Tuesday, September 10, 2013

All BMX bikes are on SALE at your BMX headquarters at Century Cycles in Medina

The Century Cycles store in Medina has one of Northeast Ohio's LARGEST selections of BMX/freestyle bicycles, and every one of them is ON SALE! We've also got a wide selection of parts and accessories, from saddles and grips, to wheels, and chains in every color under the rainbow!

Our BMX bike selection makes a great choice for your back-to-school youngster, or get an early start on Christmas shopping, or the aspiring freestyler of any age!

Here are just a few of the great bikes you can find (and test-ride) in Medina:

2013 Haro 300.1

Haro's 300.1 is built for aspiring riders to polish their skills. A chromoly down tube, internal headset, and Mid bottom bracket puts this frame in the league with the big boys. The 3-piece tubular chromoly cranks power Alienation PBR rims wrapped in Haro La Mesa tires for grip on every surface, and Haro Recycled plastic pedals save weight as well as your shins. The handlebar is sized with the frame, so the 20.5-inch top tube gets an 8.25-inch bar and the 21-incher gets an 8.5-inch bar. The lightweight .1 platform is built for flow and speed with a straight cable rear brake. Originally $379.99, now $339.99.

2013 Stolen Stereo

The STLN Stereo features a chromoly downtube w/ mini 5mm dropouts & machined Mid BB shell, STLN Tall Boy handlebar and Money grips, Convict III stem, MOB 3-piece crankset, and a sealed MID 19mm bottom bracket, 36-hole Revolt rims and Joint tires. Originally $349.99, now $309.99.

2013 Haro Z20

The girls aren't left out of the gang, and the Haro Z20 is great for bigger kids on their first rides or for polishing up their skills. A small frame makes sure they can touch the ground, and makes every journey a blast. The bike comes with both a coaster brake and a hand brake so learning to slow down is easy. Plus, the kid-friendly construction ensures the bike will be around if a younger sibling needs it, too. Originally $239.99, now $219.99.

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