Bmx bikes for dirt jumping are designed to be ridden on dirt tracks, with jumps and berms. They usually have a smaller frame and wheels than a traditional bmx bike, and are designed for more aggressive riding.
20 Best Bmx Bikes For Dirt Jumping
1. RoyalBaby RB18B-6B Freestyle Kids Bicycle, Blue – 18 inch
Frame/Fork: Pulse TIG welded steel 1.2mm frame and BMX TIG welded steel fork with leading edge dropouts
Wheels/Tires: Steel 20 hole rims with rubber wide 2.4 inch knobby tires with custom Royal Baby tread
Drivetrain: Enclosed chainguard, non-slip resin pedal with reflector and one piece crank
Includes: Water bottle and cage, bell, assembly tools, kickstand
The Royalbaby freestyle bike for boys’ or girls’ has patented components designed specifically with the needs of children in mind. It includes all the tools necessary to assemble the bicycle, including a pump, so that this bike can hit the sidewalk in no time.
Very very pleased with this bike, my 9 year old son loves it and the way OutdoorToys. com packaged and sent the bike was really great too. Minimal assembly required, took my oldest son less than half hour to fit it up.
My 9 year old was on pedals with his previous bike, we bought this bike at Christmas and he is already riding this bike with no pedals and very confidently, the braking and overall structure of the bike is really good too, also the bike is not too heavy and very manageable for him, the seat height adjustment is very useful and good for him too.
My son wants to ride his bike every day now and he uses the bike for bike it club after school as well. My son has Autism and Adhd and I chose this bike because of the detailed description from OutdoorToys.
com explaining that the bike is designed also in mind for Children with special needs, in terms of the braking, pedals etc. Don’t hesitate to bike this bike for your child, it’s well worth the money, and delivery from OutdoorToys.
com is exceptional along with the packaging. I don’t ever do reviews and I am an independent customer so giving yiu review from my own personal experience and having own the bike for my son. Thank you OutdoorToys.
The legendary DTH tread pattern from our BMX line, sized up for 26 wheels. With a smooth, grooved-slick design, the DTH is the perfect choice for riding skateparks, dirt jumps, or creating your own urban adventure.
Specifications Wire Bead A rigid metal wire is utilized as bead material in applications where ultimate strength is needed and transportability is not a factor. Single Compound One compound throughout the tread optimized for longevity and performance.
Threads Per Inch (TPI) The number of threads that cross through one square inch of a single ply of the tire’s casing. Lower TPI gives better puncture, cut and abrasion resistance but is heavier. Higher TPI conforms better to the terrain, offering a smoother, more comfortable ride while reducing the weight of the tyre.
Maxxis TPI ratings are the threads-per-inch of a single casing ply, as compared to some competitor TPI ratings.
In and of itself the tire is very good. It’s heavy which I don’t really like. This could be mitigated by making the tire in a 2. 3, but Maxxis doesn’t make this tire in a 2. 3. If it came tubeless that is another way to cut down the weight, but I don’t think it is tubeless.
What I do like about the tire is its durability, cushion and grip. The thing can take a beating but impacts aren’t as atrocious as they can be with a 2. 1. Does good for the wrists. The rollability is decent but not the best.
I’d like to see less “negative space”, that is, to say conversely, more “knob surface”, as I think this would help with the rollability. But I’m not a tire engineer. I’m just kinda guessing here. Overall it’s a great tire.
wish they could shave the weight and make smoother. Would help with instantaneous momentum increases and rollability, i. e. would strain my quads a little less. This could all probably be mitigated by using a DTH but the DTH has been out in 2.
3 for about 3-6 months now. That’s half a year of my life. fwiw. Pick up the pace Maxxis.
This is a great tire. I meant to order the larger ones, but these were so light that I decided to keep them. This tire reminds me somewhat of an old “Snakebelly” BMX tire, or a park/street tire, which of course is exactly what it is.
