Dirt, park or vert... we've got you covered with the best BMX bikes in the business.
Giant's Motr 20 is a force to be reckoned with. This little shredder is ready for the streets, trails, and anywhere else your kid can motor along. With a lightweight aluminum frame, sick moto-style steel fork, adjustable-reach hand brake and rear coaster brake, this ripper is ready. Of course, it's got shin-friendly plastic pedals and comes with a kickstand and bell, too!
Stolen's Stereo sports a hand-welded steel frame. It also just happens to have a whole host of legit spec, rare to find at the price. Check out the STLN double-wall rims wrapped in Joint tires, and the Thermalite pedals. Stolen is core BMX, so you have a sealed Mid BB, machined head tube, tubular cromo cranks, and tall, 8.6-inch bars with Loot grips and Vortex barplugs. The fit is just a tad smaller with a 20.6-inch top tube, perfect for smaller riders or those that like a bike with a shorter reach.
Stolen's Heist lets you get down to business. A chromoly main frame gets things going, while the cromo fork and tall, 9-inch bars steer you to the next spot. A Mid bottom bracket spins MOB cromo cranks pushing a 25/9 drivetrain. Double-wall Revolver rims bring the speed and fat 2.2/2.3-inch tires provide the landing gear.
Stolen's Zeke XLT 26 is for the big boys who need a big bike that can cruise like a Cadillac Deville yet shred harder than President Nixon's aides. It rocks a 100% chromoly frame and fork, with a Vortex down tube that's internally tear-drop shaped, quad-butted and features additional spiral fluting to improve dent resistance. 48-spline chromoly cranks power the 26-inch Revolution FA wheels for a fierce setup that can handle those tricks you used to pull. Grippy Stolen tires transfer from street to dirt, while the 6.75-inch chromoly bars provide optimal leverage. And, the Zeke accepts front and rear disc brakes, so let your imagination run wild with the possibilities...
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