2019 Freestyle Completes

 

DK Deka

RRP $399

The DK Deka 20” is for that rider graduating to the full-sized class. With a shorter 19” top tube length and lower “stand over” height, the Deka 20” is sized down for smaller riders, but features 20” wheels for real-world BMX action. Deka comes in two high-impact colour schemes and is packed with features that make it look, feel and ride like it costs much more. 25 x 9t gearing, Padded rail seat and on-trend 8.25” bars keep you riding tall. DK grips and PC pedals are a nice touch. To top of Deka, a high-tensile steel frame, supported by chromoly 3-piece cranks make for a durable, quality ride at a price that is easy to get a hold on.

Aura 14"

RRP $399

For little riders making the move up from a balance bike, the DK Aura 14” provides a couple extra inches of wheel-size to make rolling into the BMX experience a little more stable. With a scaled-down aluminum frame, crank and bars to keep the weight way down, the Aura 14” is loaded with features that make it easy to ride. Parts like new DUO Mini grips, a mini alloy stem and Grey “Snake” tyres help make the Aura feel right and look good, while the coaster brake keeps it safe and simple. The DK Aura 14” is the perfect starting point for young riders, and it’s all about BMX fun.

Aura 18"

RRP $469

Since their introduction, 18-inch wheeled bikes have become the industry standard for smaller riders starting to take BMX more seriously. With more speed and stability than 16” bikes, the 18” offers just enough size to start going big while you’re still on the small side. As one of the most popular bikes in this category, the DK Aura 18”was developed from years of fine-tuning. A sturdy steel frame helps keep the cost down, and key chromoly components like the fork steer tube and 3-piece cranks help this bike take a beating from riders coming up in their skill development. A threadless headset and Wise U-brake are modern spec. that help keep your riding trouble free. With the right looks and the right price, the DK Aura 18” is the right choice.


Aura 20"

RRP $479 - 3 Colours

Moving up in the ranks of the Aura collection, the DK Aura 20” is for that rider graduating to the full-sized class. With a shorter 20” top tube length and lower “stand over” height, the Aura 20” is sized down for smaller riders, but features 20” wheels for real-world BMX action. The most affordable 20” bike in the DK line comes in three high-impact color schemes and is packed with features that make it look, feel and ride like it costs much more. 2.3” wide tyres offer monster truck traction, and on-trend 8.8” bars keep you riding tall. DK grips and PC pedals are a nice touch, and the Wise railed seat is a more significant option than many in this price range. At the heart of the Aura 20”, a high-tensile steel frame, supported by chromoly 3-piece cranks and fork steer tube make for a durable, quality ride at a price that is easy to get a hold on.

Cygnus 20"

RRP $579 - 2 Colours

A long favorite of the DK line, the DK Cygnus is back and better than ever. Updated colorways and graphics are at the top of the list, with specs that give you a lot of bang for the buck. Chromoly main-frame construction helps keep the cost down and the strength high, with more chromoly tubing used in crucial components like the fork steer tube and cranks for the ultimate in durability. Hub bearings and bottom brackets are where other companies cut costs on bikes in this price range, but the Cygnus features fully sealed bearings in the front hub, rear cassette hub and bottom bracket to make this one low-maintenance, smooth rolling freestyle machine at an incredible price.

Helio 20"

RRP $729

An all-chromoly frame, fork, bars and 3-piece crank on a bike in this price range is almost unheard of, but we speak the truth. The DK Helio is a value-packed BMX bike, ready to rip without wrecking your wallet. The features don’t stop at the sturdy frameset: DK and Wise parts throughout, along with sealed bearing hubs and bottom bracket, double-wall alloy rims and a Wise pivotal seat all add up to a dialed list of components. 26/9 gearing gives you a little more speed on the top end, and is an upgrade rarely seen on any complete bike. The 21” top tube of the frame and tall 8.8” rise bars are for full-sized riders, making the Helio the perfect choice for a full-scale assault on BMX.


Legend

RRP $749

A modern classic, right out of the gate. The DK Legend 26” is brand new, but it’s roots go back to the early days of bicycle motocross. Rolling on 26-inch “cruiser” wheels, the Legend sits on a chromoly main-frame featuring a throwback looptail stay configuration, finished off in show chrome with iconic DK graphics. The look is old school, but the short rear end and progressive geometry make it easy to wheelie and stable in in the air. As cool as it looks, the Legend 26” is built to ride: Double-wall alloy rims and sealed bearings throughout make for easy rolling and hassle-free maintenance. 3-piece chromoly cranks and a thought-out 25-11 gear make it go, while linear V-brakes make it stop. Aftermarket DK grips, Jump stem and PC pedals round out the parts package. For Rad Dads or kids on the cruiser tip, the DK Legend 26” is ready for the track, the trails or a trip to the corner store, all at a price that won’t slow you down.

General Lee

RRP $829

Them good ol’ boys are growing up. The DK General Lee 22” features all the Hazard County BMX fun on a slightly larger 22” wheel size. For riders looking for more stability and control, 22s are the perfect up-size that balances the simple physics advantages of larger wheels with nimble handling and a manageable bike size that doesn’t get in your way. With all chromoly construction and sealed bearings throughout, the General is ready for BMX battle. A 22” top tube length is right in sync with the 22” wheels, giving you plenty of space in the driver’s seat and room to move. The DK General Lee is designed for down and dirty BMX action, from the back woods to the neighborhood.