I weighed both at 554 grams on a triple beam scale. Supple casing, smooth rolling. More expensive tires are lighter and the casing is higher quality so the tire is more supple. A more supple tire rolls over bumps more smoothly as opposed to a cheaper casing having more tendency to bounce off the object it impacts.
I’m running these at 40 psi because rolling resistance can be somewhat counterintuitive. High pressure may not deliver a hugely higher speed, but will give a bumpier ride for sure.
Got the 120tpi in 26×2. 3 for use on my Motiv Sherpa e-assist cargo bike. Replaced a worn set of Kenda SB8s, difference is night and day. The DTH is very fast, has great traction, and unrivaled comfort.
The way they corner reminds me of a motorcycle street race tire, and yet they still perform well on fire roads and jeep trails. I couldn’t be happier with the gumwall DTH tires, they are magnificent.
At just 850 grams, the Sanction is Bell’s low-profile full-face helmet aimed at dirt shredders and BMX riders who dont need the more robust Full-9 or Transfer-9. The Sanction has become the choice of adults who want full-face protection but prefer a smaller size and profile.
If youre riding a chairlift, go with a Full-9 or Transfer-9. But if youre pedaling BMX or dirt jumps, this helmet will serve you well.
Being so lightweight, I had no problem choosing this for my 5 y/o dipping his toes into BMX. It seems well built, is even lighter than expected, and he says it’s comfortable on the head. Of course, the dark, matte finish makes sure it also passes the all important style test.
Is this something you’d wear on a downhill track? Probably not. But for a child on a BMX track, I feel better knowing he has a quality Bell helmet on, and is much better protected, than if he was wearing an open face helmet.
Overall, great value for money. A known, proven brand. And a lightweight, but safe, helmet. Couldn’t ask for more. Can’t complain about bicyclesonline either. After a small issue getting the site to work (probably me), I was contacted by a helpful staff member, who fixed everything up in a blink.
I mostly ride trails but spending a bit more time in lift access gravity parks (Thredbo MTB) and wanted a little more protection. The Sanction was a good option for the $. Understanding that is a simple Helmut (no MIPS etc).
Im a average size guy and wear a Medium no worries. I wear googles with the lid too no issues. Great for the price.
It feels damn right: the Grifter saves almost half the weight compared to normal freestyle tyres. Your tricks work so much easier because you save a lot of power. The high-pressure carcass with 120 TPI and the dual compound tread make landings safe at any angle.
It can handle much more than other tyres and lasts an extremely long time. The Grifter is our most popular freestyling tyre because it rolls well and the large volume cushions hard landings well. Exo ProtectionThis extremely cut and abrasion resistant material protects the sidewall of various MTB tyres.
It is very tightly woven, light and very flexible. As a result, the performance of the tyres remains convincingly good.
Previously had Bontragger stock MTB tires that came with my Trek X-Caliber 7. I commute 16k/daily on urban streets in Japan. Been rolling on them for about a month, and I really like them! Obviously, much smoother and quieter on asphalt than standard MTB tires.
I’d def recommend them if you ride street and want something fast, yet tactile and smooth.
The Kush 2 is still one of the best-selling BMX bikes in the UK! More than 80,000 Kush 2 BMXs have made it onto the streets and skateparks since its inception. The demand for this model continues to grow so weve tweaked and refined the Kush 2 throughout its lifetime to keep the geometry up to date, the parts are strong and reliable and some killer colourways to top it off!.
For kids with a sense of adventure, the Kent International Ambush BMX bike offers an amazingly smooth, stylish ride that will keep them entertained for hours of active fun. Made by Kent International, this awesome kids’ bike is designed with front and rear hand brakes for convenience and safety.
Optimized for amazing tricks, this BMX bike boasts a four-bolt alloy stem, alloy rims and front pegs; it’s also lightweight and sturdy with a durable steel frame. The Kent International Ambush BMX bike features a modern design, so boys will love using it to shred the neighborhood streets.
