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Redline Rival
$229.99 - $249.99
Jump into the world of BMX with Redline's Rival. This neighborhood street slayer features a slightly shorter top tube to accommodate smaller riders, but stays true to big bike standards with 20-inch wheels, tall 8-inch bars, and 25/9 micro gearing. Strong 36-hole alloy rims wrapped in multi-purpose 20x2.125 tires let you rip the local dirt track or the skatepark with confidence, and a powerful Tektro FX340 rear brake keeps things under control in sketchy situations.
Redline Romp
$279.99
Jump into the world of BMX with Redline's Romp. This neighborhood street slayer brings big bike standards with 20-inch wheels, tall 8.25-inch bars, and 25/9 micro gearing, all at an entry-level price. Strong 36-hole alloy rims wrapped in multi-purpose 20x2.125 tires let you rip the local dirt track or the skatepark with confidence, and a powerful Tektro FX340 rear brake keeps things under control in sketchy situations.
Redline Recon
$329.99
When it's time to step up to the performance capabilities of a true BMX bike, the Redline Recon checks all the right boxes. The Recon is loaded with trickle-down features found on more expensive bikes, like 25/9 micro gearing, tall 8.25-inch bars, and chromoly 3-piece cranks so you can progress with the best. Redline 36-hole alloy rims paired to wide 20x2.3 tires create a solid platform for all your flatland tricks, and a Tektro rear brake lets you reign things in when the big line's looking a little sketchy.
Redline Asset
$379.99
When you're ready to step your game up to the next level, do it on the Asset from Redline. The Asset lets you get in and get it done with 9-inch bars, 3-piece chromoly cranks paired to a 25/9 micro-geared drivetrain, and 36-hole alloy rims wrapped in 20x2.5 Kenda Ticket rubber. The chromoly downtube and RL Monster fork with chromoly steerer give you strength where you need it most, and a rear Tektro FX340 U-brake scrubs speed when things get sketchy.
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