster-sized BMX frame with 29-inch wheels lets you pretend just the same. Just don't forget your helmet.
Breaking the barrier to racing BMX shouldn’t cost an arm and a leg. GT's Mach One Pro 24 delivers race-ready specs at a wallet-friendly price to make sure anyone who wants to get into BMX can get on the track. The stiff and lightweight aluminum frame gets all the power from the pedals to the track with a euro bottom bracket for easy bearing changes and sealed reliability. Tubular Chromoly cranks spin up lightweight alloy wheels with cruiser-class 24-inch GT Wing tires delivering solid traction with low rolling resistance. A linear pull brake delivers all the stopping power you need, while GT Uni Pro saddle and GT Race bars keep you piloting with precision.
Breaking the barrier to racing BMX shouldn’t cost an arm and a leg. GT's Mach One Pro delivers race-ready specs at a wallet-friendly price to make sure anyone who wants to get into BMX can get on the track. The stiff and lightweight aluminum frame gets all the power from the pedals to the track with a euro bottom bracket for easy bearing changes and sealed reliability. Tubular chromoly cranks spin up lightweight alloy wheels with GT Wing tires delivering solid traction with low rolling resistance. A linear pull brake delivers all the stopping power you need, while GT Uni Pro saddle and GT Race bars keep you piloting with precision.
Brian Kachinsky has an all-out, high-speed technical approach to his riding. GT's BK Team is built for exactly that. Just as "Kachinsky" has become a descriptor for some of the craziest city features in the world, the GT BK Team is designed to give you the confidence you need to learn the foundations to one day conquer a "Kachinsky" and make sure you look good while doing it.
Jason Phelan's fluid style and entertaining approach to riding enable him to achieve anything he can dream up. GT's left-side drive JPL Team is designed with that ability in mind. While young, Jason learned that his bike could take him anywhere and it has been his aim to remind riders that they are only limited by their imagination. So grab your JPL and set off on an adventure.
Van Homan's signature bike takes classic BMX geo and a 100% chromoly frame and fork, slathers it in a slick Trans Black paint and red 2.4-inch tires for killer looks and versatility, and finishes it with 9.25-inch bars and tubular chromoly cranks for maximum strength where you need it most.
Morgan Long's 2018 complete couldn't be any closer to his personal set up. With it's signature Hoodbird geometry you get a 21-inch top tube, taller 5-inch head tube, 9-inch bars, 2.4 T/A tires, and a female front hub. You'll be rolling like the Bird himself right out the shop door.
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, giving you a shorter rear end, lower standover height, and a 75.3 degree head-angle. Throw in a gyro and alloy U-brake and you'll be slaying it like your boy Joey Battaglia in no time.
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.
Brian Kachinsky has an all-out, high-speed technical approach to his riding. GT's BK Team is built for exactly that. Just as "Kachinsky" has become a descriptor for some of the craziest city features in the world, the GT BK Team Signature is designed to give you the confidence you need to learn the foundations to one day conquer a "Kachinsky" and make sure you look good while doing it.
The GT Performer has been a staple of the BMX world for many years, and has evolved as the needs of BMXers have changed. Today's Performer is equipped to give you the confidence to make every session memorable. The rugged steel frame has removable rotor mounts and an integrated headtube for clean style and versatile reliability. Tubular Chromoly cranks will never let you down, and the sealed bearing hubs promise smooth action under punishing conditions. Throw in a grip of solid BMX parts from GT's deep history in the sport, and you have a bike that lives up to its name, as it has for many years.
GT's Jr. Performer takes the time-honored tradition of the Performer and scales it down for the developing rider. The bike is BMX-legit with features and equipment you'll find on full-size rigs, all designed specifically for younger and smaller riders. From the tubular Chromoly cranks to the underside seatstay-mounted U-brake to the removable rotor tabs and burly 14mm rear axle, this bike can take full-size punishment and perform flawlessly through the trials of learning. With the right equipment, there's nothing holding you back.
You're gonna have to sell your soul to ride like Kris Fox. If that's not an option, pick up the Gaudium and give it all you've got. Kris's signature double-butted 100% chromoly frame comes with 36-hole double-wall Alienation rims and female axle hubs for brute strength. Wide 2.4-inch Demolition tires grip when you need it and cushion harsh landings, and the Odyssey Springfield Brake Kit provides incredible stopping power for shutting it down when things look sketchy. Removable cable guides and brake mounts let you customize your way, and the full chromoly fork includes peg cutouts for all that fancy footwork.
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Jump with confidence knowing SE's Wildman is underneath you. Its sweet steel frame rocks fat 5mm dropouts and its stout fork is ready for daylong park sessions and jump jams. The 36-spoke wheels with tough axles let you pump transitions and survive rough landings when you overshoot the tranny. And, the 3-piece chromoly cranks are seriously stiff so you can concentrate on that next 360 tailwhip.
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SE's Freestyle Bronco is a great bike for those just getting into BMX and younger riders, too. This sweet rig comes ready to go with four pegs, plastic pedals, front and rear U-brakes, 4-piece bars and a rotor. With that set-up, you've got the tools to grind, stall, barspin, busdriver and even nosepick to your heart's content. Its sturdy steel frame boasts a short top tube so smaller riders can control it, and it's made with low-profile, freestyle-specific geometry for neutral handling and pinpoint control.
