The perfect beginner’s bike that’s primed to get rad.
The best tool in the skate park for shenanigans. When a 20" is too big, go mini! Specs below.
$679.99 - $724.99
WeThePeople gives you the Reason to step up and go bigger. This bike features a chromoly down tube, top tube, and chainstays for incredible strength and a full chromo fork that handles its share of air and tricky landings. The Reason keeps the cromo theme going with nice, wide bars and tubular 3-piece cranks. The wheels are double-wall, front and rear, both spinning around Salt hubs and encased in fat Salt tires for excellent grip. A Salt Moto brake in the back scrubs speed, SaltPlus nylon pedals save your shins, and a WTP seat/post combination keeps the weight low. Plus, removable guides keep the frame nice and clean in case you want to go brakeless, if that's your thing.
Want to ride park, street, and trails? Haro's Boulevard can ride it all. The Boulevard series starts with a strong steel frame and fork that hold up to all the hard hits from your tricks. 3-piece chromoly cranks power a compact 25/9 drivetrain which turn grippy Haro La Mesa tires. An 8.5-inch handlebar controls the whole thing and steers you into the right lines. The lightweight Boulevard platform is built for flow with a straight cable rear brake, and with a 20.5-inch top tube, you get a bike that fits not just your height, but your style as well.
Fitbikeco's Benny 1 is built for the kind of creative, techy street lines that Benny Lewis rides. The chromoly front triangle strengthens the whole bike, while the tapered fork keeps weight down. Tall 8.7-inch bars give plenty of leverage, strong 8-spline chromoly cranks turn a sealed cassette hub, and big grippy Fit 2.4-inch tires wrap Revenge S1W rims. A 990 brake helps control manuals, Benny's signature grips are comfy to hold, and Odyssey's Twisted PC pedals grip your shoes but easily slide on handrails or ledges.
See the streets in a whole new light with Norco's Ares. It's steel frame and tapered fork gives you the durability you need for serious progression. It's also equipped with 3-piece tubular-chromoly cranks, a Mid bottom bracket and a micro drivetrain, keeping things light and the cope-avoiding clearance high. And, the Alex rims wrapped with versatile tires roll fast, while the Tektro brake lets you feather your run-in speed to perfection.
Get a foot into the field of BMX with Norco's Brigade. It boasts a legit Norco steel frame and fork to withstand session after session of smooth and not-so-smooth runs. For wheels, there are stout Alex rims wrapped with versatile tires that grip hard on all surfaces. You also get a Tektro brake to scrub speed so you can nail any line and a 9-tooth driver gives you a big gear for speed with lots of chain clearance. Rounding out the build are 3-piece tubular-chromoly cranks and Norco's bar, stem and integrated seat/post combo.
Norco's Volt has the spark you'll need to get off the ground. This jumping machine is made from Norco chromoly and steel and features a 20.5-inch top tube and 3-piece tubular-chromoly cranks, so you can hit the big stuff with the best. You also get tough aluminum rims wrapped with versatile tires for a good grip on all surfaces. Plus, the handlebar is nice and wide for tons of leverage when pulling tricks and the Tektro brake is there to keep your speed in check.
$769.99 - $799.99
Fitbikeco’s Benny 2 was built for the innovative lines and mind-bending grinds of its namesake, Ben Lewis. The chromoly front triangle boosts durability, tapered fork legs save weight, and stout 8-spline tubular chromoly cranks turn the rear double-wall rim around a sealed cassette hub. A rear brake scrubs some speed if you overshoot your landing, and two pegs lock on to handrails and coping so you can focus on the next trick. The Odyssey pedals slide on ledges yet grip hard on your shoes, and a Pivotal seat keeps things light.
$639.99 - $659.99
Ride with video game-like abilities on WeThePeople's Arcade. The tough steel frame with a chromoly down tube and steel fork are the foundation for this appropriately sized ripper. The stout Salt 36-hole wheels are wrapped with versatile tires for grippy traction while 3-piece cromo cranks with 26/9 gearing are perfect for sprinting from spot to spot, and over to the skatepark. In the park or just around the block, the two pegs, seat/post combo, and plastic pedals are ready for action.
