How Do You Buy A Redline BMX Bike?
Since the 1970s, Redline has been one of the leaders in BMX and road bikes. Based in the Pacific Northwest, Redline is responsible for introducing tubular forks, which revolutionized the BMX biking industry. Redline has come a long way from its humble beginnings, when founder Terry Heller sold bike parts out of the back of his Ford station wagon. Step 1 Locate a Redline BMX dealer near you. Based in Washington, Redline has hundreds of dealers all over the United States, and you should be able to find a Redline retail outlet that is convenient. You may want to call ahead to find out about available stock on hand, so that you can compare the many Redline models available and buy the one that is right for your BMX needs. Step 2 Determine whether you’re going to use your Redline BMX bike for racing or for freestyle before you buy it. Racing BMX bikes, such as those in Redline’s Proline Series, tend to be stripped down, with no kickstands, reflectors, chain guards or fenders. Freestyle BMX