It’s that time of the year when you can start building that list of wants or needs you would like to get as gifts for the holidays. The crew over at Source BMX are fully stocked up and ready to help get your bike dialed in with the latest and greatest from all the best BMX brands around the world. They have over 100 different BMX frames to choose from, but here’s a look at just a handful that you might want to consider!

FIT – BRANDON BEGIN SCUMBAG 7

Fit Bike Co Brandon Begin Scubmbag 7 frame
Fit Bike Co Brandon Begin Scubmbag 7 frame
If you’re looking for a street frame that’s made for taking some heavy abuse, the Brandon Begin signature Scumbag frame from Fit Bike Co. is a great place to start. Made in the U.S.A from vari-wall THERMLX 4130 chromoly tubing, the frame has a steeper head tube angle and a shorter back end to help give you more nose balance, faster spins and plenty of grind control.

Headtube angle: 75.3°
Seat tube angle: 71°
Bottom Bracket height: 11.8″
Standover Height: 9″
Chainstay length: 12.7″-13.1″
Dropout size: 14mm
Headset type: Integrated
Bottom Bracket Type: Mid
Brake Mounts: Removable (Sold Separately)
Gyro Tabs: N/A
Weight: 4.95lbs

The Scumbag 7 frame from Fit Bike Co. is available in Ron Burgundy and Lee Roy Brown for $354.99! Pick yourself one up on Source BMX!

FEDERAL – DAN LACEY DLX

Federal Bikes Dan Lacey DLX Frame
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Federal Bikes Dan Lacey DLX Frame
Federal Bikes Dan Lacey DLX Frame
When it comes to burly street riding, you know Dan Lacey is sending some of the biggest 360’s down massive stair sets and putting his pegs on some huge rails. There’s no doubt that his signature DLX frame from Federal Bikes is one you can count on when you’re eyeing up a heavy one. This frame, made from full 4130 chromoly tubing with a steeper 75.5-degree head tube angle, and a slightly longer back end that goes out to 14.25″ if you want a little more stability when you’re going the distance. This frame also has a bunch of great features like integrated chain tensioners, an investment cast seatpost clamp and optional removable brake mounts if you feel like throwing the stoppers on.

Top Tube Lengths: 20.5″, 20.75″ and 21″
Headtube angle: 75.5°
Seat tube angle: 71°
Bottom Bracket height: 11.8″
Standover Height: 9″
Rear end length: 13.75″-14.25″
Dropout size: 14mm
Headset type: Integrated
Bottom Bracket Type: Mid
Brake Mounts: Removable (Not included)
Gyro Tabs: Removable
Weight: 5.3lbs

The DLX frame is available in matte black, translucent blue, raw and matte pastel blue for $249.99 – $309.99 depending on color over on Source BMX!

GT – BRIAN KACHINSKY GLOBETROTTER
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Brian Kachinsky's signature GT Globetrotter frame is an all-around freestyle machine. Featuring a slightly steeper headtube and a happy medium rear-end length, the Globetrotter has just the right geometry to get super tech in the streets while still feeling comfortable in the air whether gapping to second stage rail or flowing through the trails. It's no wonder the entire GT BMX freestyle team from Albert Mercado to Leandro Moreira all ride the Globetrotter. Geometry aside, features include double gussets, butted top & seat tube, straight gauge downtube, ultra-tapered chain & seat stays, and CNC dropouts with tensioners.

Top Tube Lengths: 20.75", 21"
Headtube angle: 75.5°
Seat tube angle: 71°
Bottom Bracket height: 11.77″
Standover Height: 9.1″
Rear end length: 13.3-13.625"
Dropout size: 14mm
Headset type: Integrated
Bottom Bracket Type: Mid
Brake Mounts: Removable
Gyro Tabs: Removable
Weight: 5.2 lbs

You can pick up the Globetrotter in Trans Copper and Trans Yellow for $309.95 here. 

KINK – SEAN SEXTON SXTN

Kink BMX Sexton SXTN Frame BMX
Kink BMX Sexton SXTN Frame BMX
Kink BMX Sexton SXTN Frame BMX
When Sean Sexton rolls up to a spot or a park, you know he’s going to bring plenty of big moves and plenty of style! When it comes to his signature SXTN frame from Kink, you’re getting a frame that can be put to work on everything from the streets to transitions. The SXTN is made from 100% seamless Sanko 4130 chromoly tubing with a 75-degree head tube angle and a balanced 13.65″-13.95″ chainstay length. Add in a gusset on the down tube, a wide rear end for bigger 2.40″ tires and Investment Cast hollow dropouts with integrated chain tensioners, and you have a frame that won’t disappoint.

