Redline BMX Bikes
Freestyle T&T Series
Carrying over all of the XLs winning equipment and even better Tioga tires, the XXL is sure to make any racer over 5-10” happy.
An upgrade option on the awesome Redline Flight Pro, geared for those with slightly different preferences for taking it big.
A highly specialized 24inch off road bike at a mid rang price point that is light weight and built for speed.
A blue-blooded racer to be reckoned with, one of the best bikes in the business of racing at this price.
For serious shredders falling between 4-8” and 5-5”, the XL is just the ticket to get into serious BMX racing.
Light-weight, fast and strong, this bike may be just the thing if you are one of the few talented enough to need wings like these.
May be just the ticket for those who yearn for the rush of the Micro, but have the sense not to buy one.
Features an impressive list of hardware on such a specialized platform, perfect for fearless speed freaks.
Built for speed from the tires to the grips, fast and responsive from the first push of the crank.
A great lightweight racing bike built for speed that is durable enough to survive rough riding and racing.
Is the largest bike in the Proline series and comes highly recommended by bigger riders as one of the best BMX racer ever built.
Light, sleek, and good-looking, from the first push of the pedals its acceleration and speed are apparent this bike is race ready.
Stylish, fast, and durable. A pleasure to ride on pavement, dirt, or trail, it delivers speed and comfort in competition and leisure.
Tough, durable, and versatile, the Proline Expert 24 is the choice for the growing competitor who enjoys the thrill of the race.
Built for riders 4-5” to 4-10”, this is a bike for both novice and intermediate riders and is race ready from the box.
Small but strong, the Proline Mini comes equipped with just the right features for safety, speed, and versatility.
All of the features of the larger racing bikes scaled down to provide a complete racing bike for smaller riders.
Whether just starting out or developing their skills, your budding rider will find this a dynamic racing machine and light on your wallet too.
Give the little one a bike they will get excited about. Its not the cheapest way to go, but it will last and get them started right.
Built to handle more abuse than most kids will ever be able to dish out, perfect for the young one ready for a “real” bike.
A fantastic buy for beginners, sure to deliver all the thrills and fun of bikes costing three to four times as much.
Few bikes in the 24” segment are as universally loved by their owners as the MX24, and with good reason.
A great bike for young riders, benefits from all the inherent engineering and racing experience that Redline brings to the table.
Relatively cheap, strong, and well equipped, the T&T Roam is Redline’s entry-level BMX bike but is anything but basic.
If you have managed to out-ride the 5.1, or are need a showroom fresh, race-ready ride out of the box, then this is your bike.
If you are in the market for one of the best rides in the universe, then surely youre already familiar with this bike.
Its tough as nails, striped down and guaranteed to get the job it was designed for done.
Built on the same ultra-beefy platform as the RL 3.1 strength is a given when it comes to the 3.2, and then some.
Basic but its frame remains one of the lightest per unit of strength in the industry, and it can be easily modified later on.
Offers a lot for the dollar and is a bargain buy when compared to comparable offerings by others in this class.
Small of stature but big of heart, designed to be a speed-demon, this bike is a versatile player in this ultra-competitive market.
Stylish and smooth, it may be superceded by some more expensive models, the 16 is certainly more than the sum of its parts list.
Tried and True this bike is all about simple, relatively inexpensive strength with heavyweight performance.
made in collaboration with professional riders it has been explicitly designed for freestyle domination through superior engineering.
Gives the entry level rider a feel of what the pro bikes feel like, and intermediate riders something to modify to get an advantage.
The specs may seem old-fashioned but there are many riders who champion the Romps cause in this market, its not old, its tried and true.
Lightweight, stylish and tough, the Romp LE may well be Redlines “all things to all people” BMX bike.