SE Bikes Ripper BMX Bike
SE Bikes Ripper BMX
Se 3-piece 6061 alloy crankset with sealed bearingsBike Review
Se racing number plate & SE racing pad set
Frame is built with 6061 alloy foval tubing
Landing gear fork
Whether it’s the park or street, the SE Ripper has ridden the venue for decades. Popular, trendy, and tested performance have made the SE Ripper a best-seller with Efficiency Bike considering that the late 2000’s. It could be the SE brand name, but SE makes a lots of popular BMX rides. It comes down to rider preference and, in this case, it’s speed, adaptability, and durability. The everyman-bike. <p>Developed with a light-weight 6061 alloy frame and race-ready graphics package, the Ripper has actually constantly been the bike of option for anyone feeling the requirement for speed. Whether racing at the BMX track or flying around the neighborhood, the Ripper carries out at a high level. SE Racing alloy rims with a 14-tooth freewheel and Kenda K-Rad tires make quick work of terrain transitions and the 3-piece alloy crank keeps the revolutions coming.</p> <p>The Ripper includes a trendy race plate, a padset, and a stem with weight-saving cutouts. Any confusion on what you’re expected to do with the Ripper? Then get to shredding.</p>
SE Bikes Ripper BMX Bike -Features:
Aluminum frame with euro-style bottom bracket
Alloy wheels outfitted with wide Kenda K-Rad tires
Three-piece crank won’t flex or deform like a 1-piece and the 38×14 gear configuration can handle most grades
Promax 2-finger linear pull rim brakes provide easy stops
A terrific bike, albeit a bit heavy. I have actually been reacing components to lighten my own up for a long time at great expense. Carbon forks, lighter wheels, tires, seat and post and it’s still 20lbs. Heads turn at the track, though and it is rock solid. A very cool SE bike.
SE Bikes Ripper BMX Bike the perfect bike.