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Ever wonder what goes on inside the SE Bikes factory?? A whole lot! That’s what! Aside from that, here are some small teaser photos to let you in on what we have cookin’…

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The 24” Quadangle Freestyle makes it’s first-ever appearance in our Retro line. Built with 24” wheels, raised bottom bracket, and short rear-end, this bike rides like a modern new-school cruiser. Add in the standing platforms on the rear, Standing Gear forks, rotor, and Oakley B-1B grips, and you have the perfect mix of an excellent ride with old-school freestyle flair. MSRP: $729




Sep 182014

Our good friend Aaron Nardi recently visited skate legend Sal Barbier’s old school bmx show known as “BMXpert” in Melrose. With old school BMX being the main attraction, you know SE Bikes is in! Peep what Aaron had to say for himself below and click HERE for the actual article!

“Legendary skater Sal Barbier teamed up with Scion AV to put on the recent “BMXpert” show. The show represents Sal’s love for old school bmx, mixed with his own design aesthetics. If you are in the neighborhood, “BMXpert” runs until October 11th at the Scion AV Installation space on Melrose.” -Aaron Nardi



Sep 172014

The OM Flyer was one of the first ever 26” BMX bikes on the market. Fast forward 35+ years, and the OM Flyer still leads the “Big BMX” charge. Built with a Cr-Mo frame & fork and comfortable modern-day geometry in a white, red, and blue colorway, it’s easy to see that it will remain a classic for years to come. MSRP: $729


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The guys over at RideBMX sent out a mass vote asking different PRO’s and industry folk who they thought the most underrated riders in BMX were. Well, the new issue of the magazine is out, the results are in, and we want to give a congratulations to our very own Kris Fox for making the list! Kris has been all over the place lately, and we are excited to see it getting noticed!


The photo above is Kris cranking a lookback as seen in the new issue, photo by Jeff Z. Pick yourself up a copy today!

Sep 152014

Interbike 2015 is officially in the rear view mirror and it was a success! Thank you to everyone who stopped by the SE Bikes booth and gave us a visit, we really appreciate it. Here are some last minute photos from the SE booth. Anyone recognize the BMX legend in the middle of the photo below? Till next time Vegas!




We teamed up with Travis Barker, a long-time BMX collector and friend of SE bikes for a special collaboration with his brand Famous Stars and Straps for their 15th year anniversary. The end result is a unique Big Ripper wrapped in the Famous Stars and Straps Tiger Camo featuring authentic ODI Mushroom II grips and 29” Thick Slick tires. MSRP: $749




Sep 112014

It’s that time of the year again! Interbike, America’s bicycle convention has officially kicked off! SE Bikes is in the house with some of our fresh new 2015 bikes on display. If you’re lucky enough to be at the show, roll by booth #6045 to see what’s shakin’ here at SE!





Sep 102014

Fresh Utah resident Pat “Big Daddy” Laughlin has been busy throwing dirt and packing lips getting his trails all dialed in. By the looks of them, they look rad and have been getting some heavy sessions. Peep Big Daddy enjoying all of his hard work with a front flip unturndown… Bam!


Sep 092014

These past two weeks, our very own Kris Fox has been on the move around the UK. He made his way over there with some of the Demolition Parts crew to tour around different cities, bike shops, skateparks, and everything else England had to offer on the Tea & Biscuits Re-Fill Tour. The crew had to battle the weather here and there, but according to Kris, in the end everything worked out for the best by everyone getting good content, sight seeing, and sharing laughs.


Photo by Steve Bancroft as seen on www.demolitionparts.com.


Photo by Steve Bancroft as seen on www.demolitionparts.com.

After the Tea & Biscuits Tour was done for Kris, he then made his way up to North Wales for the Red Bull Quartermaster event. Red Bull Quartermaster is no joke and consists of a massive roll-in, a 26 foot tall dirt quarter pipe, and speeds up to 30+ MPH. Kris said he was going so fast towards the quarter pipe, his eyes were starting to water. Peep the photo below of Kris getting all sorts of stylish high above the North Wales country side!