Would Flybikes sponsor me?
Flybikes normally seeks out new riders through the team or our extended family. Each one of the main riders travels year round and keeps a watchful eye on the young up and coming. Keep shredding and maybe it will happen someday. Most of our new team riders were kids that dreamt to be a Flybikes rider someday and it happened!
Why you don’t make chrome plated parts (frames, forks, bars & cranks)?
Chrome plating is one of the most aggressive procedures to the environment. The waste produced is highly toxic and stays this way for years. Workers have a very high risk of contracting several diseases and major health problems. We are very concerned about the environment so we see it has unmoral to produce such items, especially when there is no need of them in BMX. Besides, chrome parts are more expensive and heavier. Note: Our aluminum color parts are not chrome but high polished.
Would you sponsor my jam/event?
Unfortunately, we are sorry to inform you that we are unable to sponsor your event. We receive hundreds of emails all year round asking for our support and it's just not possible to support them all. It would not be fair to support one and not all of them. To make it fair we only sponsor the events that our riders, our workers or our family team puts on or is directly involved with.
What tools do I need to assemble your products?
We always try to reduce the amount of tools that you need to work on your bike and we have managed to reduce them to a very few! With this list, you are set!: 8mm. allen: cranks spindle bolt, front hub bolts. 6mm. allen: stems, seat clamp, pedals, crank sprocket bolt, tripod post 5mm. allen: lever, brake bolts, brake pads. 4mm. allen: manual brake spring plates, chain tensioners. 2.5mm. allen: brake hanger, EBS mounts, RGT (removable gyro tabs). 17mm. socket: pegs (you can also use 8mm. allen) Spoke wrench: spokes Cable cutter: brake cables Pump.
Does the no brakes option of complete bikes include the brake mount kit?
The option without brakes does not include any brake hardware.
Do you have any videos that can help me assemble my BMX?
Yes, just need to access our SUPPORT CENTER section where you will find several videos that will help you with the assembly.
What is a BMX bike?
A BMX bike is a versatile bicycle originally developed in the 1970s by enthusiasts who modified their dragster bicycles to imitate motocross riders. This allowed them to perform jumps and aggressive turns. The term "BMX" itself stands for Bicycle Moto Cross (X). Over time, both the material and geometry of BMX bikes have been refined to create robust bikes capable of withstanding more punishment and delivering better performance. As BMX has evolved, modern bikes have become even more lightweight while maintaining considerable strength.
BMX bikes come in various styles, catering to different BMX disciplines. Whether you're interested in purchasing a BMX bike for freestyle riding at the skatepark, on the street, or on trails, there are options to suit every preference in Flybike
What size BMX do I need?
When choosing the perfect bike, it´s important to select the correct size that best fits your height and also suits your riding style.
As described below, Flybikes offer a variety of models in a selection of measurements that cater to any size rider as well as any style of riding
Rider Age --> 4 to 7 years old / Wheel Size --> 16" / Rider Height --> 90 to 125 cm ; 3.5" to 4.1"
Rider Age --> 7 to 12 years old / Wheel Size --> 18" / Rider Height --> 105 to 140 cm ; 3.4" to 4.5"
Rider Age --> 10 to 13 years old / Wheel Size --> 20" Wheel - 19.5" to 20.2" top tube / Rider Height --> 120 to 155 cm ; 3.9" to 5.0"
Rider Age --> From 13 years old / Wheel Size --> 1.55 m and Taller more than 20.2" top tube / Rider Height --> 155 cm and taller ; 5.0" and taller
From which countries can I make purchases with Klarna?
Our payment method, Klarna, can only be used from the following countries:
Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden and the United Kingdom.