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Radio Asura Pro
$1,739.99
The Asura Pro uses our full Chromoly aftermarket dirt jump frame as a base and then injects a pro level parts upgrade in the form of a Manitou Circus Comp fork, Tektro hydraulic disc brake, and fully sealed Radio Pro DJ wheels. Perfect for blasting the trails, sessioning the skatepark, or even street missions, the Asura Pro is a bike that might just surprise you with how versatile it is.
Radio Griffin
$1,559.99
A truly exceptional bike—bettering itself year after year, the Griffin is built onto a competition-spec 6061-T6 alloy frame and boasts components from Maxxis, RST, Tektro, Race Face, and FSA. Now in a mesmerizing Cobalt Green paint finish, our mid-level dirt jump machine is a bike that you can't get enough of.
Radio Minotaur
$1,499.99
Simply for shredding. All-new for 2021, the Minotaur is a dirt/pump track beast with a full 6061-T6 alloy frame for performance, as well as our own rigid chromoly fork for simplicity, speed, and style. By using a rigid fork, we were able to not only offer an easily upgradable bike with a pro-spec alloy frame for a much lower price but also create a bike that simply didn't exist yet. The Minotaur is a bike that's as fun to ride as it looks. With camo Radio Helix tires and a rigid fork, this is one lively bike design for nothing but fun!
Radio Fiend
$1,389.99
For those times when bigger is better, we offer a full range of 26" bikes that are ready for serious all-terrain fun. The 26" Fiend features a lightweight 6061-T6 alloy frame, a 100mm travel fork, and an 8-speed gear setup, making it perfect for both fun on the pump track and shredding in the streets. This is one fun and exciting 26" machine that you won't be able to put down.
Radio Asura
$1,269.99
The Asura features a lightweight but tough Chromoly/steel frame, a 100mm travel fork, and a stacked list of Radio, RST, and Tektro components that make a fun and exciting 26" machine that you won't be able to put down. It's ready for serious all-terrain fun on the streets, jumps, and pumptracks.
Radio Legion 29
$1,209.99
A new kind of bike, the Legion is an urban weapon designed to ride through it all, one wheel or two. We designed our very own 6061-T6 alloy frame with "wheelie-specific geometry", making it super responsive and easy to pick up and maneuver, yet stable at high speeds. With the frame being alloy, it's low in weight but tough enough to handle anything you can throw at it (or throw it at!). Fully sealed Radio Pro wheels with massive 2.3" Radio tires and a Tektro disc brakes, front and rear, make this wheelie machine simply unbeatable and unlike anything else out there right now. This year we tweaked the geometry, added a wild new paint finish, and added a full disc setup to the front.
Radio Revo 18
$589.99
The Revo line allows you to get your first taste of the BMX world on a solid and well-designed bike. We took extra care when hand-selecting the components on these bikes to ensure that they could be ridden straight out of the box and are simple to work on and maintain, but also easily upgradeable over time. Despite the low price-point, the Revo is packed full of great features like 25-9 gearing, tapered fork legs, and short/responsive pro-inspired geometry. The Revo 18" sits one step below a full-size 20" BMX bike, giving younger riders a snappier and more responsive bike that fits them perfectly. Much like our Dice 18" model, you'll find a lightweight, slim combo saddle and smaller 25-9 gearing, making this bike look and ride just like a pro-level complete.
Radio Revo 20
$544.99
The Revo 20 allows you to get your first taste of the bmx world on a solid and well-designed bike. We took extra care when hand selecting the components on these bikes to ensure that the bike could be ridden straight out of the box, simple to work on and maintain, but also easily upgradable over time. Despite the low price-point, the Revo is packed full of great features like 25-9 gearing, tapered fork legs, and short/responsive pro-inspired geometry.
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