The 2014 Kink Kicker 18″ complete bike is available and comes with the following parts. Frame: Kink Kicker 100% Hi-Ten Steel. Toptube: 18″ Fork: Kink Volte II 100% Hi-Ten Steel Bars: Kink BantamCC 100% Hi-Ten Steel Grips: Mission Helix Barends: Mission Phase Stem: Kink Bold TLD Headset: Mission Sealed Integrated Brake Lever: Mission Token Brake Cable: Mission Linear
The FATBMX Kids section on the FATBMX site is a special section for the younger riders out there and hasn't gone unnoticed. Kid Dymamite wanted to get involved as they're making apparel for the kids. Smaller sizes, popular colours, just what the kids want. Make sure to visit their site and tell them that
Yes, a 14-inch bike, not 12, not 16. The original idea came from Taka at Delirium Distribution, St-Martin distributor in Japan. He realized that there was a big gap between 12" and 16" bikes. Some children feel unconfortable on 12" and 16" bikes because they are already too tall for a 12" bike or yet too small for a 16" bike.
We've worked 6 months on that 14" bike project to reach the best balance possible, in order to make kids happy when they ride. The bike uses modern technical solutions such as integrated headset,
Another innovation from Leatt, the first combination neck and torso protector for Junior riders. The Fusion vest 2.0 Junior’s CE certified neck and CE certified body protection addresses the fact that young riders are very susceptible to chest, flank, shoulder, back and neck injuries. Leatt’s world renowned neck brace technology was invented by trauma surgeon, and motorcycle racer, Dr. Chris Leatt. The Fusion couples this award winning neck protection with new, impact absorbing, 3DF foam technology to create a comfortable and well vented upper body protector with no competitor. Side entry design means there is no gap in the front protective plate further helping protect rider’s vulnerable chest area.
Verde introduced a new product for the kids out there. A stylish balance bike for the 3-5 years old boys and girls. It has a unique design and some killer parts. FATBMX caught up with Verde's Cory Muth to get the scoop on the kick ass product.
What made you guys decide to make a push bike? Cory: We could see there was a bit of an opportunity to do something a little different than what the market currently offered. We also thought it would be fun to do something that had more of a BMX feel to it.
There is a lot of rubbish out there in this field. What makes yours better?