With unique and ground-breaking bikes such as the original PK Ripper and Quadangle, along with sponsorship of legendary riders such as Stu Thomsen, Perry Kramer, and Mike Buff, SE Racing was at the forefront of the first BMX boom over four decades ago. The original old-school SE bikes have now been recreated and transformed into various models with 16”, 20”, 24”, 26”, and even 27.5” and 29” wheel sizes. SE’s Retro BMX bikes of today have the same legendary design aesthetics that made them famous in the 1980s but now are built with modern-day geometry and upgrades galore. The Retro BMX line was originally created for the old-school BMX enthusiast. But the audience for the SE Retro line has grown organically and the bikes are now in demand by all types of riders, regardless of age, history or knowledge of SE’s storied past.