If you're looking for a new frame with geometry suited for technical street riding, then look no further because we've got you covered. A good general rule of thumb for a frame with tech geometry starts with a steeper headtube angle of 75° plus, and a short rear end in the neighborhood of 13″. As you'll come to see in this sampling, there are a lot of slight variances between these frames, but they’re all some of the most responsive BMX frames on the market, so you'll have to figure out what's best for your riding style and bike handling preferences. Feel free to click any of the photos or links to potentially buy a frame or simply get more info from our online store...

Colony – Monash
Price: $319
Weight: 5.5 lbs. (20.8")
Colors: Gloss black, gloss clear raw
Jack Kelly's full 4130 chromoly signature frame features a dent resistant DT & TT with external gussets, a wide rear end with 2.4" tire clearance, a heat-treated integrated HT and MID BB, 6mm thick CNC machined dropouts with 14mm slots and integrated chain tensioners, tapered rear stays, and Colony's exclusive invest cast removable brake tabs.

TT: 20.8", 21"
CS: 13.1" (slammed)
HT: 75.5°
ST: 70° ST
BBH: 11.5"
Stand Over: 9"

Fiend - Varanyak
Price: $314.99-$329.99
Weight: 5 lbs. (20.75")
Colors: Dark green, dark grey, flat black
Colin Varanyak has been blazing his own path on the tech level with his insane parallel grind combos, and this is the frame he gets 'em done on. His signature frame is constructed with 4130 chromoly throughout and features include heat-treated MID BB shell, integrated HT, double-butted TT, double-butted DT with external gusset, externally butted ST with integrated post clamp, tapered SS and heat-treated 6mm thick dropouts with integrated chain tensioners. Available with or without removable brake mounts and cable guides.

TT: 20.25", 20.5", 20.75", 21"
CS: 12.7"
HT: 75.5°
ST: 71° ST
BBH: 11.625"
Stand Over: 8.8"

Fit - Savage
Price: $354.99
Weight: 5.02 lbs. (20.75")
Colors: Trans red, trans matte purple, trans Smoke Black
The Savage is the frame of choice for Fit's Ethan Corriere, Matt Nordstrom and Justin Spriet. Need we say more? Ok... the features of this American made frame include double gussets with embossed F-it logo, butted top and seat tubes, straight gauge DT, straight gauge S-bend tapered CS, straight gauge ultra-tapered SS, 2.4" tire clearance (even when slammed), Mid BB, 1/4" thick dropouts with integrated tensioners, and more...

TT: 20.75", 21"
CS: 13.275"-13.625"
HT: 75.5°
ST: 71°
BBH: 11.8"
Stand Over: 9.1"

Fly - Fuego
Price: $350 – $370
Weight: 5.13 lbs. (21")
Colors: Trans gold, trans blue, flat black
Devon's Smillie's signature Fuego frame is literally fire! Along with quick and nimble geometry, Devon's frame includes Japanese seamless 4130 chromoly tubing, CNC machined heat-treated 4130 chromoly HT and BB, invest-cast heat-treated 4130 chromoly seat clamp, dropouts, and stay-bridges. Insane backward manual skills not included.

TT: 20.5", 21"
CS: 12.8"
HT: 75.5°
ST: 71°
BBH: 11.75"
Stand Over: 9.25"

GT - Globetrotter
Price: $309.99
Weight: 5.2lbs.
Colors: Trans metallic yellow, Trans copper
Brian Kachinsky is one of the most illustrious street riders in the game. And his signature frame from GT reflects his mix of burly and tech style with "the perfect balance between stability and pop" as BK put it. Features include double gussets, butted TT and ST, straight gauge DT, ultra-tapered CS & SS, CNC 14mm dropouts with integrated chain tensioners, removable brake mounts and Gyro tabs.

TT: 20.75", 21"
CS: 13.3 – 13.625"
HT: 75.5°
ST: 71°
BBH: 11.77"
Stand Over: 9.1"

Haro - CK
Price: $399.99
Weight: 5.4 lbs. (20.75″ )
Colors: Gloss white, matte black
Chad Kerley's brakeless specific frame is constructed of 100% 4130 chromoly and features heat-treated hour glass HT, bottom bracket shell, 13″ molded stays, and investment cast dropouts. Externally CNC-machined ST with integrated seat clamp.

TT: 20.75", 21"
CS: 13"
HT: 75°
ST: 71°
BBH: 11.5"
Stand Over: 8.75"

Kink - Titan II
Price: $299.99
Weight: 4lbs. 12oz (20.5″)
Colors: Gloss LA Gold, Matte Trans Purpskurp, black ED
Kink took their proven Titan frame and gave it some updates, including a shorter CS and lower BB, re-designed investment cast dropouts, and an updated investment cast SS bridge for an even stiffer rear triangle. Tried and true features include 100% seamless Sanko 4130 chromoly tubing, integrated Campy Spec HT with CNC engraving, TT & DT gussets, investment cast dropouts with integrated tensioners, internally and externally machined Mid BB, and widened stays for big tire clearance.

TT: 20″, 20.5", 20.75", 21", 21.25″
CS: 13" (slammed)
HT: 75°
ST: 71°
BBH: 11.6"
Stand Over: 8.5"

S&M - UFO
Price: $354.99
Weight: 5lbs. (20.5")
Colors: Flat Clear or NW Green (Hobie Doan), Trans Purple or flat black (Dan Norvell)
Not only is S&M's UFO frame on the cutting edge of tech street geometry, it's also available in some out-of -this-world signature colorways for Hobie Doan and Dan Norvell. Features of this American made frame include 100% Vari-Wall ThermalX tubing, 14mm slot 4Q-Baked dropouts with integrated chain tensioners, Mid BB, and thread on 990 brake mounts (sold separately).

