With the â€˜kidsâ€™ these days doing all sorts of trickery on track bikes (not to mention those silly â€˜top tube padsâ€™ they put on them), itâ€™s not too difficult to see a comparison between fixed gear freestyling and BMXing. And, well, DC Shoes â€“ who havenâ€™t historically set their sights on cycling â€“ has certainly noticed, and theyâ€™ve teamed up with SE Bikes to release a limited-edition bike. Based on SE’s classic BMX bike, the PK Ripper, the updated version is a matte black number, limited to only 1,250 units worldwide. And, being that itâ€™s constructed from a historical BMX manufacturer, itâ€™ll hopefully be able to withstand a trip down a flight of stairs better than an rusted, converted 10-speed. Get more information on the project right here, and keep your eyes on your local cycle boutiques!
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