25th Freestyle BMX Bicycle by KHE Bikes

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KHE Bikes 25th Freestyle BMX Bicycles, White

The KHE Bikes’ 25th Freestyle BMX Bike is another quality offering from the KHE Bikes in the entry level BMX category. This one is a compact bicycle and has all the features that you typically look for in a BMX bicycle. The bike is quite robust and durable and can survive the poundings in the park. It features a hi-tensile steel frame which is quite strong and has been designed to handle high pressures. The fork of this bike is also made from the same material as its frame and has the ability to endure force. MVP 2.35 tires of this bike are tough enough and ensure superior grip while the cassette rear hub and the axle front hub offer durability. The front and rear U brakes of this bike offer ample braking force and allow precision braking with superior stability and control. The 3-pc. chromoly crank ensures optimal power transfer and makes sure the bike is extremely responsive. The looks of the bike are quite slick and impressive and the price point at which this bicycle is being offered makes it one the best bargains. The KHE 25th Freestyle BMX is the ideal bike for getting started in the BMX path and if you are looking for a solid BMX bicycle which offers to you style, strength, performance and durability, this one fits the bill perfectly.
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The KHE Bikes’ 25th Freestyle BMX Bike features
1020 Hi-tensile Steel Frame; 1020 Hi-tensile Steel Fork with Tapered Legs, 10 millimetre Dropouts and U-brake Mounts; 1020 Hi-tensile steel KHE “Root” Bar (H: 8.25-inch; W:27.5-inch); KHE MVP Grips; Topload Stem; 1-1/8’’ Integrated Headset; KHE “Affix” Gyro; KHE Prism Plastic Pedals; 36-H Front Hub with 10 millimetre Axle; 36-H Rear Hub with Fully Sealed Bearings and 14 millimetre Axle; 36-H  Single Walled Front Rim; 36-H Double Walled Rear Rim; KHE “MVP” Combo Seatpost; KHE “MVP” 2.35-inch Tires; KHE Prism Steel Pegs; U Brakes.
The 25th Freestyle BMX by KHE Bikes comes with a steel frame and fork. The steel frame makes the bike robust and durable. However, the strength and durability comes at the cost of weight. Weighing at around twenty eight and a half pounds, this bike is a tad bit on the heavier side for a BMX bike. The other components are pretty standard in this bike.
The saddle of the bike is pretty cheap and not comfortable at all. The brakes are alright but could have been a lot better. The rims are pretty flimsy and the tires are also on the thinner side. The less is said about the pedals, the better it is. In order to get the best out of the bike, you must have these components upgraded.
This is the 2013 edition of the 25th Freestyle BMX bike. This bike looks decent. It is sufficiently strong to take on the hard falls and ugly wipe outs in the skate park. However, as mentioned earlier, it is not very light. The cost of the bike increases once you take into account the cost of upgrades. The bike is quite reliable and sturdy and if you are looking for a strong bike to get started on the BMX path, certainly consider this as one of your options.

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