Maniacc Flyer 27.5"+

$849.99 USD

The 27.5”+ Maniacc Flyer is definitely an eye catcher! This beast of a bike is built around oversized 27.5” x 3.0” Vee x SE Speedster tires. The frame features an internal headset, mid-bottom bracket, and a short rear end to make it easier to get that wheel up. Whether raising it up on the streets or hitting the dirt jumps, skatepark or ramps, Maniacc Flyer is the bike you need!

30-Day Return Policy

Ship to Home Return Policy
Item(s) in new, unassembled, unused condition and with all original packaging, hangtags, and parts will be eligible for a refund when returned within 30 days of purchase. Return shipping fees apply. 

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Ship to Store Return Policy
Bicycles can be returned at time of pick-up only. After leaving the store with your assembled bicycle the sale is final. It’s up to the seller you purchased from to initiate the return. Restocking fee may apply. 

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Assembly Instructions

Congratulations on your new SE Bike! SE bikes ship partially assembled from the factory. We always recommend that a trained mechanic build your bike, but if you follow this guide and take your time, you can build the bike yourself. Always ask an experienced mechanic about any steps you're unsure of.

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  • 6061 Aluminum floval tubing frame, symmetrical rear end, internal headset, mid bottom bracket, 142mm-spaced SE Wave dropouts
  • Cr-Mo Landing Gear forks with 110mm-spaced dropouts
  • Vee Tire Co Speedster 27.5" x 3.0â" tires with optimal speed and grip at 30psi
  • SE Bike Life grips with rubber end plugs
  • Maniacc Flyer seat with grippy top cover
  • Tektro MD-280 mechanical disc brakes
  • SE Wheelie pegs, SE chain tensioners, and alloy valve caps included
  • 33.8 pounds
Suggested Rider Size5'3"+ (160cm+)
Frame6061 Aluminum Floval Tubing, Internal Head Tube, 68mm Mid Bottom Bracket, Symmetrical Rear End, Disc Brake Tabs, 142mm Spaced SE Wave Dropouts
ForkLanding Gear, Cr-Mo, 430mm Axle to Crown, 39mm Offset, 110mm Spaced Dropouts, Disc Brake Tabs
CranksetSE 3-pc Cr-Mo, 175mm, Sealed Bearing Mid Bottom Bracket, 160mm Spindle Length, 19mm Spindle Diameter, 33T SE Sprocket
PedalsSE Nylon Fiber Platform
ChainKMC S1
WheelsetAlloy 36H Nutted Hubs, Sealed Rear, 110mm Front Hub & 142mm Rear Hub, w/ 42mm Double-Wall Disc Rims, 16T Cassette, Stainless Spokes
TiresVee Tire Co x SE Racing Speedster, 27.5" x 3.0" Front & Rear
BrakesetTektro Aries, MD-280, Mechanical Disc, 160mm Rotors Front & Rear
Brake LeversTektro MT2.1, 2-Finger Alloy Front & Rear
HeadsetFSA Internal, No.10, 1-1/8"
HandlebarBig Honkin' Cruiser Bar, 30" x 6", 10° Backsweep, 1° Upsweep
StemSE Bike Life Alloy Top-Load, 55mm Reach
GripsSE Bike Life Grips w/ SE Rubber End Plugs
SeatSE Maniacc Flyer Seat w/ Super Grippy Top Cover
SeatpostRace Rocker Micro-Adjust Alloy, 27.2mm
Seat ClampAlloy, 31.8mm Inner Diameter
AccessoriesSE Bike Life Wheelie Pegs, Alloy Valve Caps
Weight33.8 lbs / 15.33 kgs
ATop Tube, Actual 22.9"
BSeat Tube, Center To Top16.1"
CSeat Tube Angle 73°
DHead Tube Angle 71°
EChainstay Length17.3"
GBottom Bracket Height 12.4"
Handlebar Width30"
Wheel Size27.5"
Seat Post Diameter27.2mm




SE bikes ship partially assembled from the factory. We always recommend that a trained mechanic build your bike, but if you follow this guide and take your time, you can build the bike yourself.

Customer Reviews

Based on 41 reviews
Dominic Perry
good n reliable

this bike got a lot of memory's on it perfect for 5,4-5,7 ft

awesome bike

I have had my bike for about a year with stock tubes! great for swerving

Front Tire

I've never really had any issues with my maniacc until now. My front tire has gone flat somehow. I checked all around it to see if it had any holes. And there weren't. I was confused at first then realized that the little hole you put air inside of, was loose. I tried moving it around and trying to adjust it to somehow make it solid and not lose air, but I've tried everything. I was looking for a new front tire on this website but there aren't any. I checked all over the web. I can't seem to find the front tire for a maniacc flyer. And if I use an alternative to the original ones, it'll look awkward and weird with two different tires. I'd either have to buy a new bike or use two completely different tires.

Hi Zo,
Thanks so much for contacting us. Based on what you're describing, it sounds like you need to have the tube replaced, not the complete tire. We recommend working with a local bike shop to have this issue addressed. If you're comfortable taking care of this issue yourself, your Maniacc Flyer uses a 27' x 3.0' tube with a Schrader valve.


Upon delivery and trying to assemble it , it was perfect but after a few days of riding the brakes were shot and started making squeezing noises from the rear even when j wasn’t tapping the brakes, good bike just came with a ton of problems for me

Hey Fabio,

We're sorry to hear that you're having trouble with the brakes. If you want to reach out to our customer support team at we'd be happy to help.


Great bike. Rides well