Top 10 Best Freestyle Bike Brands

You're cruising down the street, the wind in your hair, and the world becomes your own personal skatepark. That's the thrill of freestyle BMX, a sport built on creativity and raw talent. But to pull off those mind-bending tricks, you need the right machine under you.

So, what makes a truly great freestyle BMX bike?

Well, it's about a perfect blend of durability, responsiveness, and let's be honest, a whole lot of style. There's a ton of awesome brands out there, each with their own unique take on the ultimate freestyle ride.
The Top Ten
1 Haro

I'm 41 years old and began riding Haro when I was 11. I just put my 1989 Haro Team Master back together. It feels as good now as it did when it was new. Great quality.

I just got my first Haro. It's the best bike. It's much better than the Mongoose and GT. Love it!

Great bike for all levels if you pay attention to model specs. Love Haro!

2 GT GT Bicycles designs and manufactures road, mountain, and BMX bicycles - originally in the United States, and now as a division of Canadian conglomerate, Dorel Industries, which also markets Cannondale, Schwinn, Mongoose, IronHorse, Dyno, and RoadMaster bicycle brands; all manufactured in Asia.

I rode a GT for 3 years until it was stolen. Best bike I ever had. Light frame.

It's an amazing bike. It is durable too.

3 Mongoose

Mongoose: a time-tested classic with a curriculum vitae to keep it solidly in the top ten, not to mention its extraordinarily great value.

Mongoose is the best bike. Its frame is light. In my opinion, it's the best bike ever. So if you don't have a Mongoose BMX bike, get one now!

I have an old Mongoose, all chrome, with rims that have holes all around. I've had it since '89/'90. I did freestyle and racing on it.

4 NS Bikes
5 Inspired
6 Santa Cruz Santa Cruz Bicycles is a manufacturer of high end mountain bikes based in Santa Cruz, California. They sponsor the Santa Cruz Syndicate, a downhill racing team.
7 We The People

I have a We The People BMX, and it's good and very light. The We The People BMX will last many years with you.

I've had a lot of We The People bike parts, and they're great!

When I got my 2014 We The People Envy, I was surprised at how light it was.

9 Redline

The RL20-ii model was the best freestyle bike in its day, and it's the most nostalgic freestyle bike ever made. Period. There's a reason they bring in so much money if you can find one nowadays.

10 DK

My very first freestyle bike was a DK Six Pack. I loved it. My father had gotten it for me and added some of the best parts you can get. It was really lightweight and perfect. Unfortunately, it was in a fire, and it literally melted the rims. My grandpa threw it away (not happy). Right now, I am saving up for a new one. Can't wait.

Honestly, it's the best for pro jumps. It's light and has great weight distribution.

My friend has one, and he really likes it. It's really light, and the brakes work great.

The Contenders
11 Snafu
12 Schwinn
13 MirraCo

I got a MirraCo Essex as my first bike, and it's not light, but not heavy either. It's a good brand for beginners, especially younger beginners.

14 Subrosa
15 Yeti
16 Radio
17 Cult
18 Stolen Bikes
19 Kink

Kink has always made great bikes, but in more recent years, they have become one of the absolute best freestyle bikes money can buy.

I own a Kink Launch 2019 Elite Dealer Edition, and it is the best bike money can buy, in my opinion.

20 AGang
21 Sunday
22 Giant Giant Manufacturing Co. Ltd. is a Taiwanese bicycle manufacturer that is recognized as the world's largest bicycle manufacturer.
23 Premium
24 Free Agent

I have just bought my fifth Free Agent, and let me say, I love them all. They're fast, durable, and have some sick designs. - ReapersRampage

25 Thruster
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