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 Wrap uses a cromo main frame as its chassis, then drops a bunch of shred-worthy specs on it. Stolen knows BMX, so you have a sealed integrated headset, Revolver wheels, a MOB crankset and super grippy Thermalite pedals. The fit is just a tad smaller with a 20.6-inch top tube, perfect for smaller riders or those that like 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...
Whatever your style is, be it throwing big turndowns and whips in the park or grinding handrails and gapping staircases out on the streets, Stolen's Sinner XLT makes you a saint. The frame and fork are 100% full cromo, and the Vortex down tube is internally tear-drop shaped, quad-butted and features additional spiral fluting to improve dent resistance. Translation: go big. The key things you want to know: you've got 5mm compact dropouts, sealed integrated headset, removable brake mounts, and a pimp integrated seat clamp. And the gearing is 25/9 with female-axle Revolution wheels with hubguards and can be run either left-hand or right-hand drive. • Aftermarket 11 butted CELL bars • Aftermarket TLC stem • Aftermarket Sumo sprocket • Aftermarket Team 22 cranks • Aftermarket Revolution wheels • Aftermarket Rebellion hub guards • Aftermarket Silencer pegs • Aftermarket half-link Balland chain
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