The bike looks cool. Ours was missing a brake pad in the back which we didn’t realize until today when my son dropped his bike, as kids do, and the front brake lever just broke off of the handlebar. We took it to get fixed and the guy at the shop said they’re not great quality, they’re just plastic.
I got them replaced and had a brake pad added. So basically, I spent $40 to make a brand new bike useable. I think for a bike that’s above $100 it should be better quality. Especially with the safety of children at stake.
Get on! Tough to beat this great kids Kent Ambush 20″ BMX bike when you consider the price. Being stuck at home, our 7 year old son has been out riding his bike around our culdesac more than ever before.
His 16″ bike was just too small so we decided to upgrade to a 20″ BMX style bike. Glad we went with the Kent Ambush as it is a great all-around bike for the price (exceptional value). Our son loves the Black/Red/White color combo.
Everything is easily adjustable with basic wrench sets so you can size it properly for your kid. Seat height, handle bar tilt, and brakes adjust easily to ensure comfort and safety. The chain guard and kickstand are nice features to protect your kid and the bike.
Set up was fairly easy. You only have to “install” (or connect) the front tire, handle bars, bike seat, pedals (foot pads only) and front brakes (pulling cable taut and pad alignment with wheel/rim).
You will also have to add air to the tires so be sure you have some type of bike pump or compressor (with tool for tires). The most difficult part of set up is connecting the front brakes, ensuring the brake cable is pulled taut so the brake pads stop the bike.
Probably helps to have a 2nd person help with that step but I was able to do it myself. Should only take a 1/2 hour or so to get set up. Our son has not stopped riding his new bike, riding off curbs and down steps, and racing his friends, things he couldn’t do on his smaller bike.
Note that he rides with a friend who has a $300 Haro BMX bike. Tough to tell the difference the way the kids use them, other than the weight of the bike itself if you have to load it into a car. The more expensive bikes are typically much lighter.
But at this age (7-8), that doesn’t matter. I highly recommend this bike as a great 20″ starter BMX!! Get it!.
My son entered the Winter Nationals as a 13 Novice on his Kent Ambush. He loves the handling. He made the Mains all three days, (beating several sponsored riders on bikes between $400 and $1,000 with one exceeding $2,000.
) I put another brand’s pads on it for safety. Bike 812. Watch the races on YouTube (2021 Winter Nationals) to see a Kent Ambush beating numerous “high end” aluminum and carbon fiber bikes. True, the Kent is a tiny bit heavier than ideal and it needed a bigger front sprocket than it came with, but essentially it’s ready to race and the handling isn’t twitchy.
Pretty close to a race bike for under $100. My son wants a sponsorship from Kent and to stay on Kent products.
Now featuring a sealed front hub, this all terrain slayer rolls smoother than ever. Packed full of aftermarket parts from ECLAT including the Bios Pivotal seat and Pure seat clamp, the CRS looks and rides like a bike twice the price tag.
The geometry has been tailored to allow for greater progression for the younger generation. The super short 12. 75” chainstays, 165mm cranks and shorter 26mm fork gives the CRS a snappy and agile ride perfect for learning and advancing on.
SALT “AM” alloy hub, fully sealed, 3/8”s axle, 36h
SALT “FRACTION” rim, single wall, 36h
SALT “FRACTION” rim, single wall, 36h
SALT “AM” pivotal seat post
ÉCLAT “PURGE” 6061-T6 forged alloy seat clamp
SALT “TRACER” 2.35″ front & rear
Top Tube Length
Rear End Length
Chain Stay Length
Head Tube Angle
Seat Tube Angle
Bottom Bracket Height
Stand Over Height
Bar Back Sweep
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Reviews From Real Customers
Good price the only place that had it online at this price. Fast shipping handling time just ok took a few days to ship. But not horrible. Came in great condition very pleased. Saved this site to my favorites 4 sure.
