Diamondback Trail BMX Handlebar

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Product Description

DiamondBack Trail Handlebar is a traditional design BMX bar. 2mm thick Chromoly steel will take the abuse BMX'ers provide.

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Outdoor BMX style track/trail?

So I hit allire and as it was fun it is not offering me the type of riding I'm looking for, I'm looking for bigger hills more speed some jump piles where in nj can I find this?Read More »

Santa Fe Trail Jam (and vintage BMX swap-meet??) July 13

Does anyone have any information on who posted this on Craigslist? Im interested in talking to whoever about old BMX bikes. Ive got a bunch that I'd be interested in bringing to the swap. [url=http://albuquerque.craigslist.org/bik/3881049243.html]Old School BMX (possible swap meet)[/url]Read More »

bmx and mountain trail help

1) I have a Haro Group 1 SX 24 2007 bmx which I enjoy riding on the street and smooth trails. What else could I do with it with out pushing it OVER the limit? 2) I'm about to possibly buy a DJ Felt Jump Shot 2007 (not 100% on the year). Can this handle some ruff trails? I'd like to get an All Mou ... Read More »

bmx trail jumps

Hey guys, I just picked up a 24" bmx cruiser and I am riding at Chandler bmx with my son. I was wondering if anyone knows of any dirt trail for jumping and riding. Preferably in Chandler but, anywhere would be good. I want to get some extra riding/jumping in during the week when not on the mountai ... Read More »

moving from commuter bmx to trail riding...advice?

i'm riding a 24" redline bmx for the city but want to venture into trails, etc. i don't want to lose the capability of hopping and banging around streets and staircases, but i also don't think i need to go full-shock all-mountain with a new bike. will an xc hardtail allow me to do my piddly jumps an ... Read More »

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