BMX - Small Bikes?
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01-25-05, 07:08 PM
Hey ive got one of them kiddy bikes lying around, u know the ones with the kick brake and all, and i was wondering if theres any after market parts out there for those?
01-26-05, 05:47 AM
HAH!? that was so funny i forgot to laugh... excluding that first "hah." no but really, i don't think there is, try ebay if you want to find some parts to replace on yours.
01-26-05, 01:17 PM
You should really trick it out by scouring your local Wal-Mart, Target, and K-Mart. Look for anything with the word 'extreme' or better yet 'X-Treme!' on it, or anything really, really flourescent. Those parts will trick your ride out and make you bling-bling cool.
01-26-05, 01:50 PM
HAH!? that was so funny i forgot to laugh... excluding that first "hah."
Nice Family Guy quote.(by Stewie)
01-26-05, 01:54 PM
I didn't need the smart a$$ remark, im being serious im using this as a sde projectsince im working on my fuse bike as well, and we just want something to d*ck around on, i ride mx and im thinking of the same idea we use to do and still do where we get the honda xr 50s (for small children) and trick em out with better parts theres quite a few companys who sell parts for em and i was wonderin if its the same with these
01-26-05, 05:09 PM
If you are being serious, then write serious:
"I have a 12 inch bike from Wal-Mart that I am looking to try to just have some fun and screw around on. You know, a pit-bike thing... nothing serious. But, I wanted to upgrade some stuff. Do you know what would fit?"
Well, if it is not a 20" bike then you aren't going to get good forks, rims, or tires for it. But, otherwise, everything should be close to standard. The hubs are typically 3/8" so any 3/8" hub can replace the existing one. You could put a $200.00 Profile cassette hub on it if you want.
But, really, almost all bike stuff across the spectrum from pro bikes to k-mart crap still uses standard sizing and fairly common placement. So, a lot of stuff to trick it out can come from bike shops... Still not sure why you would want to because for the same money you can buy a GOOD 16" Hoffman or Haro and really have something that deserves to be tricked out.
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