The kush 1 is our entry level 20 inch BMX bike, and it’s perfect for beginners who want to bash about the streets or the skate park. With updated geometry and sharing many of the same high quality components as our kush 2, kush 2+ and madmain BMX lines this is a great first bike!.
Our new Gusta model is exactly what you would expect from a mafia! Just as badass as our 20” BMXs but for the younger riders that will benefit from a smaller, tighter and lighter bike. The Gusta is decked out with the same bullet proof parts as our bigger 20” bikes and coupled with its responsive geometry it really is one of the best completes on the market for the price and size.
The 2022 Kink Kicker 18 BMX Bike is built with younger riders in mind who arent quite ready to make the jump to their first 20 bike. With similar components to the Kink Launch model this bike doesnt compromise on any specs.
Geometry on the Kicker 18 bike is specifically tailored in all aspects and is again not simply a smaller bike. All parts and components work together to create the perfect bike for younger and shorter riders.
The Kink Cloud is Kink Pro team rider Travis Hughes’ signature bike. If you’ve seen Travis ride, you know there is just about nothing he can’t do on a bike, and the Cloud is based on his personal geometry preferences.
Component wise, the Kink Cloud has got you covered with the included four plastic pegs and rear freecoaster wheel. The epic Gloss Iridescent Chrome colorway really sets this bike apart without being too flashy, and graphics inspired by Travis’s design ideas really finish off the look of this bike.
In addition to the full 100% 4130 chromoly frame and fork, the Cloud features an amazing list of components. This model comes with aftermarket Kink Rex 9. 5” 13-butted 100% 4130 chromoly bars, Kink Ericsson Stealth seat, and Kink 2.
4” Sever tires front and rear. The integrated seat clamp, removable brake design, and Mission Dispatch freecoaster rear wheel solidify the aftermarket look and feel to this bike. To top it all off, the Cloud of course comes standard with four Mission Targa plastic pegs.
Radio MY21 Evol BMX Bike – 20. 3″ TT – The Evol enters 2021 with a fresh injection of new parts and flavour. A solid entry level machine with everything you need to start making serious progression with your riding.
Boasting a crmo toptube and a sealed integrated headset and Mid-sized bottom bracket, details like the big logo Radio Rookie tires and Oil Slick sprocket make the Evol something very special and unique.
The 2022 Kink Curb is a great option for riders who are ready for their first 20″ bike but aren’t quite tall enough for a full-size frame. Kink has made sure that this model can perform by including aftermarket parts from themselves and Mission BMX such as Kink forks with tapered legs, Kink bars, and Mission cranks.
The Kink Curb is perfect for learning new tricks and riding technique.
One the most anticipated bikes in BMX, the CRS is back for 2021 with even more bang for your buck. Now featuring a sealed front hub, this all terrain slayer rolls smoother than ever. Packed full of aftermarket parts from ECLAT including the Bios Pivotal seat and Pure seat clamp, the CRS looks and rides like a bike twice the price tag.
The geometry has been tailored to allow for greater progression for the younger generation. The super short 12. 75” chainstays, 165mm cranks and shorter 26mm fork gives the CRS a snappy and agile ride perfect for learning and advancing on.
A bike truly built with vision, the CRS is unlike anything else.
The 2021 Kink Switch BMX Bike is really exciting. This beast is constructed using full 100% 4130 chromoly throughout the entire frame, fork and handlebar set. Complimenting this strong, durable structure are sealed bearings everywhere; headset, bottom bracket, and both front and rear hubs.
Topping off all the great functionality, the Switch comes in a Matte Gravity Purple colorway.
Simply put the Kink Roaster is designed to be a kid’s first BMX bike. The 12 wheel and frame size make it an easy transition from a balance bike and means kids will feel completely comfortable on their first pedaling bike.
Once again this bike isn’t simply a bike with 12 wheels or merely a miniaturized BMX bike. It factors into account standard BMX geometry and applies them to a younger child’s size and needs. The Gloss Machine Red colorway really shines while the bike sports some great components throughout.
