Hoffman Bikes Aves BMX Bike 2014Item Number: 33084106
Free In-Store Bike Assembly when purchased online or in-store. Click link below for details.
Drop head first into a bowl or attack a handrail on the Hoffman Bikes® Aves BMX Bike. This cromo frame is decked out with three piece tubular cromo cranks, a sealed bearing bottom bracket, and alloy rims. Touch the sky on ramp tricks or cruise through town on this quality BMX bike. Rest easy on the durable Kevlar seat.
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- Frame Size: 20"
- Wheel Size: 20"
- Frame: 4130 Cromo Mainframe with integrated head bearing
- Fork: N/A
- Rear Shock: N/A
- Headset: Threadless semi-integrated
- Cranks: 3pc Tubular Cromo
- Bottom Bracket: Mid Sealed Bearing
- Front Derailleur:
- Rear Derailleur:
- Cog Set: 25/9 Alloy cassette
- Shifter: N/A
- Chain: CNC Alloy
- Hub (F): 36H Alloy shell; 3/8" axle
- Hub (R): 36H Alloy shell 9T; 3/8" axle, 1 Sealed bearing
- Spokes: N/A
- Rims: 36H single wall alloy wide profile
- Tires: 20x2.25 Freestyle
- Brakes: Alloy U-brake (rear only)
- Brake Levers: Full Alloy
- Pedals: Ultra light poly platform
- Handlebar: 8.25" rise steel jump bars
- Grips: Hoffman Raz grips with plugs
- Stem: Alloy Ahead type
- Seat: Ultra light unified seat with embroidered Kevlar top
- Seat post: N/A
- Styles: R1740HB
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NOTICE: Used Bikes and/or bikes purchased online that have been assembled are non-returnable.
We strongly recommend that a professional bicycle mechanic properly assembles, repairs, and maintains the bicycle. DICK'S Sporting Goods will provide free in-store assembly service by a certified technician for any bicycle purchased on our website or in our stores (proof of purchase required). If you choose to assemble the bicycle yourself, DICK'S Sporting Goods is not responsible for injuries or damages resulting from improper assembly.
Country of Origin: China
Rated 2.5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by oldfart32 Solid Freestyle/Dirt Jump Bike Even for Adults I purchased my Hoffman about six months ago and I have already put it through the wringer. I ride skate parks, street, dirt, throw it in and out of the back of trucks, have the occasional wipe out, and though my bike is scratched EVERYWHERE it has never had a major malfunction and doesn't show signs of having one. The issues I have had are common to new bikes. The handle bars (a problem experienced by another reviewer) did not "fall off" or "fall down" but the cast stem did require some break in time before being really solid. This was solved by always having a multitool with me and tightening the stem bolts (don't worry, you won't break them) until the stem was broken in. The break pads are a poor compound so there is literally no bite when riding dirt. This was solved by new break pads. I also changed the lever because I prefer the Odyssey M2 two finger lever. I will likely change the pedals because they are a bit slick if your foot is even the least bit wet. However, the major parts of the bike are exceedingly well made and will give you no problems if maintained properly (for example, the chain is built like a TANK!). This is a well rounded and strong bike. To put that into perspective, I am a 32 year old 215lb man and I routinely take this off dirt jumps with occasional hard landings. The rims, forks, head tube, frame, handlebars, and cranks are all top notch and don't show a single sign I've even given them a run for their money. And on the point of my size, the long top tube on the frame makes this bike ideal for adults and larger teens (5.10-6 feet plus), although it is more difficult to manual because of this. July 6, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by ttr Disappointed I've had the bike for barely three weeks. I had to return it the very next day because the handle bars fell after my little guy did a jump. The chain guard fell off a week later. Now the handle bars at the base of the bike are loose and I have to take it back yet again. I did ask when I purchased the bike it if was checked to make sure everything was tuned up and tight and ready to ride. I was assured that it was. That doesn't seem to be the case. But I don't know if it's the bike or poor assembly. April 13, 2014
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