The Speedway Junior bears the same race-winning lineage that bigger Free Agent bikes have, just sized down to an 18-inch top tube, perfect for youngsters getting into ripping around the track. It has what it takes to beat the competition, including a light, stiff aluminum frame with stiff 3-piece cranks to snap out of the gate and accelerate with lightning-fast speed. The double-wall, alloy rims with Maxxis DTH tires deliver durability for serious racing and the slightly scaled-down components supply all the tools necessary to get across the finish line first.
The Salire's hi-tensile steel chassis is up for harsh everyday riding like your marathon dirt jump sessions, and comes back for more the next day. It's got a VAXA fork with 100mm of travel as landing gear, and double-wall Weinmann rims fitted with grippy Kenda Small Block 8 tires make sure you stick your landing with no collateral damage. The Salire's Free Agent 3-piece, hollow-spindle CrMo crank puts up with a beating, always willing and able to get you up to speed for the next set.
They always say practice makes perfect, so let your burgeoning BMX star get started right away with Free Agent's Team Micro. Sporting tight racing geometry, a lightweight aluminum frame and a Q2 carbon fork, the Micro is perfect for little rippers who have future World Championships in their sights. To help them get out front, the Micro's Q2 Elite Mini Wheelset and 2-piece cranks let them put the hammer down. And, the appropriately sized specs give young shredders control and confidence, whether they're riding around the track or the block.
Free Agent's Team Expert is a mid-size BMX ripper that's built for a mid-size champion. It rocks an ultra-light aluminum frame with full-on race geometry and a Q2 carbon fork. Its aluminum bars and super-light, 2-piece cranks are spec'd so you have the power you need to put the hammer down and win the holeshot. And if you've got the speed, the Expert has the gear with legit Q2 wheels and fast, grippy Maxxis tires.
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