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Buy BMX bikes online with the BMXperts! LUXBMX carries Australia's biggest range of freestyle BMX bikes. With some of the leading brands in BMX, bikes to suit any budget and free shipping on all BMX bikes Australia wide, LUXBMX is your go-to shop for complete BMX bikes online.

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Author: Mitch   Date Posted: 27 April 2016  

Nick Masling ordered a custom build online so we got some photos of it before it got sent off. Enjoy Nick! If you're looking at building a complete custom build we offer 10% off the final total and free assembly. Get in contact with us to get your dream build going.


Nick's Custom Colony Monash Specs

Frame: Colony Monash 20.8
Fork: Odyssey R32
Bars: Odyssey 49er
Headset: Odyssey Pro
Stem: Odyssey Boss Stem
Grips: ODI Longneck Flangeless
Cranks:  Wethepeople Legacy
Sprocket: Odyssey 30th Anniverary 25t
BB: Odyssey
Chain: Odyssey Keychain Solid
Pedals: Odyssey Twisted PC
Seat: Odyssey Monogram Tripod
Post: Odyssey Tripod
Front Rim: Odyssey Hazard Lite
Front Hub: Odyssey Antigram
Front Tyre: Odyssey Hawk 2.4
Rear Rim: Odyssey Hazard Lite
Rear Hub: Odyssey Clutch Freecoaster
Rear Hub Guard: Odyssey SXTN Clutch
​Rear Tyre: Odyssey Hawk 2.4



Author: Mitch   Date Posted: 3 September 2015  

The awesome new range of Academy BMX bikes are back for 2016 and better than ever. Academy BMX bikes represent some of the best value for money on the market with some eye-grabbing colours to boot. Pop in store for a test ride or buy one online with free-shipping.

Click on a bike below to see more detailed specs or have a read of our BMX Buyers Guide if you're unsure of what you need.


Author: Mitch & Ev   Date Posted: 1 June 2015  

3 Tips to Buying the Perfect BMX

There are many things to consider when buying a new BMX, and it can be quite daunting at first. We're here to help. We've broken down the process into what we think are the 3 most important factors when picking your next bike.


1. Skill Level

First step is figuring out which skill level you're at. Your skill on a bike is pretty important when choosing a new bike as it determines the strength that the components need to have to handle the abuse you dish out to the bike.


Beginner: You’re just starting out in the amazing world of BMX.
Hopping gutters and doing skids. Generally shredding around your neighbourhood with your mates on your first real BMX.

Intermediate: You’re becoming more comfortable on 2 wheels (or even one) and you’re a regular at the skatepark. Manuals, 180’s and feeble grinds are high up on you trick register.

Progressive: You’re riding style and control have evolved pushing you onto more advanced tricks and a bike that can handle more abuse.


2. Rider Size

Rider height and weight also plays a big part in choosing your perfect ride. Bikes of different levels are designed with a range of geometries to suit riders of all heights and sizes. While there's no set rule on what sized bike you should ride (in the end it's all about personal preference) we created a rough guide for which bike you you should feel most comfortable on.

Under 140cm: Juvenile sized bike include 12” wheeled balance/pedal bikes, 16” wheeled bikes and 18” wheeled bikes.

120cm - 170cm: Youth sized bikes will generally all have 20” wheels, and a top tube range of 18.5” to 20.75”.

160cm and taller: Adult sized 20” bikes will have a top tube range from 20.5” to 21.25”.


3. Budget

As much as we would all like the latest and greatest custom BMX we don't all have an endless budget to work with. We've split our range of bikes into the 3 main price levels with a brief overview below of why the bikes are priced the way they are.

Sub $700: Often feature Hi-tensile steel frames, steel forks bars and cranks. Sealed bearing rear hub. Single walled rims.
$700 - $1000: Usually feature more durable part-chromoly frames. Forks with a chromoly steerer and chromoly bars. Chromoly cranks. Sealed bearing headset and bottom bracket. Sealed bearing front and rear hubs.
$1000 and up: General feature stronger and lighter full chromoly frames with removable brake mounts, chromoly forks, bars and cranks. Sealed bearing hubs, bottom bracket and headset. Double walled rims.


If you still have more questions we haven't answered then please get in contact with us or use our new live chat feature at the bottom of the page. Thanks for reading our guide!
Stay LUX!
Mitch and Ev.


Date Posted: 1 June 2015  

We've created a buyers guide to help you pick the perfect BMX for you. Hit the image above or click HERE to check it out and let us know what you think.


At LUXBMX we live and breathe BMX. Whether it be freestyle or race every single one of our staff is a die-hard BMXer so you know that you're always getting the best advice. LUXBMX stocks the largest range of BMX bikes in the country at the best prices. On the rare chance you've seen it cheaper elsewhere hit the price match button on the product and we'll beat it!