“Race” isn’t in your vocabulary. Nope, you’re looking for hard-hitting durability and show-stopping trickability. Ticket, reporting for duty. This lightweight aluminum frame takes abuse, session after session and keeps coming back for more. Built for a 100mm dirt jump fork, it's geometry is highly flickable, with short chainstays and a compact cockpit for a tight ride that tricks with ease. Step up your game with the Ticket DJ.
If you find yourself jonesing for your next dirt jump session, the Fiend would be a great ride. With a Chromoly downtube, hi-ten frame, and Kenda Small Block 8 tires you'll get a smooth, supple ride. - 1020 Hi-Ten steel frame with Chromoly down tube - RST Dirt RA 100mm travel fork - Radio Rookie Bolt 170mm cranks - Radio Fiend alloy hydroformed bars - 15" chainstay length
Haro's Steel Reserve 1.1 is a dirt-jumping, street riding, 26-inch BMX bike. It's got a full chromoly frame with a tight wheelbase, proper angles, and super-low standover height, so tailwhips, can-cans, and maybe even a back flip are all on the table. The fork and cranks are made from chromoly too, so it can handle all the rough landings as you perfect your signature trick. The rigid fork keeps your front end light and makes the 1.1 perfect for trials and urban assaults as well. Horizontal drops make the singlespeed set up a snap and keeps things light and simple. Plus, Kenda K-Rad tires can go from the dirt to the street with no compromise, while the rear disc brake lets you scrub off speed and frees your front end for X-ups and bar spins.
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