Rated 4.1 out of 5★ by 7reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5★ by Sry0fcr Best bike for the price! For those just getting into BMX, the cost can be daunting when it comes to putting your 6 year old on a $400+ sled. For 50% of the cost you're getting 80% of the bike. Besides, you'd pay the same for a bare junior frame. My son loves it, and when he trashes the hubs or wheel set altogether the money saved can go towards higher end replacement parts. I had mine assembled by professionally by my local bike shop so I could avoid some of the common assembly inconsistencies. 06/10/2012
Rated 5 out of 5★ by biker96 Perfect for the price Great bike for my son to start racing, good price too. 12/21/2011
Rated 4 out of 5★ by Budsdad The best bike for a new racer. If your looking for a inexpensive bike for you new BMX racer then this bike is the one to buy. Its the best bike for the money by far. Not the best wheels and hubs. Handlebars are mild steel instead of alloy so they are a little heavier. Not sealed bearings on hubs or crank.BUT for the money I cant complain. This bike is a awesome start for your new rider to get started in the sport for little money. Overall a good purchase with no regrets. 01/09/2014
Rated 4 out of 5 Great first race bike This bike is a great first race bike to get kids started in racing. My boy is just fixing to turn 8 and is pretty tall but he fits the bike nice. He is new to learning to ride so I did not want a bike to large for him. He fits it perfectly and like I said he is the second tallest kid in his class at school. It is actually one of the cooler looking bikes I have seen. We looked at redlines lower cost bikes but her really liked the look of this one. Rims are not painted white they are stickers but you will not notice is unless you look real close the see the overlap. Overall I am really happy because my son is happy and we only spent $200 bucks. So hope that helps someone out there. 08/04/2012
Rated 4 out of 5★ by bassboat50 great bike for the low price, had to replace the brake pads and bottom bracket bearings the first week, they had to cut cost somewhere, however still lower price then other bikes, my 6 year old loves his new racing bike and rides it everyday 05/16/2012
Rated 2 out of 5★ by Sleepy111 Below average for a $200 bike The parts are low quality for a bicycle in this category. The headset is not threaded, and the rear rim was not true out of the box. 12/20/2012
Rated 5 out of 5★ by BMXNovice Great for the price! I believe the frame and crank size to be categorized as a mini. When compared to DK's Sprinter mini, the DK Fury lacks sealed bearings, thread less headset and double wall rims. I'm willing to bet the frame is the same with different stickers.My son is a shorter 8 year old and he'll likely grow out of this bike in a year or so. $150 for this bike is something I could live with.Assembly was a cinch. The bike weighs little (I'm guessing <16.5lbs) with a solid feel to it. Ours came with rims that we're not true and inner tubes that couldn't hold air. DK's customer service immediately mailed out replacement parts.5 stars for BMX novice and bargain shoppers. 1 star for BMX race experts.Overall, great price, great support. 04/10/2014