The 29" Big Flyer continues to take the crown as the king of the streets. This year's bike is tougher than ever with the addition of an internal headset and mid-bottom bracket. With four awesome colorways to choose from, you can't go wrong. Once again, "We Make It Happen." - Lightweight 6061 aluminum floval tubing frame with internal headset, mid bottom bracket and SE Wave dropouts - Cr-Mo Landing Gear forks - Double-wall rims with sealed bearing rear hub - New SE Bozack 29" x 2.4" Tires - Big Flyer seat with grippy top cover - Retro top-load stem with hidden top cap for a clean look - 3-piece tubular cranks with custom SE Racing sprocket - SE nylon fiber pedals - SE Wheelie pegs and alloy valve caps included - 32 pounds
The 24" So Cal Flyer is back with a vengeance this year. The frame has been beefed up with an internal headset, sealed bearing mid-bottom bracket, and wider stays. The bike spec has been upgraded with the new 24" x 2.4" Bozack tires, double-wall rims, and SE nylon fiber pedals. The So Cal Flyer is THE bike to have if you're looking for a 24" BMX bike. Now you just have to decide on which of the four awesome new colorways to choose from. - Lightweight 6061 aluminum floval tubing frame with internal headset, mid bottom bracket, and SE Wave dropouts - Double-wall rims with alloy hubs - New SE Bozack 24" x 2.4" Tires - Flyer seat with super grippy top cover - SE Bikes Life grips with rubber end plugs - Retro top-load stem with hidden top cap for a clean look - 3-piece tubular cranks with custom SE Racing sprocket - SE nylon fiber pedals - SE Wheelie pegs and alloy valve caps included - 28.3 pounds
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
Got Blocks!? The 26" Blocks Flyer is the bike to have if you want to raise it up with the crew and catch some blocks. This year's frame has been improved with an internal headset and mid bottom bracket. The new 26" x 2.4" Bozack tires ride great and provide super traction for those swerves. If you want to be about that #SEBIKESLIFE, you need to be riding the Blocks Flyer. - Lightweight 6061 aluminum floval tubing frame with internal headset, mid bottom bracket, and SE Wave dropouts - Double-wall rims with sealed bearing rear hub - New SE Bozack 26" x 2.4" Tires - Blocks Flyer seat with grippy top cover - SE Bikes Life grips with rubber end plugs - Retro top-load stem with hidden top cap for a clean look - 3-piece tubular cranks with custom SE Racing sprocket - SE nylon fiber pedals - SE Wheelie pegs, and alloy valve caps included - 30.6 pounds
The Mini Ripper's aluminum frame features an ultra-stiff bi-oval downtube, rectangular rear stays, and 3D-forged dropouts. Add in the lightweight 6066 aluminum Landing Gear forks, Promax Impact Mini stem, Alienation Ankle Biter rims, and new Vee Tire Co Speed Booster tires, and you have one of the lightest and fastest mini race bikes on the track at only 15.8 pounds! - Lightweight 6066 aluminum frame built with floval top tube, bi-oval down tube, and rectangular rear stays for maximum stiffness - Lightweight 6066 aluminum Landing Gear forks with 6061 aluminum steerer tube - Alloy SE Mini Wing bars - Promax Impact Mini 6061-T6 aluminum CNC stem with hidden top cap for a clean look - Stiff and lightweight 3-pc 145mm alloy cranks - Vee Tire Co Speed Booster 1-1/8" tires provide ultra-quick cornering and low rolling resistance - Alienation Ankle Biter rims built with sealed cassette hubs with lightweight hollow axles with race skewer and radially laced spokes on the front - 15.8 pounds
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.
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.
The 29"+ Monster Ripper is the biggest PK Ripper that we've ever built! The monster sized PK frame design features oversized tubing, integrated head tube, the classic PK Ripper gusset, and a legendary looptail rear end built around huge 29" x 2.8" Vee Speedster tires. For extra stopping power, this bike comes equipped with Tektro Auriga hydraulic disc brakes. If you want to ride the biggest & baddest PK Ripper on the planet, this is the bike you need. - 6061 Aluminum Monster PK Ripper frame with integrated headset and looptail rear end - Full Cr-Mo Landing Gear forks - SE Racing forged alloy 2-piece cranks with 24mm hollow alloy spindle, external sealed bearing bottom bracket, and alloy chainring - Vee Tire Co x SE Racing Speedster 29" x 2.8" tires - Tektro Auriga hydraulic disc brakes with easy to adjust open system, dual piston, 160mm rear rotor, 180mm front rotor - Authentic ODI Mushroom II grips with donuts - Monster Flyer seat with bottle opener - 33.9 pounds
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