GT helped define BMX from the beginning, so you know their Mach One Mini is the perfect introduction to junior racing. The rugged aluminum frame is light and tough, and the fork is ready to rail berms and clean doubles. This sweet rig also features a powerful linear-pull brake, quick-rolling 20-inch wheels, and dirt-ready Kenda Race tires.
Breaking the barrier to racing BMX shouldn’t cost an arm and a leg. GT's Mach One Pro delivers race-ready specs at a wallet-friendly price to make sure anyone who wants to get into BMX can get on the track. The stiff and lightweight aluminum frame gets all the power from the pedals to the track with a euro bottom bracket for easy bearing changes and sealed reliability. Tubular chromoly cranks spin up lightweight alloy wheels with GT Wing tires delivering solid traction with low rolling resistance. A linear pull brake delivers all the stopping power you need, while GT Uni Pro saddle and GT Race bars keep you piloting with precision.
Get your head in the game and your mind on the track with the GT Speed Series BMX bikes and frames. The lightest aluminum race frame on the market features a race-ready geometry and quick-change dropouts so you are prepared for every condition the day throws your way
Get your head in the game and your mind on the track with the GT Speed Series Pro. The lightest aluminum race frame on the market features a race-ready geometry and quick-change dropouts so you are prepared for every condition the day throws your way. High-end components from BOX marks a serious race machine, and the drivetrain has been specifically spec'd for light weight, stiffness, and snappy power transfer. This bike flies over doubles like they're one big roller, and gets you in and out of a berm faster than you can think. When every pedal stroke counts, count on Speed Series.
Premium's Subway rolls on 36-hole alloy rims wrapped in 2.4-inch CK tires to keep you on track no matter how sketchy things get. Three-piece chromoly cranks, 25/9 gearing, and a rear brake provide the necessary tools to move, while 8.75-inch (20.5 TT) or 9-inch (21 TT) bars and a Fat Capitol Pivotal seat/post combo give you the control to stomp huge airs.
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