Year after year, this 16" wheel'd bike is dubbed the "coolest" on local BMX tracks! Once your child hops on, you'll never be able to get them off. The Lil' Ripper is beefy enough to survive the abuse your child may inflict upon the bike!
Strengths: As far as I know the pk ripper was the first bike made from alluminum this bike is rock solid! the geometry is the same as its big brother. my son is loveing it and all the kids at the park give it a second glance. Every other 16 inch is heavy compared to the ripper and for a small child learning to ride having a ride with the proper dimensens and light weight is critical.
hats off to the boys at se bikes they have made a lil masterpiece.
Weaknesses: gearing is a little slow
out of all the pit bikes out there this one has by far the best geometry for proper jumping and park riding.
the quality of the welding screams out at you. and lets face it this bmx bike unlike the rest of the cookie cutter frames out there has a extremly rich history. If you are going to teach you child to ride why not let them learn on probably the most famous bmx in history.
man, that was quite a trip!
Presenting Benjamin Austin, in all of his glory.
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