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Tough, Simple, and Cool. Show off your talents, ride with friends or just ride. What better way to enhance your skills. Choosing a bmx bike that speaks to your character. Have Fun... Our Selection is always changing so check back often.

GT Slammer
$429.99
The Slammer has the aspiring Olympic skatepark rider in mind. The frame's geometry is quick and responsive, allowing the bike to handle easier as the young rider builds up their strength. Items like a cable detangler, sealed mechanism 14mm axle, 9T cassette hub, and adjustable railed saddle are the little details that will allow this future champion to practice with confidence.
GT Performer 21
$474.99
One of the most iconic names in BMX, the Performer is built with the first time rider and former rider coming back to BMX. The frame is built with modern details like a MID bottom bracket and integrated headset. Each model spec'd with a sealed 3/8" front hub and Pivotal saddle, this isn't your dad's Performer.
GT Stomper Prime 26
$550.00
Built around our LegitFit system, the GT Stomper Prime has a lightweight aluminium frame, and is finished with suspension forks for a smooth feel and Shimano gears for long-lasting fun, ride after ride—off-road, on-road, on-gravel, living life. See you at the trails. - Improved Geometry bikes with the LegitFit system feature geometry adjustments to improve ergonomics for youth statures. The result: Increased stability, comfort and confidence for a wider range of riders. - Easier Pedaling bikes with the LegitFit system have their pedal positions moved slightly forward. The result: Makes it easier to pedal. - Better Positioning bikes with the LegitFit system have narrower crank and pedal positions that match the width of a child’s hips. The result: A stronger, more natural pedal stroke.
GT Laguna
$599.99
The Laguna is a great introduction into the world of mountain biking. - 6061-T6 Aluminum Frame for a high strength-to-weight ratio - 80mm suspension fork for trail riding fun and street riding efficiency
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