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Wildcat Mini BMXs are chunky, fully spec'ed mini versions of a 20” BMX bike. For ages 4 - 40+, boasting the strongest weight rating and best warranty available Wildcat Mini BMXs are specially designed for both kids and adult sized abuse! Wildcat focuses on top quality parts and design, and build the bikes to last using the best available components and materials.

Wildcat Mini BMXs feature a sealed 9 tooth cassette hub for fast, precise, and loud engagement. This cassette is ONLY available on Wildcat MiniBMXs. The frame is a more generous size - no matter how short or tall you are, you shouldn’t feel uncomfortable. Also featuring reduced fork clearance for easier foot jams, tapered stays, an angled seat clamp and micro drop outs for a super clean looking back end.

We've got your back!
With 12 months warranty on components and a Ltd Lifetime warranty on the frame, you can shred with peace of mind; unlike other, cheaper brands, Wildcat provides the backup and spare parts you need to ensure you get the most out of your investment. Wildcat is also the only Mini BMX manufacturer to develop specialised brake systems because we want you and your kids to be safe while having a good time.

Wildcat continues to develop and innovate the sport at the top level. For more information check out the range.  

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Reinventing the Wheel

Reinventing the Wheel

Wildcat’s R&D team is relentless in their quest to design and build the best... with the release of the new fangled Turbo wheel lets take a look back at how the MiniBMX wheel has evolved over the last eight years, and why the new design is truly next level.
July 15, 2019 by Matt Hishon
MiniBMX: a not-so-short history

MiniBMX: a not-so-short history

By now you've probably seen them flying around your local skatepark or BMX track - Wildcat, Fatboy, Venom, Rocker, R4, just some of the brands in existence today... so just where did these crazy little bikes come from? We thought it was time to dive a little deeper and pay homage to the real pioneers of MiniBMX, as well as shine a spotlight on Wildcat’s foundation as a true OG in the MiniBMX movement.
March 03, 2019 by Matt Hishon