TT: 20.5", 20.75", 21"
CS: 13" – 13.5"
HT: 75.5°
ST: 71°
BBH: 11.5"
Stand Over: 8.75"

Sunday - Street Sweeper
Price: $329.99
Weight: 5lbs.
Colors: Semi'matte trans teal, trans rose gold
Jake Seeley‘s signature Street Sweeper frame mirrors his progressive, technical street riding with of loads of technical details. His 100% 4130 chromoly frame features MotoRoss style double-butted TT & DT with internal gusseting, integrated seat clamp, butted ST & miter cut TT, tapered CS & SS, hollow 8mm wide dropouts--which are as light as a solid 5mm dropout, but over twice as strong (according to Sunday), and small internal chain tensioners.

TT: 20.5", 20.75", 21"
CS: 12.70-13"
HT: 75.25°
ST: 71°
BBH: 11.7"
Stand Over: 8.8"

Volume – Voyager
Weight: 5 lbs. (21")
Colors: Northwest Green (Josh Clemens), Glacier Blue (Billy Perry), polish raw
Volume's Team frame is available in three colors, including two signature colorways; Oregon native Josh Clemens Northwest Green and Long Island, NY local Billy Perry's Glacier Blue. Frame features include full 4130 chromoly heat-treated tubing, TT & DT gussets, an hour glass shaped integrated Campy spec HT, 4mm thick heat-treated dropouts that clear hub guards and pegs of all sizes, S-bend CS for bigger tire clearance, and removable brake mounts.

TT: 20.5", 21"
CS: 12.75"-13.25"
HT: 75.25°
ST: 71°
BBH: 11.7"
Stand Over: 9.25"

WeThePeople - Pathfinder
Price: $351.99
Weight: 5.2lbs. (21")
Colors: Translucent Root Beer, rustproof ED black
According to WTP, "The Pathfinder frame uses 'new school street inspired' responsive geometry with a ground breaking new offset thickness chain stay and bottom bracket shell, to strengthen the frame in areas susceptible to grind damage." Simply put, when it comes to the next generation of tech street wizards, Felix Prangenberg is one of the riders at the front of the pack, and this is his frame. Features include a taller 127mm HT to reduce the need for spacers, super steep 76 degree HT (whoa!), offset thickness BB shell and extruded offset thickness CS to reduce denting and grind damage, wider rear triangle allows clearance for a 2.5 ” tire, and unique dropout shape to work perfectly with plastic pegs and hub guards when the rear wheel is slammed. Lifetime guarantee.

TT: 20.75″ or 21″
CS: 12.95″ – 13.5″
HT: 76°
ST: 71°
BBH: 11.7"
Stand Over: 9.35"

BSD – ALVX
Weight: 5lbs.
Colors: Minted, Purple Haze, matt black
Alex Donnachie is the God of tech street riding and the ALVX is his frame. Although you're definitely not guaranteed God-like street riding abilities, what you most certainly will get with the ALVX is one of the shortest rear-ends available on any 20" frame at a slam-able 12.5". Other features include new chain tensioners, up to 2.4" tire clearance, curved ends on stays for peg clearance, external gussets, and heat-treated dropouts, BB and HT.

TT: 20.3", 20.6", 20.8", 21"
CS: 12.5" - 13"
HT: 75.5°
ST: 71°
BBH: 11.7"
Stand Over: 8.7"

Cult - 2 Short
Price: $349.99
Weight: 5lbs. 3 oz.
Colors: Black
As the name implies, unless you're looking for a super responsive frame, then this may be too short for you. Cult didn't cut any corners with this quick and nimble brakeless frame and the features include revised 100% Cult classic tubing, TT & DT gussets, integrated HT, externally machined Mid BB shell, investment cast seatpost clamp and SS bridge, S-bend CS with room for 2.4" tires, tapered SS, and 5mm thick heat-treated dropouts.

TT: 20", 20.5", 20.75", 21", 21.25
CS: 12.5"- 12.8"
HT: 75.5°
ST: 70°
BBH: 11.7"
Stand Over: 8.65"

FBM – Hardway
Weight: 5lbs.
Colors: Gloss black, clear, trans red
The Hardway is FBM's American made full chromoly brakeless street machine with a steep HT, short rear end, clearance for wide 2.4″ tires, heat-treated 3/16″ thick 4130 chromoly dropouts for 14mm axles, externally machined integrated HT, double butted TT & DT, 3D laser cut gussets, internally machined Mid BB, integrated seat post clamp, and tapered SS & CS.

TT: 20.5″, 20.75″, 21″, 21.25″
CS: 13″ (slammed)
HT: 75.5°
ST: 71°
BBH: 11.88"
Stand Over: 9"

Subrosa - Om
Price: $299.99
Weight:
4.8 lbs. (20.5″)
Colors: Gloss teal, black
A few specifics for Joris Coulomb‘s signature frame include a 11.7″ BB height for clearance, 12.9″ slammed rear end, and a taller 125mm HT. Beyond that, the goal was to keep the price of this frame more affordable by removing "expensive flare" including welded on CS & SS caps and excluding an integrated seat clamp. Features include 4130 chromoly, double butted TT, double butted DT, TT and DT gussets with Subrosa logo, S-Bend CS, Deathproof laser cut 6mm dropouts, CS and ST flattened at drops to accept hub guards. Brake mounts and seat clamp not included.

TT: 20.5″, 20.75″, 21″
CS: 12.9″ (slammed)
HT: 75°
ST: 71°
BBH: 11 7"
Stand Over: 9"