In addition to the miniaturized 5 Kink Puma CC bars and 12 Kink Lance forks the Roaster features a coaster brake in lieu of a lever-based brake system that could be too difficult for some children to use at a young age.
The seatstay bridge has been designed to accept a caliper brake or 990 brake plate for those looking to add a lever style brake as well. Note Designed for children ages 4 and up. Seat height adjustable from 15.
Simply put, the Kink Roaster is designed to be a kid’s first BMX bike. The 12-inch wheel and frame size make it an easy transition from a balance bike and means kids will feel completely comfortable on their first pedaling bike.
Once again, this bike isn’t simply a bike with 12-inch wheels or merely a miniaturized BMX bike. It factors into account standard BMX geometry and applies them to a younger child’s size and needs. The Gloss Digital Red colorway really pops while the bike sports some great components throughout.
In addition to the 5-inch Kink T500 bars and 12-inch Kink Lance forks, the Roaster features a coaster brake in lieu of a lever-based brake system, that could be too difficult for some children to use at a young age.
The seatstay bridge has been designed to accept a caliper brake or 990 brake plate for those looking to add a lever-style brake as well. Note: Designed for children ages 4 and up. Seat height adjustable from 15.
The Kink Williams is the flagship model in our line and our only signature bike with Kink Pro team rider Nathan Williams’ name on it. The Williams is a no-compromises bike that gets as close to Nathan’s personal ride as possible with a much more friendly price tag.
Stacked with aftermarket parts and superior manufacturing and materials, the Williams bike is the best-of-the-best in BMX–no question. The bright Gloss Mirror Red colorway is truly unique and shows off the craftsmanship of the frame.
The frame itself features a double-butted toptube and downtube. This is paired up to aftermarket Kink Foundation II forks with a short 26mm offset and aftermarket Kink Williams 9. 25-inch rise heat-treated bars.
The impressive aftermarket components list continues with a Cinema Rewind 25T sprocket, Cinema Sync half-link chain, Cinema Williams 2. 5-inch tires, and Cinema Martinez stem. The 2021 Williams also features Kink Ridge 48-spline cranks Cinema ZX wheelset with four nylon hub guards and four Cinema C4 pegs–making this bike truly ready to ride straight out of the box.
The Performer JC-26X Rear Suspension Tadpole Recumbent Trike now FOLDS! The foldable JC-26X features a durable aircraft-grade 6061 aluminum frame, Tektro levers, and Michelin tires, plus the FRP (Fiber Reinforced Plastic) cushion mesh seat with a headrest or a Full Mesh seat and a headrest.
The Chrome Moly fork means superior strength but not extra weight.
Upzy was fast and I had no problems with my order. Trike came much faster than I expected, and arrived well packaged and in good shape. Price was cheaper than anywhere else I could find, and the TRIKE is awesome! The instructions are pretty simplistic and I recommend watching the youtube assembly video by RBR, it was fantastic.
I used the tools that came with the JC-26X to assemble and they worked well, they are also my foundation of ride along tools for the trike when I am riding away from my house. Get a tire pump with a gauge with presta valve fill ability! Trikes tire pressure is more adjustable that your old mountain or bmx bike, (you cannot, with most trike tires, tell the pressure with the old squeeze method) and you will need to experiment with the tire pressure that combines the best feel for your conditions, mine are at 60 PSI currently and its a nice mix of vibration absorption and sharp handling.
Tire pressure ranges at 37 PSI to 72 PSI. It took me 3 days to fully build. The first day I rode it by 9PM after starting at 2PM with assembly. But I didn’t install any of the extra’s. Do not overly loosen the clip pedals tensioner, or the threaded plate can pop off and I have not been able to get it back on yet, after 5 hours or messing with it.
I had another set of clip pedals thankfully! Highly recommend getting shoes that clip to the pedals, much safer. You otherwise run the risk of running over your foot/feet/legs with the front tires. My dad has done it on his trike and said it hurt ALOT and he wasn’t going fast.
