The line between dirt and freestyle is blurred these days. When you need a bike that does it all, hop on GT's Slammer. It starts with a tough steel frame and fork, 3/8-inch axles, and 3-piece cranks so it can handle ramps, ledges, and urban landings. The stout 36-spoke wheels don't hurt, either. And, since the world is your bike park, you've got a single rear brake cable for a super clean and versatile setup.
GT's Performer is pretty much the bike that introduced freestyle to the world almost 30 years ago. This modern version promises to take your skills to a new level, just like the original did a whole generation ago. Boasting a tough hi-ten frame, stout 20-inch aluminum wheels, and a sealed Mid bottom bracket, the Performer is ready to carry out the craziest of tricks. And it comes with class-defining BMX spec like 3-piece tubular-chromoly cranks, 25/9 micro gearing with a 1-piece driver and plastic pedals. The torch has been passed to you.
Push the limits of your abilities with GT's Team. Inspired by GT's own BMX team riders, Brian Kachinsky, Jason Phelan, and Rob Wise, these classically designed bikes give you the confidence you need to learn the foundations as well as master some of the craziest tricks out there. All three versions of GT's Team have a durable Chromoly Front Triangle frame design, sealed MID bottom bracket and GT's pivotal seat system. Unique graphics, handlebars, grips, and tires on each Team give you the freedom to choose which team YOU want to be on!
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.
Mike Buff is a BMX pioneer who helped introduce freestyle BMX to the world. As one of the original godfathers of freestyle, Mike rode a PK Ripper in the early 1980s when he was a member of the legendary BMX Action Trick Team. The Mike Buff Big Ripper resonates with the same style of the PK Ripper that Mike made famous, but this year’s version is built with big ol’ 29-inch wheels. The bike comes equipped with a Mike Buff BMX Action padset, Rad Plate, Wheelie pegs and an authentic SE Racing/Mike Buff trading card personally signed by Buff. The Mike Buff Big Ripper is the definition of radness.
The king of retro wears red, and this year's Floval Flyer Looptail 24 can't get any redder. Or is that radder? Matching the gold anodized stem and seatpost to the Skyway Tuff II's gold hubs is about as royal as it comes, but SE added Redline Flight cranks and sprocket to make sure everyone recognizes Kaiser Cruise as he rolls down the freshly swept streets of his dominion. Finishing touches include bear trap pedals, gumwall tires, and a vintage vinyl SE Racing padset.
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