SE Racing: BMX
In the spirit of SE's legendary motto of “BMX Innovations,” they went deep into the design lab this year to develop the speediest ripper ever, the 29-inch Fast Ripper. They took the Big Ripper and re-engineered it with a SRAM GX 1x10 drivetrain, Shimano Deore 10-speed cassette, Avid BB5 disc brakes, an integrated headset, and internal cable routing. This bike is built for speed so it’s only fitting that it comes equipped with Freedom ThickSlick tires. It’s fast. Can you keep up?
The Fat Ripper is the world’s first and only legit 26-inch fat BMX bike. It’s built around 26 x 3.5-inch Vee Speedster tires and a legendary PK Ripper-styled 6066 aluminum frame. New this year is an outboard bearing sealed bottom bracket and the addition of Avid BB5 front disc brakes. There really is no stopping this bike. It’s ready to monster truck over everything!
Expect nothing less than a beast of a bike when SE teams up with NFL Super Bowl champion and Oakland Raider Marshawn Lynch to design an all-new BMX rig! And the 27.5+ Beast Mode Ripper is just that. This beast of a bike is built around insanely big and powerful 27.5" x 3.0" Beast Mode Vee tires. The frame takes design cues from the legendary PK Ripper with floval tubing and a looptail rear end. Mix in the Avid BB5 disc brake, Beast Mode diamond stitch-Flyer seat, Oakland 4-piece cruiser bars, Beast Mode number plate and SE Wheelie pegs and it’s clear that this bike is definitely "bout that action."
The Fat Ripper continues to take the world by storm. Never before has a bike been able to literally monster truck over everything! With its legendary PK Ripper-styled 6066 aluminum frame design and Cr-Mo Landing Gear forks, mixed with fat 26 x 3.5” tires and new Avid BB5 disc brake, this bike simply can’t be stopped. The Fat Ripper is the definition of "BMX Innovations."
To celebrate the life and times of SE's founder, Scot Breithaupt, and SE's motto of "BMX Innovations," SE created a bike like you've never seen before. The 27.5+ OM-Duro takes its design cues and aesthetics from the legendary OM Flyer and mixes in some radical mountain bike-style upgrades. This wildly unique bike comes in Standard & XL sizes and features big 27.5 x 3.0 tires, a SRAM GX 1x10 drivetrain, disc brakes front and rear, and internal cable routing for a dropper seatpost. BMX meets mountain bike; there are no boundaries.
Before the Quadangle, there was the STR-1. This dates back to the late 1970's when Stu Thomsen was SE Racing's National #1 pro and the sport's first superstar. His signature frame at the time was the Stu Thomsen Replica-1. This STR-1 frame had a unique design with both of the double down tubes wrapping underneath the bottom bracket shell and continuing around the Looptail rear end all the way back to the seat tube. Less than ten STR-1's were ever produced, and over the years these frames became almost mythical and the most sought after frames of all time in the vintage BMX world. Fast forward nearly 40 years to today and SE brings you the STR-26. This bike comes with an authentic SE Racing x Stu Thomsen trading card personally signed by Stu.
Undoubtedly the world’s fastest PK Ripper, the PK Ripper Super Elite has more BMX innovations than previously thought possible. The ultra-stiff 6066 aluminum frame now comes equipped with features such as a tapered headtube, PF30 bottom bracket and 20mm dropouts front and rear. The game has changed. Can you keep up?
The PK Ripper has never been stiffer, stronger, or faster. The PK Ripper Super Elite XL is the definition of "BMX innovations." The ultra-stiff 6066-aluminum frame now comes equipped with new features such as a tapered headtube, PF30 bottom bracket, and 20mm dropouts front and rear. There is no doubt that this bike will put you on top of the podium.
Marshawn Lynch’s 27.5+ Beast Mode Ripper makes its much-anticipated return this year. Long before Marshawn became an NFL Super Bowl Champion and a running back for the Oakland Raiders, he had a love for BMX. So SE got together with Marshawn to develop a bike that not only could withstand his abuse, but also captures the elements of his home town of Oakland, CA. This year’s silver and black beast of a bike has been upgraded with the addition of front disc brake to help stop the big 27.5” x 3.0” Beast Mode tires in their tracks. And new this year, the number plate now adorns Marshawn’s football jersey number, No. 24. This is the bike to have if you want to be “bout that action!”