Top speed so far is 28. 8 MPH. Careful with the steering at speed it is really sensitive.
The trike arrived within a few days after it was shipped. It took about two weeks altogether. I ordered the milky white color. I expected more after watching the reviews raving about the paint jobs. Mine had a run and sag in the paint albeit in an inconspicuous place.
What really bothered me was the scratches down to the metal on the cross piece in plain view. Good thing they send touch up paint. Thankfully there were no dents in the aluminum frame. The scratches could have been because of UPS throwing the package around, something I sometimes think they do deliberately.
But I can’t be sure as I was in such a hurry to unbox the unit I didn’t take notice of damaged packing materials. Other than the paint issues, I think the quality of the trike is quite good. I did order the chain adjuster for multiple riders from the USA dealer of Performance and made the mistake of ordering the extra chain, thinking it was a complete chain.
For 30 extra dollars, it was a foot of chain that I didn’t need, and to add insult to injury, a mismatched connecting link. So if you order the chain adjuster, don’t order it with the “chain”. I also noticed the rear tire wasn’t seated quite right on the bead, so deflated it and found the tube was pinched.
Assembly instructions are weak, but a u-tube search will give you an excellent guide.
Everything about this purchase was top notch. From the order, to the confirmation, to the expected delivery date, to the follow up, were all first rate. The product arrived a few days ahead of schedule and even though there was an intermediary vendor involved, It was smooth as silk.
The trike I purchased is beautiful and well made and partially assembled. The finish assembly instructions which came with the product need some work (OK, a lot of work). I would not hesitate to purchase here again.
The trike itself had a crushed derailleur mount (the screw was driven too hard), but as another reviewer mentioned, a replacement came in the box of parts. I, too had the extra bar in the kit and it wasn’t until after I had spent almost an hour trying to set the toe in, I realized the extra bar is exactly for that.
ICE uses one in their toe in video on YT. Mine also has an independent boom clamp sleeve which fits over the end of the boom frame. Terra Cycle makes some quick release boom clamps which will fit that sleeve nicely.
I put one front fender on and didn’t like the look, so I took it back off. Now I’m looking for a mounting bar to clamp to the fender mount for my phone and stuff. I may just have to make one because I can’t find one.
Overall, I’m happy as a pig in **it about this trike. I have a well made, fast trike for half the price of the name brands.
Designed by pro rider Matt Jones with a mind-altering blend of modern trail geo and a dirt jump inspired frame style, it’s the perfect grab and go bike for everything from your local downhill mashers to the top secret jump line in the woods over yonder.
Maxxis Assegai Tires A beefy DH tire that’s been a fave since it was released, the Assegai is great in the front or rear of a hard charging setup. It has big blocky knobs that maximize grip in all conditions.
Shimano MT420 4 Piston Hydraulic Disc The BR-MT420 caliper features consistent braking performance and reliable stopping power in all conditions. The 4-piston caliper instills greater downhill confidence and control.
1×12 Drivetrain A mix of Shimano Deore, FSA, and Marin products keep this drivetrain inexpensive all while delivering great performance. X-Fusion Manic Dropper Post Series 3 6061 Double Butted Aluminum Frame From its advanced tube forms, threaded bottom bracket, and full internal cable routing, this frame leaves nothing to chance.
It’s made to exacting standards with today’s best technology.
Frame and geometry The Marin San Quentin offers modern aggressive geometry. The relatively steep seat angle really helps with climbs, while the slack head angle helps you descend with confidence. The first thing I noticed when I got mine was how much the frame sparkled in the sun.
I am 11 years old, 150cm tall (pretty short) and around 38kg (very light) so I got the small frame size. I think the reach is the right size for me but bigger people might feel cramped. One thing I think Marin should change in terms of geometry is the low stack which puts more of your weight over the front and can give you the feeling of going over the bars.
