SE Racing Lil Flyer 16" BMX Bike Description:
The SE Lil Flyer 16" Bike is designed to get kids out having fun on quality bikes! This bike is built around a light, aluminum frame and is designed to handle all types of riding, from the BMX race track, to the skatepark, to just being the coolest bike in the neighborhood. It comes in two wildly fun colorways and features a padset and wheelie pegs!
- Frame: 6061 Aluminum Floval Tubing
- Fork: LiL' Landing Gear
- Headset: Neco Threadless (1-1/8")
- Stem: SE Racing Top-Load Alloy with Weight-Saving Cutouts, Hidden Top Cap, (40mm Reach)
- Bars: SE Wing Bar (22" Wide) (5.5" Rise) (10° Backsweep) (2° Upsweep)
- Grips: Mini Grips
- Cranks: SE 1-piece Steel, (140mm Length)
- Bottom Bracket: American Bottom Bracket (68mm Wide)
- Pedals: FPD Alloy Platform, Chromoly Axle
- Chainring: (36T)
- Chain: KMC S1
- Front Hub: SE Racing Alloy Hub (32H)
- Rear Hub: SE Racing Alloy Hub (32H)
- Cog: Freewheel (16T)
- Front Rim: SE Racing Aluminum Rims (32H)
- Rear Rim: SE Racing Aluminum Rims (32H)
- Front Tire: Kenda K-Rad (16" x 2.125")
- Rear Tire: Kenda K-Rad (16" x 2.125")
- Seat: SE Mini Seat with Super Grippy Top Cover
- Seat Post: Straight Post (27.2mm Diameter)
- Seat Clamp: Alloy, (31.8mm inner diameter)
- Brake Lever: 2 Finger Alloy
- Brakes: Mini V-Brake
- Extras: Alloy Valve Caps, SE Bike Life Wheelie Pegs
- Color: Black
- Weight: 19.4 lbs
- Toptube Length: 16.5"
- Chainstay Length: 11.9"
- Headtube Angle: 72°
- Seattube Angle: 70°
- Bottom Bracket Height: 9.7"
- Standover: 18.5"
- Recommended Sizing Guide: Under 5'
For assistance building your new bike, please check out our tech help section here for instructions and tips on how to build your bike to ensure it is safe.
A new race bike calls for a matching helmet to complete the look. Browse our selection of full face race helmets here.
Need help finding the right bike for you? Not sure what size would suit you best? Check out our BMX buyers guide video below!
Note: To ensure that every component on your bicycle is working properly, Dan's Comp recommends that all bikes be assembled by a qualified mechanic. Improper assembly of your bicycle may lead to premature wear or failure of individual components such as headsets, crank assembly and wheels. Failure to do so may void the manufacturer warranty.
This product was added to our catalog on June 28, 2022