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Norco Rise 18 BMX
$199.00
The bike park will be your youngster's domain with Norco's Rise 18 BMX. It features a great-riding Norco steel frame and fork, 18-inch wheels, and quality components designed to handle years of fun. Plus, it comes with a low-maintenance one-speed drivetrain and sure-stopping linear-pull brakes for total control and confidence.
Norco Rise 20 BMX
$249.00
Your little speedster will cruise to school and ride the trails in style with Norco's Rise 20 BMX. It features a great-riding Norco steel frame and fork, 20-inch wheels, and quality components designed to handle years of fun. Plus, it comes with a low-maintenance one-speed drivetrain and sure-stopping linear-pull brakes for total control and confidence.
Specialized P.16 Grom
$261.00 $290.00 10% Savings
Specialized's P.16 Grom is ready for young riders to hit the streets. Made from hi-tensile steel, the P.16 takes the abuse of park riding, dirt jumping and street antics like few others. Burly 28-spoke wheels with a hollow rear axle handle practically all the riding you can dish out, while fat, high-volume tires make landings a little softer. A rear U-brake helps keep things under control, and the steel components are tough as nails. When you're trying to nail down that latest trick, this is your secret weapon.
Stolen Compact
$269.99
Stolen's Compact is just the thing for smaller riders getting into the sport. Key details like a hand-welded steel frame, machined head tube, compact 5mm dropouts, and integrated seat clamp show Stolen's true street cred. And to add to all that, it's loaded with a seat/post combo, plastic pedals, and tall, 8-inch bars with Loot grips and Vortex barplugs.
Subrosa Altus 16-inch
$279.99
Subrosa's Altus 16-inch is the perfect whip for the younger rider looking to progress. It starts with a frame and fork made from rock-solid steel that's strong enough to take casing a few jumps, yet light enough to hone new tricks. Double-wall, 36-spoke Rant wheels can handle the park and trails, and the 25/9 gearing gets you up to speed quickly. Rant pedals, stem, and tubular 3-piece cranks mean the bike is ready to rip right out of the shop. • Top tube length: 16.5 inches • 5-9 year old range
Specialized P.20 Grom
$288.00 $320.00 10% Savings
Specialized's P.20 Grom is ready for young riders taking their riding to the next level. Made from hi-tensile steel, the P.20 takes the abuse of park riding, dirt jumping and street antics like few others. Burly 36-spoke wheels with a hollow rear axle handle practically all the riding you can dish out, while fat, high-volume tires make landings a little softer. The three piece crank is stiff for quick acceleration, and a rear U-brake keeps things under control. When you're trying to nail down that latest trick, this is your secret weapon.
Stolen Agent 16
$299.99
Get your little ripper started off right with Stolen's Agent. The hand-welded steel frame gives them years of thrashing, while the aluminum rims encourage progression in the park and at the trails. And it has legit touches, just like the adult bikes. Things like the integrated seat clamp, sealed Mid bottom bracket, 25/9 gearing with cromo cranks, and slidable plastic pedals.
Stolen Agent 18
$299.99
Get your little ripper started off right with Stolen's Agent 18. This mini-BMX machine features a hand-welded steel frame for years of thrashing, while the aluminum rims encourage progression at the park and trails. And it has legit touches, just like the adult bikes. Things like the integrated seat clamp, sealed Mid bottom bracket, 25/9 gearing with cromo cranks, and grind-friendly plastic pedals.
Stolen Casino
$299.99
Stolen's Casino elevates entry level with a hand-welded steel frame and fork. Key details like the machined head tube, compact 5mm dropouts, and the integrated seatpost show Stolen's true street cred. Add the tubular cromo cranks, and tall, 8.6-inch bars with Loot grips and Vortex barplugs, and you know the Casino is legit.
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.
Norco Ares
$319.00
Norco's Ares is ready to take to the streets! Its steel frame and tapered fork gives you the durability you need for serious progression. It's also equipped with 3-piece tubular-chromoly cranks, a Mid-bottom bracket and a micro drivetrain, keeping things light and the cope-avoiding clearance high. And, the Alex rims wrapped with versatile tires roll fast, while the Tektro brake lets you feather your run-in speed to perfection.
Subrosa Tiro XL
$319.99
See the streets from a whole new perspective on Subrosa's Tiro XL. The steel frame and fork give you the durability you need for serious progression as you develop your street riding skills. To blast you up the learning curve, it's equipped with 3-piece tubular cranks, rock-solid 36-hole wheels, and a 25/9 drivetrain with a sealed Mid bottom bracket for tons of clearance. Rant and Shadow components give the bike a pro-feel and make the bike ready to hit the streets or the park.
Stolen Stereo
$349.99
Stolen's Stereo sports a hand-welded steel frame. It also just happens to have a whole host of legit spec, rare to find at the price. Check out the STLN double-wall rims wrapped in Joint tires, and the Thermalite pedals. Stolen is core BMX, so you have a sealed Mid BB, machined head tube, tubular cromo cranks, and tall, 8.6-inch bars with Loot grips and Vortex barplugs. The fit is just a tad smaller with a 20.6-inch top tube, perfect for smaller riders or those that like a bike with a shorter reach.
Norco Ares
$350.00
See the streets in a whole new light with Norco's Ares. It's steel frame and tapered fork gives you the durability you need for serious progression. It's also equipped with 3-piece tubular-chromoly cranks, a Mid bottom bracket and a micro drivetrain, keeping things light and the cope-avoiding clearance high. And, the Alex rims wrapped with versatile tires roll fast, while the Tektro brake lets you feather your run-in speed to perfection.
Norco Volt
$379.00
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 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.
Norco Volt
$429.00
Norco's Volt will have you flying in no time. This jumping machine is made from Norco chromoly and steel and features a 20.5-inch top tube and 3-piece tubular-chromoly cranks for hitting the big stuff. You also get legit Alex 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.
Subrosa Arum
$439.00
Subrosa's Arum is a solid choice for the intermediate street rider who enjoys getting air off ramps and rails. It's built around a chromoly front triangle and 100% chromoly bars and forks. This combination makes it light and tough, perfect for taking your skills to the streets and perfecting new tricks. Rant wheels with sealed bearing hubs carve through the park and Shadow Valor LP 2.4-inch tires give you the confidence to carve high and nail new lines. Plus, the 25/9 micro drivetrain, sealed mid bottom bracket, and Rant cranks let you pick up speed with each pedal stroke. Shadow Chula DCR grips, a Subrosa Logo Mid seat, and Rant plastic pedals round out this eye-catching bike.
Subrosa Arum XL
$439.00
Subrosa's Arum XL is a solid choice for the intermediate street rider who enjoys a bit more room while boosting air off ramps and rails. Its built around a chromoly front triangle frame and 100% chromoly bars and forks. This combination makes it light and tough, perfect for taking your skills to the streets and perfecting new tricks. Rant wheels with sealed bearing hubs carve through the park and Shadow Valor LP 2.4-inch tires give you the confidence to carve high and nail new lines. Plus, the 25/9 micro drivetrain, sealed mid bottom bracket, and Rant cranks let you pick up speed with each pedal stroke. Shadow Chula DCR grips, a Subrosa seat, and Rant plastic pedals round out this eye-catching bike.
Stolen Heist
$449.99
Stolen's Heist lets you get down to business. A chromoly main frame gets things going, while the cromo fork and tall, 9-inch bars steer you to the next spot. A Mid bottom bracket spins MOB cromo cranks pushing a 25/9 drivetrain. Double-wall Revolver rims bring the speed and fat 2.2/2.3-inch tires provide the landing gear.
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.
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