The Good: Frame, fork, cranks, chain durability, integrated headset, and the look/design.
The Bad: Grips, height of bars, stem slipsH, front axle strength, no pegs included, seat, tires, unsealed hubs, pedals, and the sprocket bends easy
Starting out, This was my first real BMX bike. It's not perfect but it's good for a beginner. You pretty much need to change the grips, pedals, and seat. The grips rip very easily in only a couple hours of riding. I got super soft odi longnecks and that was the end of the grip issue. The pedals have no grip at all and I reccomend getting odyssey twisted pc's which have all the grip in the world. The seat is nothing more than a piece of plastic so that is also a must change part. Another bad thing is the tires. Their bearable, but like any dirt tires they are thin and lead to flats. Next, the bars are short! Only 8" rise with a front Read More »