Wherever the riders wants to ride them.
depending on what it is but usually they do.
They are made for free style and tricks and you can also free ride them and regular bikes are for regular riding.
a bmx version of a mongoose
yes they do
The biggest difference will be in the rider, not the bike. If two riders trade bikes, the fastest one will still be the fastest.
in my opinion i rate haro bmx bikes,gt bmx bikes and redline bmx bikes as the top 3 bmx bike brands
there is nothing wrong with bmx bikes they are fun to ride as long as it is done safely but if your child wants to ride around at skateparks watch out for innertube bills!
Mainly that they aren't very good if you want to ride longer distances.
BMX bikes weren't around in the 60s.
I have no idea what you mean by a "bmx bikes device".
ruption bmx bikes are good but we the people are just a little bit better
are framed bmx bikes any good
Yes, they are professional bmx for street/park.
Of course they can there are different sized BMX bikes. Of course there is a limit on how tall they can be. But I've seen people probably about 6'5 ride a BMX bike and they were real good.
cool kids hang out in a gang .some ride bikes or bmx
Cheap BMX bikes can be found on eBay, Kijiji, Craigslist, Bike Warehouse, Halfords, Walmart, Bicycles Direct, Amazon, Vital BMX, BMX Shop and DK Bikes.
Yes, there are many gay BMX bike riders
Ryan Nyquist and Dennis Enarson the most famous ones
BMX bikes were invented in 1974. It became official when George E Esser founded the NBL. There is no main manufacturer of BMX bikes but there are many different ones.
BMX is a generic name for a certain type of bikes, there are plenty of companies that make them.
the reason bmx started is that twenty or thirty years back, some kids were watching the motorcycle riders do tricks on the motorcycles. the kids wanted to immitate them and they did some tricks and modifyed their bikes and soon it exploded in poularity. and now bmx is what it is now.