CURSE COMPLETE BIKE Arguably one of the most anticipated bikes of the year, the 2017 Curse is the best it’s ever been. This year We The People raised the bar (literally) and shortened up the chainstays and cranks, giving the Curse a snappier and more responsive feel. Along with a fully sealed Salt (EX) Cassette hub and Wethepeople VEX compound grips, this year’s Curse is now rocking the all new Salt (Tracer) tire in 2.35” front and rear, for an uncompromised ride no matter the terrain. Now in three incredible colourways, you really will have a difficult time choosing which Curse you want the most…
WeThePeople is no ordinary company, and the Curse is no ordinary bike. The Curse is perfect for first timers and smaller riders with a short 20.25-inch top tube and tight chainstays that makes handling easy and lessens the learning curve. It comes with legit specs like a steel frame with a cromo down tube, 25/9 gearing with a cassette, and even 3-piece cromo cranks. Throw in nice details like pegs, plastic pedals, and one-piece seat/post combo and this thing has street cred right outta the shop.
FOR 2016, VOLUME KEPT THE SAME GOAL WHEN DESIGNING THE DISTRICT BIKE, WHICH WAS TO MAKE THE PERFECT BIKE FOR A YOUNGER RIDER’S FIRST REAL BMX BIKE. THE DISTRICT CAN TAKE YOU FROM LEARNING THE BASICS OF RIDING A BIKE, TO THE PROGRESSION OF LEARNING YOUR FIRST TRICKS. THE 2016 DISTRICT FEATURES AFTERMARKET PARTS INCLUDING THE VOLUME STAPLE V2 STEM, VOLUME VLM GRIPS, ODYSSEY TWISTED PC PEDALS, AND ODYSSEY SPRINGFIELD BRAKES.
Norco's Volt will have you flying in no time. This jumping machine is made from Norco chromoly and steel and features a 20.5-inch top tube and 3-piece tubular-chromoly cranks for hitting the big stuff. You also get legit Alex rims wrapped with versatile tires for a good grip on all surfaces. Plus, the handlebar is nice and wide for tons of leverage when pulling tricks and the Tektro brake is there to keep your speed in check.
Built around the preferred modern geometry of freestyle legend Brian Blyther, Haro's FST 20 is a stylish classic with modern tech to master the steet, park, and pipe. It's full-chromoly frame and fork take high-flying punishment and include thoughtful features, like an internal head tube, Mid bottom bracket, and drilling for a cable detangler. A collection of Haro Lineage components add class and high-level functionality to make this blast from the past a top-tier launch vehicle for the modern age. Ride a piece of history that still knows how to throw down, like Blyther, himself.
Haro's FST 24 gives a nod back to the formative years of BMX and freestyle. As the laid-back 24-inch cruiser version of the FST 20, it's full-chromoly frame and fork are ready for some thrashing, even if all you feel like is a cruise around town. A collection of Haro Lineage components add class and high-level functionality to make this blast from the past ready for the modern age. Ride a piece of history that never forgot how to rip.
The Haro dynasty started with a couple number plates. Add one for yourself to a Haro Pro XL. It’s built on a lightweight aluminum frame for explosive acceleration that snaps you out of the gate and keeps you at the front of the pack. Holding your line in the corners at speed is key, so they spec a chromoly tapered fork for precision steering and confident cornering. And its spec sheet reads like a racer's wish list: 2-piece aluminum cranks, a ProMax brake, Pivotal saddle, and Alienation rims fitted with Kenda rubber. Get the holeshot, cross the finish line first, and become a part of Haro's history on your Pro XL.
Fitbikeco's Pledge prowls the streets lookng for that next big line. Featuring a chromoly downtube and toptube, this bike is made to hold up to techy, innovative lines. Chromo cranks turn 25/9 gearing and Revenge rims wrapped in Fit tires stick to whatever surface you decide to ride on. Fit Benny grips are comfy to hold, and plastic pedals grip your shoes but not handrails or ledges. So go ahead, hit that grind and don't look back.