Before the Quadangle there was the STR-1. This dates back to the late 1970s when Stu Thomsen was SE Racing’s National #1 pro and the sport’s first superstar. His signature frame at the time was the Stu Thomsen Replica-1. The STR-1 frame had a unique design with both of the double down tubes wrapping underneath the bottom bracket shell and continuing around the Looptail rear end all the way back to the seat tube. Less than ten STR-1 bikes were produced, making them almost mythical and the most sought-after frames of all time in the vintage BMX world. Fast forward over 40 years to today and SE is proud to bring you the third STR retro bike, the limited edition STR-24. All of the unique features and radness of the original STR-1, but built for the cruiser class with 24” wheels. This bike comes with an authentic SE Racing/Stu Thomsen trading card personally signed by Stu.
The ultimate definition of BMX Innovations. This year SE introduces the world’s first 29+ BMX bike, the Monster Quad! Built around huge 29 x 2.8-inch Vee Speedster tires, this Monster is the biggest BMX bike on the planet. The unique Monster Quad frame design features an oversize downtube, integrated head tube, super stiff BB yoke, and a legendary looptail rear end. The front and rear Avid BB5 disc brakes and 2-piece alloy cranks really put this bike over the top. Watch out now, it’s a MONSTER!
Mike Buff is a BMX pioneer who helped introduce freestyle BMX to the world. As one of the original godfathers of freestyle, Mike rode a PK Ripper in the early 1980s when he was a member of the legendary BMX Action Trick Team. The Mike Buff Big Ripper resonates with the same style of the PK Ripper that Mike made famous, but this year’s version is built with big ol’ 29-inch wheels. The bike comes equipped with a Mike Buff BMX Action padset, Rad Plate, Wheelie pegs and an authentic SE Racing/Mike Buff trading card personally signed by Buff. The Mike Buff Big Ripper is the definition of radness.
Year in and year out, the Floval Flyer is one of the fastest cruisers on the track. This year's bike is built with a lightweight 6066 aluminum frame, featuring a super-stiff bi-oval downtube, internally-machined integrated head tube, and 3D-forged dropouts. And the parts lineup is top-notch full of name-brand parts: Alienation rims, Promax brakes & levers, Promax Impact stem, Tioga Powerblock tires, and an ultra-lightweight Pivotal seat & seatpost. All of this at a featherweight 22.7 lbs!
The 29-inch Big Ripper has been a staple in the SE line for over 10 years now. It’s built around a monster-sized PK Ripper style frame and features a stunning shiny red & chrome colorway. The spec is top notch with Cr-Mo Landing Gear forks, double-wall rims, Vee Speedster tires, and a new Lightning Bolt snap padset. One glance and it’s easy to see the Big Ripper is the baddest 29-inch BMX bike out on the streets.
The undisputed king of the streets gets his own signature bike this year. That’s right, Darnell Meyers, aka Dblocks, is crowned with his very own Dblocks Big Ripper. Dblocks put his personal touch on this bike with unique spec choices such as the Harlem camo paint, Freedom ThickSlick tires, Power Wing cruiser bars, Raise it Up Flyer seat, Keep That Wheel Up grip donuts, Dblocks camo plate, and Cycle Squad Maniaccs padset. The time is now, lets get it!
In the late 70’s, BMX wasn’t the only groundbreaking sport that was taking America by storm. Alongside BMX kids on bikes imitating motorcycles, there was a wave of shaggy haired California kids on skateboards mimicking surfers. At the heart of the skate scene in Venice Beach, CA, Dogtown Skates was born. SE teamed up with one of the most iconic skate brands of Southern California culture to create the Dogtown Big Ripper. It's spec'd with a Landing Gear fork, Big Honkin' cruiser bar, and 29-inch double-wall rims laced to sealed bearing high-flange hubs for the old school look. This bike features some of the most legendary logos of the skate scene that truly can’t be missed, and includes a custom Dogtown Big Ripper sticker set, number plate, and SE Wheelie pegs.
Mike Buff is a BMX pioneer who helped introduce freestyle BMX to the world. As one of the original godfathers of freestyle, Mike rode a PK Ripper in the early 1980s when he was a member of the legendary BMX Action Trick Team. The Limited Edition 26-inch Mike Buff PK Ripper resonates with the same style of the PK Ripper that Mike made famous, but this year’s version is built with 26-inch wheels. The bike comes equipped with a Mike Buff BMX Action padset, Rad Plate, Wheelie pegs, Oakley B-1B grips, and an authentic SE Racing/Mike Buff trading card personally signed by Buff. The 26-inch Mike Buff PK Ripper is as rad as it gets.
