The best beginner BMX bikes

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The best beginner BMX bikes
Beginner BMX models feature simple yet functional designs. (bmx 13 image by Marc Rigaud from Fotolia.com)

Beginner BMX riders need a versatile bike that allows them to dabble in the various types of riding that BMX has to offer. Novice riders should keep in mind that purchasing a large-framed expert series BMX will make learning more difficult. New riders should purchase a beginner model BMX, which has a smaller body that helps in the learning process. Many top BMX manufacturers offer bikes specifically catered towards beginners.

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Fit Bike Company

BMX Bike Reviews named Fit Bikes one of the top five BMX bike companies of 2009. Fit Bikes constructs the beginner model bikes with the same quality materials it uses for the advanced and expert models. The 16- and 18-inch models from Fit Bikes are tailored towards young riders with a small stature. The 16-inch model features a 16-inch top tube, which refers to the tube of the bike frame which holds the seat, which allows for a smaller rider to be able to maneuver the bike with ease. The 18-inch model features an 18-inch head tube. Both the 16- and 18-inch beginner models from Fit Bikes have a strong alloy build to ensure the bike lasts. Like most beginner BMX bikes, the 16- and 18-inch models from Fit Bikes have a brake system that can be accessed by pressing a lever on the handlebars.

Haro Bikes

According to BMX Bike Reviews, "Haro have a long standing reputation for developing innovative, top-of-the-line BMX bikes that continues to this day." Haro Bikes manufacturers bikes for all types of riding and even has a junior series of bikes that meet the needs of the beginner BMX rider. The junior series from Haro Bikes offers a lightweight and compact frame, which helps the young rider to feel comfortable on top of the bike. The junior series features a top tube that is just over 18 inches. The pedals on the junior series from Haro Bikes are a miniature version of the conventional pedals to allow the smaller feet of the beginner rider to comfortably push the bike forward. The junior series BMX from Haro Bikes features a braking mechanism, which is located under the right handlebar grip.

Mongoose

Mongoose bikes continues to produce the best BMX and mountain biking models. According to BMX Bike Reviews, "The company now produces several models of BMX, mountain bikes and street bicycles, making ample use of lightweight alloys and magnesium." Mongoose also offers a series of BMX bikes for juveniles and beginner riders. The Pit Crew model from Mongoose features the same construction as the advanced models yet features a 16-inch top tube for smaller riders. The Pit Crew model even features a set of pegs for novice riders who have mastered the basics and wish to move on to tricks. Young riders can utilize the pegs of Pit Crew model from Mongoose to execute grinds on ramps as well as perform flatland BMX tricks.

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