Top Tube Lengths: 20.5″, 20.85″ and 21″
Headtube angle: 75°
Seat tube angle: 71°
Bottom Bracket height: 11.75″
Standover Height: 8.5″
Rear end length: 13.65″-13.95″
Dropout size: 14mm
Headset type: Integrated
BB Type: Mid
Brake Mounts: Removable EBS
Gyro Tabs: Removable
Weight: 4.87lbs

The SXTN frame from Kink is available in Black, Raw / Black Pepper and Translucent Berg Blue for $319.99 on Source BMX

SUNDAY BIKES – NIGHTSHIFT

Sunday Bikes Nightshift Frame Emerald Green
Sunday Bikes Nightshift Frame Black
If you’re looking for a frame that comes with heat-treating and a Lifetime Warranty, then you’re going to want to look at Sunday Bikes new Nightshift frame. Designed with street riding in mind with the steeper head tube angle and shorter back end, this frame has Sunday’s 41-Thermal processed heat-treating that gives it a lifetime warranty that covers bending, cracking and breaking that is not many frames will offer. The frame also features post-weld machining on the Mid bottom bracket and integrated head tubes, a Black Magic anti-rust coating and hollow 8mm wide dropouts with integrated chain tensioners. This frame will be able to hold up to everything you can throw at it.

Top Tube Lengths: 20.75″, 21″, and 21.25″
Head Tube Angle: 75.25°
Seat Tube Angle: 71°
Bottom Bracket Height: 11.625"
Standover: 9"
Chainstay Length: 13″-13.25"
Tire Clearance: 2.4"
Head Tube Height: 5"
Weight: 5 lbs

The Nightshift is available in Black Magic and Erik Elstran signature Emerald Green on Source BMX and for $389.99 on the Sunday webstore, and through all BMX shops and mail-orders that carry Sunday Bikes worldwide.

S&M – CREDENCE MOD

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S&M Bikes Credence MOD frame
If you’re more into trails and transitions, then the Matty Aquizap and James P. Nutter signature Credence MOD frame from S&M Bikes is a frame you’ll want to get a closer look at. Made in the U.S.A from Super-Therm True Temper 4130 chromoly with a mellower head tube angle, a longer back end and a handful of longer top tube lengths makes it perfect for riding trails and roasting cement bowls.

Top Tube Lengths: 20.75″, 21″, 21.25″ 21.5″
Headtube angle: 74.5°
Seat Tube angle: 71°
Bottom Bracket height: 11.61″
Standover Height: 9″
Rear end length: 13.6″-14″
Dropout size: 14mm
Headset type: Integrated
Bottom Bracket Type: Mid
Brake Mounts: Removable
Gyro Tabs: No
Weight: 4.75lbs

The S&M Credence MOD frame is available in flat black and gloss clear for $354.99 on Source BMX!

STRANGER – CRUX V2

Stranger Crux V2 BMX frame
Stranger Crux V2 BMX frame
If you’re looking for a frame built for the streets, but you’re working on a tighter budget, the Crux V2 from Stranger is definitely one you’ll want to take a look at. Made from full 4130 chromoly without the extra bells and whistles like removable brake mounts (This frame is completely brakeless) to help keep costs down.

Top Tube Lengths: 20″, 20.5″, 20.75″ and 21″
Headtube Angle: 75.5°
Seat Tube Angle: 70°
Rear End Length: 12.8″-13.1″
Bottom Bracket Height: 11.5″
Standover Height: 9″
Dropout Size: 14mm
Headset Type: Integrated
Bottom Bracket Type: Mid
Brake Mounts: Brakeless
Gyro Tabs: N/A
Weight: 5.01lbs

The Crux V2 is available in matte black and matte raw for $249.99 – $259.99 on Source BMX

Wethepeople – Battleship

Wethepeople Battleship BMX Frame
Wethepeople Battleship BMX Frame
Wethepeople Battleship BMX Frame
Wethepeople Battleship BMX Frame
If you’re looking to go to war on the streets and you want something that you won’t have to worry about, the Battleship frame from Wethepeople is up for the challenge. This full 4130 chromoly frame has a steeper head tube and a shorter back end that makes it ideal for street, but also has features like hydroformed head tube gussets for some serious beef up front and 6mm thick laser cut and heat-treated dropouts in the back with enough tire clearance for a 2.5″ tire!