You can make this better though by putting all the spacers underneath the stem. I also think Marin should change the chainstay length over the different sizes to make every size feel equally as playful and the same.
The frame is about as compliant as most other aluminum hardtails but the tires kind of help with smoothing everything out. I like how it has a tapered headtube and a threaded bottom bracket. There is room for a large water bottle in the front triangle but there are no other bolts to store anything else.
The frame also has mounts for a chain guide and a bashguard. It is good that it has chainstay protection, but in the first week of riding the chain had already made a hole in it. Cable routing is okay but not amazing.
Components For the price, you get pretty good specs: Fork Instead of smoothly going through its travel, the Rockshox Recon fork kind of steps through it. Out of the five clicks of rebound the slowest two are pretty much unusable because of how ridiculously slow they are although 130mm of travel is the perfect amount, not too much but not too little.
But apart from that, the fork is good for the price. Shifter and derailleur The Shimano Deore shifter feels good and the derailleur shifts smoothly. Brakes The 2 piston hydraulic brakes feel good for me but someone heavier will probably need more power.
Dropper post The dropper post has had no problems so far and works pretty well, although the cable for it is far too long. Tires A big thing that I think I will need to upgrade are the tires. The tires are wire bead so you can’t run them tubeless, they are very heavy, they have good braking traction but are a bit unpredictable when cornering, the carcass is pretty flexible which smoothes out the bumps but it makes the tire want to roll a lot.
Rotors On bicycles online it says that the front rotor is 180mm and the rear is 160mm but on my bike it came with 180mm front and rear. I’m not sure if it was just my bike that came with a bigger rear rotor, but bigger rotors have more stopping power.
The cranks and bottom bracket are not listed on bicycles online’s website but they are both samox. Every other component works really well and hasn’t had any problems. Conclusion Most of the problems with this bike are so small that I almost forgot some of them.
The only real complaint is the tires and the stack height. Once you’re on the trails with this bike you just forget about all the little things and ride. The Marin San Quentin feels like a hardtail should feel.
It teaches you valuable skills like line choice and jumping. I recommend this bike for anyone who wants an aggressive hardtail at a reasonable price and who wants to push their bike hard.
Im really chuffed with the new bike. Glad I went with this Marin from bicycles online as it was a big call for me to spend this much. Coming from a beginner XC hardtail this bike feels insane and leaps and bounds better.
I honestly love this bike so much. I was in between sizes so went with the smaller size of the two which was choosing the large for me and that’s definitely the right choice if you want to be playful and poppy instead of big planted feel.
In terms of building the bike it was pretty easy, I’m really happy that the bike was packaged with reusable/recyclable materials: it pretty much came with 25 velcro frame straps for all the packless riding situations.
I did however change the brakes straight away as I had some better ones and wasn’t too keen on the beginner Shimano brakes this bike came with, although they do seem far better than any tektro brakes.
The bike coming with the lil torque wrench and other tools was really nice and the plastic pedals it came with are actually so good I might run them on my BMX bike (put my own pedals on this bike straight away).
It didn’t come with a shock pump though so you’ll need to get one to set up your sag and all that goodness. Overall I have 2 minor downsides: firstly the dropper cable came way too long, I had to cut about 250mm off to make it look neat.
Secondly, the rear brake cable came out of the frame on the left side when it would have been better to come out the right side with the dropper so you can run them together. When I changed my brakes I fixed this, but it could be quite annoying to anyone who enjoys a tidy cockpit.
Both of these things are easy easy fixes tho, and Shimano brakes are real easy to bleed if you swap the brake hose to the other outlet from the frame. So overall bike is fully sick 10/10 would recommend, and getting it from bicycles online is definitely worth it for the better experience (and crazy fast shipping-my bike got to me in QLD the day after dispatch).
The conclusion of bmx bikes for dirt jumping is that they are an excellent choice for riders who want a bike that can handle all types of terrain. They are also a good choice for riders who want a bike that is easy to maneuver and control.
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