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When SE launched the world’s first 29” BMX bike, the Big Ripper in 2009, it literally took the retro BMX world by storm. Over the years, the Big Ripper has gone on to become the #1 bike in the Bike Life scene. Now the Big Ripper is taking another step forward with the Vans Big Ripper. This limited-edition, individually numbered bike comes equipped with Vans x Cult tyres and grips, a Vans padset, and a unique plume, red & white coluorway guaranteed to turn heads. Southern California-based Vans has been at the forefront of action sports footwear and apparel since 1966. The brand has deep roots in BMX and has sponsored top riders, produced countless BMX races and events, and has always presented the sport in the most authentic way possible. To add to this Big Ripper collab, Vans created the Vans x SE Bikes Big Ripper shoes. With reflective checkerboard print, signature rubber waffle outsoles, and Big Ripper sidewall art, these shoes are definitely a must-have. When you combine the most popular bike in Bike Life with Vans, you are truly a Big Ripper.
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BMX BIKE SIZE GUIDE
BMX bikes are measured in two ways, the size of the wheel (20” is the standard BMX Wheel size) and the length of the frame which is gauged by the top tube measurement which we have also simplified for you into XS, Small, Medium etc categories.
Below is a guide to what size you should be looking for. note there is some overlap in sizes as personal preference also comes into the equation.