Top Tube Lengths: 20.5″, 20.75″ and 21″
Head Tube angle: 75.5°
Seat Tube angle: 71°
Rear end length: 12.7″-13.1″
Bottom Bracket height: 11.7″
Standover Height: 9″
Dropout size: 14mm
Headset type: Integrated
Bottom Bracket Type: Mid
Brake Mounts: Brakeless
Gyro Tabs: Brakeless
Weight: 5.2lbs

Available in Gloss black, Translucent Gold, Berry Blast and Tango Orange for $346.66 – $357.49 on Source BMX

BSD – Alex Donnachie ALVX V3

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BSD ALVX Alex Donnachie
BSD ALVX Alex Donnachie
If you’re looking to ride like an X Games BMX street gold medalist, maybe you’ll want to take a closer look at the Alex Donnachie signature ALVX V3 frame from BSD. This frame is geared toward the technical street rider with it’s steeper head tube angle and tight back end, with features like gussets on the top and down tubes for strength, an integrated seat post clamp and integrated chain tensioners with plenty of tire clearance. This is a brakeless frame, so no mounts on this one!

Top Tube Lengths: 20.3″, 20.6″, 20.8″ and 21″
Headtube angle: 75.5°
Seattube angle: 71°
Rear end length: 12.5″-13″
Bottom Bracket height: 11.7″
Standover Height: 8.7″
Dropout size: 14mm
Headset type: Integrated
Bottom Bracket Type: Mid
Brake Mounts: Brakeless
Gyro Tabs: Brakeless
Weight: 5lbs

The ALVX V3 is available in Mint, Purple Haze and Matte Black for $329.95 at Source BMX

Cult – Sean Ricany Shorty

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Cult Ricany Shorty
When it comes to street, Sean Ricany has been putting some serious hurting on spots with his Cult Shorty frame in his signature colorway. The Shorty rame is made from Cult Classic 4130 chromoly tubing with a steeper head tube and a shorter back end for a responsive frame that is built for the streets. Add in some gussets on the top and down tubes, a tapered top tube, a wrap around integrated seat post clamp and heat-treated dropouts, and you have a sturdy frame that’s going to stand up to whatever you can throw at it.

Top Tube Lengths: 20″, 20.5″, 20.75″, 21″ and 21.25″
Headtube angle: 75.5°
Seat tube angle: 70°
Rear end length: 13″-13.325
Bottom Bracket height: 11.7″
Standover Height: 8.75″
Dropout size: 14mm
Headset type: Integrated
Bottom Bracket Type: Mid
Brake Mounts: Removable
Gyro Tabs: No
Weight: 5.1lbs

The Ricany Shorty frame is available in translucent grey and a two tone grey and white combo for $349.99 at Source BMX!

Fiend – Garrett Reynolds V2

Fiend Reynolds V2 BMX
Fiend Reynolds V2 BMX
Fiend Reynolds V2 BMX
If it’s good enough for Garrett Reynolds, you better believe it’s built to perform. The 2nd version of the Reynolds frame from Fiend is made from fully heat-treated 4130 chromoly with an internal gusset inside the top tube and an external gusset on the down tube, double-butted tubing throughout, an integrated seat post clamp and integrated chain tensioners. This frame is available in a fully brakeless version or a version with removable seat stay brake mounts and guides.

Top Tube Lengths: 20.5″, 20.75″ and 21″
Headtube angle: 75.5°
Seat Tube angle: 71°
Rear end length: 13″-13.25″
Bottom Bracket height: 11.625″
Standover Height: 9″
Dropout size: 14mm
Headset type: Integrated
Bottom Bracket Type: Mid
Brake Mounts: Removable
Gyro Tabs: Removable
Weight: 4.74lbs

The Reynolds V2 frame is available in flat clear coat raw, flat translucent black and flat translucent green for $314.95 direct from Source BMX

Mutiny – Dylan Lewis Death Grip

Mutiny Death Grip
Mutiny Death Grip
If you’re looking for a frame to blast on, then the Dylan Lewis signature Death Grip frame from Mutiny Bikes is one to check out! Made from 100% 4130 Sanko chromoly tubing with a 420 baked heat-treated offset thickness, 125mm tall head tube and 6mm thick dropouts with integrated chain tensioners. The frame features a mellower head tube angle and a slightly longer back end than the street frames giving you a more balance ride that’ll keep you comfortable on trails and transitions. Add in a few longer top tube lengths, you’ll feel extra comfortable, especially if you’re a taller rider. If it can hold up to the madness Dylan is throwing down, you’ll have no problems!

