Top 5 Most Expensive BMX Bikes in the World
If you are an avid BMX biker, you ar probably well aware of Most Expensive BMX Bikes can be. Between buying the bikes themselves coupled with the ongoing cost of parts and accessories–whether replacement or aftermarket–and it’s no wonder why BMX is such an expensive sport. Luckily, there are ways of getting good prices on bikes or bike parts without sacrificing quality in the process. Here is the list about Most Expensive BMX Bikes in the World
5. Model-C Pro – $850
The PRO comes with an amazing Odyssey parts package that includes Twombolt cranks, Quadrant rims, a CFL stem and Evo II brakes. Sunday’s Plus-4 geometry is the most radical improvement to 24” bikes in decades. These products are designed to do away with the ordinarily sluggish feel of traditional 24” BMX racing bikes. The end result is a properly scaled 24” frame, fork and bars with the style and handling of the 20” BMX you’ve always known and loved.
4. Speed Series XL – $869
These are the specs for the Pro. Its about the same except the XL has a 21″ top tube. GT earned its wings way back in the day in BMX race and the Speed Series Pro is the culmination of all those years of knowledge and refinement. Everything about it is fast, from the hydroformed aluminum frame and fork to the Alienation wheels with hollow chromoly axles. TruVativ supplies their Race cranks and the 44T sprocket is CNC’d aluminum, it shaves both grams off the bike and seconds off the clock. Bred for pure racing, the Speed Series sports an integrated head tube, chromo bars, Euro bottom bracket, and an integrated seat clamp so you can slam your SDG I-Beam saddle.
3. Race Lite – $870
The Race Lite is built upon Haro’s new ultra-light 7000-series aluminum Race Lite frame. That’s the frame their factory pros race on, and it features a redesigned rear triangle, sans the integrated chain adjusters and a redesigned internal Campy-spec head tube. As expected from Haro, the welds are even and clean, with no flaws apparent in the metal or finish. The Race Lite frame is lighter and stiffer than the Team Issue frame, which was, and still is constructed out of 6061 aluminum. For those that do not know, 7005 aluminum is lighter and stiffer than 6061-T6. To be specific for the weight-conscious, according to Haro’s spec, the Race Lite frame weighs in at 3 pounds, 6 ounces. That’s lighter than just about any other race frame out there (especially in this price class), and about a full pound lighter than the lightest chromoly race frames today.
2. Aaron Ross Sig – $970
The frame, bar and the Sunday “Morning 2.1” fork are fully made of 4130 CrMo and the fork has even been “41-Thermal” heat treated. Wheels with Odyssey “Hazard Lite” rims, a Odyssey “Vandero 2” front hub and the G-Sport “Ratchet” in the back are super light and smooth. As well as the wheels the other parts are the cream of the crop with parts like the Odyssey “Twombolt” crank, the Odyssey “EVO II” brake and the Odyssey “CFL” stem. The frames chrome finish and unique red-chrome parts are directly inspired by Aarons favorite racing bikes. Part for part, the Sunday “Aaron Ross SIG” 2011 BMX Bike comes the closest to matching Aarons personal ride.
1. Gary Young Sig – $970
Frame, bar and as well as the “41-Thermal” heat treated Sunday “Morning 2.1” fork are fully made of 4130 CrMo. It has a set of awesome bike parts with parts as the G-Sport “Ratchet” rear hub, the Odyssey “Hazard Lite” rims and the Odyssey “Twombolt” crank which let the BMX be very light without loosing strenght. The new complete bikes of Sunday BMX still have the highest quality parts available for your money, easily making them the Most Expensive BMX Bikes out there today.