2020 Fit Series One Review


The 2020 Series One is an entry level designed for new bmx riders. This bike has some chromoly parts that make it stronger than a cheap hi-tensile bike. Series One comes in 5 different colors and a number of size options.

Highlights

  • Multiple Frame Sizes
  • Chromoly Front Triangle
  • Sick Colors
series one gunmetal color
series one black
series one trans gold
series one gloss clear
series one trans teal

2020 Fit Series One Overview

Fit’s entry-level 20″ BMX, the Series One, is far from basic. A chromoly top tube and down tube offer strength and durability while keeping the weight low. Responsive geometry is ideal for the modern rider, and with a choice of top tube lengths and fantastic colorways, the Series One has something for everyone! 

from: Sourcebmx

2020 Fit Series One Specs

Retail $359.95 on sourcebmx

Colors

Specs

FRAME MATERIAL: Chromoly Top Tube & Down Tube
WHEEL SIZE: 20″
TOP TUBE LENGTH: 20-21″ – Learn what size is right for you here.
CHAIN STAY LENGTH: 13.11″
HEADTUBE ANGLE: 75.5°
SEAT TUBE ANGLE: 71°
FORKS: Chromy Steerer Tube, 33mm Offset
BARS: 8.7” X 29” 2-PC
STEM: Fit Forged Top Load, 50mm
HEADSET: 1 1/8 A-Headset
BRAKE MOUNTS: Welded 990 Mounts
BRAKES: 990 U-Brake
FRONT HUB: Unsealed
FRONT RIM: Fit S1W 36H Single Wall
REAR HUB: 14mm Cassette RHD
REAR RIM: Fit S1W 36H Single Wall
TYRES: Fit OEM 2.4″
SPROCKET: Fit Key 25T
CRANKS: Tubular Chromoly 160-170mm RHD
BB: Mid – Sealed Bearing
PEDALS: Wellgo Nylon
SEAT: Seat/Post Combo
GEARING: 25/9
WEIGHT: 25.8 lbs
how it stacks up

2020 Fit Series One Price

$360 is one of the lowest prices for a bmx bike. This bike has a chromoly top tube and a chromoly down tube, which makes it a little stronger than most entry level bikes.

2020 Fit Series One Quality

It is a pretty low quality bike, that’s designed for beginers. It’s perfect for anyone who wants to learn bmx. It has various top tube lengths that will work for people all size.

Highlights

Lots of options

There are a ton of different colors and multiple TT sizes. I like that Fit did this because it really appeals to the younger people who will be getting into bmx.

Lowlights

Single wall rims

I remember when I had my first entry level bike. I was trying tailwhips and I had no idea what I was doing. Anyway, the rim turned into a taco. It was ruined haha.

Buy if you are learning:

  • Airs
  • 180
  • Tire Taps
  • Foot Jams
  • double pegs
  • feebles
  • pull up barspins

Don’t buy if you are learning:

  • tail-whips
  • big stair-sets
  • huge gaps
  • 360
  • Flips

Conclusion 🤩

Perfect bike for the person who is just starting out in bmx. It has enough quality for a beginner at a good price. Plan on buying better parts if you want to move up with your skills.

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