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SE Racing's Quadangle boasts a burly steel frame and stout fork to handle all-day park sessions with ease and style. It's got every bell and whistle you'd want to master pretty much any trick out there: front and rear brakes, 4-piece bars, a Standing Gear fork, a rotor and four pegs. It's also spec'd with rugged 36-spoke wheels to take hard landings, fast-rolling Kenda tires for corner-hugging grip and a stiff 3-piece-chromoly crankset with 36/13 gearing for quick accelerations. If you're into laying down some tricks with old-school cool, the Quadangle is your ride.
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Pro BMXer Kris Fox takes his race background into the freestyle world with SE Racing's Gaudium. The name means joy in Latin, and the Gaudium annihilates the park while stamping a smile on your face thanks to the full chromoly frame and fork, not to mention the Alienation wheels that roll fast and take a beating. Demolition tires give you the grip you want when cornering and the low profile you need for fast rolling. Throw in a killer mix of SE components as well as a Tektro U-brake to bring everything back down to earthly speeds, and you've got a shred-everything, pro-level ride ready to spread joy in the park and streets.
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SE's Hoodrich is ready to thrash. Its frame includes a built-in seat clamp, a Mid bottom bracket, integrated head tube, and removable brake mounts and cable guides. The fork sports tapered legs and burly 36-spoke wheels and fat Kenda tires keep you rolling through the longest sessions, while the rugged 3-piece chromoly cranks blast you up to speed. Other fine gear includes a Tektro U-brake, a slick seat/post combo, and micro gearing with a 9-tooth driver paired with an 25-tooth SE Bubble sprocket.
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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SE's Everyday has a good reminder right on the down tube. Its sweet steel frame rocks fat dropouts and a stout fork ready for day-long park sessions and jump jams. The 36-spoke wheels with tough axles let you pump transitions and survive most rough landings. And, the 3-piece chromoly cranks are sick stiff, the 20-inch tires hook up in the park and on the trails, and the Everyday's 25-pound weight makes it easy to whip, flip, and tabletop.
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SE Racing's Quadangle Looptail boasts a limited edition, numbered chromoly frame in classic style to handle all-day sessions with ease. It's got every bell and whistle you'd want to master pretty much any trick out there: a rear linear-pull brake, tall and wide handlebars and a Landing Gear fork. It's also spec'd with rugged 36-spoke wheels to take hard landings, fast-rolling Kenda tires for corner-hugging grip, and a stiff 3-piece chromoly crankset with 44/16 gearing for quick accelerations. Into laying down some speed with old-school cool? The Quadangle is your ride.
Get your slow cruise on with the PK Ripper Looptail 26-inch BMX bike from SE. The sparkle black paint and matching anodized gold hubs, retro top-load stem, seatpost, and valve caps ooze with street style, and the Redline Flight cranks and sprocket, Big Honkin' Cruiser Bars, and gumwall Racing Cub tires let you throw down when it's time to ride.
In celebration of the life and times of SE's founder, Scot Breithaupt, along with SE's motto of "BMX Innovations," a brand new bike has been created like you've never seen before. The all-new OM-Duro takes the design cues and aesthetics from the legendary OM Flyer and mixes in some radical enduro upgrades. This wildly unique bike comes in two sizes and features 27.5+ wheels, disc brakes front and rear, internal cable routing for a dropper seatpost, a SRAM GX 1x10 trigger shifter featuring a clutch derailleur, and a 10-speed cassette. BMX meets enduro; there are no boundaries.
A BMX fat bike? Only SE Bikes could do something as radical while staying true to the sport. The Fat Ripper 26 wears huge 26x3.5 tires mated to 55mm-wide rims that absolutely mash over everything. The aluminum frame is based on the original PK Ripper design, with a looptail rear, strong chromoly fork, and frame gussets for extra street-pounding muscle. Front and rear mechanical disc brakes supply plenty of power, and a vintage vinyl padset adds to the fun.
Travel back in time and enjoy the early days of freestyle aboard this machine that pays homage to GT's Freestyle roots. The Pro Performer 29 takes the classic Performer look and dials it up a couple notches with 29" wheels and a retro layback seatpost. Available in 80s-rad yellow, this bike will have you cruising in style with the chops to bust out a few tricks around town to keep it fresh. We all have to grow up sometime, but that doesn't mean we have to give up our favorite rides!
Travel back in time and enjoy the early days of freestyle aboard this machine that pays homage to GT's Freestyle roots. The Pro Performer 26 takes the classic Performer look and dials it up a notch with 26" wheels and a retro layback seatpost. Available in chrome and 80s-rad lavender, this cruiser has the chops to bust out a few tricks to keep things fresh. We all have to grow up sometime, but that doesn't mean we have to give up our favorite rides!
Get your head in the game and your mind on the track with the GT Speed Series BMX bikes and frames. The lightest aluminum race frame on the market features a race-ready geometry and quick-change dropouts so you are prepared for every condition the day throws your way
Dan Conway's no holds barred approach to riding requires a bike that is dependable. Technical or burly, the city streets never know how Dan is going to attack. The Conway line of bikes from GT is built for reliability and they allow you to charge into any session with confidence.
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