$539.99 - $599.99 $599.99 Up To 10% Savings
FitBikeCo's Prospect mines the gold of the streets with a chromoly toptube and downtube, light so taking to the air is casual, tough so it's not "ride over" whe the landing gets tough. This bike is made to hold up to inspiring lines with cromo cranks turn 25/9 gearing, tall 8.7-inch bars give you leverage, and fat Fit tires stick to whatever surface you decide to ride on. Flangless grips are comfy to hold, and nylon pedals grip your shoes without eating your shins while keeping the weight down.
$629.99 - $674.99
WeThePeople serves up Justice with a bit of attitude on the side. Borrowing features from pro-level bikes, this shredder's frame comes in two sizes with chromoly down tube, top tube and chainstays for boosted strength. The chainstays and seatstays are tapered for added compliance while trimming weight. Salt's multi-surface Strike tires encase their 36-hole rims which are powered by tubular chromo cranks turning a 26/9 drivetrain. The handlebars are sized to match the frame, Salt Moto brake scrubs speed, a one-piece seat and post minimize weight, and you can get your grind on with a set of pegs.
Mike Aitken has long been considered one of BMX's premier riders, and his influence is apparent in Fitbikeco’s Aitken 1. Featuring a chromoly front triangle, this bike holds up to elaborate, innovative lines, and all the scrapes that get you there. Tubular chromoly cranks turn 25/9 gearing and fat Fit tires stick to whatever surface you decide to session. Tall 9-inch bars give you leverage and the Long Tech grips are comfy to hold, while Odyssey's Twisted pedals grip your shoes yet let you grind on handrails and ledges.
Fitbikeco’s BF 1 builds on Brian Foster’s wealth of experience to bring you an awesome bike modeled after the legend’s own setup. The chromoly top tube, down tube, and head tube strengthen the whole bike, while the tapered fork keeps weight down. 29-inch bars give plenty of leverage, strong 8-spline chromoly cranks turn a sealed cassette hub, and grippy Fit tires wrap Revenge SW1 rims. A 990 brake helps control manuals, Fit Savage grips are comfy to hold, and Odyssey Twisted PC pedals grip your shoes but slide on handrails or ledges.
Fitbikeco’s VH 1 is a street machine, just like its legendary namesake Van Homan. The chromoly top tube, down tube, and head tube strengthen the whole bike, while the tapered fork keeps weight down. Tall 8.7-inch bars give plenty of leverage, grippy Fit tires wrap Revenge SW1 rims, and strong 8-spline chromoly cranks turn a sealed cassette hub. A 990 brake helps control manuals, Fit Team grips are comfy to handle, and Odyssey's tough plastic pedals hold your shoes but still slide like butter on handrails or ledges.
Dan Conway dares to take the lines less traveled, so you know Fitbikeco's Conway 1 is ready to take you there, too. The chromoly front triangle takes the brunt of your most aggressive drops and wall rides, while a chromoly 8-spline crank gets you up to speed in a hurry. The Conway 1 rolls on Revenge SW1 rims wrapped in Fit rubber so you know your landing gear is rough, rugged, and sticky for tight lines. The 8.7-inch handlebars gives you plenty of leverage and Fit Savage grips are easy on your hands even when you're not. Top it off with Odyssey's Twisted PC pedals that grip your shoes and grind like a boss on handrails and ledges.
$639.99 - $659.99
The Arcade is one stylish ride built to shred it all. This year the Arcade gets a shorter 13.2-inch chainstay and 165mm cranks, giving it a more responsive and modern feel. You’ll also find, on top of the Salt EX sealed cassette hub and WeThePeople Tripod seat and post combo, some new components from Salt including the EX grips and Tracer 2.35-inch tires front and in the rear due to the super wide Salt Moto XL brake. Whether it’s the Matt Black with a smattering of Oil Slick parts, or the mystical Smoked Chrome version, you have one incredible bike that rides just as good as it looks.
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