A staple in BMX for nearly as long as the sport has been in existence, the 26” OM Flyer was originally designed by and named after SE’s founder, Scot “Old Man” Breithaupt. This bike captures the essence of BMX's past four decades. It is built to last with a retro styled 4130 Cr-Mo frame featuring a classic Looptail rear end. New this year are the sealed bearing SE Mohawk hubs along with two gold SE wheelie pegs. All hail the OM.
With its 29" wheels, monster-sized PK Ripper inspired frame, and blue and chrome colorway, the Big Ripper is undoubtedly the biggest and baddest BMX bike in the world. Throw in the SE Racing Bear Trap pedals, Big Honkin’ cruiser bars, Cowboy Cut forks, and new Lightning Bolt padset, and it’s obvious that the Big Ripper rules the streets.
A staple in BMX for nearly as long as the sport has been in existence, the 26" OM Flyer was originally designed by and named after SE's founder, Scot "Old Man" Breithaupt. This bike captures the essence of BMX's past four decades. It's built to last with a 4130 Cr-Mo tubing looptail frame, Cowboy Cut forks and sturdy 26" wheels with sealed bearing high-flange hubs and double-wall rims.
Built with a super-stiff 6066 aluminum frame featuring a bi-oval downtube and 6066 aluminum Landing Gear fork, this rad ride weighs in at a featherweight 16.5 pounds. Rounding out the package are Alienation Ankle Biter rims, a Promax Impact Mini stem, and Tioga PowerBlock tires. It's no wonder that the Ripper X is one of the fastest rippers on the track.
The 29" Big Flyer is "wheelie" a dream come true! SE went deep into the design lab to create the raddest, baddest, and most affordable 29" BMX bike on the market. This ground-breaking bike wheelies like a dream and comes equipped with an SE Bikes pad set, Rad Plate, and Wheelie pegs.
The 26" Blocks Flyer comes in at a perfect time and place for the growing #SEBIKESLIFE movement. This unique ride is built with a 6061 aluminum frame, Landing Gear forks, 26" wheels, SE Bikes padset, Rad Plate and Wheelie pegs. And you can’t miss the crazy colors throughout that will make a screaming statement on the streets.
The 29” Big Flyer came onto the scene like a gangbuster last year! Within a matter of months, this new bike became king of the streets. You’ll be stoked to find out that this year’s bike is tougher than ever. The fork has been upgraded to super-strong chromoly steel tubing, and the rear wheel now features a sealed bearing rear hub. SE Bikes padset, SE Bikes Life number plate, SE Wheelie pegs, grip donuts and alloy valve caps included.
With a Big Honkin' Cruiser bar, all the SE accessories you can dream of, and a lightweight aluminum frame, the Blocks Flyer is set for getting your cruise on. Just don't forget the lock — everyone wants to get their hands on this one.
SE went berserk this year with a complete makeover of the So Cal Flyer! There are three stellar new color schemes, upgrades, and added parts galore. New this year are the Big Honkinish cruiser bars, super grippy Flyer seat, Vee Cub x SE tires, and new SE Bikes Life grips equipped with SE donuts. In addition, we’ve added a set of wheelie pegs and a newly designed SE Bikes Life number plate. The So Cal sets the new standard for 24-inch wheelie bikes.
This year’s 16” LiL Ripper is one of the raddest kid’s bikes SE has ever made. Featuring a lightweight aluminum PK Ripper styled frame and Landing Gear forks, this bike will make BMX dads green with envy. Add in the new Skyway Tuffwheels, SE Rad Plate, and 2 wheelie pegs, and it’ll be difficult for dad’s PK to top this one. The kids will rule the show with the LiL’ Ripper.
SE took a wild turn with the Ripper this year! This radical new direction had us start from scratch with a rebuild that includes upgrades, color changes, and new parts all over. Major things to check out are the bigger seat with a super grippy top cover, the Vee Cub x SE tires, and new SE Bikes Life grips equipped with SE donuts. For the first time ever, the Ripper now comes equipped with SE Wheelie pegs and an SE Bikes Life number plate. Now let’s get out there and raise it up!
The So Cal Flyer turns heads wherever it rolls. With its 6061 aluminum frame, 24-inch wheels, and retro vibe, it's easily mistaken for a super high-end ride from built from scratch. But with a wise choice of parts and impeccable style, the price of this bike remains within reach.
The Everyday is the perfect bike to start shredding on. With 3-piece cranks, mid-bottom bracket, and extra-wide 2.3" tires, this bike is ready to get rad.
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