Born on the dirt tracks of Southern California in the 1970s, BMX has quickly grown to one of the most fun, accessible and social forms of cycling. Hit the park, ride some dirt or pull a bunnyhop on the flatland, BMX is always adrenaline fuelled fun.
Bikes are characterized by steel or alloy frames, single speed gearing, 20” wheels and riser handlebars with modifications dependent on the type of BMX you are riding. Add pegs for tricks and stunts and a gyro to allow you to turn your bars a full 360 degrees.
After something with heritage? Take a look at BMX bikes from GT.