2012 Supercross Blur Pro
Fast bike with plenty of room for my son to grow into.
My son started racing in 2010 but took a sabbatical during the 2011 season to play AAU basketball. He got burned out on hoops and decided to try BMX racing again in 2012 and has been going strong ever since. He was riding a GT Expert in Feb 12 and then I bought him a 2011 Intense Expert XL a month later so my daughter could have the GT. Well, beingnew to the whole BMX scene, I bought him a new Crupi Rhythym Section 1.50 wheelset for his Expert XL and soon realized that those wheels won't fit that bike... they only work on Pro-sized frames. Soooo... I went ahead and built him his next bike which is this Supercross Pro and boy is he proud of it. As he should be because no expense was spared.He is only a Novice and has won 5 races this year and will probably make the jump to intermediate later this year or early next year. He is 12 and barely 5-feet tall and will be on this ride for a while.
Anyway, here is his new whips - enjoy!
Submitted by glassjoeDiscuss this bike
- Company: Supercross
- Model: Blur
- Material: Aluminum
- Headtube angle: 74.5
- Toptube length: 20.5"
- Headtube size: Internal
- Details 2012 Supercross Blur Pro 20 Frame, Sinz Carbon Pro-Lite Forks, Kingstar Integrated Aluminum Headset, Supercross Pro LT Handlebars, Supercross Racerhead FL 53mm Stem, Troy Lee ODI Lockon Grips, Tioga D-Spyder S-Spec Pivotal Seat, Supercross Aluminum Pivotal Seat Post, Crupi Quick Release Seat Clamp, Cliq Weaponz 175mm Cranks, Cliq External Euro Bottom Bracket, Sinz 45T Chainring, Tektro Linear Brakes w/Odyssey Race Linear Cable, SX Speedline SPD Clipless Pedals, KMC Z33 Chain, Crupi Rythym Section Expert Cassette Hubs, Crupi Rythym Section Expert Rims 1.50, ITS MK@ Microknobby Tires 1.50, Crupi Micro Adjust Tensioners. Total Weight - 17lbs 14oz