SE racing BMX Bikes
On a bright autumn time in 1970, in a vacant lot in extended seashore, Ca, a new Scot Breithaupt organized the first-ever BMX race. At only 14 years old, he went on to produce the Bicycle United Motocross community (B.U.M.S.) and very quickly produced 1st California State Championships in 1972. From creating BMX paths and advertising races to developing BMX publications and handling battle teams, Scot played an integrated role in growing the activity.
In 1977, he founded Scot Enterprises, and soon after, SE Racing came to be. The STR-1, now-known since the Quadangle, ended up being the very first SE bike ever produced, accompanied by the alloy Floval tubing PK Ripper - originally known as the JU-6. At that time, Perry Kramer, the top rider regarding the SE team, insisted that a gusset be welded into the top pipe junction for energy. After the framework redesign had been finished, it became Perry's trademark cycle, the "PK Ripper, " & continued to become the essential legendary BMX bicycle of all time.
Fast ahead nearly 40 years & SE remains going powerful. We consistently create innovative, market-changing bikes, like the PK Ripper Elite XL, Gaudium, plus the Big Ripper. And never losing picture of your origins, our well-known retro line of bicycles combine classic old-school looks with modern geometry.