BMX bicycle

BMX bicycle

[‚bē‚em‚eks ′bī‚sik·əl]
(mechanical engineering)
A small, extremely strong, type of bicycle, having generally 20-inch (500-millimeter) wheels, large-cleat (knobbly) tires, upright but not high-rise handlebars, and a seat positioned more towards the rear wheel than on a conventional bicycle, and used for stunt riding and tricks.
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The boy also admitted stealing a black BMX bicycle valued at PS100 and the unlawful taking of a moped, which was later found so badly damaged it was written off.
All subjects used the same conventional BMX bicycle (Redline Proline, Redline, Seattle, USA), individually adapted to match each rider's individual set up measurements (handlebar alignment relative to the vertical and the saddle height).
North-central Councilor Mike Clark asked Bjorklund if the skate park could accommodate BMX bicycle events, which would attract more people to the park.
A BMX bicycle was stolen from outside Sainsbur y's.
He also admitted stealing a BMX bicycle and copper piping and failing to surrender to the court's custody.
A specialized BMX bicycle was eventually developed for the challenges.
5 billion dollar intervention is a BMX bicycle track, which is now eroded and unsafe to use and which most residents did not want.
A TEENAGER died yesterday after falling from his BMX bicycle while "riding at speed", according to police.
The gunman, who was seen wearing a hooded top, made his escape on a BMX bicycle shortly after the shooting on August 22.
He was riding a black BMX bicycle and wearing dark clothes, including a hoodie top with a peak, and white trainers.