Before the Quadangle, there was the STR-1. This dates back to the late 1970's when Stu Thomsen was SE Racing's National #1 pro and the sport's first superstar. His signature frame at the time was the Stu Thomsen Replica-1. This STR-1 frame had a unique design with both of the double down tubes wrapping underneath the bottom bracket shell and continuing around the Looptail rear end all the way back to the seat tube. Less than ten STR-1's were ever produced, and over the years these frames became almost mythical and the most sought after frames of all time in the vintage BMX world. Fast forward nearly 40 years to today and SE brings you the STR-26. This bike comes with an authentic SE Racing x Stu Thomsen trading card personally signed by Stu.
A BMX fat bike? Only SE Bikes could do something as radical while staying true to the sport. The Fat Ripper 26 wears huge 26x3.5 tires mated to 55mm-wide rims that absolutely mash over everything. The aluminum frame is based on the original PK Ripper design, with a looptail rear, strong chromoly fork, and frame gussets for extra street-pounding muscle. Front and rear mechanical disc brakes supply plenty of power, and a vintage vinyl padset adds to the fun.
A staple in BMX for nearly as long as the sport has been in existence, the 26" OM Flyer was originally designed by and named after SE's founder, Scot "Old Man" Breithaupt. This bike captures the essence of BMX's past four decades. It's built to last with a 4130 Cr-Mo tubing looptail frame, Cowboy Cut forks and sturdy 26" wheels with sealed bearing high-flange hubs and double-wall rims.
The 29" Big Flyer is "wheelie" a dream come true! SE went deep into the design lab to create the raddest, baddest, and most affordable 29" BMX bike on the market. This ground-breaking bike wheelies like a dream and comes equipped with an SE Bikes pad set, Rad Plate, and Wheelie pegs.
The So Cal Flyer turns heads wherever it rolls. With its 6061 aluminum frame, 24-inch wheels, and retro vibe, it's easily mistaken for a super high-end ride from built from scratch. But with a wise choice of parts and impeccable style, the price of this bike remains within reach.
The Everyday is the perfect bike to start shredding on. With 3-piece cranks, mid-bottom bracket, and extra-wide 2.3" tires, this bike is ready to get rad.
Equally at home on the track or just ripping around the neighborhood, the Ripper hits it all with speed and style. The lightweight aluminum frame and Landing Gear fork create a snappy ride, and the SE padset and number plate are ready for starting-gate action.
Explore the neighborhood with the kids or go for a leisurely Sunday stroll at the bike path astride SE's Palisade 7. It's tailor-made for comfort riding, with an upright riding position, cushy saddle, and suspension seatpost that takes the edge off road vibrations. The light aluminum frame and fork roll on big 700C wheels for smooth-rolling fun all day long. Shimano lends a trusty 7-speed drivetrain that gives you all the right gears for a spin with the kids. And, with linear-pull brakes at the ready, you can always modulate your speed when you're rolling up to the stop sign at the corner.
Start your little one out right with SE's Bronco 12. It features a low-profile steel frame for excellent handling and loads of standover clearance, while the fine components make this ride one that's built to last. The Bronco 12 has a coaster brake to help them learn the ins and outs of stopping and control. And, this bike comes with training wheels to really get them going.
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