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Norco Volt
$379.99
Norco's Volt has the spark you'll need to get off the ground. This jumping machine is made from Norco chromoly and steel and features a 20.5-inch top tube and 3-piece tubular-chromoly cranks, so you can hit the big stuff with the best. You also get tough aluminum rims wrapped with versatile tires for a good grip on all surfaces. Plus, the handlebar is nice and wide for tons of leverage when pulling tricks and the Tektro brake is there to keep your speed in check.
Norco Brigade
$309.00
Get a foot into the field of BMX with Norco's Brigade. It boasts a legit Norco steel frame and fork to withstand session after session of smooth and not-so-smooth runs. For wheels, there are stout Alex rims wrapped with versatile tires that grip hard on all surfaces. You also get a Tektro brake to scrub speed so you can nail any line and a 9-tooth driver gives you a big gear for speed with lots of chain clearance. Rounding out the build are 3-piece tubular-chromoly cranks and Norco's bar, stem and integrated seat/post combo.
Giant GFR F/W
$300.00
Bunny hops, wheelies, backyard jumps. GFR helps young bmx shredders master all the tricks of the trade. With its sturdy, lightweight aluminum frame and tough components, GFR is designed to help young BMX riders as they progress. From those first bursts of speed to more advanced skills and tricks, it’s with them all the way. Features: - Aluxx Aluminum frame - Chromoly Steerer, High-Tensile Legs - Durable 6.55-inch steel handlebar - Simple single-speed drivetrain with a rear hand brake - Tough 20-inch alloy rims, alloy hubs
Giant GFR (Coaster Brake)
$239.99 $255.00 6% Savings
From the driveway to the dirt. The possibilities are endless with this rugged and lightweight BMX bike. With its dialed geometry and reliable components, the GFR is designed to help young BMX riders as they progress. From those first bursts of speed to more advanced skills and tricks, it’s with them all the way.
Giant GFR (Freewheel)
$280.00
From the driveway to the dirt. The possibilities are endless with this rugged and lightweight BMX bike. With its dialed geometry and tough components, the GFR is designed to help young BMX riders as they progress. From those first bursts of speed to more advanced skills and tricks, it’s with them all the way.
Norco Two50
$1,399.00
Just like the sessions they were designed to dominate, Norco’s Dirt/Street bikes are all about progression. Rider-inspired geometry is wrapped up in exceptionally stiff, sturdy and lightweight frames — so the Two50 delivers competition-level ride characteristics and long-term durability. Handpicked components like Manitou Circus Comp DJ fork, Maxxis DTH tires, Chromag bars and Tektro hydraulic disc brakes deliver maximum toughness and weight savings while pushing performance ever higher. Short chainstays, low standover, dialed head angles, and low BBs make the Two50 confident, highly maneuverable, and super fun to ride. Shovel not included.
Norco Two50 Frame
$399.00
Just like the sessions they were designed to dominate, Norco’s Dirt/Street bikes are all about progression. Rider-inspired geometry is wrapped up in exceptionally stiff, sturdy and lightweight frames – so the Two50 delivers competition-level ride characteristics and long-term durability. Short chainstays, low standover, dialed head angles, and low BBs make the Two50 confident, highly maneuverable, and super fun to ride. Build it up with your favorite parts and prepare to launch.
Free Agent Speedway Micro
$379.00
The Speedway Micro bears the same race-winning lineage that bigger Free Agent bikes have, just sized down to a 16.4-inch top tube, perfect for youngsters just getting into ripping up the track. It has what it takes to beat the competition, including a light, stiff aluminum frame with tough 130mm cranks to snap out of the gate and accelerate around the track with lightning-fast speed. The double-wall, alloy wheels with Maxxis DTH tires deliver durability for serious racing and the slightly scaled-down components supply all the tools necessary to get across the finish line first.
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