Pioneers of BMX
Redline was founded in 1970 as a manufacturer for motocross, speedway, and other racing bike components. They didn't actually involve themselves with BMX bikes until 1974. Their motivation? A bet from a local shop! As a result, Redline developed the first tubular chromoly fork...a product that would change BMX bikes forever.
During the 1980s they won just about everything that they could in BMX racing, firmly carving out a position for the brand in the history of the sport. Some of the most famous BMX riders of all time have ridden Redline bikes.
Today, Redline continues to produce quality BMX bikes and frames. Simple, strong, durable, and affordable, these bikes make it possible for young riders and veterans alike to maximize their BMX experience. Whether you ride street, park, race track, or trail, Redline has a quality bike ready for you to ride.
Redline Asset 20
The Redline Asset is where it begins to get real. Made for shredding the trails, skate park, and neighborhood streets. The Asset features big-box handlebars to assist with front end lift-off, Redline Monster pedals, Redline Integrated Monster headset, 100% chromo 3-piece tubular cranks with a sealed cartridge Mid BB, and a fully sealed aluminum rear hub. The Redline Asset comes equipped with Kenda Ticket 20 x 2.25 inch tires and a 1-piece padded saddle. This bike both looks and feels like a bike that costs twice as much!
An awesome intermediate shredder. The Redline Recon is a freestyle BMX bike that's ready to hit the skate park, pump track, and trails. Micro gearing, big-box bars, Monster padded saddle, rear cassette hub, and a sealed cartridge BB make this versatile BMX an excellent bang for the buck.
Redline's Romp is a perfect bike for "Firsts". Beginner riders will love your first trip to the trails or first drop-in at the skate park. With proven freestyle geometry, 25/9 gearing, Chromoly 3-piece cranks, and a Monster padded saddle, beginners are sure to have a great first experience...plus many more to come.
Set your little freestyler up to ride in cool, urban style with the Redline Rival. This entry-level 20 inch freestyle BMX bike is designed with a shorter 19-inch top tube for smaller riders. Add some 8 inch big-box bars and a top load stem for wheelie assist, a Redline Monster padded saddle, and 20 x 2.125 inch freestyle tires, and the Rival is ready for a serious neighborhood shred session.
The Redline Roam has race-inspired geometry, a high-tensile steel frame, and taller handlebars for easy maneuverability. The Roam features a freewheel for those looking to graduate from coaster brakes. Sporty racer graphics add some style, while 20 inch alloy rust-resistant wheels keep this bike in good shape through all the seasons. For kids ready to ride with hand brakes on the sidewalk, the bike path, or at the park, the Roam will open up a path to new adventures.