Derek has launched his own parts company… D’s donut bike co. Check out the first offerings from this hot new brand. Get em while they’re fresh!
Verde cranked up the looks, spec, and geometry on the Eon for 2017. This all new bike boasts a taller frame design draped in gloss translucent paint. Additional improvements include bigger bars, a custom V-On fat padded seat with integrated post, and it’s also available in an XL version for taller riders. If you think these… Read more »
Odyssey’s new multi-tool includes all the key bits to assemble and disassemble your bike on-the-go and retails at $29.99, making it the most affordable compact multi-tool available. It includes a 15mm and 17mm swappable pedal wrench, 4, 5, 6 and 8mm hex wrenches and a 17mm socket with an integrated storage compartment. The Travel Tool… Read more »
2018 Kink BMX bikes are starting to roll in to the shop! You get a lot for your money with these bikes, tons of quality parts to be found here! The paint on these bikes is a real upgrade this year, graphics are sick too. The gap XL comes in a 21″ long top tube… Read more »
Time to give your bmx bike a new look? We have a good selection of oil slick parts that will set your bike apart from the rest. Stems, sprockets, pedals, cranks, and pegs are just some of the items available in this unique finish.
The value you get with the Verde Cadet is almost too good to be true, it really is one of the best bikes out there for new riders not wanting to break the bank. This $340 bmx bike is a very much a reality, and we’ve got it available in the shop for you to… Read more »
The Heist is the optimal mid-level bike. Everything features fully sealed bearings for durability and there is a good amount of Chromoly tubing for higher strength and lighter weight. This bike is packed with a bunch of Stolen aftermarket parts. 26″ wheels will allow you to pedal all over town, while a progressive frame geometry… Read more »
Arguably one of the most anticipated bikes of the year, the 2017 Curse is the best it’s ever been. This year the bar was really raised (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… Read more »
Here’s a steal, get em while they last!
The 2017 Aaron Ross Forecaster comes stock with a Odyssey freecoaster. It is a $180 hub separately and this bike is only $479.99. Ask any rider out there and they will tell you it’s the most reliable freecoaster in the game. This hub is built using well known, industry standard, clutch-type internals for both reliability… Read more »