1999
-Company- FLYBIKES Since their beginnings in 1999 in Vigo, Spain, Flybikes, through a pure love of BMX have been committed to providing the newest technologies & latest innovations in the ever-changing face of BMX, refining what's considered normal & molding the future of your passion & the ultimate goal. The best ride possible!...

- Welcome to Flybikes -
2011
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tripod
Tripod System
After researching the seat angles used by most of the riders nowadays, we realized that only 2 positions were needed. So we designed and created a new stronger, lighter and more simpler seat system.
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2010
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ebs
EBS (EASY BRAKE SYSTEM)
Having seen the future of BMX with riders using brakes, brakeless riders and riders combining both. We created the EBS system which allows you to remove your brakes and replace them with the most simple and effective way.
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2009
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cobra
Linear Tube
A flat tire is always a pain to fix so we created the cobra tube. This design allows you to change and replace your punctured inner tube without having to take your wheel off.
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2008
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invest_casting_dropouts
Invest Casting Frame Droputs
We saw the need for an improvement in the BMX dropouts design. So we designed and introduced the invest cast dropouts into BMX with the release of Tierra 2 frame at Interbike in 2008.
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2007
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dylan
Removable Brake Mounts
After noticing more and more riders were riding brakeless we designed and produced the first specific BMX removable brake mounts.
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2006
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2-5system
2.5 Crank System
We realized that a one-bolt design could press both arms on a set of cranks. So we created the most convenient and best-looking system in BMX.
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2005
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barends
Push-in barends
Flybikes introduced to the BMX world the push-fit barends. An easy and affordable solution for BMX barends.
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2004
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spanishbb
Spanish BB
First we realized that bearings would work fine without any type of cup between the frame and the bearings. Then we also saw the need for a mid size bearing between the larger American and the small Euro size. So we created the press fit bb and named it the Spanish bb. American companies later changed their designs to match with a mid press fit bb but using the larger bearings they used in their old American bb system.
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2003
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guiri
Removable Gyro Tabs
If you were using a Gyro before 2004 you had only two tap options; The first and most common was having the tabs welded on the frame and the second was a plate fitted between the headset and the frame. Both solutions were not very good, so we designed a system that would work better and look a lot nicer, introducing you to the RGT.
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