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What Big BMX bikes are you riding? 26"/29"???

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That sounds exciting! If you're considering getting a BMX for the pump track, both 26" and 29" wheels have their perks, so it really comes down to your riding style and what feels best for you.

Here are a few options from brands I like:

Haro:
  • Haro Beasley 27.5: It's versatile and offers a nice balance between agility and stability.
  • Haro Steel Reserve: Known for being tough and perfect for pump tracks.
Redline:
  • Redline MX 26: A reliable choice with great build quality.
  • Redline Asset 24: Though it's a 24", it handles pump tracks really well.
SE Bikes:
  • SE Big Ripper 29: A fan favorite, especially if you're into bigger BMX bikes.
  • SE DJ Ripper 26: Built sturdy with excellent handling for pump tracks.
Each of these brands has some great bikes that could really enhance your experience on the pump track. If you have any specific preferences or needs, let me know and I can help narrow it down even more!
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Originally Posted by johnarden
That sounds exciting! If you're considering getting a BMX for the pump track, both 26" and 29" wheels have their perks, so it really comes down to your riding style and what feels best for you.

Here are a few options from brands I like:

Haro:
  • Haro Beasley 27.5: It's versatile and offers a nice balance between agility and stability.
  • Haro Steel Reserve: Known for being tough and perfect for pump tracks.
Redline:
  • Redline MX 26: A reliable choice with great build quality.
  • Redline Asset 24: Though it's a 24", it handles pump tracks really well.
SE Bikes:
  • SE Big Ripper 29: A fan favorite, especially if you're into bigger BMX bikes.
  • SE DJ Ripper 26: Built sturdy with excellent handling for pump tracks.
Each of these brands has some great bikes that could really enhance your experience on the pump track. If you have any specific preferences or needs, let me know and I can help narrow it down even more!
I wouldn't go 26" for pump track - I find the 24" clumsy on the pump track and the wheel big enough that I'll tap it with my behind occasionally. 20" all the way. 26"+ BMX-style bikes are just for pretending you're 13 again and looking cool riding to the neighbourhood pub in my book.
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