BMX Bikes - Street/Race, Dirt/Trail & Freestyle!

SE Racing OM Flyer Big Ripper SoCal Flyer at Talbot's Cyclery in San Mateo serving the San Francisco Bay Area

Find your flow on a SE Racing, Norco or Giant BMX bike.

From sessioning the street to banging gates, these bikes always dominate!

SE Racing Ripper Wildman Everyday SoCal Flyer Norco Bikes at Talbot's Cyclery in San Mateo Giant Bikes at Talbot's in San Mateo serving Burlingame, San Carlos, Redwood City and Palo Alto.

True BMX bikes started it all, back in the late sixties. They were knockoffs of motocross motorcycles and were designed for racing over jumps and around berms in the dirt. Pretty soon kids everywhere had them, racers or not. BMX bikes are still designed for racing, although you don't have to race to enjoy the light weight, speed and dirt worthiness of these machines. They usually have 20-inch wheels (24-inch-wheel "cruisers" are the exception), knobby tires, upright handlebars with crossbars, small saddles, long cranks and rear hand brakes. The frames are light and sturdy, and the higher the price, the lighter they get.

BMX bikes are generally made of chromoly steel or aluminum. Chromoly frames are a bit heavier and more economical. Aluminum frames are lighter and are often made of oversize or exotically shaped tubing. Besides weighing less, aluminum is also rustproof. So, if you scratch your frame, there's no need to rush to touch it up.

SE Bikes Hoodrich
The Hoodrich can take a lickin’ and keep on tickin’. The frame features an ...
SE Bikes Everyday
The Everyday is the perfect bike to thrash on. It comes equipped with taper...
SE Bikes Wildman
With a 19.5” top tube, the Wildman might be small but it packs a mean punch...

24", 26" and 29'ers

SE Bikes Big Flyer 29
$499.99 $550.00 9% Savings
The 29" Big Flyer is "wheelie" a dream come true! SE went deep into the des...


All SE Racing, Giant & Norco Bicycles are Fully Assembled and Ready to Ride!
90-Day Safety Check/Tune-up and One Year Maintenance Included.

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