BMX Frames

BMX Frames

Radio Fox 20.6 inch TT BMX Frame - Translucent Blue

The radio team couldn't be more excited to bring you Brian Fox‘s new signature “Fox” frame. Brian had a lot of input on a frame which could handle his explosive style and function as the perfect all-around setup.  Available in a 20.6” the frame was designed to allow both bigger and sma..

349.99€ Ex Tax: 284.54€

349.99€ Ex Tax: 284.54€

Radio Nemesis 20.75 Inch TT Frame - Black

Radio's Nemesis frame was created with one thing in mind, durability. This fully heat-treated Chromo frame features super thick 6mm thick CNC machined dropouts and super short 12.7″ chainstay and steeper 75.5 degree headtube angle, giving you a responsive and agile frame. The Nemesis uses s..

299.99€ Ex Tax: 243.89€

299.99€ Ex Tax: 243.89€

Radio Nemesis 21 Inch TT Frame - Black

Radio's Nemesis frame was created with one thing in mind, durability. This fully heat-treated Chromo frame features super thick 6mm thick CNC machined dropouts and super short 12.7″ chainstay and steeper 75.5 degree headtube angle, giving you a responsive and agile frame. The Nemesis uses strai..

299.99€ Ex Tax: 243.89€

299.99€ Ex Tax: 243.89€

Radio S6 20.4 inch TT BMX Frame - Translucent Orange

The S6 frame was designed with a smooth headtube and minimal dropouts. The unique seat tube design gives your feet more room to pinch during intricate tricks. Available in 2 colors and your choice of 20.4″ or 20.8″, the S6 frame is perfect for anyone looking to shred a skatepark or hit the streets..

349.99€ Ex Tax: 284.54€

349.99€ Ex Tax: 284.54€

Radio S6 20.8 inch TT BMX Frame - Green

The S6 frame was designed with a smooth headtube and minimal dropouts. The unique seat tube design gives your feet more room to pinch during intricate tricks. Available in 2 colors and your choice of 20.4″ or 20.8″, the S6 frame is perfect for anyone looking to shred a skatepark or hit the streets.&..

349.99€ Ex Tax: 284.54€

349.99€ Ex Tax: 284.54€

Volume Dinosaur 21 Inch TT BMX Frame - Black/Chrome

For Volume’s 20th anniversary they decided to bring back a classic frame. Brian Castillo’s signature Dinosaur frame. This frame originally came out in 2001. This frame is only available in a 20.5” top tube and dropouts used from a past Volume frame. This frame has kept up to date with BMX te..

499.99€ Ex Tax: 406.50€

499.99€ Ex Tax: 406.50€

Volume Vessel V2 21 Inch TT BMX Frame - Black

The Vessel V2 frame from Volume is totally made of 4130 chromoly tubing with a 75° head tube angle, 71° seat tube angle, 11.7″ bottom bracket height, 9.25″ standover height and 13.25″ – 13.75″ chainstay length.If you studied the beautiful Vessel V" Frames you would find so many amazing features s..

399.99€ Ex Tax: 325.20€

399.99€ Ex Tax: 325.20€

Volume Voyager 20.75 Inch TT BMX Frame - Black

The Volume riding team asked for certain features for the next team frame all of those features can be found on the Voyager frame; a steeper 75.25° head tube, shorter 12.75" slammed chainstay (13" centre to centre) and a higher 9.25" seat tube height. Also featuring very simple straight gauge tubi..

399.99€ Ex Tax: 325.20€

399.99€ Ex Tax: 325.20€

Volume Voyager 20.75 Inch TT BMX Frame - Transeculant Red

The Volume riding team asked for certain features for the next team frame all of those features can be found on the Voyager frame; a steeper 75.25° head tube, shorter 12.75" slammed chainstay (13" centre to centre) and a higher 9.25" seat tube height. Also featuring very simple straight gauge tubing..

399.99€ Ex Tax: 325.20€

399.99€ Ex Tax: 325.20€

Volume War Horse V2 20.75 Inch TT BMX Frame - Black

DeMarcus Paul’s signature frame, the War Horse. DeMarcus knew exactly what specs he wanted on his signature frame; 12.5” slammed chainstay, 75.5º head tube, 9.25” stand over, and CNC’d VLM logo on the hour glass head tube. The War Horse also features Volume’s proven investment casted 7 mm dropout..

399.99€ Ex Tax: 325.20€

399.99€ Ex Tax: 325.20€

WeThePeople Audio 22 Inch TT BMX Frame&Fork Set - Matt Black

WeThePeople's first ever 22” frame & fork kit.While maintaining the classic BMX look the larger wheel diameter gives a more stable base for your BMX tricks. Perfect for taller riders. Designed using completely after market components the design team spent countless hours dialling in the geometry..

459.99€ Ex Tax: 373.98€

459.99€ Ex Tax: 373.98€

WeThePeople Battleship 21 Inch TT BMX Frame - Carbon Raw

The WeThePeople team have worked with and utilized cutting edge hydroforming technology, The battleship frame will best serve an advanced Rider including those who frequent the streets. With 12.7" chainstay, thicker CNC machined dropouts (designed to work flawlessly with hub-guards and pegs). ..

389.99€ Ex Tax: 317.07€

389.99€ Ex Tax: 317.07€

What Is a BMX Frame?

Frame is the core of a BMX bike, it is the biggest and most essential part on the bike.

A frame is one of those parts on a BMX that is most satisfying and scariest parts to buy at the same time. The reason for the satisfaction is the fact that the frame can change the entire look of your bike and can make a huge difference to your riding when you get a better fitting frame. However, the scary part about buying a frame is the fact that it is the most expensive part on the bike and it is important for you to make a good choice when buying a frame in order to enjoy your riding as much as possible!

Head-tube Angle: Steep or Flat?

Head-tube angle plays a big part in choosing your frame as it is responsible for the responsiveness of your BMX bike. The steeper the head-tube angle is, the more responsive is your BMX allowing for sharper turns. Most park/street riders prefer a steeper head-tube angle where trail riders prefer their head-tube to be more flat in order to gain more control over the bike at high speeds.

Chainstay

When we are looking at the responsiveness of the bike, chainstay is a huge factor. The usual chainstay sizes vary from 10"-14" depending on the frame. Most park riders prefer a shorter chainstay as it makes their rear end shorter providing them with more responsiveness. On the other hand, trail riders like their chainstay a little longer as it provides them with the extra bit of control.

What Materials Are Used When Creating a Frame?

Most of the Freestyle BMX Frames are made from either Hi-Ten steel or Chromoly, in some cases it can be a mixture of both. These materials tend to be very heavy however, they are extremely durable which is exactly what you need for freestyle BMX-ing.
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