There’s a new BMX training device on the market, the Primal BMX Power Post and it’s changing training.

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Answer Drive Chain

Posted: March 25, 2017 in BMX racing, Gear, Product review, reviews
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Answer BMX has come out with a new chain, they’re calling it the Drive chain.

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New Old Bikes

Posted: February 14, 2017 in BMX racing, LoneStar BMX
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Two old guys and their retro-mod bikes. They’re not just for show.

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Shop Pearland BMX Amazon Smile

Posted: February 9, 2017 in BMX racing, Texas BMX
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Support Pearland BMX


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  • Amazon will donate 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to Pearland Bmx whenever you shop on AmazonSmile.

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March 4th and 5th come out to Lone Star BMX for our State Qualifier and Warnicke Scholarship race both double points for a chance to take home 400 district points. 

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Katy Season Opener 2017

Posted: February 2, 2017 in Uncategorized

katyWe will not be open this Sunday the 29th. We planned to open the season, Sunday Feb.5th. Oops…that’s Super Bowl. What to do?

How about a Saturday BMX Double Header with Pearland BMX! Katy will race Saturday, Feb. 4th with Sign Ups from 1:30 to 3p. Racing ASAP. Then head over to Pearland BMX for Saturday evening racing with sign ups 5:30 to 7p.

Two tracks – One Day! That’s a full day of racing and Double Points. No excuses. Take a vacation day. Skip soccer. We’ll see you at the track.

Just your Standard 20OS

Posted: January 8, 2017 in Uncategorized

Change is in the air and is a new tire size one of them? For Vet Pro Chris Williams it’s looking that way. 

Chris is around 5 inches shorter than Damien Lacombe, but rides a long frame. He started looking into the 20OS wheels last year. His sponsor, STANDARD Bicycles built him up this new ride.

The frame is built off Chris’ current 20 frame and fork. They just changed it a little to accommodate the bigger wheels and adjusted the geometry a just touch. 

In order to get it as close as possible to his 20, Standard also made some new bars. Again just making little adjustments to get it all dialed in.

I took a few cranks on this beast and it felt really good. Didn’t notice the wheel size difference. I did notice the extra two inches in top tube length and 182 Profile Elite cranks. 

I don’t know own if this 20OS will be the way of the future, but if it is, STANDARD Bicycles and Chris Williams will be on the pointy end of the trend.