BMX pegs allow you to expand your riding in a whole new direction with grinds and stalls. Choose from our range of alloy, plastic and chromoly pegs available now to suit both 10mm and 14mm axles. Not sure what pegs will fit your bike? Feel free to email email@example.com or call the shop on 03 5918 0976 and we'll get you sorted with the right set up!
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What pegs are best for a BMX? BMX pegs are available in 3 different materials, chromoly (steel), aluminium and plastic (some plastic pegs use an alloy or chromoly core with an interchangeable plastic sleeve). Steel pegs will take the most abuse but are also the heaviest option of the three, alloy pegs are suitable for park riders for grinds and stalls and are the lightest option while pegs with a replaceable plastic sleeve are preferred by some street riders. Once the plastic outer is worn out you can replace it with a new one for less than the cost of a new peg.
Should I put pegs on my BMX? If you're looking to expand your riding adding pegs to your bike will open up a whole new world. Pegs allow for grinds and stalls, nose manuals, flatland tricks and much more.
What size pegs do I need BMX? Most BMX bikes use either 10mm (3/8") or 14mm axles and pegs are sized to fit these axle sizes. Most BMX bikes will use a 10mm axle for the front wheel and a 14mm axle on the rear. The majority of 14mm pegs will come with a 10mm adapted so they can be used with either size.
Why do BMX have pegs? BMX pegs can be used for a variety of grinding and stall tricks on street and ramps along with BMX flatland riding and even wheelies. The use of pegs is limited only by your imagination!
How do you pick a BMX Peg? You will need to take into consideration the size of both the front and rear axle of your bike (if you plan to run pegs front and rear) along with what type of riding you will be using your pegs for. BMX pegs are available in 3 different materials, chromoly (steel), aluminium and plastic (some plastic pegs use an alloy or chromoly core with an interchangeable plastic sleeve). Steel pegs will take the most abuse but are also the heaviest option of the three, alloy pegs are suitable for park riders for grinds and stalls and are the lightest option while pegs with a replaceable plastic sleeve are preferred by some street riders. Once the plastic outer is worn out you can replace it with a new one for less than the cost of a new peg.
Can stunt pegs go on any bike? Pegs are designed for use primarily on BMX bikes, however you could also use them on a dirt jump mountain bike or any single speed bike with a solid front or rear axle.
How do I know what size peg I need? Most BMX pegs are at least 4" in length, some can be up to 4.5" and is just a personal preference on what length you prefer. Riders new to using pegs may prefer a slightly longer peg for grinds or stalls for a little extra confidence that the peg will land in the right position on the coping or rail.
What side should I grind on a BMX? If you ride with your right foot forward, then you should run your pegs on the left hand side of your BMX bike. If you ride with your left foot forward run your pegs on the right hand side of your bike.
Where do you put pegs on a BMX? BMX pegs are designed to fit onto either the front or rear axles of your BMX bike. It is best to avoid pegs that screw onto your axle as these can work their way loose over time, stick with pegs that are fitted onto your bikes axle and then held in place with your axles washer and nut (you will need a long socket to install your axle nut with this type of peg).
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