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 2.25 inch park tires, and the Rival is ready for a serious neighborhood shred session.
- Fits riders 4'2" – 5'2"
The Redline Romp was designed for your first trip to the trails or drop-in at the skatepark. The Romp entry-level BMX bike has a proven freestyle geometry, 25/9 gearing, and chromoly steel 3-piece cranks, allowing you to experience many BMX "firsts." The cassette hub and micro gearing also help clear ramps and jumps better because they're smaller and lighter weight.
- Sizing: 4'5" – 5'7" Riders
The Redline Recon is a freestyle BMX bike that is ready to hit the skate park, pump track, and trails. Micro gearing, big-box bars, Monster padded saddle, sealed mid-BB, and rear cassette hub make this a greet choice for the intermediate rider.
- Fits riders 4'5" – 5'7"
In a world of ever more specific categories of bikes, the Redline RL-275 is in a category of its own. This BMX bike for adults looks like a classic BMX cruiser, until you take a gander at the Tektro mechanical disc brakes and those ultra fat 3-inch wide tires mounted on 27.5 Plus size rims. The Vee Speedster tires roll fast and grip the corners on both pavement and dirt. They also give you some float if you decide to take a short-cut down a staircase or cruise on the beach. With retro graphics and a V-style handlebar, the RL-275 gives you an old-school look with new-school spec.
- Fits riders 5'4" – 6'2"