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Silverfox Reaper BMX 360 half price £89.99 home del only + Del charge £5.80 @ Argos
Silverfox Reaper BMX 360 half price £89.99 home del only + Del charge £5.80 @ Argos

Silverfox Reaper BMX 360 half price £89.99 home del only + Del charge £5.80 @ Argos

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just ordered this for our son, excellent deal as its half price. Delivered tomorrow at the normal postal £5.80
Bought this and a few pokemon cards to take it over the £100.00 for the vouchers and in the order conformation email i had 2 x £10.00 off next online purchase within curtain dates, Dont forget quidco 1.5%


* Steel frame.

* Size (H)53, (W)17, (D)117cm.

* Suitable for leg measurements 20 inch (51cm) and over.

* Stunt pegs.

* Gyro handlebars.

* For ages 8 years and over.

* Some assembly required - Fit front wheel, saddle, pedals, handlebars, and align brakes (tools and instructions included).

8 Comments

Do they make BMX for adults?? Everyone I see is listed as for kids.

Eez1;6439622

Do they make BMX for adults?? Everyone I see is listed as for kids.



Yes they do, an adults BMX will have the same size wheels but the top tube length will be longer (20.5" > 22").
However don't mistake kids BMX's for a real BMX, my custom BMX may look like a kids bike but is different in every way bar looks.
An entry level BMX that will survive any sort of stunt riding starts around £300, a semi pro bike around £600, & the real pro level bikes £800 +.

As for the bike in the link, it was never really worth full price & is about right for the quality at the price it is now. It's a fine deal for a kids BMX though, just don't expect it to hold up to anything more than riding around.

onejaz;6439732

Yes they do, an adults BMX will have the same size wheels but the top … Yes they do, an adults BMX will have the same size wheels but the top tube length will be longer (20.5" > 22"). However don't mistake kids BMX's for a real BMX, my custom BMX may look like a kids bike but is different in every way bar looks.An entry level BMX that will survive any sort of stunt riding starts around £300, a semi pro bike around £600, & the real pro level bikes £800 +.As for the bike in the link, it was never really worth full price & is about right for the quality at the price it is now. It's a fine deal for a kids BMX though, just don't expect it to hold up to anything more than riding around.



+1 thanks for the info.

vinylandtrinkets;6439771

thanks for the info, my sons only 8 so it will suit him fine until he … thanks for the info, my sons only 8 so it will suit him fine until he learns to do all those scary things that drive us mums up the wall..lol



Yeah it should do him fine, it's a better idea than a similarly priced mountain bike as it will require less maintenance because it has no gears & will survive being thrown about a bit more.
Good to hear your buying him a bike :thumbsup:

Any idea what size bike i'd need for a 10/11 year old?

nice find

magough;6440051

Any idea what size bike i'd need for a 10/11 year old?



Best to take your kid/s to a bike shop & try them on a few sizes. Around that age they could be on 24" wheeled bikes or even a 26" wheeled bike with a small frame (14"). If you mean a BMX then the one posted will fit.
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