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Specialized P.20 Pro
$560.00 $700.00 20% Savings
Specialized's P.20 Pro takes on all lines with a Reynolds 520 chromoly frame and fork. They're tough as nails, and have been dialed for dirt, park, and street riding. The three-piece Specialized P.Crank with tubular arms, MID bottom bracket, and a 25/9 micro-drive keep the bike fast and responsive. Burly 36-spoke wheels with high volume Specialized tires take the sting out of hard landings. The P.20 Pro is rounded out with a selection of Specialized components and a pair of grippy and grindable plastic platform pedals.
Radio Griffin
$669.00
A griffin is a beast that is a mishmash of Lion and Eagle parts. If you would like to sail majestically through the air in the manner of eagles, and inspire fearful adoration in the style of lions, then Radio's Griffin is your best bet. A super strong trimoly frame is game for your most epic sessions, and beefy 26-inch SALTPLUS Summit rims are built practically butcher-proof. Add in Kenda's Small Block 8 tires for landing-suction grip, and yo'll be ready for all the epic sessions you can stand.
Radio Griffin Pro
$1,099.00
What's better than a lion with the head of an eagle? A professional lion with the head of an eagle, that's what. Radio Bikes brings you their Griffin Pro freestyle BMX rig, the perfect vehicle for no-footed can cans and excessive nac nac-ing. Tough 26-inch SALTPLUS Summit rims are fully prepared to stand up to the forces of you and gravity trying to flatten them, and Kenda Small Block 8 tires help sticky-tack you to your landing.
Redline Raid CB
$269.99
Get your child outside enjoying the sunshine aboard Redline's Raid. The low-slung, race-inspired frame delivers great standover clearance for safety as well as easy on/off, and the components are sized for riders just moving up to a 20-inch wheeled bike. Its durable steel frame, fork, and bars pair with lightweight aluminum components for a tough ride that's still easy to pedal and steer. It also sports a powerful linear-pull brake in addition to the coaster brake, allowing youngsters to learn hand braking with a foot-brake back-up.
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