With its 29" wheels and monster-sized PK Ripper inspired frame, the Big Ripper is the biggest and baddest BMX bike in the world. Throw in the new SE Racing Bear Trap pedals, Big Honkin' cruiser bars, Cowboy Cut forks, and Vee Tire Co x SE Racing Speedster tires, and it's obvious that this could very well be the bike of the year.
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 is built to last with a retro styled 4130 Cr-Mo frame featuring a classic Looptail rear end. New this year are the sealed bearing SE Mohawk hubs along with two gold SE wheelie pegs. All hail the OM.
Mike Buff is a BMX pioneer who helped introduce freestyle BMX to the world. As one of the original godfathers of freestyle, Mike rode a PK Ripper in the early 1980s when he was a member of the legendary BMX Action Trick Team. The Mike Buff Big Ripper resonates with the same style of the PK Ripper that Mike made famous, but this year’s version is built with big ol’ 29” wheels. The bike comes equipped with a Mike Buff BMX Action padset, Rad Plate, Wheelie pegs and an authentic SE Racing/Mike Buff trading card personally signed by Buff. The Mike Buff Big Ripper is the definition of radness.
Expect nothing less than a beast of a bike when SE teams up with NFL Super Bowl champion Marshawn Lynch to design an all-new BMX rig! And the 27.5+ Beastmode Ripper is just that. This beast of a bike is built around insanely big and powerful 27.5” x 3.0” Beastmode Vee tires. The frame takes design cues from the legendary PK Ripper with floval tubing and a looptail rear end. Mix in the Avid BB5 disc brake, Beastmode diamond stitch-Flyer seat, Oakland 4-piece cruiser bars, Beastmode number plate and SE Wheelie pegs and it’s clear that this bike is definitely “bout that action.”
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