The Good: Affordable Durable Nice components for it's price range
The Bad: Heavy Not an integrated headset Bottom bracket uses cups instead of sealed bearings
Overall Review: Excellent choice for an entry level BMX bike, or for a second bike you just want to beat the snot out of. I weigh 180 and I have rode this bike hard all summer. Holds up well to all kinds of abuse, with one exception. I broke the brake one day, simply by grabbing the lever too hard. I think it got hung up in the detangler and I just muscled it. I have started to upgrade parts to shed weight, and its gonna be hard to get this bike down to 25 lbs. Not having an integrated headset is a drawback too. I removed the bottom bracket setup, which had gotten loose, and replaced it with Odyssey sealed bearings and Wombolt cranks. Its nice that the good stuff fit right in, though I did need to shorten the sleeve by about 1/4 inch. I have cased the rear tire a number of times and it held up pretty well. Blew a couple of tires but the rim seems relatively true and unharmed. I keep the tires at 80 lbs, and that probably helps, since I am a bigger rider. This bike also feels very "long" and is well suited to taller riders rather than shorter, especially if you plan to do flatland or park riding.