Top Tube Lengths: 21″, 21.3″, 21.6″ and 21.8″
Headtube angle: 74.5°
Seat tube angle: 71°
Rear end length: 13.7″-14.2″
Bottom bracket height: 11.65″
Standover Height: 9.15″
Dropout size: 14mm
Headset type: Integrated
Bottom Bracket Type: Mid
Brake Mounts: Removable
Weight: 5.2lbs

The Death Grip frame is available in matte black and matte green for $346.66 on Source BMX now!

Subrosa – Joris Coulomb OM Frame

Subrosa OM Frame BMX
Subrosa OM Frame BMX
If you’re looking for a deal on a great frame, the Joris Coulomb signature OM frame from Subrosa is one to check out. This frame removes the extras to help keep the costs down, but still having all the features to ensure you get a frame that’ll hold up to the abuse you can bring it on the streets like gussets on the top and down tubes. The OM frame utilizes a 75-degree head tube angle and a shorter 12.9″ – 13.3″ chainstay length with a lower 11.7″ bottom bracket height that’ll give you plenty of control when it comes to technical riding.

Top Tube Lengths: 20.5″, 20.75″ and 21″
Headtube angle: 75°
Seat Tube angle: 71°
Rear end length: 12.9″-13.3″
Bottom Bracket height: 11.7″
Standover Height: 9″
Dropout size: 14mm
Headset type: Integrated
BB Type: Mid
Brake Mounts: Removable
Gyro Tabs: Removable
Weight: 4.8lbs

The OM frame is available in Gloss Black and Gloss teal with unique graphics inspired by Joris for for $289.99 on Source BMX!

Total BMX – Kyle Baldock Killabee K3

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Total BMX Baldock Killabee Frame
Total BMX Baldock Killabee Frame
We’ve taken a look at a lot of frames that are great for street and trails, but what about the ramp riders out there? Kyle Baldock‘s signature Killabee K3 frame from Total BMX is for you. Made from full 4130 chromoly, this frame has a steeper head tube angle and a shorter back end, but it also features a lower standover height and a lower bottom bracket height, ideal for technical combos with tailwhips, barspins, lip tricks and more. They’ve even made a short 19.75″ top tube length for the smaller rider. If you like to ride more than skateparks, just know Kyle is notorious for dropping hammers on dirt with this frame, so it can hold up to that as well. Add in a few special features like the metal head tube badge with Kyle’s Killabee logo, and you have a frame that’s worth getting a closer look at. They even include the brake mounts so you don’t have that extra expense!

Top tube lengths: 19.75″, 20.4″, 20.7″ and 21″
Headtube angle: 75.5°
Seat Tube angle: 71°
Rear end length: 12.75″-13.1″
Bottom Bracket height: 11.62″
Standover Height: 7.63″
Dropout size: 14mm
Headset type: Integrated
Bottom Bracket Type: Mid
Brake Mounts: Removable
Gyro Tabs: Removable
Weight: 4.62lbs

The Killabee K3 frame is available in Purple Clear Coat, Black Ice and chrome for $346.66 on Source BMX

United – Knightsbridge

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United BMX Knightsbridge frame BMX
For the Knightsbridge frame from United, Tyson Jones-Peni and Freddie Househam teamed up to design a frame that was geared specifically for the trails and transition riders out there that want a longer frame with a mellower front end and a longer back end. This frame, made from 4130 seamless Sanko chromoly tubing, has thickened tubing for extra strength, gussets on the top and down tubes, a wider bottom bracket, double s-bend chainstays and welded on chainstay brake mounts and guides. Add in a head tube badge or an extra nice touch.

Top Tube Lengths: 21.125" 21.375" 21.625"
Head Tube Angle: 74.4
Seat Tube Angle: 71
Chain Stay Length: 13.9"
Bottom Bracket Height: 11.5″
Standover Height: 9″

The Knightsbridge frame is available in Gloss Raw and Merlot for $283.33 on Source BMX now!

That’s a look at just a handful of frames that are worth taking a closer look at for this holiday season! You can learn more about each of the frames on Source BMX or by checking out each brands website. This is just the tip of the iceberg for frame options, so make sure you check out a ton more options right here!