All of our limited edition bikes are available as complete bikes as well as framesets. We sell them in the USA & worldwide. Here in the USA, we offer 250 completes and 100 - 250 framesets. Add in the complete bikes and framesets for the rest of the world and that explains why you might have serial number 443 on your limited edition bike.
We send our catalogs to our dealers; feel free to ask for one. Check back soon for a full PDF version in our Support Hub.
We have our 2008 model year catalog with specs listed in our support hub. Coming soon we will have our 2006 and 2007 catalogs as well. We do not have information for models prior to 2006 model year.
All warranty claims begin by bringing your bike to a local authorized SE dealer. It does not have to be the shop where the bike was purchased; any SE dealer should be able to help you. If you are outside of the US, please contact your local distributor or the authorized SE representative for your country. If the dealer determines that the situation is a valid warranty claim, they will contact us and we will work to resolve the problem as quickly as possible.
By using the Dealer Locator on the website, you can find the local SE Dealers in your area. A couple of quick calls will get you the answer. With so many dealers, it’s impossible for us to know the stock at each location.
We don’t have any records to date our old bikes. If you want the best guess/estimate of the year of production, you can hunt around on such sites as www.bmxmuseum.com , www.os-bmx.com , www.vintagebmx.com , and www.bmxactiononline.com
As far as how much your bike is worth – it’s worth whatever someone is willing to pay for it. As simple as that. Hunt around on the websites listed above & you may find somebody who is looking for the exact bike that you have
This is a question better suited for an SE dealer who can look at your bike and the new parts to make a qualified decision. Modifying your bike can make it more enjoyable but it can also make it unsafe if the parts are not assembled properly onto your bike. It’s best if an authorized dealer inspects your bike and does the maintenance to assure safety and proper function.
If the SE shop near you doesn’t have the bike or product you want, you can ask them to order it for you. Most shops are happy to do this.
Unfortunately we can not determine our dealers’ current inventories. Ask your dealer to order the bike for you.
We rely heavily on the expertise of our dealers to act as our technical service representatives. Our dealers have outstanding technical knowledge and are excellent at finding the right parts for any of our bikes. If you have technical question, you will get your answer from an authorized dealer.
Owner’s manuals are generic by necessity. If you need specific maintenance advice, ask your local bike shop if they provide seminars on bike maintenance. There are also quite a few good books about maintenance available, as well as internet sites dedicated to the topic.
We have a “dealer locator” button on the top right of our website.
All warranty issues must go through an SE dealer.
We don’t have any records to date our old bikes. If you want the best guess/estimate of year of production, you can hunt around on such site as www.bmxmuseum.com , www.os-bmx.com , www.vintagebmx.com , www.bmxactiononline.com
With so many different models & different colors in the SE line, it’s impossible for us to stock replacement decals for all of our bikes
We sold out of our original frame decals many moons ago. But we have some 1st & 2nd generation reproduction decals that will be available through www.bmxproducts.com
We are not able to sell directly to riders. Your local SE dealer is your best bet.