BMX frames are generally made from steel or aluminium, with higher end bikes made from chromoly. Chromoly has a high strength to weight ratio, making it ideal for the rigours of BMX. The same goes for forks which are usually made from Hi-Ten steel or Chromoly, depending on the price point. Almost all adult BMX bikes roll with 20 inch tyres and size is usually measured by top tube length, with rider style and body size impacting the required top tube length. When it comes to choosing the right BMX bike for you, you need to weigh up style, comfort and performance so that you get the right BMX bike for your riding style.
BMX is arguably the most diverse and inclusive form of cycling out there, encompassing coastal cultures, urban stunt riding, and hard-nosed rural competition in a single, loosely drawn concept. Most BMX bikes fall into one of six categories. Race bikes are optimized for competition, with stiff frames and extremely specific sizing. Dirt, park, and street bikes all share the same rugged construction and steel-frame aesthetic, but they are each subtly optimized for a particular venue. Most racers south of middle age will want a inch wheel.
Kent Pro 20 Boy's Freestyle Bike. Getting on bikes and traveling from one place to another is no fun anymore. Everyone does that. Well, BMX bikes are much more than that and you can use it for extreme sports. We do not mean to brag about how cool riding on these superb bikes would be.