Elite Destro bike Grey Freestyle Bike 20in BMX -Live4Bikes
Elite Destro bike Grey Freestyle Bike 20in BMX -Live4Bikes
Elite Destro bike Grey Freestyle Bike 20in BMX -Live4Bikes
Elite Destro bike Grey Freestyle Bike 20in BMX -Live4Bikes
Elite Destro bike Grey Freestyle Bike 20in BMX -Live4Bikes
Elite Destro bike Grey Freestyle Bike 20in BMX -Live4Bikes
Elite Destro bike Grey Freestyle Bike 20in BMX -Live4Bikes

Elite Destro bike Grey Freestyle Bike 20in BMX -Live4Bikes

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The NEW Destro from Elite BMX is another great Mid-level complete that works well on the street, dirt, and park.  With upgraded components from our entry-level, this is sure to add another great pricing level to your store.  Amazing Value!
Are you looking to unleash your inner trickster? The Elite BMX Destro Freestyle Bike Grey is the perfect companion. Featuring a 25T/9T chain rink and driver, as well as a 14mm rear axle, the Elite Destro is specifically designed for those who aren’t afraid to take their skills to the skate park. This bike has high-quality build materials, ensuring exhilarating and powerful performances with every single ride - whether you’re out showing off at the skate park or exploring the trails. Get ready for an adventure-filled journey that brings out your inner stuntman - prepare to be the envy of fellow bikers!
Are you ready to take your freestyle biking to the next level?
Introducing the Elite BMX Destro Bike Grey Freestyle Bike, the perfect ride for the skate park and beyond. Measuring 20 inches in size, made from high quality materials and featuring a 25t/9t chain rink and driver as well as a 14mm rear axle, this freestyle bike is the most popular of its kind – and for good reason.
Take on daring tricks and stunts, drop into thrilling hills and jumps and challenge yourself every time you hit the path. Be wild and wicked, enjoy the feeling of freedom and release! The Elite BMX Destro Bike Grey Freestyle Bike is the perfect way to push yourself and the limits others set for you. So don’t wait another minute, jump on your bike and prove your power!

FRAME: Hi-tensile steel (20.5" Toptube)
FORK: Cr-Mo 
HEADSET: 1 1/8" Integrated sealed
STEM: Alloy (50mm reach)
BARS: 4 Piece Cr-MO  (8.75" Rise)
CRANKS: 3-Piece Cr-Mo Crank x 170mm   
BOTTOM BRACKET: Sealed 48T Spline 
PEDALS: Hi-Density Plastic Platform 
TIRES: 20x2.4"
BRAKE LEVER: Tektro Alloy 
BRAKES: Tektro Alloy  U-brake
WEIGHT: 26.2 lbs

 The Thrilling World of BMX Bikes: Unveiling the Various Types and Their Distinct Purposes


BMX biking is a captivating and adrenaline-fueled sport that has captured the hearts of riders around the globe. BMX bikes, with their compact frames and sturdy build, are designed to endure the high-impact nature of freestyle tricks, racing, and the exploratory ventures of young riders. In this article, we'll delve into the world of BMX bikes, highlighting the different types of 20-inch bikes available, including freestyle, racing, and kids' bikes.

1. Freestyle BMX Bikes

Freestyle BMX bikes are specifically designed to perform a wide range of tricks and stunts on various terrains, such as skate parks, street obstacles, and dirt jumps. They are built to withstand the constant punishment of jumps, grinds, and high-impact landings. Freestyle BMX bikes are characterized by their durability, maneuverability, and versatility.

a) Street Bikes: Street bikes are ideal for riders who prefer urban environments and enjoy the challenge of utilizing the cityscape for their stunts. These bikes typically have reinforced frames, pegs on the axles for grinding, and a gyro braking system for advanced bar spins and tailwhips.

b) Park Bikes: Park bikes are designed for riders who frequent skate parks and enjoy catching air off ramps and transitions. They usually feature a lighter frame, high-rise handlebars for better control, and a minimalistic design to enhance agility and responsiveness.

c) Dirt Jump Bikes: Dirt jump bikes are built to tackle jumps and trails with rugged terrains. They feature sturdy frames, knobby tires for improved traction, and a suspension system for absorbing shocks upon landing. These bikes often have a single gear and a compact chainring for better clearance during jumps.

2. Racing BMX Bikes

Racing BMX bikes are engineered for speed, agility, and precision, making them ideal for competitive racing events held on specialized tracks. These bikes prioritize lightweight frames and components to maximize acceleration and maneuverability. Racing BMX bikes are typically equipped with larger gearing systems for higher top speeds and are designed to excel on smooth surfaces.

a) Mini/Junior Bikes: Mini and junior racing BMX bikes are designed for younger riders who are just starting in the sport. These bikes feature smaller frames and components, enabling young riders to maneuver and control their bikes effectively. They are excellent choices for kids who want to get into BMX racing.

b) Expert/Pro Bikes: Expert and pro racing BMX bikes are built for more experienced riders who compete at higher levels. These bikes have larger frames and components to accommodate taller riders, and they boast advanced features, such as carbon fiber frames, lightweight wheels, and precise gearing systems.

3. Kids' BMX Bikes

Kids' BMX bikes are tailored to suit the needs of young riders who want to experience the thrill of BMX biking. These bikes are specifically designed to be smaller, lighter, and easier to control, ensuring a safe and enjoyable ride for children.

Kids' BMX bikes often feature adjustable seat heights, smaller frames, and simplified components to accommodate the size and skill level of young riders. They provide a stepping stone for children to develop their bike-handling skills and progress into more advanced BMX disciplines.

BMX biking offers a thrilling and exhilarating experience for riders of all ages and skill levels. Whether you're into freestyle tricks, competitive racing, or seeking a bike for your child, there is a specialized BMX bike for everyone. Freestyle BMX bikes cater to the demands of street, park, and dirt riding, while racing BMX bikes excel in competitive tracks, and kids' BMX