SE's Everyday has a good reminder right on the top 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.
Jump on the Everyday and head to the park for an afternoon expression session. With 3-piece cranks, mid-bottom bracket, and 2.3-inch tires, this bike is ready to get rad.
The So Cal Flyer turns heads wherever it rolls. With its 6061 aluminum frame, 24-inch wheels, and retro vibe, it's easily mistaken for a super high-end ride from built from scratch. But with a wise choice of parts and impeccable style, the price of this bike remains within reach.
GT's Pro Performer is the bike that introduced freestyle to the world almost 30 years ago. This modern version ships with 26-inch wheels, a chromoly frame, fork, and handlebar, and promises to take your skills to a new level, just like the original did a whole generation ago. The Pro Performer's larger wheelset has the versatility you're looking for, whether you ride in the street or at the park. And it comes with class-defining BMX specs like the GT Power Series Alloy 3-piece crank, 16T freewheel and plastic pedals. The torch has been passed to you.
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.
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