Progressive riders need to right equipment to push limits, throw new tricks, and advance their skills. P. bikes deliver with high integrity and high value options for hard, fast, and aggressive riding from the grom to the seasoned pro.
WHAT Frames constructed of Reynolds 520
Cr-Mo tubing (found on the P.20, P.24,
P.1, and P.2).
WHY Creates strong, durable, and high integrity
frames where many competitors will still
use heavy plain gauge tubing (cheap to
make, but much heavier!).
HOW As a material, Cr-Mo is stronger and harder
than standard steel, giving our P. frames the
extra fatigue life and abrasion-resistance
needed to withstand aggressive riding.
Integrated Headset/MID BB
WHAT The headset bearings drop directly into the
frame, and the bottom bracket bearings are
pressed directly into the frame (for chain
compatibility, the P.3 doesn’t have MID BB).
WHY The cartridge bearings in the head tube
create a lighter, more durable, and higher
quality setup that stacks lower. And the
large BB bearings are stronger and
HOW The head tube and BB shell are precision
machined to accept sealed cartridge
bearings. This process costs more, but
yields a higher quality build.
WHAT New lightweight but durable components
spec’d in key areas to better match the P.
WHY Big and versatile tires don’t discriminate
between asphalt or dirt, but offer grip on
any surface. Plastic pedals give riders grip
without shredding their shins like alloy,
and since shaving weight means a more
maneuverable bike, we’ve replaced all
saddles and posts with super light onepiece
combos. Our durable taper blade
forks, cranks, BBs, and wheels take the
abuse of hard riding without failure.
HOW We don’t just read about bikes on the
internet, we go out and rip with the riders—
so we can make better bikes that are more
fun to ride.
Micro Drive Gearing
WHAT Compact, BMX-inspired gearing specially
designed for park/dirt/street.
WHY Gives the bike extra clearance and a
lighter weight drivetrain that’s more
resistant to bending.
HOW Smaller is lighter, stronger, and doesn’t get
in the way.