Spend Less on Your new Bike

Spend Less on Your new Bike

Starting out riding can be an expensive time for both riders and their parents. However, there are cheaper options out there if you are willing to look for them. If your penny pinching but still want to get the bang for your buck when it comes to complete bikes then hopefully this article can help you make the decision that will last you the longest time.

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Starting at the cheap, cheap price of $349, the Division Blitzer BMX is the perfect entry into the 20” world of BMX. Division has made the Blitzer affordable with a list of parts that will last any new BMX rider. Although this bike is built as a BMX, being at this end of the price range naturally the quality is going to replicate the price tag. Fortunately for you, this bike is made of Hi-tensile Steel in the frame fork...

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If your budget falls between $400 and $500 Then you're looking at getting a substantially better bike. The specs on these bikes we are about to discuss are a step up from the previous price range, increasing build standards and materials. Thankfully for BMX riders, BMX brands know that riders don’t have much money and offer entry-level bikes for cheap prices to keep us off scooters and in the skateparks. Verde is one company that offers a good quality complete bike for BMX riders on a...

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Like most things in life as the price increases, so does the quality of your new BMX bike. So far we have looked at some great entry-level bikes offering a cheap price with reasonable quality and progressive geometry to encourage the younger new riders to get into the scene. These bikes are built for just that, entry-level riders, and so the more advanced rider should be considering spending $600 as the quality and durability of these next bikes will be far...

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Once you get above $600 you will be seeing a variety of middle range to top end bikes. This is where things can start to get a little pricey, however if you were to build a custom to a similar spec you would be spending more so, in the long run, a complete bike is probably the perfect option! Middle range bikes in this price bracket might feature A combination of High tensile and full Cromo frames and can feature...