The new 2021 BMX Bikes are starting to roll out, and Kink have released full specs and details on their entire line of 2021 bikes that are landing at BMX Shops and Mail-Orders in June! Here’s a closer look at the Travis Hughes signature 2021 Cloud Complete! This bike is designed with the streets in mind and quality being a key factor. This bike has a full 4130 chromoly frame, fork and bars and is loaded up top to bottom in aftermarket Kink and Mission BMX parts.
Get a look at the Williams 2021 Signature Complete Bike from Kink BMX!
When it comes to complete BMX bikes, it’s pretty amazing how every year they somehow get better! Yesterday, Kink dropped a preview of their full line of 2021 Complete Bikes that will be available at the end of June. As expected, they did an amazing job with bikes from their 12″ balance bikes to their line up of 20″ bikes that cover all levels and budgets. Looking at the bikes, the Nathan Williams signature complete caught our eye immediately with its shiny red color and we knew we had to get a closer look! Here’s a look at the Williams 2021 Signature Complete Bike from Kink!
Just when you think you’re getting used to seeing 2020, you get hit with the news that Kink BMX will be releasing their 2021 Complete Bikes at the end of June! As expected, Kink have released a FULL line up of dialed BMX bikes that covers everything from 12″ balance bikes on up to top of the line 20″ bikes ready to go straight out of the box, and even there best looking 26″ Drifter bike yet! You can check out the full line up of bikes over on the KINK WEBSITE NOW! You can pre-order these bikes through BMX shops and mail-orders that carry Kink worldwide!
“Progression is a word you hear often in BMX, it’s something that draws many of us to BMX in the first place. To get better, to go faster, to go higher, to grow. This holds true with the Kink BMX brand. To make our products better, to make them stronger, to make them better looking. What gets us there is our devotion to persistence, and our progression simply can’t happen without it. Each year re-visiting every single aspect of what we could do better, and not stopping until we’ve made it happen. This persistence has truly paid off in our 2021 bike line-up.
All-new for 2021 is the Switch, a bike that is just about as swaggy and street as you can get. The Switch is stacked with great parts, including the Kink F900 4-piece bars, Kink Chinaski Stealth seat, Mission Deploy freecoaster, and Mission nylon pegs. Everything gets tied together with a fresh gravity- fade paint job and a tumbled raw stem.
The Williams, Nathan Williams signature model, has seen some solid upgrades this year too. A new Martinez signature stem upfront and an all-new Cinema wheelset. The ZX hubs, including the new ZX freecoaster rear hub, come stock with Cinema nylon hub guards and are laced up to the all-new Cinema 444 rims. This bike is still loaded up with aftermarket parts, and the Mirror Red colorway really sets this bike apart.
We are very proud to introduce the 2021 Kink BMX bike line, and continue making the best BMX bikes possible year after year. Thank you for sharing our love of BMX, and thank you for supporting Kink BMX.” – Kink BMX
It’s that time of the year when we start seeing some new products start popping up! Sunday Bikes got a jump on their next year models of complete bikes and have released a full preview of their 2021 Complete Bikes that will be landing here in the near future (no word on the exact release date yet). Above is a look at Broc Raiford‘s first signature complete with Sunday, and a few words about the new line below! You can check out ALL of the bikes over on the Sunday Bikes Website giving you a look at every bike in their line up from entry level to top of the line, along with the latest versions of their big bikes as well. As always, they delivered with some great looking bikes! It’s rad to see gyros and brakes making a comeback!
“We are proud to introduce our 2021 Sunday complete bikes. You’ll quickly find that our new line is full of improvements once again this year. We are excited to introduce “Park” models in both the Primer and Forecaster categories. With a model-specific geometry that features accents like a lower standover height and an Odyssey Gyro kit with dual cables top and bottom, both the Primer and Forecaster Park models are built to shred right out of the box.
We are also happy to announce that Broc Raiford recently joined the Sunday Pro Team and we were able to include his signature Forecaster complete bike in the 2021 line. Additional improvements can also be found on our popular High-C 29er bikes. This year’s model features V-brakes, an Avid brake lever, a quick release seat post clamp for 27.2 posts, a revised gear ratio and an all-new handlebar design.
From our entry level 16” Blueprints to our 100% aftermarket Soundwave Special, the entire 2021 line features the vibrant colors and finishes that Sunday is known for and, as always, you can count on the durability, manufacturing quality and modern spec that has made Sunday the go-to brand for riders shopping for a new complete bike. We hope that you’ll enjoy checking out the new Sundays as much as we enjoyed making them. Thank you for your continued support!” – Sunday Bikes
New to BMX and you just picked up a Fit Bike Co. complete bike? Here’s a video where they show you all the steps of building up the bike straight out of the box through hopping on it and putting it work! Hit play to let Ben Silver show you how it’s done! Note, this video can apply to pretty much all complete BMX bikes since BMX bikes all use the same size bolts, nuts, etc.
“Just received your Fit complete bike in the mail?! Well, get stoked because you’re only a few short steps away from shredding on it! Tune in and get some bike building pointers from Fit rider and Sales Rep, Ben Silver.
You’re going to need a few tools in order to build your bike. Here’s what you’ll need:
17mm deep socket wrench
19mm deep socket wrench
6mm allen wrench
5mm allen wrench
13mm open faced wrench
Questions on something we haven’t covered in the video? Leave a comment or hit us up at firstname.lastname@example.org” – Fit Bike Co.
Get a look at the 2020 Whip XL Complete from Kink!
When it comes to buying a complete BMX bike, it’s pretty amazing what you can get for the money these days. Complete BMX bikes are more dialed than ever, and you get so much for your money. Kink BMX‘s 2020 Whip XL Complete is a perfect example of that! You get a bike with a full chromoly frame, bars and fork, a mix of Kink aftermarket parts and the solid Mission line of parts all for $429.99. That’s a steal of a deal for a great midlevel bike that will hold up to plenty of abuse. Check out full specs and details below!
The 2020 Complete Bikes from Flybikes have been landing at shops around the world, and they are looking awesome! Here’s a look at the 2020 Proton Complete that is designed for the streets with some real solid components and an affordable price tag. For this year, Flybikes have made a few key improvements to the bike from last year to make it even more dialed. The 2020 Proton now features full 4130 chromoly 4-piece bars along with full 4130 chromoly 27mm offset forks and a taller 9.25” standover height frame, giving the bike a better overall look and feel. They’ve shortened up the backend to have a shorter 13″ chainstay length as well, giving this bike a more responsive feel that’s great for spins, nose manuals and more. Check out more photos and a full parts list below!