$469.95 - $509.95
The Fit Misfit 16? keeps little bike tradition in motion with tried & true 16? wheels bolted into a clean little frame set featuring chromoly top & down tubes, as well as a chromoly steer tube in the forks to take the hard landings that come along with the BMX learning curve. The Misfits are all scaled-to-"fit" with parts matched to the recommended rider size. The Misfit 16? has 7? rise bars with a mini top load stem to create a comfortable riding position. Short 105mm cranks are easy to spin, with enough leverage to get the party started. A custom 24/9 gearing is right on for the smaller wheel size too. High end features like a sealed bottom bracket and cassette hub make for low maintenance and long haul durability. When your little rider is ready to get busy with BMX, the Fit Misfit is standing by…
The biggest of the little bikes, the Fit Misfit 18? is for riders not quite ready for a 20? bike. Custom geometry, fine-tuned to a smaller scale, with chromoly top and down tubes for the perfect blend of weight and strength. Chromoly 3-piece 130mm cranks with a 24/9 gearing combo to get things moving. 36-spoke wheels with new wider alloy rims stay straighter longer, with a sealed cassette hub in the rear. For riders moving up in the world of BMX, the Misfit 18? is the perfect vehicle.
$509.95 - $529.95
The Series One is where things get serious. With frame sizes to fit a wide range of riders and finishes to satisfy different tastes, the Series One has what it takes. Choose from SM (20.25? top tube length), MD (20.5? top tube) or LG (20.75 top tube) frame sizes to fit you and your preferences. Start with chromoly top and down tubes on our "Series One" specific geometry for control and stability on all terrains, from the skatepark, to the dirt to the streets. Bolt-on a stable 33mm offset fork with a chromoly steerer tube to take the hits. The wheel set features alloy rims with a sealed cassette in the rear, with Fit 2.4? tires for a wide footprint. A Fit topload stem, Crossfit grips and an updated seat/post combo with more padding provide creature comforts. There's a Series One in our collection for just about everyone. Make your choice and take the ride.
Park ready. The Fit PRK completes are purpose-built for aspiring park riders, with our nimble, quick-handling "Park" geometry. A super short 12.6? rear end & steep 75.3 degree head tube angle make spins faster, whips easier and the balance points, front & rear, quicker to find. Available in two different sizes, XS (20? top tube) and MD (20.5? top tube), the PRK bikes feature a low-profile frame, constructed with a chromoly front triangle for the most technical riding pursuits. Tight & right spec. like 8.7? rise bars, shorter 160mm 3-piece cranks and sealed bearings all around. Brakes are a key component for many park riders, so the PRK comes with our updated U-brake with a softer pull and a sealed detangler device to keep your bars spinning freely and your brakes at full power. Spin to win, the Fit PRK completes are ready to drop in.
The Fit STR bikes are street machines, through and through. Starting with our fine-tuned "Street" geometry in LG 20.75? or MD 20.5? top tube options and a 12.6? chainstay length for snappy response. Add 4-piece, 9? rise bars, shorter 165mm chromoly cranks and the four included steel pegs and you have the foundation of a tried & true street setup. Sealed bearings throughout the build, with Fit Crossfit flangeless grips, a double-wall rear rim and Fit F/U 2.4? tires that keep gripping when things get grimey. If riding ledges, wall rides, rails and everything in front of you is the plan, take a good look at the Fit STR.
$588.95 - $599.95
"Getting air" is what bicycle motocross is all about, and the Fit TRL completes are ready for pure BMX, right out of the crate. With longer 21? XL or 21.25? XXL frame options, you get a long & stable bike that's designed for full speed assaults on all terrains: Dirt, concrete bowls, pump tracks and everything else. A stable 74.5 degree head tube angle with a generous 33mm fork offset gives you control, with a slightly longer rear end to add stability and confidence to your session. A chromoly front triangle is a traditional configuration for strength and low weight, with big 9 X 29? bars and a Fit top load stem to improve control and reduce back pain. Sealed bearing hubs and bottom bracket for high speeds and low maintenance. Traditional details like chainstay mount U-brakes, a railed S&M seat/post and a tall 30/10 gear give the TRL a touch of mid-school soul. The TRL is ready to do it all.
Run it back. The Fit STR Freecoaster goes both ways with the addition of a sealed bearing 9T freecoaster hub for good times in every direction. Built on our responsive "Street" geometry with your choice of LG 20.75? or MD 20.5? top tube sizes and a 12.6? chainstay length to pull, spin and whip with ease. More street cred comes from 4-piece, 9? rise bars, shorter 165mm chromoly cranks and the four included steel pegs to get you grinding right out of the box. Other key points include Fit Crossfit flangeless grips, sealed bearings all around, a double-wall rear rim and Fit F/U 2.4? tires. Brakes included if you're so inclined. Ready to get down.
Is a 22 for you? The Fit Series 22? takes it up a level from a traditional 20? bike with the added speed and stability of 22? wheels and tires. The all-chromoly frame features a longer 22.125? top tube length for room to move, with 9 X 29? bars to keep you standing tall. Add 3-piece chromoly cranks in 175mm, Fit alloy pedals that grip & go, along with a 25/9 gear setup that, combined with the bigger wheel size, gives you a higher top speed. S&M supplies the railed seat and the Speedball tires, fine-tuned with a 22 X 2.4? in the front and a small 22 X 2.25? in the rear. Double-wall alloy rims and sealed bearings all around make for durability and confidence on the course. The big bottom line is that a 22' makes jumps and rougher terrain more manageable. The perfect size for taller riders or those coming back to BMX after some time away. The Fit Series 22 has everything you need to jump back in.
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